Table 1

Reporting accuracy in relation to food pattern group and sex (the Västerbotten Intervention Program 1992-2005).1

Women

Men


Food pattern group (FPG), women (n)

Total

(30,954)

Adequate Reporters

(11,712)

Low Energy Reporters

(19,242)

Food pattern group, (FPG) men (n)

Total

(28,619)

Adequate Reporters

(10,570)

Low energy Reporters

(18,049)


High fat

32.92

35.3

30.8

High fat

29.1

20.2

34.3

(10,061)

1003

41.1

58.9

(8,331)

100

25.6

74.4

Tea & ice cream

25.1

32.8

20.4

Tea, soda, & cookies

40.2

53.6

32.4

(7,770)

100

49.4

50.6

(11,517)

100

49.2

50.8

Coffee & sandwich

28.0

23.1

30.9

Fruit & vegetables

30.7

26.2

33.2

(8,663)

100

31.3

68.7

(8,771)

100

31.6

68.4

Fruit & vegetables

14.4

8.7

17.9

(4,460)

100

22.9

77.1

Total

100

100

100

Total

100

100

100

(30,954)

100

37.8

62.2

(28,619)

100

36.9

63.1


1 Chi-square test used to test differences within sex. All differences are significant at P < 0.001 for both sexes.

2Top number = proportion in relation to reporting accuracy (Total, Adequate Reporters, Low Energy Reporters).

3Bottom number = proportion within FPG.

Hörnell et al. Nutrition Journal 2010 9:48   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-9-48

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