32nd National Nutrient Databank Conference
May 12 – 14, 2008
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Major Public Health Conditions of Concern: Nutrient Data Needs to Address the Issues
Nutrient Data Needs to Address Vitamin D Insufficiency
Susan Whiting, Division Head and Professor of Nutrition, University of Saskatchewan
Major Public Health Education Tools Utilizing Nutrient Data and/or Nutrient Databases: Here and Abroad
Canadian/US/International Points of Commonality and Divergence: Supplements, Dietary Assessment, and More
Expanding data on the nutrient content of Hispanic/Latino foods in the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference
David B. Haytowitz, USDA/ARS Nutrient Data Lab, U.S.A.
Keeping Up With the Marketplace
Keeping Up With the Marketplace – Updates to the USDA Food and Nutrient Database for Dietary Studies
Janice Bodner-Montville, USDA/ARS Food Surveys Research Group, U.S.A.
Revising fats and oils used in the Food and Nutrient Database for Dietary Studies (FNDDS): approaches and impact
Dietary Assessment Technologies of the Future: The Interface between Food Composition and What People are Eating, A New Arena
Dietary Assessment Technologies of the Future
Suzanne McNutt, Westat, U.S.A.
New Web-Based Technology: The ASA24 Interview
Stephen Hull, Westat, U.S.A.
Issues with the Conversion of an Interviewer-Administered Food Probe Database to Self-Administration in the ASA24
Thea Zimmerman, Westat, U.S.A.
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