Nutritional Epidemiology


Nutritional epidemiology studies dietary and nutritional factors in reference to disease occurrence at a population level. Nutritional epidemiology which is a new field of medical research that shows and studies the relationship between nutrition and health. It is a young discipline in epidemiology that is continuing to grow in relevance to present-day health concerns. Diet and physical activity are difficult to measure accurately, which can partly explain why nutrition has received less attention than other risk factors for disease in epidemiology.

Nutritional epidemiology uses knowledge from nutritional science to assist in the understanding of human nutrition and therefore the explanation of basic underlying mechanisms. Nutritional science information is additionally utilized in the development of nutritional epidemiological studies and interventions including clinical, case-control and cohort studies. Nutritional epidemiological methods are developed to study the relationship between diet and disease.


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