Validation of self-reported folic acid use in a multiethnic population: results of the Amsterdam Born Children and their Development study.

@article{Sikkens2011ValidationOS,
  title={Validation of self-reported folic acid use in a multiethnic population: results of the Amsterdam Born Children and their Development study.},
  author={Jonne J. Sikkens and Manon van Eijsden and Gouke. J. Bonsel and Martina C Cornel},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={14 11},
  pages={2022-8}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess folic acid supplementation rates and validate the self-reporting of folic acid supplement use among pregnant women in a multiethnic cohort. DESIGN Secondary analysis of a prospective cohort study. SETTING Self-reported folic acid supplement use in the Amsterdam Born Children and their Development study cohort was compared with serum folate concentrations using non-parametric trend analysis and linear and logistic regression. SUBJECTS A total of 4234 pregnant women of… CONTINUE READING

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