Estimating the Burden of Disease Attributable to Low Fruit and Vegetable Intake in South Africa in 2000 (Original Articles) (Survey)

Estimating the Burden of Disease Attributable to Low Fruit and Vegetable Intake in South Africa in 2000 (Original Articles) (Survey)

Objectives. To estimate the burden of disease attributed to low fruit and vegetable intake by sex and age group in South Africa for the year 2000. Design. The analysis follows the World Health Organization comparative risk assessment (CRA) methodology. Population-attributable fractions were calculated from South African prevalence data from dietary surveys and applied to the revised South African burden of disease estimates for 2000. A theoretical maximum distribution of 600 g per day for fruit and vegetable intake was chosen. Monte Carlo simulation-modelling techniques were used for uncertainty analysis.

Estimating the Burden of Disease Attributable to Low Fruit and Vegetable Intake in South Africa in 2000 (Original Articles) (Survey)

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