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Dietary data within Generation R a population based cohort study from foetal life onwards Workshop EUCCONET, 18-10-2011 Jessica Kiefte-de Jong, MSc Jolien Steenweg-de Graaff, MSc Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Design Generation R. - Prospective cohort design

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Dietary data within generation r a population based cohort study from foetal life onwards

Dietary data within Generation R

a population based cohort study from foetal life onwards

Workshop EUCCONET, 18-10-2011

Jessica Kiefte-de Jong, MSc

Jolien Steenweg-de Graaff, MSc

Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands


Design generation r

Design Generation R

- Prospective cohort design

- From early foetal life

- 9.778 mothers and their children, born 2002-2006

- Urban, multi-ethnic population

- Dietary data:

1. early pregnancy

2. postnatal, child 1 year


1 prenatal dietary data 1

1. Prenatal dietary data (1)

- FFQ in early pregnancy (median 13,5 weeks)

- Nutritional intake in the prior 3 months

- 293 items*, structured according to meal pattern

- Frequency of consumption, portion size, preparation method, additions

- Average daily nutrient intake, 2006 Dutch food composition table

- 7229 questionnaires returned  6402 eligible (3532 Dutch)

- Validation study ongoing

* adapted version of validated FFQ of Klipstein-Grobusch et al., 1998


1 prenatal dietary data 2

1. Prenatal dietary data (2)

- Food groups, Dutch National Food Consumption Survey 2003*

* Hulshof et al., 2003


2 postnatal child food intake 1

2. Postnatal child food intake (1)

- FFQ in toddlers (mean; SD age: 14; 2 months)

- Nutritional intake in the prior month

- 211 items*, structured according to meal pattern

- Frequency of consumption, portion size, preparation method, additions

- Average daily nutrient intake, 2006 Dutch food composition table

  • - N=5088 questionnaires send  3643 eligible (N=2420 Dutch)

  • Validated against 3d-24h recalls in 14 months old children:

  • ICC ranges between 0.4 and 0.7

* adapted version of validated FFQ of Feunekes et al., 1993


2 postnatal child food intake 2

2. Postnatal child food intake (2)


Dietary data within generation r a population based cohort study from foetal life onwards

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