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Adult diet quality indices are shown to predict nutritional adequacy of dietary intake as well as all-cause morbidity and mortality. This study describes the reproducibility and validity of a food-based

Adult diet quality indices are shown to predict nutritional adequacy of dietary intake as well as all-cause morbidity and mortality. This study describes the reproducibility and validity of a food-based diet quality index, the Australian Recommended Food Score (ARFS). ARFS was developed to reflect alignment with the Australian Dietary Guidelines and is modelled on the US Recommended Food Score. Dietary intakes of 96 adult participants (31 male, 65 female) age 30 to 75 years were assessed in two rounds, five months apart.

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    • 2015-02-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/nu7020785
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    Collins, Clare E., Burrows, Tracy L., Rollo, Megan E., Boggess, May M., Watson, Jane F., Guest, Maya, Duncanson, Kerith, Pezdirc, Kristine, & Hutchesson, Melinda J. (2015). The Comparative Validity and Reproducibility of a Diet Quality Index for Adults: The Australian Recommended Food Score. NUTRIENTS, 7(2), 785-798. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/nu7020785

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