National dietary surveys have been completed in all five Nordic countries for purposes of nutritional assessment. The NORDIRA project started in 2009 with objectives of sharing experiences within collection of food consumption data and applications of it in food-based risk assessment. The NORDIRA-group consisted of experts working within dietary surveys as well within risk assessment. The project collected results and methodological aspects of national dietary surveys, the presentations of food consumption figures and data calculation processes of risk assessment. This TemaNord report is a summary of the presentations and experiences shared during the three year period of the NORDIRA project. The group emphasizes a flexible food aggregation system in reporting food consumption to enable different kind of matching of data from food consumption and occurence of chemical substancesStudy Designs, Methods, Results and Use in Food-based Risk Assessments Sisse Fagt. Aim of risk ... during four consecutive days. N=57, females aged 20- 50 y FFQ N=680, f 56-70 y 4-day food diary, N=2259, children aged 4-12 y 7 day menuanbsp;...
|Title||:||Nordic Dietary Surveys|
|Author||:||Sisse Fagt, Sisse Fagt, Ingibjörg Gunnarsdottir, Torben H.-Møller, A. Helldán, Thorhallur I. Halldorsson, H. Knutsen, Inger T. L. Lillegaard, Anna K. Lindroos, Vera Mikkilä, S. Sand, M. Salmenhaara, L. Steingrimsdottir, T. Vikstedt and M.-L. Ovaskainen|
|Publisher||:||Nordic Council of Ministers - 2012-09-13|