Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Correlation Between Daily Nutrient Intake Assessed by 7-Day Food Records and Biomarkers of Dietary Intake Among Participants of the NU-AGE Study

Rita Ostan, Giulia Guidarelli, Enrico Giampieri, Catia Lanzarini, Agnes A.M. Berendsen, Olga Januszko, Amy Jennings, Noëlle Lyon, Elodie Caumon, Rachel Gillings, Ewa Sicinska, Nathalie Meunier, Edith J.M. Feskens, Barbara Pietruszka, Lisette C.P.G.M. de Groot, Susan Fairweather-Tait, Miriam Capri, Claudio Franceschi, Aurelia Santoro

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Methods for measuring diet composition and quantifying nutrient intake with sufficient validity are essential to study the association between nutrition and health outcomes and risk of diseases. 7-day food records provides a quantification of food actually and currently consumed and is interesting for its use in intervention studies to monitor diet in a short-term period and to guide participants toward changing their intakes. The objective of this study is to analyze the correlation/association between the daily intake of selected nutrients (collected by a 7-day food records plus a mineral/vitamin supplementation questionnaire) and estimates of energy expenditure as well as blood and urine biomarkers of dietary intakes in 1,140 healthy elderly subjects (65–79 years) at baseline of the NU-AGE intervention study (NCT01754012, clinicaltrials.gov). The results show that: the daily intake of energy correlated significantly with predicted total energy expenditure (pTEE) (ρ = 0.459, p < 0.001, and q < 0.001); protein intake correlated significantly with the ratio of 24 h urinary urea to creatinine excretion (ρ = 0.143 for total protein intake, ρ = 0.296 for animal protein intake, and ρ = 0.359 for protein intake/body weight, p < 0.001 and q < 0.001 for each correlation); vitamin B12 and folate intakes correlated significantly with their serum concentrations (ρ = 0.151 and ρ = 0.363, respectively; p < 0.001 and q < 0.001 for each correlation); sodium and potassium intakes correlated significantly with their 24 h urinary excretion (ρ = 0.298 and ρ = 0.123, respectively; p < 0.001 and q < 0.001 for each correlation); vitamin B12 and folate intakes were negatively associated with plasma homocysteine measure (p = 0.001 and p = 0.004, respectively); stratifying subjects by gender, the correlations between energy intake and pTEE and between potassium intake and its 24 h urinary excretion lost their significance in women. Even if the plasma and urinary levels of these nutrients depend on several factors, the significant correlations between daily reported intake of nutrients (protein, vitamin B12, folate, and sodium) and their blood/urinary markers confirmed that the 7-day food records (plus a supplementation questionnaire) provides reliable data to evaluate short-term current dietary intake in European elderly subjects and it can be exploited to guide and monitor NU-AGE participants through the shift of their diet according NU-AGE recommendations.
LanguageEnglish
Article number1359
JournalFrontiers in Physiology
Volume9
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Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2018

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Diet Records
Cross-Sectional Studies
Biomarkers
Food
Vitamin B 12
Folic Acid
Energy Metabolism
Diet
Energy Intake
Proteins
Potassium
Sodium
Homocysteine
Vitamins
Minerals
Urea
Creatinine
Healthy Volunteers
Body Weight
Urine

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Ostan, Rita ; Guidarelli, Giulia ; Giampieri, Enrico ; Lanzarini, Catia ; Berendsen, Agnes A.M. ; Januszko, Olga ; Jennings, Amy ; Lyon, Noëlle ; Caumon, Elodie ; Gillings, Rachel ; Sicinska, Ewa ; Meunier, Nathalie ; Feskens, Edith J.M. ; Pietruszka, Barbara ; de Groot, Lisette C.P.G.M. ; Fairweather-Tait, Susan ; Capri, Miriam ; Franceschi, Claudio ; Santoro, Aurelia. / Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Correlation Between Daily Nutrient Intake Assessed by 7-Day Food Records and Biomarkers of Dietary Intake Among Participants of the NU-AGE Study. In: Frontiers in Physiology. 2018 ; Vol. 9.
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Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Correlation Between Daily Nutrient Intake Assessed by 7-Day Food Records and Biomarkers of Dietary Intake Among Participants of the NU-AGE Study. / Ostan, Rita; Guidarelli, Giulia; Giampieri, Enrico; Lanzarini, Catia; Berendsen, Agnes A.M.; Januszko, Olga; Jennings, Amy; Lyon, Noëlle; Caumon, Elodie; Gillings, Rachel; Sicinska, Ewa; Meunier, Nathalie; Feskens, Edith J.M.; Pietruszka, Barbara; de Groot, Lisette C.P.G.M.; Fairweather-Tait, Susan; Capri, Miriam; Franceschi, Claudio; Santoro, Aurelia.

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