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Validation of a Web-based, self-administered, non-consecutive-day dietary record tool against urinary biomarkers
British Journal of Nutrition
New technologies are promising for the use of short-term instruments for dietary data collection; however, innovative tools should be validated against objective biomarkers. The aim of the present study was to investigate the validity of a Web-based, self-administered dietary record (DR) tool using protein, K and Na intakes against 24 h urinary biomarkers (24 h U). Of the total participants, 199 adult volunteers (104 men and 95 women, mean age 50·5 (23–83 years)) of the NutriNet-Santé Studydoi:10.1017/s0007114515000057 pmid:25772032 fatcat:g3fv7wtabrdrxbpxg4oome5frm