Background Diet *

UI Author Year Exposure Dietary Assessment Method ** Food Composition Database *** Internal Calibration (or Validity) of Dietary Assessment? (y/n) If Yes, Provide Data Biomarker Assay **** Analytical Validity of Biomarker Data Reported? (y/n) If Yes, Provide Data Time between Biomarker Sampling and Analysis Season/Date when the biomarker samples were drawn Background exposure data
17622244 Otani 2007 25(OH)D and/or 1,25(OH) 2 D Competitive protein-binding assay with Gc-Globulin modification Intra-assay coefficient of variation (CV)=8.4% (n=9) Inferring 9–14 y (cohort 2) or 12–17 y (cohort 1). (Collected in 1990–1992 for Cohort 1, and 1993–1995 for cohort 2. Last follow-up 12/2003) nd VitD intake (μg/d)
Men: 6.6
Women: 5.3
17622244 Otani 2007 Dietary calcium intake FFQ (Tsubono et al, 2003), 44 items (cohort 1) and 52 items (cohort 2) nd nd Ca intake (mg/d) Men: 455.7 Women: 432.7

Write “nd” if there was no data reported. Please do not leave blank


Please refer to common dietary assessment method table. If other method was used, please describe the detail. Otherwise, please simply use the brief name described in the table


USDA Nutrient Database, Minnesota Food and Nutrient Database (NDSR), Food product manufacturer, McCance and Widdowson’s food table, Country-specific food tables, Other nutrient analysis (please specify)


ONLY biomarker of interest for calcium is calcium balance

From: Appendix C, Evidence Tables: L-Q

Cover of Vitamin D and Calcium
Vitamin D and Calcium: A Systematic Review of Health Outcomes.
Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 183.
Chung M, Balk EM, Brendel M, et al.

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