Assessment of Nutrient Intakes

Assessment of Nutrient Intakes

Hardcover | February 3, 2017

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Accurately measuring consumption of foods, drinks and supplements is an important first step in estimating nutrient intakes. While it can be fraught with challenges, assessing dietary intake is a critical element of surveillance, epidemiological, clinical, and intervention research. This collection of papers demonstrates that dietary assessment research is a lively area of inquiry. Central themes include advances in the use of technologic innovation and biomarkers to enhance measures of diet, as well as assessment of dietary patterns and diet quality among populations.

Title:Assessment of Nutrient IntakesFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:478 pages, 9.61 X 6.69 X 1.44 inShipping dimensions:478 pages, 9.61 X 6.69 X 1.44 inPublished:February 3, 2017Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1) The Reliability and Validity of the Perceived Dietary Adherence Questionnaire for People with Type 2 Diabetes 2) Evaluation of the Relative Validity of the Short Diet Questionnaire for Assessing Usual Consumption Frequencies of Selected Nutrients and Foods 3) Validity of Two New Brief Instruments to Estimate Vegetable Intake in Adults 4) Fruit and Vegetable Intake Assessed by Food Frequency Questionnaire and Plasma Carotenoids: A Validation Study in Adults 5) Biochemical Validation of the Older Australian''s Food Frequency Questionnaire Using Carotenoids and Vitamin E 6) Feasibility and Use of the Mobile Food Record for Capturing Eating Occasions among Children Ages 3-10 Years in Guam 7) Evaluation of a Mobile Phone Image-Based Dietary Assessment Method in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes 8) A Novel Dietary Assessment Method to Measure a Healthy and Sustainable Diet Using the Mobile Food Record: Protocol and Methodology 9) Dietary Assessment on a Mobile Phone Using Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Techniques: Algorithm Design and System Prototyping 10) Development of a UK Online 24-h Dietary Assessment Tool: myfood24 11) Does an Adolescent''s Accuracy of Recall Improve with a Second 24-h Dietary Recall? 12) Urinary Sugars-A Biomarker of Total Sugars Intake 13) Metabolomics to Explore Impact of Dairy Intake 14) Cross-Continental Comparison of National Food Consumption Survey Methods- A Narrative Review 15) Comparison of the ISU, NCI, MSM, and SPADE Methods for Estimating Usual Intake: A Simulation Study of Nutrients Consumed Daily 16) Folate and Nutrients Involved in the 1-Carbon Cycle in the Pretreatment of Patients for Colorectal Cancer 17) Assessment of Pre-Pregnancy Dietary Intake with a Food Frequency Questionnaire in Alberta Women 18) Estimated Daily Intake and Seasonal Food Sources of Quercetin in Japan 19) Evaluation of Riboflavin Intakes and Status of 20-64-Year-Old Adults in South Korea 20) Suboptimal Micronutrient Intake among Children in Europe 21) Cod Liver Oil Supplement Consumption and Health: Cross-sectional Results from the EPIC-Norfolk Cohort Study 22) Nutritional Adequacy of Dietary Intake in Women with Anorexia Nervosa 23) The Contribution of Fortified Ready-to-Eat Cereal to Vitamin and Mineral Intake in the U.S. Population, NHANES 2007-2010 24) Role of Dietary Pattern Analysis in Determining Cognitive Status in Elderly Australian Adults 25) The Comparative Validity and Reproducibility of a Diet Quality Index for Adults: The Australian Recommended Food Score 26) Using Short Dietary Questions to Develop Indicators of Dietary Behaviour for Use in Surveys Exploring Attitudinal and/or Behavioural Aspects of Dietary Choices 27) Do Overweight Adolescents Adhere to Dietary Intervention Messages? Twelve-Month Detailed Dietary Outcomes from Curtin University''s Activity, Food and Attitudes Program