Authors of a recent study finding that underreporting of calorie intake by participants in observational studies based on surveillance data focusing on nutrition and obesity may present a problem to governments and scientists who use such flawed data to set health policy or to test hypotheses. But others disagree.
People who respond to surveys based on 24-hour dietary recall have a tendency to overstate the amount of the “good” foods or water they consume and to understate the amount of “bad” foods they ingest.
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