Two non-consecutive 24 h recalls using EPIC-Soft software are sufficiently valid for comparing protein and potassium intake between five European centres--results from the European Food Consumption Validation (EFCOVAL) study.

@article{Crispim2011TwoN2,
  title={Two non-consecutive 24 h recalls using EPIC-Soft software are sufficiently valid for comparing protein and potassium intake between five European centres--results from the European Food Consumption Validation (EFCOVAL) study.},
  author={Sandra Patricia Crispim and Jeanne H. M. de Vries and Anouk Geelen and Olga W. Souverein and Paul Hulshof and Lionel Lafay and Anne-Sophie Rousseau and Inger Therese Laugsand Lillegaard and Lene Frost Andersen and Inge Huybrechts and Willem De Keyzer and Jiř{\'i} Ruprich and Marcela Dofkov{\'a} and Marga C Ock{\'e} and Evelien J de Boer and Nadia Slimani and Pieter van’t Veer},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={105 3},
  pages={
          447-58
        }
}
The use of two non-consecutive 24 h recalls using EPIC-Soft for standardised dietary monitoring in European countries has previously been proposed in the European Food Consumption Survey Method consortium. Whether this methodology is sufficiently valid to assess nutrient intake in a comparable way, among populations with different food patterns in Europe, is the subject of study in the European Food Consumption Validation consortium. The objective of the study was to compare the validity of… CONTINUE READING

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