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Validation of dietary assessment methods in children: SAYCARE study

Grant number: 16/13922-1
Support type:Scholarships in Brazil - Doctorate
Effective date (Start): March 01, 2017
Effective date (End): February 29, 2020
Field of knowledge:Health Sciences - Collective Health
Principal Investigator:Heraclito Barbosa de Carvalho
Grantee:Tatiana Sadalla Collese
Home Institution: Faculdade de Medicina (FM). Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo , SP, Brazil
Associated scholarship(s):19/13620-3 - Is there a reliable reference value for blood vitamin a in children?, BE.EP.DR

Abstract

Background: Accurate dietary assessment in children is essential to investigate the associations between diet and disease. The increasing prevalence of obesity, cardiovascular risk factors, diabetes and other diseases with long-term consequences, highlights the relevance to prevent these diseases development since childhood. Therefore, validating dietary assessment methods in children is paramount to identify and primary prevent these diseases. Aim: To validate relatively two questionnaires [24h Dietary Recall (R24h) and Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)] to estimate the habitual consumption of iron, and Fruit and Vegetables (FV) in South American children. Methods: Transversal study in a sample of children (6-10 years) from São Paulo and Teresina (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Lima (Peru). The R24h will be answered 3 times (2 non-consecutive week days, 1 weekend day); and FFQ will be responded twice (15 days interval). To validate these questionnaires blood concentration biomarkers will be used: iron and ferritin (for habitual iron intake); and retinol, beta-carotene, alfa-tocopherol, and ascorbic acid (for habitual FV consumption). Measures of central tendency and dispersion will be used for continuous variables. Pearson's correlation coefficient will be applied to test the validity of methods. Shapiro-Wilk test will be used to check if data show parametric distribution. Otherwise, we will adjust this normality with the logarithmic or quadratic transformation of data. Subsequently, sensitivity test will be done to test possible bias. We will consider 5% of statistical significance.

Scientific publications (4)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
COLLESE, TATIANA SADALLA; FERREIRA DE MORAES, AUGUSTO CESAR; RENDO-URTEAGA, TARA; LUZIA, LIANIA ALVES; DE CARVALHO RONDO, PATRICIA HELEN; LOBO MARCHIONI, DIRCE MARIA; CARVALHO, HERACLITO BARBOSA. The Validity of Children's Fruit and Vegetable Intake Using Plasma Vitamins A, C, and E: The SAYCARE Study. NUTRIENTS, v. 11, n. 8 AUG 2019. Web of Science Citations: 1.
COLLESE, TATIANA SADALLA; FERREIRA DE MORAES, AUGUSTO CESAR; FERNANDEZ-ALVIRA, JUAN MIGUEL; MICHELS, NATHALIE; DE HENAUW, STEFAAN; MANIOS, YANNIS; ANDROUTSOS, ODYSSEAS; KAFATOS, ANTHONY; WIDHALM, KURT; GALFO, MYRIAM; BEGHIN, LAURENT; SJOSTROM, MICHAEL; PEDRERO-CHAMIZO, RAQUEL; CARVALHO, HERACLITO BARBOSA; MORENO, LUIS A.; SANCHEZ, J.; MELENDEZ, P.; FLETA, J.; CASAJUS, J. A.; RODRIGUEZ, G.; TOMAS, C.; MESANA, M. I.; VICENTE-RODRIGUEZ, G.; VILLARROYA, A.; GIL, C. M.; ARA, I.; REVENGA, J.; LACHEN, C.; FERNANDEZ ALVIRA, J.; BUENO, G.; LAZARO, A.; BUENO, O.; LEON, J. F.; MA GARAGORRI, J.; BUENO, M.; IGLESIA, I.; VELASCO, P.; BEL, S.; GRACIA-MARCO, L.; MOURATIDOU, T.; MARCOS, A.; NOVA, E.; GOMEZ, S.; LIGIA DIAZ, E.; ROMEO, J.; VESES, A.; ANGELES PUERTOLLANO, M.; ZAPATERA, B.; POZO, T.; BEGHIN, L.; LIBERSA, C.; GOTTRAND, F.; ILIESCU, C.; VON BERLEPSCH, J.; KERSTING, M.; SICHERT-HELLERT, W.; KOEPPEN, E.; MOLNAR, D.; ERHARDT, E.; CSERNUS, K.; TOROK, K.; BOKOR, S.; ANGSTER; NAGY, E.; KOVACS, O.; REPASI, J.; KAFATOS, A.; CODRINGTON, C.; PLADA, M.; PAPADAKI, A.; SARRI, K.; VISKADOUROU, A.; HATZIS, C.; KIRIAKAKIS, M.; TSIBINOS, G.; VARDAVAS, C.; SBOKOS, M.; PROTOYERAKI, E.; FASOULAKI, M.; STEHLE, P.; PIETRZIK, K.; GONZALEZ-GROSS, M.; BREIDENASSEL, C.; SPINNEKER, A.; AL-TAHAN, J.; SEGOVIANO, M.; BERCHTOLD, A.; BIERSCHBACH, C.; BLATZHEIM, E.; SCHUCH, A.; PICKERT, P.; CASTILLO, M. J.; GUTIERREZ, A.; RUIZ, J. R.; ARTERO, E. G.; ESPANA, V.; JIMENEZ-PAVON, D.; CHILLON, P.; SANCHEZ-MUNOZ, C.; ARCELLA, D.; AZZINI, E.; BARRISON, E.; BEVILACQUA, N.; BUONOCORE, P.; CATASTA, G.; CENSI, L.; CIARAPICA, D.; D'ACAPITO, P.; FERRARI, M.; GALFO, M.; LE DONNE, C.; LECLERCQ, C.; MAIANI, G.; MAURO, B.; MISTURA, L.; PASQUALI, A.; PICCINELLI, R.; POLITO, A.; SPADA, R.; SETTE, S.; ZACCARIA, M.; SCALFI, L.; VITAGLIONE, P.; MONTAGNESE, C.; DE BOURDEAUDHUIJ, I.; DE VRIENDT, T.; MAES, L.; MATTHYS, C.; VEREECKEN, C.; DE MAEYER, M.; OTTEVAERE, C.; HUYBRECHTS, I.; WIDHALM, K.; PHILLIPP, K.; DIETRICH, S.; KUBELKA, B.; BORISS-RIEDL, M.; MANIOS, Y.; GRAMMATIKAKI, E.; BOULOUBASI, Z.; COOK, T. LOUISA; ELEUTHERIOU, S.; CONSTA, O.; MOSCHONIS, G.; KATSAROLI, I.; KRANIOU, G.; PAPOUTSOU, S.; KEKE, D.; PETRAKI, I.; BELLOU, E.; TANAGRA, S.; KALLIANOTI, K.; ARGYROPOULOU, D.; KONDAKI, K.; TSIKRIKA, S.; KARAISKOS, C.; DALLONGEVILLE, J.; MEIRHAEGHE, A.; SJOSTROM, M.; RUIZ, J.; ORTEGA, F. B.; HAGSTROMER, M.; HALLSTROM, L.; PATTERSON, E.; KWAK, L.; WARNBERG, J.; RIZZO, N.; WENNLOF, A. HURTIG; SANCHEZ-MOLERO, J.; PICO, E.; NAVARRO, M.; VIADEL, B.; CARRERES, J. E.; MERINO, G.; SANJUAN, R.; LORENTE, M.; SANCHEZ, M. J.; CASTELLO, S.; GILBERT, C.; THOMAS, S.; ALLCHURCH, E.; BURGUESS, P.; HALL, G.; ASTROM, A.; SVERKEN, A.; BROBERG, A.; MASSON, A.; LEHOUX, C.; BRABANT, P.; PATE, P.; FONTAINE, L.; SEBOK, A.; KUTI, T.; HEGYI, A.; MALDONADO, C.; LLORENTE, A.; GARCIA, E.; VON FIRCKS, H.; HALLBERG, M. LILJA; MESSERER, M.; LARSSON, M.; FREDRIKSSON, H.; ADAMSSON, V.; BORJESSON, I.; FERNANDEZ, L.; SMILLIE, L.; WILLS, J.; GONZALEZ GROSS, MARCELA; VALTUENA, JARA; JIMENEZ-PAVON, DAVID; ALBERS, ULRIKE; PEDRERO, RAQUEL; PALACIOS, GONZALO; MELENDEZ, AGUSTIN; BENITO, PEDRO J.; GOMEZ LORENTE, JUAN JOSE; CANADA, DAVID; URZANQUI, ALEJANDRO; CARLOS ORTIZ, JUAN; FUENTES, FRANCISCO; MARIA TORRES, ROSA; NAVARRO, PALOMA; GRP, HELENA STUDY. How do energy balance-related behaviors cluster in adolescents?. International Journal of Public Health, v. 64, n. 2, SI, p. 195-208, MAR 2019. Web of Science Citations: 0.
COLLESE, TATIANA S.; VATAVUK-SERRATI, GABRIELA; NASCIMENTO-FERREIRA, MARCUS VINICIUS; FERREIRA DE MORAES, AUGUSTO CESAR; CARVALHO, HERACLITO BARBOSA. What is the Validity of Questionnaires Assessing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Children when Compared with Blood Biomarkers? A Meta-Analysis. NUTRIENTS, v. 10, n. 10 OCT 2018. Web of Science Citations: 2.
SARAVIA, LUISA; GONZALEZ-ZAPATA, LAURA I.; RENDO-URTEAGA, TARA; RAMOS, JAMILE; COLLESE, TATIANA SADALLA; BOVE, ISABEL; DELGADO, CARLOS; TELLO, FLORENCIA; IGLESIA, IRIS; GONCALVES SOUSA, EDERSON DASSLER; FERREIRA DE MORAES, AUGUSTO CESAR; CARVALHO, HERACLITO BARBOSA; MORENO, LUIS A. Development of a Food Frequency Questionnaire for Assessing Dietary Intake in Children and Adolescents in South America. OBESITY, v. 26, n. 1, SI, p. S31-S40, MAR 2018. Web of Science Citations: 2.

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