Although published in September, this resource remains one the few that provides information about measuring diets and diet quality. The authors developed a new statistical method to improve population distribution estimates of usual intake of nearly daily consumed foods and nutrients using single-day dietary data per person. Using National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data for men from 2011–2014 on intake distributions of four nutrients, the researchers found that the method is statistically viable when the variance ratio is unbiased.
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