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Peer reviewed scientific article
AuthorsVandevijvere, Stefanie; Geelen, A.; Gonzalez-Gross, M.; Veer, Van't; Dallongeville, J.; Mouratidou, T.; Dekkers, A.; Börnhorst, C.; Breidenassel, C.; Crispim, S.; Moreno, L.; Cuenca-Garcia, M.; Vyncke, Kim; Beghin, L.; Grammatikaki, E.; De Henauw, S.; Calasta, G.; Hallström, M.; Wérnberg, J.; Esperanza, L.; Slimani, N.; Manios, D.; Gilbert, C.; Kafatos, A.; Stehle, P.; Huybrechts, I.
Accurate food and nutrient intake assessment is essential for investigating diet-disease relationships. In the present study, food and nutrient intake assessment among European adolescents using 24 h recalls (mean of two recalls) and a FFQ (separately and the combination of both) were evaluated using concentration biomarkers. Biomarkers included were vitamin C, ß-carotene, DHA+EPA, vitamin B