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Evaluation of Web-based Dietary Assessment Software for Children: comparing reported fruit, juice and vegetable intakes with plasma carotenoid concentration and school lunch observations

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  • Web-Based Dietary Assessment Software For Children (Webdasc) Was Developed To Estimate Dietary Intak
  • The Present Study Validates Self-Reported Fruit
  • Juice And Vegetable (Fjv) Intakes In 8- To 11-Year-Old Children By Comparing Intake With Plasma Caro
  • And By Comparing The Reported Fjv Intake To Actually Eaten Fjv
  • As Observed By A Photographic Method
  • A Total Of Eighty-One Children
  • Assisted By Parents
  • Reported Their Diet For Seven Consecutive Days
  • For The Same Five Schooldays As They Reported Their Diet
  • The Children'S School Lunch Was Photographed And Weighed Before And After Eating
  • In The Week After The Diet Reporting
  • Fasting Blood Samples Were Taken
  • Self-Reported Intake Of Fjv And Estimated Intake Of Carotenoids Were Compared With Plasma Carotenoid
  • Accuracy Of Self-Reported Food And Fjv Consumption At School Lunch Was Measured In Terms Of Matches
  • Intrusion
  • Omission And Faults
  • When Compared With Images And Weights Of Lunch Intake
  • Self-reported intake of FJV was significantly correlated with the total carotenoid concentration (0�
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  • Fruit And Juice Consumption Showed Higher Correlations Than Vegetables With Plasma Carotenoid Concen
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  • A Total Of 82 % Of The Participants Fell Into The Same Or Adjacent Quartiles When Cross-Classified B
  • Webdasc Attained 82 % Reporting Matches Overall And A Higher Percentage Match For Reporting Fruits C
  • The Present Study Indicated That Webdasc Can Be Used To Rank 8- To 11-Year-Old Danish Children Accor

Abstract

Evaluation of Web-based Dietary Assessment Software for Children: comparing reported fruit, juice and vegetable intakes with plasma carotenoid concentration and school lunch observations - DTU Orbit (28/05/14) Evaluation of Web-based Dietary Assessment Software for Children: comparing reported fruit, juice and vegetable intakes with plasma carotenoid concentration and school lunch observations - DTU Orbit (28/05/14) Biltoft-Jensen, Anja Pia; Bysted, Anette; Trolle, Ellen; Christensen, Tue; Knuthsen, Pia; Damsgaard, Camilla T.; Andersen, Lene F.; Brockhoff, Per B.; Tetens, Inge / Evaluation of Web-based Dietary Assessment Software for Children: comparing reported fruit, juice and vegetable intakes with plasma carotenoid concentration and school lunch observations. In: British Journal of Nutrition, Vol. 110, No. 1, 2013, p. 186–195. Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2012

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