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Relationship of high energy expenditure and variation in dietary intake with reporting accuracy on 7 day food records and diet histories in a group of healthy adult volunteers
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  • Janelle Barnard
  • Linda C Tapsell, University of Wollongong
  • Vanessa Brenniger
  • Leonard H Storlien
  • P S W Davies
RIS ID
7610
Publication Date
1-1-2002
Publication Details

Barnard, J., Tapsell, L. C., Brenniger, V., Storlien, L. H. & Davies, P. (2002). Relationship of high energy expenditure and variation in dietary intake with reporting accuracy on 7 day food records and diet histories in a group of healthy adult volunteers. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 56 358-367.

Abstract
OBJECTIVES: To assess the accuracy of reporting from both a diet history and food record and identify some of the characteristics of more accurate reporters in a group of healthy adult volunteers for an energy balance study. DESIGN: Prospective measurements in free-living people. SETTING: Wollongong, Australia. SUBJECTS: Fifteen healthy volunteers (seven male, eight female; aged 22-59 y; body mass index (BMI) 19-33 kg/m(2)) from the local community in the city of Wollongong, Australia. INTERVENTIONS: Measurement of energy intake via diet history interview and 7 day food records, total energy expenditure by the doubly labelled water technique over 14 days, physical activity by questionnaire, and body fat by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry. RESULTS: Increased misreporting of energy intake was associated with increased energy expenditure (r=0.90, P
Citation Information
Janelle Barnard, Linda C Tapsell, Vanessa Brenniger, Leonard H Storlien, et al.. "Relationship of high energy expenditure and variation in dietary intake with reporting accuracy on 7 day food records and diet histories in a group of healthy adult volunteers" (2002) p. 358 - 367
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