24-hr dietary recall


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24-hr dietary recall

A dietary assessment method in which a person lists the foods he or she actually consumed during the previous day. It can provide an estimate of the absolute quantity of food consumed and identify habitual food intake versus unusual consumption (or the lack of food consumption, e.g., during fasts prior to medical procedures).
See also: recall
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Estimates were also substantially improved by applying the NCI method to 24-hr dietary recall data to examine usual food intake from more than one day of reported intake because this method incorporates covariates and jointly estimates both the amount consumed and the probability of eating irregularly consumed foods.
A random 10% of the 24-hr dietary recall interviews (entries) were selected for quality control.
Blood organic/methyl mercury reflects methyl mercury intake from fish and shellfish as determined from a methyl mercury exposure parameter based on 24-hr dietary recall, 30-day food frequency, and mean concentrations of mercury in the fish/shellfish species reported as consumed (multiple correlation coefficient > 0.