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Validity of the dietary reference intakes for determining energy requirements in older adults

Didace Ndahimana et al.
Used Parameters : FFM, BFM, PBF

Publication Year : 2019

Country : Korea

Journal : Nutrition Research and Practice

RESULTS In men, the DRI equation had a− 7.2% bias and accurately predicted the EER (meaning EER values within±10% of the measured TEE) for 64% of the subjects, whereas our developed equation had a bias of− 0.1% and an accuracy rate of 84%. In women, the bias was− 6.6% for the DRI equation and 0.2% for our developed equation, and the accuracy rate was 74% and 83%, respectively. The predicted EER was strongly correlated with the measured TEE, for both the DRI equations and our developed equations (Pearson's …
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