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Diet Records

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Psychiatry related information on Diet Records

  • Nutrient intakes were assessed using 3-day diet records and a calcium food frequency questionnaire (FFQ), physical activity by questionnaire, sexual maturation using Tanner's stages of breast and pubic hair maturation, growth by height and weight, and eating attitudes using the children's Eating Attitudes Test (Children's EAT) [3].

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Biological context of Diet Records


Anatomical context of Diet Records


Associations of Diet Records with chemical compounds

  • Comparisons of cholesterol intake calculated from the dietary records (mean 144 mg/day, SD +/- 13, n = 60) to the values from chemical analysis (118 +/- 28 mg/day) demonstrated that the calculated values were higher (mean 19%) [15].
  • Finally, the dietary records showed that most of the subjects consumed less than 2 mg of vitamin B6 daily from their food [16].
  • Vitamin A intake was determined during the third trimester of pregnancy by using a 5-d dietary record that included a Sunday and by recording the quantities provided by supplements [17].
  • Adherence to prescribed diet was monitored through diet records and periodic determination of urea N appearance rate during interdialysis periods [18].
  • Intakes of vitamin C and carotenoids and supplemental vitamin E were estimated by using 3-d diet records [19].

Gene context of Diet Records

  • In a subset of eighteen vegans and twenty-two omnivores for whom 4 d diet records were available, there were statistically significant correlations between T and polyunsaturated fatty acids (r 0.37), SHBG and fat (r 0.43 for total fat, 0.46 for saturated fatty acids and 0.33 for polyunsaturated fatty acids), and SHBG and alcohol (r-0.39) [20].
  • RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: The measurement of energy and macronutrients by an interviewer-administered FFQ was assessed in 84 adults, who were representative of adults with IDDM in Tasmania, Australia, by comparing it with 2 days of weighed dietary records [21].
  • The correlation of protein intake recorded on the weighed diet records with that estimated by nitrogen output was 0.64 for the UD (P = 0.01), 0.79 for the CD (P < 0.001), and 0.66 for the LPD (P = 0.008) [22].
  • DESIGN: The relation of the GI (calculated from a 3-d dietary record) to Hb A(1c), serum cholesterol (total, LDL, and HDL), and fasting triacylglycerol was analyzed in 2810 people with type 1 diabetes from the EURODIAB Complications Study. RESULTS: The GI was independently related to Hb A(1c) (P = 0.0001) [23].
  • Glutathione reductase activity coefficients did not correlate with riboflavin intakes which were calculated from 3-day diet records returned by 16 patients [24].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Diet Records

  • Values were compared with anthropometry and mean, energy-adjusted dietary intakes (absolute intake/1000 kcal) of fat, carbohydrates, protein, cholesterol, calcium, fiber, and the polyunsaturated to saturated fatty acid ratio derived from 4-day food diaries kept once a year between the ages of 2-7 years [25].
  • SUBJECTS/SETTING: Women and men who had a comprehensive medical examination, including a symptom-limited maximal treadmill exercise test, and completed 3-day dietary records at the Cooper Clinic, Dallas, TX [26].
  • Intake and sources of phylloquinone (vitamin K1) were examined according to socio-demographic and lifestyle factors in free-living British people aged 65 years and over, from the 1994-5 National Diet and Nutrition Survey. Complete 4-d weighed dietary records were obtained from 1152 participants living in private households [27].
  • We conclude that both the food diary and the FFQ estimate dietary soya isoflavone intakes sufficiently well to use them in epidemiological studies, and that plasma concentrations of daidzein and genistein in Western women who consumed soya products as a part of their regular diet were close to those in Asian populations [28].
  • We compared online measured Kt/V(urea) and protein catabolic rate (PCR) with single- and double-pool Daugirdas formula (DF and eDF) based Kt/V(urea) and with protein intake derived from dietary records (DPI) [29].


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