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Capturing health and eating status through a nutritional perception screening questionnaire (NPSQ9) in a randomised internet-based personalised nutrition intervention : the Food4Me study. / San-Cristobal, Rodrigo; Navas-Carretero, Santiago; Celis-Morales, Carlos; Livingstone, Katherine M; Stewart-Knox, Barbara; Rankin, Audrey; Macready, Anna L; Fallaize, Rosalind; O'Donovan, Clare B; Forster, Hannah; Woolhead, Clara; Walsh, Marianne C; Lambrinou, Christina P; Moschonis, George; Manios, Yannis; Jarosz, Miroslaw; Daniel, Hannelore; Gibney, Eileen R; Brennan, Lorraine; Gundersen, Thomas E; Drevon, Christian A; Gibney, Mike; Marsaux, Cyril F M; Saris, Wim H M; Lovegrove, Julie A; Frewer, Lynn J; Mathers, John C; Martinez, J Alfredo; Food4Me Study.

In: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Vol. 14, No. 1, 11.12.2017, p. 168.

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San-Cristobal, R, Navas-Carretero, S, Celis-Morales, C, Livingstone, KM, Stewart-Knox, B, Rankin, A, Macready, AL, Fallaize, R, O'Donovan, CB, Forster, H, Woolhead, C, Walsh, MC, Lambrinou, CP, Moschonis, G, Manios, Y, Jarosz, M, Daniel, H, Gibney, ER, Brennan, L, Gundersen, TE, Drevon, CA, Gibney, M, Marsaux, CFM, Saris, WHM, Lovegrove, JA, Frewer, LJ, Mathers, JC, Martinez, JA & Food4Me Study 2017, 'Capturing health and eating status through a nutritional perception screening questionnaire (NPSQ9) in a randomised internet-based personalised nutrition intervention: the Food4Me study', International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 168. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12966-017-0624-6

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San-Cristobal, R., Navas-Carretero, S., Celis-Morales, C., Livingstone, K. M., Stewart-Knox, B., Rankin, A., Macready, A. L., Fallaize, R., O'Donovan, C. B., Forster, H., Woolhead, C., Walsh, M. C., Lambrinou, C. P., Moschonis, G., Manios, Y., Jarosz, M., Daniel, H., Gibney, E. R., Brennan, L., ... Food4Me Study (2017). Capturing health and eating status through a nutritional perception screening questionnaire (NPSQ9) in a randomised internet-based personalised nutrition intervention: the Food4Me study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14(1), 168. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12966-017-0624-6

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San-Cristobal, Rodrigo ; Navas-Carretero, Santiago ; Celis-Morales, Carlos ; Livingstone, Katherine M ; Stewart-Knox, Barbara ; Rankin, Audrey ; Macready, Anna L ; Fallaize, Rosalind ; O'Donovan, Clare B ; Forster, Hannah ; Woolhead, Clara ; Walsh, Marianne C ; Lambrinou, Christina P ; Moschonis, George ; Manios, Yannis ; Jarosz, Miroslaw ; Daniel, Hannelore ; Gibney, Eileen R ; Brennan, Lorraine ; Gundersen, Thomas E ; Drevon, Christian A ; Gibney, Mike ; Marsaux, Cyril F M ; Saris, Wim H M ; Lovegrove, Julie A ; Frewer, Lynn J ; Mathers, John C ; Martinez, J Alfredo ; Food4Me Study. / Capturing health and eating status through a nutritional perception screening questionnaire (NPSQ9) in a randomised internet-based personalised nutrition intervention : the Food4Me study. In: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 2017 ; Vol. 14, No. 1. pp. 168.

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abstract = "BACKGROUND: National guidelines emphasize healthy eating to promote wellbeing and prevention of non-communicable diseases. The perceived healthiness of food is determined by many factors affecting food intake. A positive perception of healthy eating has been shown to be associated with greater diet quality. Internet-based methodologies allow contact with large populations. Our present study aims to design and evaluate a short nutritional perception questionnaire, to be used as a screening tool for assessing nutritional status, and to predict an optimal level of personalisation in nutritional advice delivered via the Internet.METHODS: Data from all participants who were screened and then enrolled into the Food4Me proof-of-principle study (n = 2369) were used to determine the optimal items for inclusion in a novel screening tool, the Nutritional Perception Screening Questionnaire-9 (NPSQ9). Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses were performed on anthropometric and biochemical data and on dietary indices acquired from participants who had completed the Food4Me dietary intervention (n = 1153). Baseline and intervention data were analysed using linear regression and linear mixed regression, respectively.RESULTS: A final model with 9 NPSQ items was validated against the dietary intervention data. NPSQ9 scores were inversely associated with BMI (β = -0.181, p < 0.001) and waist circumference (Β = -0.155, p < 0.001), and positively associated with total carotenoids (β = 0.198, p < 0.001), omega-3 fatty acid index (β = 0.155, p < 0.001), Healthy Eating Index (HEI) (β = 0.299, p < 0.001) and Mediterranean Diet Score (MDS) (β = 0. 279, p < 0.001). Findings from the longitudinal intervention study showed a greater reduction in BMI and improved dietary indices among participants with lower NPSQ9 scores.CONCLUSIONS: Healthy eating perceptions and dietary habits captured by the NPSQ9 score, based on nine questionnaire items, were associated with reduced body weight and improved diet quality. Likewise, participants with a lower score achieved greater health improvements than those with higher scores, in response to personalised advice, suggesting that NPSQ9 may be used for early evaluation of nutritional status and to tailor nutritional advice.TRIAL REGISTRATION: NCT01530139 .",
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T1 - Capturing health and eating status through a nutritional perception screening questionnaire (NPSQ9) in a randomised internet-based personalised nutrition intervention

T2 - the Food4Me study

AU - San-Cristobal, Rodrigo

AU - Navas-Carretero, Santiago

AU - Celis-Morales, Carlos

AU - Livingstone, Katherine M

AU - Stewart-Knox, Barbara

AU - Rankin, Audrey

AU - Macready, Anna L

AU - Fallaize, Rosalind

AU - O'Donovan, Clare B

AU - Forster, Hannah

AU - Woolhead, Clara

AU - Walsh, Marianne C

AU - Lambrinou, Christina P

AU - Moschonis, George

AU - Manios, Yannis

AU - Jarosz, Miroslaw

AU - Daniel, Hannelore

AU - Gibney, Eileen R

AU - Brennan, Lorraine

AU - Gundersen, Thomas E

AU - Drevon, Christian A

AU - Gibney, Mike

AU - Marsaux, Cyril F M

AU - Saris, Wim H M

AU - Lovegrove, Julie A

AU - Frewer, Lynn J

AU - Mathers, John C

AU - Martinez, J Alfredo

AU - Food4Me Study

PY - 2017/12/11

Y1 - 2017/12/11

N2 - BACKGROUND: National guidelines emphasize healthy eating to promote wellbeing and prevention of non-communicable diseases. The perceived healthiness of food is determined by many factors affecting food intake. A positive perception of healthy eating has been shown to be associated with greater diet quality. Internet-based methodologies allow contact with large populations. Our present study aims to design and evaluate a short nutritional perception questionnaire, to be used as a screening tool for assessing nutritional status, and to predict an optimal level of personalisation in nutritional advice delivered via the Internet.METHODS: Data from all participants who were screened and then enrolled into the Food4Me proof-of-principle study (n = 2369) were used to determine the optimal items for inclusion in a novel screening tool, the Nutritional Perception Screening Questionnaire-9 (NPSQ9). Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses were performed on anthropometric and biochemical data and on dietary indices acquired from participants who had completed the Food4Me dietary intervention (n = 1153). Baseline and intervention data were analysed using linear regression and linear mixed regression, respectively.RESULTS: A final model with 9 NPSQ items was validated against the dietary intervention data. NPSQ9 scores were inversely associated with BMI (β = -0.181, p < 0.001) and waist circumference (Β = -0.155, p < 0.001), and positively associated with total carotenoids (β = 0.198, p < 0.001), omega-3 fatty acid index (β = 0.155, p < 0.001), Healthy Eating Index (HEI) (β = 0.299, p < 0.001) and Mediterranean Diet Score (MDS) (β = 0. 279, p < 0.001). Findings from the longitudinal intervention study showed a greater reduction in BMI and improved dietary indices among participants with lower NPSQ9 scores.CONCLUSIONS: Healthy eating perceptions and dietary habits captured by the NPSQ9 score, based on nine questionnaire items, were associated with reduced body weight and improved diet quality. Likewise, participants with a lower score achieved greater health improvements than those with higher scores, in response to personalised advice, suggesting that NPSQ9 may be used for early evaluation of nutritional status and to tailor nutritional advice.TRIAL REGISTRATION: NCT01530139 .

AB - BACKGROUND: National guidelines emphasize healthy eating to promote wellbeing and prevention of non-communicable diseases. The perceived healthiness of food is determined by many factors affecting food intake. A positive perception of healthy eating has been shown to be associated with greater diet quality. Internet-based methodologies allow contact with large populations. Our present study aims to design and evaluate a short nutritional perception questionnaire, to be used as a screening tool for assessing nutritional status, and to predict an optimal level of personalisation in nutritional advice delivered via the Internet.METHODS: Data from all participants who were screened and then enrolled into the Food4Me proof-of-principle study (n = 2369) were used to determine the optimal items for inclusion in a novel screening tool, the Nutritional Perception Screening Questionnaire-9 (NPSQ9). Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses were performed on anthropometric and biochemical data and on dietary indices acquired from participants who had completed the Food4Me dietary intervention (n = 1153). Baseline and intervention data were analysed using linear regression and linear mixed regression, respectively.RESULTS: A final model with 9 NPSQ items was validated against the dietary intervention data. NPSQ9 scores were inversely associated with BMI (β = -0.181, p < 0.001) and waist circumference (Β = -0.155, p < 0.001), and positively associated with total carotenoids (β = 0.198, p < 0.001), omega-3 fatty acid index (β = 0.155, p < 0.001), Healthy Eating Index (HEI) (β = 0.299, p < 0.001) and Mediterranean Diet Score (MDS) (β = 0. 279, p < 0.001). Findings from the longitudinal intervention study showed a greater reduction in BMI and improved dietary indices among participants with lower NPSQ9 scores.CONCLUSIONS: Healthy eating perceptions and dietary habits captured by the NPSQ9 score, based on nine questionnaire items, were associated with reduced body weight and improved diet quality. Likewise, participants with a lower score achieved greater health improvements than those with higher scores, in response to personalised advice, suggesting that NPSQ9 may be used for early evaluation of nutritional status and to tailor nutritional advice.TRIAL REGISTRATION: NCT01530139 .

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