Food Frequency Questionnaire-Based Estimates of Compliance to ATP III (National Cholesterol Education Programme) Recommended Diets in a Middle-Class Adult Population of Bangalore City
AbstractIncreasing life-span and lifestyle shifts in the developing world has increased the focus on diseases of aging. While many of these diseases are, in part, genetically determined, lifestyle factors also play an important role. Thus, diet-disease relationships have been described for coronary artery disease, diabetes and cancer among others. One method that has been used extensively in epidemiological research to assess diet-disease relationships is the Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ).
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