McGrath, A. J., Hamill, L. L., Cardwell, C. R., Draffin, C. R., Neville, C. E., Appleton, K., McEneny, J., McKinley, M. C., Young, I. S. and Woodside, J. V., 2016. Combining vitamin C and carotenoid biomarkers better predicts fruit and vegetable intake than individual biomarkers in dietary intervention studies. European Journal of Nutrition, 55 (4), pp. 1377-1388.
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The aim of this study was to determine whether combining potential biomarkers of fruit and vegetables is better at predicting FV intake within FV intervention studies than single biomarkers.
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