publication . Article . 2013

Validation of beverage intake methods vs. hydration biomarker: a short review

Nissensohn, Mariela; Ruano, Cristina; Serra-Majem, Lluis;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2013 Journal: Nutrición Hospitalaria, volume 28, issue 6, pages 1,815-1,819 (issn: 0212-1611, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Arán Ediciones, S. L.
Introduction: Fluid intake is difficult to monitor. Biomarkers of beverage intake are able to assess dietary intake / hydration status without the bias of self-reported dietary intake errors and also the intra-individual variability. Various markers have been proposed to assess hydration, however, to date; there is a lack of universally accepted biomarker that reflects changes of hydration status in response to changes in beverage intake. Aim: We conduct a review to find out the questionnaires of beverage intake available in the scientific literature to assess beverage intake and hydration status and their validation against hydration biomarkers. Methods: A scie...
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free text keywords: Agua, Consumo de bebidas, Biomarcadores de hidratación, Water, Beverages intake, Hydration biomarkers, lcsh:Nutritional diseases. Deficiency diseases, lcsh:RC620-627
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