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Food patterns: As important as nutrients for the prevention of chronic disease

journal contribution
posted on 2005-09-01, 00:00 authored by Sarah McNaughtonSarah McNaughton, G Mishra
The use of food patterns to study dietary intake and their contribution to effective public health messages is discussed. Food patterns are considered as important as nutrients for the preservation of chronic diseases. Food patterns assessment offers a novel way to capture and describe complex nature of dietary intake and reflect behavioral as well as biological dietary exposure. The MRC National Survey of Health and Development has revealed three dietary patterns among women, while only two were observed for men.

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Journal

Food Science and Technology

Volume

19

Pagination

20-21

ISSN

1475-3324

Language

eng

Publication classification

CN.1 Other journal article

Issue

3

Publisher

Institute of Food Science and Technology

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