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@article{eebb0962ea874b4182acac8f0173cdaa,
title = "Comparison of estimated energy intake from 224-hour recalls and a seven-day food record with objective measurements of energy expenditure in children",
publisher = "Co-Action Publishing",
author = "Rothausen, {Berit Worm} and Jeppe Matthiessen and Groth, {Margit Velsing} and Brockhoff, {Per B.} and {F. Andersen}, Lene and Ellen Trolle",
year = "2012",
doi = "10.3402/fnr.v56i0.12221",
volume = "56",
pages = "1--10",
journal = "Food & Nutrition Research",
issn = "1654-6628",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Comparison of estimated energy intake from 224-hour recalls and a seven-day food record with objective measurements of energy expenditure in children

A1 - Rothausen,Berit Worm

A1 - Matthiessen,Jeppe

A1 - Groth,Margit Velsing

A1 - Brockhoff,Per B.

A1 - F. Andersen,Lene

A1 - Trolle,Ellen

AU - Rothausen,Berit Worm

AU - Matthiessen,Jeppe

AU - Groth,Margit Velsing

AU - Brockhoff,Per B.

AU - F. Andersen,Lene

AU - Trolle,Ellen

PB - Co-Action Publishing

PY - 2012/2/15

Y1 - 2012/2/15

N2 - Objective: The objective of the present study was to evaluate energy intake (EI) estimated from two nonconsecutive 24-hour recalls (24-HDRs) and a pre-coded seven-day food record (7-dFR) against objective measurements of energy expenditure (EE) in children.<br/>Design: A total of 67 78 year-olds and 64 1213 year-olds completed the 224-HDRs, the 7-dFR, and wore ActiReg † (PreMed AS, Oslo, Norway), a combined position and motion recording instrument, during the same seven days as the 7-dFR was filled in. <br/>Results: In the 78 year-olds, EI from the 224-HDRs (EI224-HDR) was overestimated with 3% compared to EE (not significantly different), while EI from the 7-dFR (EI7-dFR) was underestimated with 7% compared to EE (P0.001). In the 1213 year-olds, the corresponding figures was underestimation by 10% with the 224-HDRs (PB0.001) and by 20% with the 7-dFR (PB0.001). For both age groups combined, the 95% limits of agreement were 438 and 3.52 MJ/d for the 224-HDRs, and 5.90 and 2.94 MJ/d for the 7-dFR. Pearson correlation coefficients between EI and EE were 0.51 for EI224-HDR and 0.29 for EI7-dFR, respectively. The proportion classified in the same or adjacent quartiles was 76% for EI224-HDR and 73% for EI7-dFR in the 78 year-olds, and 83% for EI224-HDR and 70% for EI7-dFR in the 1213 year-olds.<br/>Conclusion: Misreporting of EI seemed modest with both the 224-HDRs and the 7-dFR in the 78 year-olds when compared to EE measured with ActiReg †. Under-reporting appeared to be more evident in the 1213 year-olds, especially with the 7-dFR. Compared to measurements of EE, the 224-HDRs seemed to perform slightly better than the 7-dFR in terms of ranking of individuals according to EI.

AB - Objective: The objective of the present study was to evaluate energy intake (EI) estimated from two nonconsecutive 24-hour recalls (24-HDRs) and a pre-coded seven-day food record (7-dFR) against objective measurements of energy expenditure (EE) in children.<br/>Design: A total of 67 78 year-olds and 64 1213 year-olds completed the 224-HDRs, the 7-dFR, and wore ActiReg † (PreMed AS, Oslo, Norway), a combined position and motion recording instrument, during the same seven days as the 7-dFR was filled in. <br/>Results: In the 78 year-olds, EI from the 224-HDRs (EI224-HDR) was overestimated with 3% compared to EE (not significantly different), while EI from the 7-dFR (EI7-dFR) was underestimated with 7% compared to EE (P0.001). In the 1213 year-olds, the corresponding figures was underestimation by 10% with the 224-HDRs (PB0.001) and by 20% with the 7-dFR (PB0.001). For both age groups combined, the 95% limits of agreement were 438 and 3.52 MJ/d for the 224-HDRs, and 5.90 and 2.94 MJ/d for the 7-dFR. Pearson correlation coefficients between EI and EE were 0.51 for EI224-HDR and 0.29 for EI7-dFR, respectively. The proportion classified in the same or adjacent quartiles was 76% for EI224-HDR and 73% for EI7-dFR in the 78 year-olds, and 83% for EI224-HDR and 70% for EI7-dFR in the 1213 year-olds.<br/>Conclusion: Misreporting of EI seemed modest with both the 224-HDRs and the 7-dFR in the 78 year-olds when compared to EE measured with ActiReg †. Under-reporting appeared to be more evident in the 1213 year-olds, especially with the 7-dFR. Compared to measurements of EE, the 224-HDRs seemed to perform slightly better than the 7-dFR in terms of ranking of individuals according to EI.

KW - dietary assessment

KW - EFCOVAL

KW - ActiReg

UR - http://www.foodandnutritionresearch.net/index.php/fnr/article/view/12221

U2 - 10.3402/fnr.v56i0.12221

DO - 10.3402/fnr.v56i0.12221

JO - Food & Nutrition Research

JF - Food & Nutrition Research

SN - 1654-6628

VL - 56

SP - 1

EP - 10

ER -