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Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data

Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service in Washington, DC (1301 New York Ave., NW, Washington 20005-4788) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food supply -- United States,
  • Food relief -- United States,
  • Hunger -- United States,
  • Nutrition policy -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesValidation of a self reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data
    StatementDonald Rose, Victor Oliveira
    SeriesAn Economic Research Service report, Technical bulletin -- no. 1863, Technincal bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1863
    ContributionsOliveira, Victor J, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationii, 13 p.
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15223682M

      Dietary intake measurements - Volume 8 Issue 7a - Ingrid HE Rutishauser. To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure [email protected] is added to your Approved Personal Document E-mail List under your Personal Document Settings on the Manage Your Content and Devices page of your Amazon by: data on the association among food insecurity, parental self-efficacy, and Rose D, Oliviera V. Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture; 4. Kleinman RE, Murphy JM, Little M, et al. Hunger in children in the.

    Keynote Paper: Individual food intake survey methods. Anna Ferro-Luzzi National Institute for Food and Nutrition Research if not impossible at present, to derive a measure of household food security from the assessment of food intake of one individual member. Individual food intake survey methods can reasonably provide the mean and the. Keynote Paper: Qualitative measures of food insecurity and hunger. Eileen Kennedy International Life Sciences Institute Washington, DC, USA. Executive summary. Increasingly, policy-makers and programme implementers have been seeking measurement techniques for food insecurity and hunger that are simple to use and easy to analyse.

    Nutrient intake: Quantitative food frequency questionnaire _____ Introduction The measurement of dietary intake of individuals and groups is central to nutrition research1,2. Dietary assessment methodologies may be broadly classified into two categories: those for the measurement of the intake .   Background Both mental illness and food insufficiency are common in low and middle income countries. However, there are limited data on the relation between food insufficiency and mental disorders, despite the potential relevance of such data for the development of policy-level interventions. The relationship between food insufficiency and mental disorders within a nationally Cited by:


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Food insufficiency remained significantly associated with depressive symptoms in this model, but the odds ratio was attenuated. Participants who reported food insufficiency had twice the odds of depressive symptoms compared with those who did not report food insufficiency (OR = ; 95% CI = Cited by: Get this from a library.

Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data. [Donald Rose; Victor J Oliveira; United States. Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.].

Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data [microform] / Donald Rose, Victor Oliveira U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service Washington, DC ( New York Ave., NW, Washington ) Australian/Harvard Citation. Rose, Donald. & Oliveira, Victor J.

& United States. Validation of a Self-Reported Measure of Household Food Insufficiency With Nutrient Intake Data Donald Rose Victor Oliveira Introduction Sincethe Food and Consumer Service of USDA, in collaboration with the National Center for Health Statistics of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), has supported extensive.

Overall, 25% of respondents reported food insufficiency. Among them, 68% went a whole day without eating in the past month.

Chronically homeless (p = ) and traumatically victimized (p = ) respondents were more likely to be food by: Rose D, Oliveira V. Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data.

Washington, DC: US Department of Agriculture. – Google Scholar. Food and Nutrient Intakes Assessed with Dietary Records for the Validation Study of a Self-administered Food Frequency Questionnaire in JPHC Study Cohort l contributions to the nutrient were calculated.

Data for Comparison A wide variation was observed among the 4 areas both for food and nutrient intake levels at the population level Cited by: Prevalence of food insecurity is higher in our sample than in national samples of Latino households with incomes below % of the poverty line: food insecure without hunger, 45% versus %, and food insecure with hunger, 15% versus %.Cited by: Validation of a Self-reported Measure of Household Food Insufficiency with Nutrient Intake Data, United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Cited by:   This was based on the tactic assumption that the self‐reported information was valid or correct.

However, with the advent of biomarkers, the food record is known to have many weaknesses that limit its use in validation studies. Biomarkers are variables measured in body fluids or tissue that independently reflect intake of a food component ().Cited by: Rose D, Oliviera V.

Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Technical Bulletin. Rose D, Oliviera V. Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data.

Technical Bulletin No. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Cited by:   Rose D, Oliviera V. Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data.

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Technical BulletinWashington, D. C., Google ScholarCited by: The purposes of this study were to estimate the prevalence of household food insufficiency in Canada, to identify sociodemographic characteristics of households most likely to report food insufficiency and to examine the relationship between food insufficiency.

Rose D, Oliveira V. In: Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data. Technical bulletin Alexandria, VA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Food and Consumer Economics Division; Cited by: However, financial strain and food insufficiency capture fundamentally different dimensions of economic hardship from income because they measure the ability of households to borrow and save money.

38 Although the measures were closely associated with household income, their association with symptoms of depression remained after adjustment for income and other indicators of socioeconomic position. In multivariable analyses, food insufficiency was associated with significantly greater odds of hospitalization for any reason (AOR95% CI), psychiatric hospitalization (AOR95% CI), and high ED utilization (AOR Validation of a food-frequency questionnaire for measurement of nutrient intake in a dietary intervention study Gina Segovia-Siapco1,2,*, Pramil Singh3, Karen Jaceldo-Siegl1,4 and Joan Sabate´1,3,4 1Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA, USA: 2Department of Public Health, School of Graduate Studies, Adventist International Institute of Cited by: 3.

Rose D, Oliviera V. Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture; 4.

Kleinman RE, Murphy JM, Little M, et al. Hunger in children in the United States: potential behavioral and emotional correlates. Pediatrics, ;e3. Townsend MS. Therefore, this study aimed to assess the relative validity and reproducibility of a Complementary Food Frequency Questionnaire (CFFQ) to determine nutrient intakes of NZ infants.

Ninety‐five parent–infant pairs (infant age 10 ± 1 months) completed the CFFQ twice (CFFQ‐1 and CFFQ‐2), 4 weeks apart (to assess reproducibility).Author: Amy L. Judd, Kathryn L. Beck, Christopher McKinlay, Ashleigh Jackson, Cathryn A.

Conlon. Quantitative food intake data are generally converted into nutrient terms and compared with a suitable standard, usually a recommended dietary allowance or, depending on the situation, with minimal dietary requirements.

For converting food into nutrient data, the nutritionist should review available food composition data.Until recently, there were limited national data on the presence of hunger and food insufficiency in the United States.

2, 6, 7 Rates of food insufficiency from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III) were estimated to be approximately 4% in the general population and 14% in a low-income subset.

8 Other studies.Validation of a self-reported measure of household food insufficiency with nutrient intake data [microfo Nutrition, behavior, and change [by] Helen H. Gifft, Marjorie B. Washbon [and] Gail G.

Harrison; Nutrition policy in transition / [edited by] Jurgen .