The Malmö Food Study: validity of two dietary assessment methods for measuring nutrient intake.

@article{Riboli1997TheMF,
  title={The Malm{\"o} Food Study: validity of two dietary assessment methods for measuring nutrient intake.},
  author={Elio Riboli and S{\"o}lve Elmst{\aa}hl and Rodolfo Saracci and Bo Gullberg and Folke Lindg{\"a}rde},
  journal={International journal of epidemiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={26 Suppl 1},
  pages={S161-73}
}
BACKGROUND Nutritional epidemiology relies largely on dietary assessment methods for the estimation of the "exposure' variables which may be related to disease risk. METHODS This paper describes a methodological study conducted in Malmö, Sweden, to compare nutrient intake--estimated by two alternative dietary assessment methods--with a reference method consisting of 18 days of weighed food records. The two candidate methods were an extensive food frequency questionnaire with portion size to… CONTINUE READING

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