Relationships between micronutrient intake and biochemical indicators of nutrient adequacy in a "free-living' elderly UK population.

@article{Bailey1997RelationshipsBM,
  title={Relationships between micronutrient intake and biochemical indicators of nutrient adequacy in a "free-living' elderly UK population.},
  author={Arthur L. Bailey and S P Maisey and S. Southon and Anthony J. A. Wright and Paul M Finglas and Robert A Fulcher},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={1997},
  volume={77 2},
  pages={
          225-42
        }
}
Nutritional assessments are frequently based on amounts of nutrients consumed. In the present paper the usefulness of nutrient intake data for assessing nutrient adequacy is examined in an elderly British population. Subjects were "free-living' elderly aged 68-90 years (sixty men, eighty-five women) in Norwich. Forty-two of forty-nine surviving males and sixty-seven of seventy-nine surviving females were reassessed after 2 years. With few exceptions, estimated micronutrient intake was not… CONTINUE READING

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