Food pattern modeling

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Food pattern modeling is a method used to evaluate the impact of different dietary patterns on health outcomes. It involves analyzing food consumption data to identify common patterns and then evaluating how these patterns are related to various health outcomes. The results of food pattern modeling can be used to develop dietary recommendations or interventions that can improve health outcomes. This method is particularly useful in understanding the complex relationship between diet and chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.

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