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Online Dietary Intake Estimation: The Food4Me Food Frequency Questionnaire

Online Dietary Intake Estimation: The Food4Me Food Frequency Questionnaire

Dietary assessment methods are used for quantification of both short- and long-term (habitual) dietary intakes, and are essential tools in epidemiological investigations and intervention studies assessing relationships between diet and health in both population

Hannah Forster, Rosalind Fallaize, Caroline Gallagher, Clare B O’Donovan, Clara Woolhead, Marianne C Walsh, Anna L Macready, Julie A Lovegrove, John C Mathers, Michael J Gibney, Lorraine Brennan, Eileen R Gibney

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(6):e150


Designing Health Apps to Support Dietetic Professional Practice and Their Patients: Qualitative Results From an International Survey

Designing Health Apps to Support Dietetic Professional Practice and Their Patients: Qualitative Results From an International Survey

tools which should be implemented to support dietitian-oriented tasks.Dietary AssessmentRespondents recognized the potential of food diary apps to make the dietary assessment process more streamlined through access to computed and analyzed dietary information

Juliana Chen, Jessica Lieffers, Adrian Bauman, Rhona Hanning, Margaret Allman-Farinelli

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(3):e40


Evaluation of a Web-Based Food Record for Children Using Direct Unobtrusive Lunch Observations: A Validation Study

Evaluation of a Web-Based Food Record for Children Using Direct Unobtrusive Lunch Observations: A Validation Study

IntroductionHigh-quality dietary assessment tools are essential when studying children’s dietary practices. Traditional tools, such as food frequency questionnaires, 24-hour recalls, and food records, can be used to assess dietary intake [1-3].

Anine Christine Medin, Helene Astrup, Britt Marlene Kåsin, Lene Frost Andersen

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(12):e273


Validity and Usability of a Smartphone Image-Based Dietary Assessment App Compared to 3-Day Food Diaries in Assessing Dietary Intake Among Canadian Adults: Randomized Controlled Trial

Validity and Usability of a Smartphone Image-Based Dietary Assessment App Compared to 3-Day Food Diaries in Assessing Dietary Intake Among Canadian Adults: Randomized Controlled Trial

IntroductionAssessment of dietary intake, in particular habitual dietary intake, remains a major challenge for researchers [1]. Limitations of dietary assessment have been well documented and vary by the method chosen.

Yuwei Ji, Hugues Plourde, Valerie Bouzo, Robert D Kilgour, Tamara R Cohen

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(9):e16953


Qualitative Analysis of Cognitive Interviews With School Children: A Web-Based Food Intake Questionnaire

Qualitative Analysis of Cognitive Interviews With School Children: A Web-Based Food Intake Questionnaire

IntroductionDietary assessment among children represents a challenge to nutritional epidemiology due to systematic errors (ie, gender, weight, irregular food patterns, social desirability) [1-4].

Vanessa Fernandes Davies, Emil Kupek, Patricia Faria Di Pietro, Maria Alice Altenburg de Assis, Francilene GK Vieira, Clarice Perucchi, Rafaella Mafra, Debbe Thompson, Thomas Baranowski

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2016;2(2):e167


Overcoming Barriers: Adolescents’ Experiences Using a Mobile Phone Dietary Assessment App

Overcoming Barriers: Adolescents’ Experiences Using a Mobile Phone Dietary Assessment App

Furthermore, there is a need for improved dietary assessment methods that are accepted by study participants.

Åsa Svensson, Maria Magnusson, Christel Larsson

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(3):e92