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Carotenoids as biomarkers of fruit and vegetable intake in men and women
British Journal of Nutrition
AbstractHigh fruit and vegetable (FAV) intake is associated with a lower prevalence of chronic diseases. Identifying the ideal number of FAV servings needed to reduce chronic disease risk is, however, difficult because of biases inherent to common self-report dietary assessment tools. The aim of our study was to examine the associations between daily FAV intake and plasma carotenoid concentrations in men and women enrolled in a series of fully controlled dietary interventions. We compiled anddoi:10.1017/s0007114516003056 pmid:27572625 fatcat:cpecbhh7xrgibeklqk4tucp7ry