The relative validity of a short Dutch questionnaire as a means to categorize adults and adolescents to total and saturated fat intake.

@article{Assema2001TheRV,
  title={The relative validity of a short Dutch questionnaire as a means to categorize adults and adolescents to total and saturated fat intake.},
  author={Patricia van Assema and Johannes Brug and Gaby Ronda and Ingrid Hendrika Margaretha Steenhuis},
  journal={Journal of human nutrition and dietetics : the official journal of the British Dietetic Association},
  year={2001},
  volume={14 5},
  pages={377-90}
}
BACKGROUND To assess the relative validity of a short food frequency questionnaire, the Fat list, to be used in (the evaluation of) nutrition education programmes. METHODS Forty-five adults and 50 adolescents (12-18 years old) completed the Fat list at home, and subsequently kept diet records for seven subsequent days. RESULTS Pearson correlations of about 0.7 for adults and 0.6 for adolescents were observed between fat scores derived from the Fat list and total and saturated fat intake in… CONTINUE READING