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    1. Goldberg, LR; Strycker, LA
      Personality traits and eating habits: the assessment of food preferences in a large community sample

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    2. Van Erp-Baart, MAJ; Westenbrink, S; Hulshof, KFAM; Brussaard, JH
      Assessment of dietary intake among Moroccan women and Surinam men

      ETHNICITY & HEALTH
    3. Hakim, IA; Hartz, V; Harris, RB; Balentine, D; Weisgerber, UM; Graver, E; Whitacre, R; Alberts, D
      Reproducibility and relative validity of a questionnaire to assess intake of black tea polyphenols in epidemiological studies

      CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY BIOMARKERS & PREVENTION
    4. Tsubono, Y; Sasaki, S; Kobayashi, M; Akabane, M; Tsugane, S
      Food composition and empirical weight methods in predicting nutrient intakes from food frequency questionnaire

      ANNALS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    5. Rasmussen, LB; Ovesen, L; Bulow, I; Jorgensen, T; Knudsen, N; Laurberg, P; Perrild, H
      Evaluation of a semi-quantitative food frequency questionnaire to estimateiodine intake

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    6. Lanigan, JA; Wells, JCK; Lawson, MS; Lucas, A
      Validation of food diary method for assessment of dietary energy and macronutrient intake in infants and children aged 6-24 months

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    7. van Assema, P; Brug, J; Ronda, G; Steenhuis, I
      The relative validity of a short Dutch questionnaire as a means to categorize adults and adolescents to total and saturated fat intake

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS
    8. Hernandez, T
      Asian Assist: A bilingual dietary assessment program for Chinese Americans

      JOURNAL OF FOOD COMPOSITION AND ANALYSIS
    9. Pennington, JAT
      Use of the core food model to estimate mineral intakes part 1. Selection of US core foods

      JOURNAL OF FOOD COMPOSITION AND ANALYSIS
    10. Schakel, SF
      Maintaining a nutrient database in a changing marketplace: Keeping pace with changing food products - A research perspective

      JOURNAL OF FOOD COMPOSITION AND ANALYSIS
    11. Carter, LM; Whiting, SJ; Drinkwater, DT; Zello, GA; Faulkner, RA; Bailey, DA
      Self-reported calcium intake and bone mineral content in children and adolescents

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF NUTRITION
    12. Shahar, DR; Yerushalmi, N; Lubin, F; Froom, P; Shahar, A; Kristal-Boneh, E
      Seasonal variations in dietary intake affect the consistency of dietary assessment

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    13. Ogle, BM; Dung, NNX; Do, TT; Hambraeus, L
      The contribution of wild vegetables to micronutrient intakes among women: An example from the Mekong Delta, Vietnam

      ECOLOGY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION
    14. Iwaoka, H; Yoshiike, N; Date, C; Shimada, T; Tanaka, H
      A validation study on a method to estimate nutrient intake by family members through a household-based food-weighing survey

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE AND VITAMINOLOGY
    15. Rosetta, L; Fraga, ECD; Mascie-Taylor, CGN
      Relationship between self-reported food and fluid intake and menstrual disturbance in female recreational runners

      ANNALS OF HUMAN BIOLOGY
    16. Meirelles, CD; da Veiga, GV; Soares, ED
      Nutritional status of vegetarian and omnivorous adolescent girls

      NUTRITION RESEARCH
    17. Schroder, H; Covas, MI; Marrugat, J; Vila, J; Pena, A; Alcantara, M; Masia, R
      Use of a three-day estimated food record, a 72-hour recall and a food-frequency questionnaire for dietary assessment in a Mediterranean Spanish population

      CLINICAL NUTRITION
    18. Tsubono, Y; Ogawa, K; Watanabe, Y; Nishino, Y; Tsuji, I; Watanabe, T; Nakatsuka, H; Takahashi, N; Kawamura, M; Hisamichi, S
      Food frequency questionnaire as a screening test

      NUTRITION AND CANCER-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
    19. Neuhouser, ML; Rock, CL; Eldridge, AL; Kristal, AR; Patterson, RE; Cooper, DA; Neumark-Sztainer, D; Cheskin, LJ; Thornquist, MD
      Serum concentrations of retinol, alpha-tocopherol and the carotenoids are influenced by diet, race and obesity in a sample of healthy adolescents

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    20. Krebs-Smith, SM; Kantor, LS
      Choose a variety of fruits and vegetables daily: Understanding the complexities

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    21. Krebs-Smith, SM
      Choose beverages and foods to moderate your intake of sugars: Measurement requires quantification

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    22. Heimbach, JT
      Using the national nutrition monitoring system to profile dietary supplement use

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    23. Goris, AHC; Meijer, EP; Westerterp, KR
      Repeated measurement of habitual food intake increases under-reporting andinduces selective under-reporting

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    24. Erkkola, M; Karppinen, M; Javanainen, J; Rasanen, L; Knip, M; Virtanen, SM
      Validity and reproducibility of a food frequency questionnaire for pregnant Finnish women

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    25. Kipnis, V; Midthune, D; Freedman, LS; Bingham, S; Schatzkin, A; Subar, A; Carroll, RJ
      Empirical evidence of correlated biases in dietary assessment instruments and its implications

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    26. Liu, SM; Manson, JE; Stampfer, MJ; Holmes, MD; Hu, FB; Hankinson, SE; Willett, WC
      Dietary glycemic load assessed by food-frequency questionnaire in relationto plasma high-density-lipoprotein cholesterol and fasting plasma triacylglycerols in postmenopausal women

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    27. Garcia-Roves, PM; Terrados, N; Fernandez, S; Patterson, AM
      Comparison of dietary intake and eating behavior of professional road cyclists during training and competition

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT NUTRITION AND EXERCISE METABOLISM
    28. Resnicow, K; Yaroch, AL; Davis, A; Wang, DQT; Carter, S; Slaughter, L; Coleman, D; Baranowski, T
      Go girls!: Results from a nutrition and physical activity program for low-income, overweight African American adolescent females

      HEALTH EDUCATION & BEHAVIOR
    29. Fisher, JO; Johnson, RK; Lindquist, C; Birch, LL; Goran, MI
      Influence of body composition on the accuracy of reported energy intake inchildren

      OBESITY RESEARCH
    30. Lindquist, CH; Cummings, T; Goran, MI
      Use of tape-recorded food records in assessing children's dietary intake

      OBESITY RESEARCH
    31. Little, P; Barnett, J; Kinmonth, AL; Margetts, B; Gabbay, J; Thompson, R; Warm, D; Wooton, S
      Can dietary assessment in general practice target patients with unhealthy diets?

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE
    32. Heath, ALM; Skeaff, CM; Gibson, RS
      The relative validity of a computerized food frequency questionnaire for estimating intake of dietary iron and its absorption modifiers

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    33. Krebs-Smith, SM; Graubard, BI; Kahle, LL; Subar, AF; Cleveland, LE; Ballard-Barbash, R
      Low energy reporters vs others: a comparison of reported food intakes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    34. Venter, CS; MacIntyre, UE; Vorster, HH
      The development and testing of a food portion photograph book for use in an African population

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS
    35. Fregapane, G; Asensio-Garcia, C
      Dietary assessment of an educated young Spanish population using a self-administered meal-based food frequency questionnaire

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    36. Garcia, RA; Taren, D; Teufel, NI
      Factors associated with the reproducibility of specific food items from the southwest food frequency questionnaire

      ECOLOGY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION
    37. Sasaki, S; Ushio, F; Amano, K; Morihara, M; Todoriki, T; Uehara, Y; Toyooka, T
      Serum biomarker-based validation of a self-administered diet history questionnaire for Japanese subjects

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE AND VITAMINOLOGY
    38. Robinson, PG; Bhavnani, V; Khan, FA; Newton, T; Pitt, J; Thorogood, N; Gelbier, S; Gibbons, D
      Dental caries and treatment experience of adults from minority ethnic communities living in the South Thames Region, UK

      COMMUNITY DENTAL HEALTH
    39. Lee, MM; Lin, SS
      Dietary fat and breast cancer

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NUTRITION
    40. Vitolins, MZ; Rand, CS; Rapp, SR; Ribisl, PM; Sevick, MA
      Measuring adherence to behavioral and medical interventions

      CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIALS
    41. Toobert, DJ; Hampson, SE; Glasgow, RE
      The summary of diabetes self-care activities measure - Results from 7 studies and a revised scale

      DIABETES CARE
    42. Keyserling, TC; Ammerman, AS; Samuel-Hodge, CD; Ingram, AF; Skelly, AH; Elasy, TA; Johnston, LF; Cole, AS; Henriquez-Roldan, CF
      A diabetes management program for African American women with type 2 diabetes

      DIABETES EDUCATOR
    43. Caldas, ED; de Souza, LCKR
      Chronic dietary risk assessment for pesticide residues in Brazilian food

      REVISTA DE SAUDE PUBLICA
    44. Kaczkowski, CH; Jones, PJH; Feng, JY; Bayley, HS
      Four-day multimedia diet records underestimate energy needs in middle-agedand elderly women as determined by doubly-labeled water

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    45. Kaczkowski, CH; Jones, PJH; Feng, JY; Bayley, HS
      Canadian recommendations underestimate energy needs of women over fifty years as determined by doubly-labelled water

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    46. Goris, AHC; Westerterp, KR
      Improved reporting of habitual food intake after confrontation with earlier results on food reporting

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    47. Bathalon, GP; Tucker, KL; Hays, NP; Vinken, AG; Greenberg, AS; McCrory, MA; Roberts, SB
      Psychological measures of eating behavior and the accuracy of 3 common dietary assessment methods in healthy postmenopausal women

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    48. Schaefer, EJ; Augustin, JL; Schaefer, MM; Rasmussen, H; Ordovas, JM; Dallal, GE; Dwyer, JT
      Lack of efficacy of a food-frequency questionnaire in assessing dietary macronutrient intakes in subjects consuming diets of known composition

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    49. Yaroch, AL; Resnicow, K; Davis, M; Davis, A; Smith, M; Khan, LK
      Development of a modified picture-sort food frequency questionnaire administered to low-income, overweight, African-American adolescent girls

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    50. Voyles, LM; Turner, RE; Lukowski, MJ; Langkamp-Henken, B
      High levels of retinol intake duping the first trimester of pregnancy result from use of over-the-counter vitamin/mineral supplements

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    51. Carroll, YL; Corridan, BM; Morrissey, PA
      Carotenoids in young and elderly healthy humans: dietary intakes, biochemical status and diet-plasma relationships

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    52. Zhang, F; Temme, EHM; Kesteloot, H
      Sex ratio of total energy intake in adults: an analysis of dietary surveys

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    53. Klipstein-Grobusch, K; Witteman, JCM; den Breeijen, JH; Goldbohm, RA; Hofman, A; de Jong, PTVM; Pols, HA; Grobbee, DE
      Dietary assessment in the elderly: application of a two-step semiquantitative food frequency questionnaire for epidemiological studies

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS
    54. Pomerleau, J; Ostbye, T; Bright-See, E
      Potential underreporting of energy intake in the Ontario Health Survey andits relationship with nutrient and food intakes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    55. Persson, V; Greiner, T; Bhagwat, IP; Gebre-Medhin, M
      The Helen Keller International Food Frequency Method may underestimate vitamin A intake where milk is a normal part of the young child diet

      ECOLOGY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION
    56. Hebert, JR; Gupta, PC; Bhonsle, R; Verghese, F; Ebbeling, C; Barrow, R; Ellis, S; Ma, YS
      Determinants of accuracy in estimating the weight and volume of commonly used foods: A cross-cultural comparison

      ECOLOGY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION
    57. Wong, MY; Day, NE; Bashir, SA; Duffy, SM
      Measurement error in epidemiology: The design of validation studies - I: Univariate situation

      STATISTICS IN MEDICINE
    58. Wong, MY; Day, NE; Wareham, NJ
      Measurement error in epidemiology: The design of validation studies - II: Bivariate situation

      STATISTICS IN MEDICINE
    59. Kain, J; Andrade, M
      Characteristics of the diet and patterns of physical activity in obese Chilean preschoolers

      NUTRITION RESEARCH
    60. Kroke, A; Bergmann, MM; Lotze, G; Jeckel, A; Klipstein-Grobusch, K; Boeing, H
      Measures of quality control in the German component of the EPIC study

      ANNALS OF NUTRITION AND METABOLISM
    61. Weinstein, SJ; Bisogni, CA; Villalobos, ME; Sanjur, D
      Bilingual mail survey approach to examine seafood consumption practices among Hispanics living in metropolitan New York

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION EDUCATION
    62. Shatenstein, B; Kosatsky, T; Tapia, M; Nadon, S; Leclerc, BS
      Exploratory assessment of fish consumption among Asian-origin sportfisherson the St. Lawrence River in the Montreal region

      ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    63. Shatenstein, B; Kosatsky, T; Nadon, S; Lussier-Cacan, S; Weber, JP
      Reliability and relative validity of fish consumption data obtained in an exposure assessment study among Montreal-area sportfishers

      ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    64. Duffield, AJ; Thomson, CD
      A comparison of methods of assessment of dietary selenium intakes in Otago, New Zealand

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    65. Kipnis, V; Carroll, RJ; Freedman, LS; Li, L
      Implications of a new dietary measurement error model for estimation of relative risk: Application to four calibration studies

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    66. Feunekes, GIJ; van't Veer, P; van Staveren, WA; Kok, FJ
      Alcohol intake assessment: The sober facts

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    67. Drewnowski, A; Hann, C
      Food preferences and reported frequencies of food consumption as predictors of current diet in young women

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    68. Byers, T
      The role of epidemiology in developing nutritional recommendations: past, present, and future

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    69. Flegal, KM
      Evaluating epidemiologic evidence of the effects of food and nutrient exposures

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    70. Kirk, P; Patterson, RE; Lampe, J
      Development of a soy food frequency questionnaire to estimate isoflavone consumption in US adults

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    71. SMITH W; MITCHELL P; REAY EM; WEBB K; HARVEY PWJ
      VALIDITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY OF A SELF-ADMINISTERED FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE IN OLDER-PEOPLE

      Australian and New Zealand journal of public health
    72. LING AMC; HORWATH C; PARNELL W
      VALIDATION OF A SHORT FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE TO ASSESS CONSUMPTION OF CEREAL FOODS, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES IN CHINESE SINGAPOREANS

      European journal of clinical nutrition
    73. TAYLOR RW; GOULDING A
      VALIDATION OF A SHORT FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE TO ASSESS CALCIUM INTAKE IN CHILDREN AGED 3 TO 6 YEARS

      European journal of clinical nutrition
    74. Hatloy, A; Torheim, LE; Oshaug, A
      Food variety - a good indicator of nutritional adequacy of the diet? A case study from an urban area in Mali, West Africa

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    75. WOODS RK; ABRAMSON M; RAVEN JM; BAILEY M; WEINER JM; WALTERS EH
      REPORTED FOOD INTOLERANCE AND RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS IN YOUNG-ADULTS

      The European respiratory journal
    76. ARIJA V; PINOL C; VALLES S; SALAS J
      PARTICIPATION IN A PHARMACOLOGICAL HYPOLIPEMIC TRIAL DOES NOT ALTER PARTICIPANTS DIETARY HABITS

      International journal for vitamin and nutrition research
    77. PERSSON PG; CARLSSON S; GRILL V; HAGMAN U; LUNDGREN AC; OSTENSON CG; PERERS M; WALLEN A
      FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE VERSUS 7-DAY WEIGHED DIETARY RECORD INFORMATION ON DIETARY FIBER AND FAT INTAKE IN MIDDLE-AGED SWEDISH MEN

      Scandinavian journal of social medicine
    78. SWINBURN BA; WALTER L; RICKETTS H; WHITLOCK G; LAW B; NORTON R; JACKSON R; MACMAHON S
      THE DETERMINANTS OF FAT INTAKE IN A MULTIETHNIC NEW-ZEALAND POPULATION

      International journal of epidemiology
    79. SICHIERI R; EVERHART JE
      VALIDITY OF A BRAZILIAN FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE AGAINST DIETARY RECALLS AND ESTIMATED ENERGY-INTAKE

      Nutrition research
    80. LANDIG J; ERHARDT JG; BODE JC; BODE C
      VALIDATION AND COMPARISON OF 2 COMPUTERIZED METHODS OF OBTAINING A DIET HISTORY

      Clinical nutrition
    81. GARCIAROVES PM; TERRADOS N; FERNANDEZ SF; PATTERSON AM
      MACRONUTRIENTS INTAKE OF TOP-LEVEL CYCLISTS DURING CONTINUOUS COMPETITION - CHANGE IN THE FEEDING PATTERN

      International journal of sports medicine
    82. SASAKI S; YANAGIBORI R; AMANO K
      VALIDITY OF A SELF-ADMINISTERED DIET HISTORY QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ASSESSMENT OF SODIUM AND POTASSIUM - COMPARISON WITH SINGLE 24-HOUR URINARY-EXCRETION

      Japanese Circulation Journal
    83. VOSS S; CHARRONDIERE UR; SLIMANI N; KROKE A; RIBOLI E; WAHRENDORF J; BOEING H
      EPIC-SOFT A EUROPEAN DIETARY ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT FOR 24-H RECALLS

      Zeitschrift fur Ernahrungswissenschaft
    84. WINKLER G; DORING A
      VALIDATION OF A SHORT QUALITATIVE FOOD FREQUENCY LIST USED IN SEVERALGERMAN LARGE-SCALE SURVEYS

      Zeitschrift fur Ernahrungswissenschaft
    85. GREEN TJ; ALLEN OB; OCONNOR DL
      A 3-DAY WEIGHED FOOD RECORD AND A SEMIQUANTITATIVE FOOD-FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE ARE VALID MEASURES FOR ASSESSING THE FOLATE AND VITAMIN-B-12 INTAKES OF WOMEN AGED 16 TO 19 YEARS

      The Journal of nutrition
    86. DEVRIES JHM; HOLLMAN PCH; MEYBOOM S; BUYSMAN MNCP; ZOCK PL; VANSTAVEREN WA; KATAN MB
      PLASMA-CONCENTRATIONS AND URINARY-EXCRETION OF THE ANTIOXIDANT FLAVONOLS QUERCETIN AND KAEMPFEROL AS BIOMARKERS FOR DIETARY-INTAKE

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    87. MOULIN CC; TISKIEVICZ F; ZELMANOVITZ T; DEOLIVEIRA J; AZEVEDO MJ; GROSS JL
      USE OF WEIGHED DIET RECORDS IN THE EVALUATION OF DIETS WITH DIFFERENTPROTEIN CONTENTS IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE-2 DIABETES

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    88. GRANADO F; OLMEDILLA B; BLANCO I; GILMARTINEZ E; ROJASHIDALGO E
      VARIABILITY IN THE INTERCOMPARISON OF FOOD CAROTENOID CONTENT DATA - A USERS POINT-OF-VIEW

      Critical reviews in food science and nutrition
    89. BINGHAM SA
      DIETARY ASSESSMENTS IN THE EUROPEAN PROSPECTIVE-STUDY OF DIET AND CANCER (EPIC)

      European journal of cancer prevention
    90. RIBOLI E; TONIOLO P; KAAKS R; SHORE RE; CASAGRANDE C; PASTERNACK BS
      REPRODUCIBILITY OF A FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE USED IN THE NEW-YORK-UNIVERSITY WOMENS HEALTH STUDY - EFFECT OF SELF-SELECTION BY STUDY SUBJECTS

      European journal of clinical nutrition
    91. BLACK AE; BINGHAM SA; JOHANSSON G; COWARD WA
      VALIDATION OF DIETARY INTAKES OF PROTEIN AND ENERGY AGAINST 24-HOUR URINARY N AND DLW ENERGY-EXPENDITURE IN MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN, RETIRED MEN AND POST-OBESE SUBJECTS - COMPARISONS WITH VALIDATION AGAINST PRESUMEDENERGY-REQUIREMENTS

      European journal of clinical nutrition
    92. BONIFACJ C; GERBER M; SCALI J; DAURES JP
      COMPARISON OF DIETARY ASSESSMENT METHODS IN A SOUTHERN FRENCH POPULATION - USE OF WEIGHED RECORDS, ESTIMATED-DIET RECORDS AND A FOOD-FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE

      European journal of clinical nutrition
    93. MACDIARMID JI; BLUNDELL JE
      DIETARY UNDER-REPORTING - WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT RECORDING THEIR FOOD-INTAKE

      European journal of clinical nutrition
    94. CALVERT C; CADE J; BARRETT JH; WOODHOUSE A
      USING CROSS-CHECK QUESTIONS TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEM OF MIS-REPORTING OF SPECIFIC FOOD GROUPS ON FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRES

      European journal of clinical nutrition
    95. FRIIS S; KJAER SK; STRIPP C; OVERVAD K
      REPRODUCIBILITY AND RELATIVE VALIDITY OF A SELF-ADMINISTERED SEMIQUANTITATIVE FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE APPLIED TO YOUNGER WOMEN

      Journal of clinical epidemiology
    96. BURKE LE; DUNBARJACOB JM; HILL MN
      COMPLIANCE WITH CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE PREVENTION STRATEGIES - A REVIEW OF THE RESEARCH

      Annals of behavioral medicine
    97. ORTEGA RM; FERNANDEZAZUELA M; ENCINASSOTILLOS A; ANDRES P; LOPEZSOBALER AM
      DIFFERENCES IN DIET AND FOOD-HABITS BETWEEN PATIENTS WITH GALLSTONES AND CONTROLS

      Journal of the American College of Nutrition
    98. DEVRIES JHM; JANSSEN PLTMK; HOLLMAN PCH; VANSTAVEREN WA; KATAN MB
      CONSUMPTION OF QUERCETIN AND KAEMPFEROL IN FREE-LIVING SUBJECTS EATING A VARIETY OF DIETS

      Cancer letters
    99. ANTAL M; REGOLYMEREI A; VARSANYI H; BIRO L; SAGI K; MOLNAR DV; ZAJKAS G; NAGY K; AVAR Z; BIRO G
      NUTRITIONAL SURVEY OF PREGNANT-WOMEN IN HUNGARY

      International journal for vitamin and nutrition research
    100. OCKE MC; BUENODEMESQUITA HB; GODDIJN HE; JANSEN A; POLS MA; VANSTAVEREN WA; KROMHOUT D
      THE DUTCH EPIC FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE .1. DESCRIPTION OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE, AND RELATIVE VALIDITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY FOR FOOD GROUPS

      International journal of epidemiology


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