USDA methodological research for large-scale dietary intake surveys, 1975-88

  • 407 Pages
  • 1.38 MB
  • 4460 Downloads
  • English
by
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Human Nutrition Information Service , [Washington, D.C.?]
United States. -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Human Nutrition Information Service., Nutrition surveys -- United States., Food consumption -- Research -- United St
Other titlesUSDA methodological research for large scale dietary intake surveys, 1975-88.
StatementEleanor M. Pao, Katherine E. Sykes, Yasmin S. Cypel.
SeriesHome economics research report -- no. 49., Home economics research report (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 49.
ContributionsSykes, Katherine E., Cypel, Yasmin S., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Human Nutrition Information Service.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 407 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17748522M

Get this from a library. USDA methodological research for large-scale dietary intake surveys, [Eleanor M Pao; Katherine E Sykes; Yasmin S Cypel; United States. Department of Agriculture. Human Nutrition Information Service.].

Description USDA methodological research for large-scale dietary intake surveys, 1975-88 PDF

NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "USDA methodological research for large-scale dietary intake surveys, ".

Dietary Reference Intakes: The Essential Reference for Dietary Planning and zed by nutrient for ready use, this popular reference volume reviews the function of each nutrient in the human body, food sources, usual dietary intakes, and effects of deficiencies and excessive intakes.

Automated methods for collecting and processing food intake data have been developed by the Food Surveys Research Group at USDA to increase the quality and efficiency of food intake surveys and other dietary research studies.

These automated methods 1975-88 book part of a Dietary Intake Data System, which consists of three computer systems and an extensive food and Cited by: Food Surveys Research Group.

Translates the amounts of foods eaten in USDA's What We Eat in America (WWEIA), the dietary interview component of NHANES, into the number of equivalents for the 7 MyPyramid major groups and the corresponding subgroups. Pao EM, Sykes KE, Cypel YS: USDA methodological research for larger-scale dietary intake surveys, Human Nutrition Information Service.

USDA Home Economics Research Report No. 49, ppCited by: 2. ASA24 is a freely available web-based tool for epidemiologic, interventional, behavioral, or clinical research that enables multiple automatically coded self-administered hour recalls and food records.

The ASA24 system can also be used by clinicians for diet assessment and nutritional counseling. The mission of USDA's Economic Research Service is to anticipate trends and emerging issues in agriculture, food, the environment, and rural America and to conduct high-quality, objective economic research to inform and enhance public and private decision making.

Food Choices and Health. Food and Nutrition Assistance. Analysis of dietary patterns in epidemiological research Article (PDF Available) in Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism 35(2) April with Author: Martha Slattery.

Methodology for Large-scale Surveys of Household and Individual Diets, USDA Methodological Research for Large-scale Dietary Intake Surveys, Measures and Procedures for Analysis of U.S.

Food Consumption,   U.S. Department of Agriculture Methodological Research for Large-Scale Dietary Intake Survey, Home Economics Research Report No. Hyattsville (MD): U.S. Department of Agriculture, Human Nutrition Information Service; Author: Shanthy A Bowman. DIETARY ASSESSMENT BY OBJECTIVE OBSERVATION.

Table 1 summarizes the available dietary assessment methods, including the methods, collected data, strengths, and limitations considering a conservative approach.

Dietary intake can be assessed by objective observation using a duplicate diet approach or food consumption record by a trained research Cited by: The Nationwide Food Consumption Surveys (NFCS) NFCS focuses on the food use of households and the dietary intakes and patterns of individuals.

These surveys have been conducted approximately every 10 years since by USDA's Human Nutrition Information Service (HNIS), but the first four surveys (in,and ) obtained information only on household food.

Pao EM, Sykes KE, Cypel YSUSDA methodological research for large-scale dietary intake surveys, – USDA Home Economics Research Report No. 49, Human Nutrition Information Service. US Department of Agriculture, Hyattsville, MD (), pp.

Cited by: The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is responsible for measuring and appraising trends and variations in U.S.

food consumption. Large- scale surveys have been made to study variations in household food consumption and dietary levels inspring(urban only), springand Interagency Committee on Human Nutrition Research; Reports, Studies and Statistics; Research Tools; Dietary Reference Intake Reports; U.S.

Government Global Nutrition Coordination Plan –; USDA ARS Research RoundUp; Food Composition. USDA Food Surveys Research Group; Macronutrients; Phytonutrients; Vitamins and Minerals. Ascorbic. Prototype Notebook: Short Questions on Dietary Intake, Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors.

by Heather Hartline-Grafton, Rebecca Nyman, Ronette Briefel, Rhoda Cohen, Joanne Guthrie, and Eileen Stommes This report provides a compendium of survey questions used in previous research to assess dietary knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors for low-income populations.

Dietary Recommendations and How They Have Changed Over Time Carole Davis and Etta Saltos The U.S. Department of Agriculture has been issuing dietary recom-mendations for over years. As the research base underlying these recommendations has expanded considerably over the century, dietary.

Myfood24 is an online hour dietary recall tool targeted for use within large-scale epidemiological studies in the UK. The development of this instrument has been described previously [1, 2.

Details USDA methodological research for large-scale dietary intake surveys, 1975-88 PDF

individual basis. The USDA survey was most recently called the Continuing Survey of Food Intake by Individ-uals (CSFII) and was conducted in tototoand (2). The USDA has conducted national food consumption surveys for nearly a century, and it has also maintained a research program in dietary assessment.

This study compares the nutrients provided in school meals and the nutrients consumed by students with several standards. Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) are the daily intake levels of essential nutrients that are adequate to meet the nutrient needs of practically all healthy persons.

The most common methods to assess diet in larger observational and communitybased studies rely on self-reported intake tools such as h (h) dietary recalls, food records, food.

Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) are made up of a collection of values which defines nutrient intakes for different levels of adequacy, requirements, or tolerance.

The values consist of Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA), Estimated Average Requirements (EAR), Adequate Intakes (AI) and Tolerable Upper Intake Levels (UL). Food guidelines for Americans provided by the United States Department of Agriculture recommend three types of diets, summarized in the table below, for a diet.

Vol no USDA methodological research for large-scale dietary intake surveys, by Pao, Eleanor M; Sykes, Katherine E; Cypel, Yasmin S; United States. Validation of a dietary questionnaire used in a large-scale cohort study on diet and cancer quartile classification of the energy-adjusted nutrient intakes measured with both methods.

Explain the purpose of a nutrient analysis and the nutrition goals of the USDA Nutrition Standards. Select USDA-approved nutrient analysis software which will meet the needs of the State agency.

Download USDA methodological research for large-scale dietary intake surveys, 1975-88 PDF

Describe key nutrient analysis points for schools to consider when selecting food items and quantities from the Child Nutrition (CN) Database. Size: 1MB. USDA has been collecting and disseminating food and nutrient intake data of the U.S. population to meet these needs since the 's.

A long-term research plan has been developed within the Food Surveys Research Group that will enhance USDA's dietary intake methodology and result in a more efficient and cost-effective mode for data collection. ARS is USDA's chief scientific research agency.

Congress requires USDA to survey the food intake of Americans. Under that mandate, BHNRC's Food Surveys Research Group (FSRG) conducts the "What We Eat in America" survey.

Using the survey data, researchers examine diets as factors in disease. Keynote Paper: Individual food intake survey methods. Anna Ferro-Luzzi National Institute for Food and Nutrition Research Only a very small number of large -scale national surveys have been carried out in the international setting, and they are rarely undertaken at regular intervals for the purpose of monitoring changes in food security.

entitled ‘‘Update on Nutrition Research Methodologies’’ presented at the American College of Nutrition’s Annual Meeting in Orlando, in October Highlighted were presentations on new dietary intake assessment approaches, which provided an overview of novel cellular phone– and Web-based dietaryFile Size: KB.

Project Methods Dietary intakes and biochemical indices of mineral status will be related to physiologic (e.g., body composition, weight maintenance, physical fitness, energy metabolism, brain and cardiac function) and psychological (e.g., cognition, emotional and social adjustment, school/work performance) measures to determine roles of specific minerals in.

Project Methods The food frequency questionnaire will be administered to over individuals who have participated in a dietary intake, cardiovascular disease and cancer health assessment research study. A subset of the cohort will be reevaluated after at least one year to determine variability in long-term estimates of intake.