Development of Databases on the Bioactive Components of Food in the U.S.
Project Number: 1235-52000-061-32
Specific Cooperative Agreement
Start Date: Sep 27, 2011
End Date: Aug 30, 2016
The purpose of this agreement is to study and monitor the effects of analytical characteristics of dietary components on health. The study will investigate the role of food and dietary supplements intake patterns, food preparation methods, and/or food and dietary supplements components in human health, primarily related to chronic disease outcomes such as hypertension, diabetes, and obesity. The Cooperator has expertise in human research and dietary patterns associated with chronic disease.
Data for nutrients and other components in foods and/or dietary supplements that are needed to support application of U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans by consumers and others will be periodically updated. Food and dietary supplement composition will be monitored through sampling and analysis as well as literature review. Development of databases may also be involved. The Cooperator will provide expertise in skills needed in food composition, methods, and database development.