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Table 4 Concurrent validity of the Vienna Food Record against a weighed food record for energy adjusted (per 2500 kcal/d) daily macronutrient intake by gender

From: Reliability and validity of assessing energy and nutrient intake with the Vienna food record: a cross-over randomised study

  VFRa mean (SD) WFRb mean (SD) Mean diff. (%) pc Pearson’s r pd
Men (n = 13)
 Fat (g) 153.6 (48.7) 143.6 (29.0) 10.0 (7) 0.36 0.64 0.02
 Protein (g) 159.8 (39.8) 153.5 (40.1) 6.3 (4) 0.29 0.87 < 0.01
 Carbohydrates (g) 409.8 (64.9) 386.4 (78.8) 23.4 (6) 0.15 0.72 < 0.01
Average    5%   0.74  
Women (n = 22)
 Fat (g) 160.5 (39.0) 155.7 (35.3) 4.8 (3) 0.54 0.52 < 0.01
 Protein (g) 143.8 (25.4) 145.9 (34.7) −2.1 (− 2) 0.79 0.26 0.24
 Carbohydrates (g) 423.5 (82.6) 407.7 (100.3) 15.7 (4) 0.45 0.45 0.03
Average    3%   0.41  
  1. aVienna Food Record, completed over 4 consecutive days including 1 weekend day
  2. bweighed Food Record, completed over 4 consecutive days including 1 weekend day
  3. c2-sided p-value derived from paired t-test
  4. d2-sided p-value derived from Pearson’s correlation