Subjective food intake ability in relation to maximal bite force among Korean adults.

@article{Kim2009SubjectiveFI,
  title={Subjective food intake ability in relation to maximal bite force among Korean adults.},
  author={B I Kim and Soi Jeong and K H Chung and Yu Kyung Cho and Ho Keun Kwon and Chang Hwan Choi},
  journal={Journal of oral rehabilitation},
  year={2009},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={168-75}
}
This study examined the relationship between the subjective food intake of 30 food types and their objective bite force to identify the key food items within the 30 food types to achieve a greater depth of masticatory function in Korean adults. A sample of 308 (112 males and 196 females) adults over the age of 20 (average age, 48.6) was selected among patients who visited four dental hospitals in Seoul, Korea. The subjective masticatory ability was evaluated through an interview with food… CONTINUE READING

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