EI:BMR

AcronymDefinition
EI:BMREnergy Intake to Basal Metabolic Rate (ratio)
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Although three of the four players were identified as possible under-reporters (Ei:BMR < 1.11), these players were also identified with DE behaviour (scored above the designated cut-off in the EAT-26, EDI-BD and/or EDI-DT).
The sensitivity and specificity of the Goldberg cut-off for EI:BMR for identifying diet reports of poor validity.
Table 2 Prevalence of under-reporting among adolescents by household income quintiles (a) Gross annual household income Boys Girls n % n % Don't know/not stated 4 5 13 26 $0-22 499 11 15 11 17 $22 500-37 499 13 17 19 29 $37 500-52 499 4 6 10 18 $52 500-74 999 2 3 9 16 $75 000+ 7 10 10 14 P-value (b) 0.04 0.22 Gross annual household income Total n % Don't know/not stated 17 14 $0-22 499 22 16 $22 500-37 499 32 23 $37 500-52 499 14 12 $52 500-74 999 11 10 $75 000+ 17 12 P-value (b) 0.05 (a) Under-reporting was determined using the ratio energy intake to basal metabolic rate (EI:BMR).