Ballot, D. E., MacPhail, A. P., Bothwell, T. H., Gillooly, M. & Mayet, F. G. (1989). Fortification of curry powder with NaFe (111) EDTA in an iron-deficient population: initial survey of iron status. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 49, 156–161.
Barasi, M. E., Phillips, K. M. & Burr, M. L. (1985). A weighed dietary survey of women in South Wales. Human Nutrition: Applied Nutrition 39A, 189–194.
Barker, M. E., McClean, S. J., McKenna, P. G., Reid, N. G., Strain, J. J., Thompson, K. A., Williamson, A. P. & Wright, M. E. (1989). Diet, Lifestyle and Health in Northern Ireland. Coleraine: University of Ulster.
Beaton, G. H. (1986). Toward harmonization of dietary biochemical and clinical assessments – the meaning of nutritional status and requirements. Nutrition Reviews 44, 349–358.
Bindra, G. S. & Gibson, R. S. (1986). Iron status of predominantly lacto-ovo vegetarian East Indian immigrants to Canada: a model approach. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 44, 643–652.
Bingham, S. A., McNeil, N. I. & Cummings, J. H. (1981). The diet of individuals: a study of a randomly-chosen cross section of British adults in a Cambridgeshire village. British Journal of Nutrition 45, 23–25.
Cook, J. D. (1986). Assessment of iron status. In Proceedings of the XIII International Congress of Nutrition, pp. 526–529 [Taylor, T. G. and Jenkins, N. K., editors]. London: John Libbey & Company Ltd.
Cook, J. D., Skikne, B. S., Lynch, S. R. & Reusser, M. E. (1986). Estimates of iron sufficiency in the US population. Blood 68, 726–731.
Coward, W. A. (1988). The doubly-labelled-water (2H2180) method: principles and practice. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 47, 209–218.
Fehily, A. & Bird, G. (1986). The dietary intakes of women in Caerphilly, South Wales: a weighed and a photographic method compared. Human Nutrition: Applied Nutrition 40A, 300–307.
Fehily, A., Phillips, K. M. & Sweetnam, P. M. (1984). A weighted dietary survey of men in Caerphilly. South Wales. Human Nutrition: Applied Nutrition 38A, 270–275.
Food and Agriculture Organization/World Health Organization/United Nations University (1985). Report of a joint expert consultation. Energy and protein requirements. WHO Technical Report Series no. 724. Geneva: World Health Organization.
Garrow, J. S. (1981). Treat Obesity Seriously: A Clinical Manual. London: Churchill Livingstone.
Gibney, M. J., Moloney, M. & Shelley, E. (1989). The Kilkenny Health Project: food and nutrient intakes in randomly selected health adults. British Journal of Nutrition 61, 129–137.
Kish, L. (1965). Survey Sampling, pp. 398–401. New York: Wiley.
Livingstone, M. B. E., Prentice, A. M., Strain, J. J., Coward, W. A., Black, A. E., Barker, M. E., McKenna, P. G. & Whitehead, R. G. (1990). Accuracy of weighed dietary records in studies of diet and health. British Medical Journal 300, 708–712.
Paul, A. A. & Southgate, D. A. T. (1978). McCance and Widdowson's The Composition of Foods, 4th ed. London: H. M. Stationery Office.
Prentice, A. M., Coward, W. A., Davies, H. L., Murgatroy, P. R., Black, A. E., Goldberg, G. R., Ashford, J., Sawyer, M. & Whitehead, R. G. (1985). Unexpctedly lowlevels of energy expendture in healthy women. Lancet i, 1419–1422.
Schofield, W. N. (1985). Predicting basal metabolic rate, new standards and review of previous work. Human Nutrition: Clinical Nutrition 39C, Suppl. 1, 5–41.
Strain, J. J., Barker, M. E., Thompson, K. A., McKenna, P. G., Williamson, A. P., Wright, M. E., McClean, S. I. & Reid, N. G. (1989). Estimates of iron status in the northern Ireland Population. Proceedings of the Nutriton society 48, 65A.
Strain, J. J., Thompson, K. A., Barker, M. E. & Carville, D. G. M. (1990 a). Iron sufficiency in the populatioj of Northern Ireland: estimates from blood measurement. British Journal of Nutrition 64, 219–224.
Strain, J. J., Thompson, K. A., Barker, M. E. & McKenna, P. G. (1990b). Alcohol consumptionand measurements of iron status. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 49, 23A.
Wiles, S. J., Nettleton, P. A., Black, A. E. & Paul, A. A. (1980). The nutrient composition of some cooked dishes eaten in Britain: a supplementary food consumption table. Journal of Human Nutrition 34, 189–224.