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This joint FAO and Intake publication is the first ever Global Report on the State of Dietary Data.  The purpose of the report is to take s

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Intake - Center for Dietary Assessment

This article provides important guidance related to the appropriate analysis and interpretation of quantitative 24-hour dietary recall data.

Sharon I Kirkpatrick, Patrician M Guenther, Amy F Subar, Susan M Krebs-Smith, Kirsten A Herrick, Laurence S Freedman, Kevin W Dodd

This Intake survey guidance document discusses key considerations related to the selection, assignment, and use of portion size estimation methods in a quantitative 24-hour dietary recall survey…

Vossenaar M, Lubowa A, Hotz C, Deitchler M, Moursi M, Arimond M, Crispim SP, Arsenault J

CSDietary is a software system developed by HarvestPlus and SerPro S.A.

HarvestPlus, SerPro S.A.

This paper describes a statistical method to estimate the ratio of usual intakes and derives its distribution from 24-hour dietary recall data.

Freedman LS, Guenther PM, Dodd KW, Krebs-Smith SM, Midthune D

This article details the use of the NCI method for the analysis of two Canadian dietary data sets, describing steps in model selection and the use of covariates and stratification in the model,…

Davis KA, Gonzalez A, Loukine L, Qiao C, Sadeghpour A, Vigneault M, Wang KC, Ibanez D

This review proposes an approach for harmonizing nutrient reference values of nutrient adequacy requirements and upper tolerable nutrient intake limits, across countries for use in dietary data…

Allen LH, Carriquiry AL, Murphy SP

This paper explores whether application of the Goldberg method for identifying outliers of self-reported energy intake lessens or removes bias when assessing the relationship of energy intake with…

Ejima K, Brown AW, Schoeller DA, Heymsfield SB, Nelson EJ, Allison DB

This paper shows how the concept of nutrient ratios can be expanded to macronutrients to reflect that dietary constituents such as proteins, carbohydrates, and saturated fats are not consumed in…

Kelly OJ, Gilman JC, Ilich JZ

This paper highlights methodological and statistical considerations relevant to measuring dietary outcomes within intervention studies using dietary recall data.

Kirkpatrick SI, Collins CE, Keogh RH, Krebs-Smith SM, Neuhouser ML, Wallace A