Considerable evidence proves that self-reported dietary intake using written diaries or recalls are subject to bias resulting in poor accuracy. While dietary intake data are needed to drive many nutritional policies, the obesity epidemic has increased the need to assess diet with absolute accuracy.
- Covers the range of novel, technologic advances in dietary assessment.
- Describes the strengths and limitations of common dietary assessments both laboratory and traditional freeliving methods.
- Includes a comprehensive description of the varied goals of dietary assessment.
- Each chapter includes the theoretical basis of new assessment methodologies, their strengths and weaknesses, and basic information required to select the best approach based on individual needs.
About the Author
Dr. Dale A. Schoeller is a director of the Isotope Ratio Laboratory in the Biotechnology Center and is the professor emeritus in Nutritional Sciences and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. He was the first investigator to use the doubly labeled water method to measure total energy expenditure in humans, which led to the observation that self-reported dietary assessment instruments systematically underestimated dietary energy intake compared to the amount of energy that individuals were actually expending. This work by him and many others resulted in paradigm shift in validating and modeling the error structure in dietary assessment instruments. More recently, he collaborated with leading nutrition epidemiologists to use the doubly labeled water method as a biomarker of habitual energy intake to quantify systematic errors in dietary energy intake instruments forming the basis of his work that resulted in this book. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and his PhD in Chemistry from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. He was trained as a post-doctoral fellow in Biomedical Sciences at the Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, Illinois and joined the faculty of Medicine at the University of Chicago (Illinois, Chicago), where he directed the Stable Isotope Core Laboratory as part of the Clinical Nutrition Research Unit. For the last 20 years, he continued his research on the energetics of obesity at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research has been recognized through multiple awards including the Herman Award for Clinical Research from the American Society for Clinical Nutrition, the O.W. Atwater Award for Research from Agricultural Research Service, and the Friends of Mickey Stunkard Lifetime Achievement Award from the Obesity Society.
Chapter 1: Benefits and Limitations of Traditional Self–Report Instruments
Chapter 2: Statistical Approaches to Mitigate Measurement Error in Dietary Intake Data Collected Using ۲۴–hour Recalls and Food Records/Diaries
Chapter 3: Computer–Assisted Dietary Assessment Methods
Chapter 4: Strategies for Improving the Validity of the ۲۴-hour Dietary Recall and Food Record Methods
Chapter 5: The Assessment of Food Intake with Digital Photography
Chapter 6: Meal Patterns, Physical Activity, Sleep, and Circadian Rhythm
Chapter 7: Assessment of Ingestion by Chewing and Swallowing Sensors
Chapter 8: Bites as a Unit of Measurement
Chapter 9: Direct and Indirect Measures of Dietary Intake: Use of Sensors and Modern Technologies
Chapter 10: Use of Doubly-Labeled Water Measured Energy Expenditure as a Biomarker of Self-Reported Energy Intake
Chapter 11: Biomarker for Energy Intake: Resting Energy Expenditure and Physical Activity
Chapter 12: Dynamic Modeling of Energy Expenditure to Estimate Dietary Energy Intake
Chapter 13: Use of Intake Biomarkers in Nutritional Epidemiology
Chapter 14: Stable Isotopic Biomarkers of Diet
Chapter 15: The Food Metabolome and Dietary Biomarkers
Chapter 16: Metabolomic Techniques to Discover Food Biomarkers
Chapter 17: The Validation of Dietary Biomarkers
Chapter 18: Targeted and Untargeted Metabolomics for Specific Food Intake Assessment: Whole Grains as an Example
Chapter 19: Strengths and Limitations of Food Composition Databases
لینک کوتاه : https://bookbaz.ir/?p=74042
نویسنده : Dale A. Schoeller , M. Westerterp
ناشر : CRC Press; 1 edition
سال انتشار : 2017
زبان کتاب : انگلیسی
نوع فایل : PDF
تعداد صفحات : 385
(ISBN) شابک : 1498749321
قیمت کتاب درآمازون : $47.99
حجم فایل : 10 MB