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This paper reviews potential sources of both random and systematic errors during the process of data collection using self-reported 24HDR in LIC settings.

2017
Gibson RS , Charrondiere UR, Bell W

This paper describes the steps that need to be considered to validate food photographs when estimating the amount of food consumed.

1998
Nelson M, Haraldsdottir J

This paper reports best practice guidelines to be followed in order to choose the most appropriate dietary assessment tool.

2017
Cade JE, Warthon-Medina M, Albar S, Alwan NA, Ness A, Roe M, Wark PA, Greathead K, Burley VJ, Finglas P, Johnson L, Page P, Roberts K, Steer T, Hooson J, Greenwood DC, Robinson S

This paper describes the methodology that was used in the context of a randomized controlled trial to implement repeated standardized 24HDRs among women from 4 different countries.

2017
Lander RL, Hambidge KM, Krebs NF, Westcott JE, Carces A, Figueroa L, Tejeda G, Lokangaka A, Diba TS, Somannavar MS, Honnayya R, Ali SA, Khan US, McClure EM, Thorsten VR, Stoka KB

This guidance document describes the steps to be followed to adapt an existing dietary intake tool to collect information on biodiverse foods, and also provides recommendations for the development…

2017
FAO, Bioversity International

This FAO publication provides guidance to help assess what type of data collection method is best suited to meet a given objective of a diet-related survey.

2018
FAO

This IZiNCG technical brief describes various data collection tools and methods, and analysis approaches and software to assess dietary zinc intake in populations.

2018
IZiNCG

This WHO fact sheet provides recommendations for a healthy diet.

2018
WHO

This paper describes a two-part statistical model that uses information from two 24-hour recalls to estimate the usual intake distribution of episodically consumed foods; the method allows for…

2006
Tooze JA, Midthune D, Dodd KW, Freedman LS, Krebs-Smith SM, Subar AF, Guenther PM, Carroll RJ, Kipnis V

This brief describes five main steps to assessing the adequacy of zinc intake in a population. The document includes IZiNCG guidance on Estimated Average Requirements (EAR) for zinc.

2007
IZiNCG