Researchers Database

Takachi Ribeka

    Faculty Division of Human Life and Environmental Sciences Research Group of Food Science and Nutrition Professor
Last Updated :2021/06/02

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Degree

  • Master of Food and Nutritional Science, Tokyo University of Agriculture
  • Ph.D. in Medical Science, Tohoku University

Research Interests

  • 介入研究 減塩 食事評価システム開発 栄養疫学 intervention study dietary salt intake reduction Development of automated self-administered dietary assessment system Nutritional Epidemiology 

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, Home economics, lifestyle science
  • Life sciences, Hygiene and public health (non-laboratory)

Education

  • - 2009, Tohoku University, Graduate School of Medicine, 医科学専攻, Japan
  • - 2005, Graduate School of Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture, 農学研究科, 食品栄養学専攻, Japan
  • - 1994, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Faculty of Agriculture, 栄養学科, Japan

Awards

  • 優秀演題, 2015, JPN
  • 奨励賞, 2009, JPN

Published Papers

  • Association of sugary drink consumption with all-cause and cause-specific mortality: the Japan Public Health Center-based Prospective Study.

    Hsi-Lan Huang; Sarah Krull Abe; Norie Sawada; Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Motoki Iwasaki; Taiki Yamaji; Hiroyasu Iso; Tetsuya Mizoue; Mitsuhiko Noda; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane; for the JPHC; Study Group

    Apr. 2021, Preventive Medicine, in press

  • Sugary drink consumption and subsequent colorectal cancer risk: the Japan Public Health Center-based Prospective Cohort Study

    Leung CY; Abe SK; Sawada N; Ishihara J; Takachi R; Yamaji T; Iwasaki M; Hashizume M; Inoue M; Tsugane S

    Apr. 2021, Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev., 30 (4), 782 - 8

  • 食事調査に用いる料理データベース開発を目的とした男女・年代別の主食の飯および副菜の野菜類のポーションサイズの検討

    高地リベカ; 本多泉美; 石井有里; 丸谷幸子; 石原淳子; 髙田和子

    Mar. 2021, 家政学研究, 67 (2), 43 - 9

  • Body mass index and risk of recurrent falls in community-dwelling Japanese aged 40-74 years: the Murakami cohort study

    Kazutoshi Nakamura; Kaori Kitamura; Yumi Watanabe; Keiko Kabasawa; Akemi Takahashi; Aya Hinata; Toshiko Saito; Ryosaku Kobayashi; Rieko Oshiki; Ribeka Takachi; Shoichiro Tsugane; Masayuki Iki; Ayako Sasaki; Osamu Yamazaki; Kei Watanabe

    Mar. 2021, Geriatrics and Gerontology International, in press

  • Variations in the estimated intake of acrylamide from food in the Japanese population

    Kumiko Kito; Junko Ishihara; Junpei Yamamoto; Takayuki Hosoda; Ayaka Kotemori; Ribeka Takachi; Kazutoshi Nakamura; Junta Tanaka; Taiki Yamaji; Taichi Shimazu; Yuri Ishii; Norie Sawada; Motoki Iwasaki; Hiroyasu Iso; Tomotaka Sobue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Dec. 2020, Nutrition Journal, 19 (1), doi;pubmed;pmc;url;url

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  • Development and validation of nutrient estimates based on a food-photographic record in Japan

    Keigo Saeki; Naoto Otaki; Maiko Kitagawa; Nobuhiro Tone; Ribeka Takachi; Rika Ishizuka; Norio Kurumatani; Kenji Obayashi

    Abstract Background Previous studies have reported that estimates of portion size, energy, and macronutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, and fat based on the food-photographic record closely correlate with directly weighed values. However, the correlation based on a large sample of the test meal with the evidence of many nutrients is yet to be determined. We conducted this study to assess the correlation and difference between the food-photographic record and weighed results for 44 nutrients based on a larger number of test meals than those in previous studies. Methods We assessed the nutrients of test meals using a food-photographic record and direct weighing and compared the results of the two methods. Twenty participants prepared a total of 1163 test meals. Each participant cooked 28–29 different kinds of dishes. Five participants cooked the same dish with their own recipes. For the most commonly consumed 41 dishes, 20 participants served a meal with their usual portion size. For the remaining 73 dishes, five participants served a meal with their usual portion size. An independent researcher weighed each ingredient and calculated the nutrients of the test meals. The participants took photographs of the test meals using a digital camera. Two independent, trained analysts measured the longitudinal and transverse diameters of the food area on the photographs of the test meals, compared the portion size with the reference photographs, and calculated the nutrients based on a database that contained reference photographs. Results Rank correlation coefficients between estimates from the food-photographic record of each test meal and weighed results were high for portion size (r = 0.93), energy (r = 0.93), protein (r = 0.90), fat (r = 0.92), and carbohydrate (r = 0.94), and those for the 44 nutrients ranged from 0.78 to 0.94. We found high reproducibility between the two analysts for all the nutrients (r > 0.90). Conclusions We found a high correlation and small difference between the food-photographic record method and weighed results of a large number of nutrients in many test meals. , Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Dec. 2020, Nutrition Journal, 19 (1), 104, doi;url;url

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  • Association between meat intake and mortality due to all-cause and major causes of death in a Japanese population

    Eiko Saito; Xiaohe Tang; Sarah Krull Abe; Norie Sawada; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Hiroyasu Iso; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Motoki Iwasaki; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Purpose We examined the association between meat intake and mortality due to all-cause and major causes of death using a population-based cohort study in Japan. Methods 87,507 Japanese aged between 45 and 74 years old at 5-year follow-up study were followed for 14.0 years on average. Associations between meat intake and mortality risk were assessed using a Cox proportional hazards model. Results A heavy intake of total meat was associated with a higher risk of all-cause mortality relative to the lowest quartile intake in men (Q4: HR,1.18; 95%CIs, 1.06–1.31). A higher intake of total meat was associated with a lower risk of stroke mortality in women (Q2: HR, 0.70; 95%CIs, 0.51–0.94, Q3: HR, 0.68; 95%CIs, 0.50–0.95, Q4: HR, 0.66; 95%CIs, 0.44–0.99). A heavy intake of red meat was also associated with all-cause mortality (Q4: HR, 1.13; 95%CIs, 1.02–1.26) and heart disease mortality (Q4: HR, 1.51; 95%CIs, 1.11–2.06) in men but not in women. Heavy intake of chicken was inversely associated with cancer mortality in men. Conclusions Heavy intakes of total and red meat were associated with an increase in all-cause and heart disease mortality in men, while total meat intake was associated with a lower risk of stroke mortality in women. , Public Library of Science (PLoS), Dec. 2020, PLOS ONE, 15 (12), e0244007, doi;url

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  • Fermented and nonfermented soy foods and the risk of breast cancer in a Japanese population‐based cohort study

    Ritsuko Shirabe; Eiko Saito; Norie Sawada; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Sarah Krull Abe; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Atsushi Goto; Motoki Iwasaki; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Wiley, Dec. 2020, Cancer Medicine, doi;url;url

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  • Predictors of decline in vitamin D status in middle-aged and elderly individuals: a 5-year follow-up study

    Kazutoshi Nakamura; Kaori Kitamura; Yumi Watanabe; Toshiko Saito; Akemi Takahashi; Ryosaku Kobayashi; Rieko Oshiki; Keiko Kabasawa; Ribeka Takachi; Shoichiro Tsugane; Masayuki Iki; Ayako Sasaki; Kei Watanabe

    AbstractLittle is known about predictors of decline in vitamin D status (vitamin D decline) over time. We aimed to determine demographic and lifestyle variables associated with vitamin D decline by sufficiently controlling for seasonal effects of vitamin D uptake in a middle-aged to elderly population. Using a longitudinal study design within the larger framework of the Murakami Cohort Study, we examined 1044 individuals aged between 40 and 74 years, who provided blood samples at baseline and at 5-year follow-up, the latter of which were taken on a date near the baseline examination (±14 d). Blood 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) concentrations were determined with the Liaison® 25OH Vitamin D Total Assay. A self-administered questionnaire collected demographic, body size and lifestyle information. Vitamin D decline was defined as the lowest tertile of 5-year changes in blood 25(OH)D (Δ25(OH)D) concentration (<6·7 nmol/l). Proportions of those with vitamin D decline were 182/438 (41·6 %) in men and 166/606 (27·4 %) in women (P < 0·0001). In men, risk of vitamin D decline was significantly lower in those with an outdoor occupation (P = 0·0099) and those with the highest quartile of metabolic equivalent score (OR 0·34; 95 % CI 0·14, 0·83), and higher in those with ‘university or higher’ levels of education (OR 2·92; 95 % CI 1·04, 8·19). In women, risk of vitamin D decline tended to be lower with higher levels of vitamin D intake (Pfor trend = 0·0651) and green tea consumption (Pfor trend = 0·0025). Predictors of vitamin D decline differ by sex, suggesting that a sex-dependent intervention may help to maintain long-term vitamin D levels., Cambridge University Press (CUP), 14 Oct. 2020, British Journal of Nutrition, 124 (7), 729 - 735, doi;pubmed;url

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  • Short-Term Effects of Salt Restriction via Home Dishes Do Not Persist in the Long Term: A Randomized Control Study

    Sachiko Maruya; Ribeka Takachi; Maki Kanda; Misako Nakadate; Junko Ishihara

    Salt intake reduction is crucial to prevent non-communicable diseases (NCDs) globally. This study aimed to investigate the short- and long-term effects of monitoring salt concentration in homemade dishes on reducing salt intake in a Japanese population. A double-blind randomized controlled trial using a 2 × 2 factorial design with two interventions was conducted in 195 participants; they were assigned to both interventions for a group monitoring salt concentration in soups (control: no monitoring) and a group using low-sodium seasoning (control: regular seasoning). We evaluated 24-hour urinary sodium excretions at baseline and after a three-month intervention for the changes as major outcomes, at six- and twelve-months after baseline as long-term follow-up surveys. Urinary sodium excretion decreased in both intervention and control groups after the intervention. However, differences in the change for both monitoring and low-sodium seasoning interventions were statistically non-significant (p = 0.29 and 0.52, respectively). Urinary sodium excretion returned to the baseline level after twelve-months for all groups. Monitoring of salt concentration is ineffective in reducing salt intake for short- and long-term among the people studied in this cohort., MDPI AG, Oct. 2020, Nutrients, 12 (10), 3034 - 3034, doi;url

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  • Comparison between the impact of fermented and unfermented soy intake on the risk of liver cancer: the JPHC Study

    Sarah Krull Abe; Norie Sawada; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Nagisa Mori; Taiki Yamaji; Taichi Shimazu; Atsushi Goto; Motoki Iwasaki; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 27 Jul. 2020, European Journal of Nutrition, doi;url;url

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  • Soy Food Intake and Pancreatic Cancer Risk: The Japan Public Health Center–based Prospective Study

    Yoko Yamagiwa; Norie Sawada; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Atsushi Goto; Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Motoki Iwasaki; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), Jun. 2020, Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention, 29 (6), 1214 - 1221, doi;pubmed;url

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  • Dietary calcium and vitamin K are associated with osteoporotic fracture risk in middle-aged and elderly Japanese women, but not men: the Murakami Cohort Study

    Kseniia Platonova; Kaori Kitamura; Yumi Watanabe; Ribeka Takachi; Toshiko Saito; Keiko Kabasawa; Akemi Takahashi; Ryosaku Kobayashi; Rieko Oshiki; Aleksandr Solovev; Masayuki Iki; Shoichiro Tsugane; Ayako Sasaki; Osamu Yamazaki; Kei Watanabe; Kazutoshi Nakamura

    Abstract Although dietary Ca, vitamin D and vitamin K are nutritional factors associated with osteoporosis, little is known about their effects on incident osteoporotic fractures in East Asian populations. This study aimed to determine whether intakes of these nutrients predict incident osteoporotic fractures. We adopted a cohort study design with a 5-year follow-up. Subjects were 12 794 community-dwelling individuals (6301 men and 6493 women) aged 40–74 years. Dietary intakes of Ca, vitamin D and vitamin K were assessed with a validated FFQ. Covariates were demographic and lifestyle factors. All incident cases of major osteoporotic limb fractures, including those of the distal forearm, neck of humerus, neck or trochanter of femur and lumbar or thoracic spine were collected. Hazard ratios (HR) for energy-adjusted Ca, vitamin D and vitamin K were calculated with the residual method. Mean age was 58·8 (sd 9·3) years. Lower energy-adjusted intakes of Ca and vitamin K in women were associated with higher adjusted HR of total fractures (Pfor trend = 0·005 and 0·08, respectively). When vertebral fracture was the outcome, Pfor trend values for Ca and vitamin K were 0·03 and 0·006, respectively, and HR of the lowest and highest (reference) intake groups were 2·03 (95 % CI 1·08, 3·82) and 2·26 (95 % CI 1·19, 4·26), respectively. In men, there were null associations between incident fractures and each of the three nutrient intakes. Lower intakes of dietary Ca and vitamin K were independent lifestyle-related risk factors for osteoporotic fracture in women but not men. These associations were robust for vertebral fractures, but not for limb fractures., Cambridge University Press (CUP), 07 May 2020, British Journal of Nutrition, doi;pubmed;url

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  • Associations between changes in fruit and vegetable consumption and weight change in Japanese adults

    Calistus Wilunda; Norie Sawada; Atsushi Goto; Taiki Yamaji; Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Nagisa Mori; Ayaka Kotemori; Motoki Iwasaki; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 06 Apr. 2020, European Journal of Nutrition, doi;pubmed;url;url

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  • Study Design and Baseline Profiles of Participants in the Uonuma CKD Cohort Study in Niigata, Japan

    Keiko Kabasawa; Junta Tanaka; Kazutoshi Nakamura; Yumi Ito; Kinya Yoshida; Ribeka Takachi; Norie Sawada; Shoichiro Tsugane; Ichiei Narita

    Japan Epidemiological Association, 05 Apr. 2020, Journal of Epidemiology, 30 (4), 170 - 176, doi;url

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  • Total physical activity and risk of chronic low back and knee pain in middle‐aged and elderly Japanese people: The Murakami cohort study

    Aleksandr Solovev; Yumi Watanabe; Kaori Kitamura; Akemi Takahashi; Ryosaku Kobayashi; Toshiko Saito; Ribeka Takachi; Keiko Kabasawa; Rieko Oshiki; Kseniia Platonova; Shoichiro Tsugane; Masayuki Iki; Ayako Sasaki; Osamu Yamazaki; Kei Watanabe; Kazutoshi Nakamura

    Wiley, Apr. 2020, European Journal of Pain, 24 (4), 863 - 872, doi;pubmed;url;url

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  • Doneness preferences, meat and meat-derived heterocyclic amines intake, and N-acetyltransferase 2 polymorphisms: Association with Colorectal Adenoma in Japanese Brazilians.

    Sanjeev Budhathoki; Motoki Iwasaki; Taiki Yamaji; Gerson S. Hamada; Nelson T. Miyajima; Jose C. Zampieri; Sangita Sharma; Mohammadreza Pakseresht; Fariba Kolahdooz; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Hadrien Charvat; Loïic Le Marchand; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health), Jan. 2020, European Journal of Cancer Prevention, 29 (1), 7 - 14, doi;pubmed;pmc;url

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  • Association of estimated dietary acid load with albuminuria in Japanese adults: a cross-sectional study

    Keiko Kabasawa; Michihiro Hosojima; Ribeka Takachi; Kazutoshi Nakamura; Yumi Ito; Akihiko Saito; Norie Sawada; Shoichiro Tsugane; Junta Tanaka; Ichiei Narita

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Dec. 2019, BMC Nephrology, 20 (1), 194, doi;url;url

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  • Association of Animal and Plant Protein Intake With All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality in a Japanese Cohort

    Sanjeev Budhathoki; Norie Sawada; Motoki Iwasaki; Taiki Yamaji; Atsushi Goto; Ayaka Kotemori; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Hadrien Charvat; Tetsuya Mizoue; Hiroyasu Iso; Shoichiro Tsugane

    American Medical Association (AMA), 01 Nov. 2019, JAMA Internal Medicine, 179 (11), 1509 - 1509, doi;pubmed;pmc;url

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  • Modifiable factors associated with symptomatic knee osteoarthritis: The Murakami cohort study

    Ryoya Takiguchi; Rintaro Komatsu; Kaori Kitamura; Yumi Watanabe; Akemi Takahashi; Ryosaku Kobayashi; Rieko Oshiki; Toshiko Saito; Keiko Kabasawa; Ribeka Takachi; Shoichiro Tsugane; Masayuki Iki; Ayako Sasaki; Osamu Yamazaki; Kazutoshi Nakamura

    Elsevier BV, Oct. 2019, Maturitas, 128, 53 - 59, doi;pubmed

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  • Cruciferous vegetable intake and colorectal cancer risk

    Nagisa Mori; Norie Sawada; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Atsushi Goto; Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Motoki Iwasaki; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health), Sep. 2019, European Journal of Cancer Prevention, 28 (5), 420 - 427, doi;pubmed;url

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  • The effect of educational background music on reducing salt intake at a university canteen.

    Maruya S; Sato Y; Nakai H; Takachi R

    Aug. 2019, Open Access J Public Health., 2 (4), 028, url

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  • Fruit and vegetable intake and pancreatic cancer risk in a population‐based cohort study in Japan

    Yoko Yamagiwa; Norie Sawada; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Atsushi Goto; Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Motoki Iwasaki; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Wiley, 15 Apr. 2019, International Journal of Cancer, 144 (8), 1858 - 1866, doi;pubmed;url;url

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  • Cruciferous vegetable intake and mortality in middle-aged adults: A prospective cohort study

    Nagisa Mori; Taichi Shimazu; Hadrien Charvat; Michihiro Mutoh; Norie Sawada; Motoki Iwasaki; Taiki Yamaji; Manami Inoue; Atsushi Goto; Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Mitsuhiko Noda; Hiroyasu Iso; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Elsevier BV, Apr. 2019, Clinical Nutrition, 38 (2), 631 - 643, doi

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  • Validity and Reproducibility of a Self-Administered Food Frequency Questionnaire for the Assessment of Sugar Intake in Middle-Aged Japanese Adults

    Rieko Kanehara; Atsushi Goto; Ayaka Kotemori; Nagisa Mori; Ari Nakamura; Norie Sawada; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Yukari Kawano; Motoki Iwasaki; Shoichiro Tsugane

    We evaluated the validity and reproducibility of estimated sugar intakes using a food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) among middle-aged Japanese adults in the Japan Public Health Centre-Based Prospective (JPHC) study. In subsamples of the JPHC study (Cohorts I and II in multiple areas), we computed Spearman’s correlations of FFQ results with urine sugar concentrations and dietary records (DR) for validity; we evaluated correlations between two FFQs for reproducibility. During 1994–1998, participants (Cohort I: n = 27 [men], n = 45 [women]) provided two (spring and fall) 24-h urine samples and completed 7-consecutive-day DR per season (I: n = 99, n = 113; II: n = 168, n = 171) and two FFQs (147 food items) at yearly intervals (I: n = 101, n = 108; II: n = 143, n = 146). Sugar intakes from FFQ were correlated with urinary sugar (de-attenuated correlations: 0.40; 95%CI: 0.19, 0.58). After adjustment for sociodemographic and lifestyle variables, correlations between FFQ and DR for men and women were 0.57 (0.42, 0.69) and 0.41 (0.24, 0.55) (I) and 0.56 (0.44, 0.65) and 0.34 (0.20, 0.47) (II), respectively. Correlations between FFQs for men and women were 0.63 (0.49, 0.73) and 0.55 (0.41, 0.67) (I) and 0.66 (0.55, 0.74) and 0.63 (0.52, 0.72) (II). In conclusion, our study showed moderate FFQ validity and reproducibility for sugar intake evaluation., MDPI AG, 05 Mar. 2019, Nutrients, 11 (3), 554 - 554, doi;pubmed;pmc;url

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  • Food frequency questionnaire reproducibility for middle-aged and elderly Japanese.

    Koutatsu Maruyama; Ai Ikeda; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Norie Sawada; Taichi Shimazu; Kazutoshi Nakamura; Junta Tanaka; Taiki Yamaji; Motoki Iwasaki; Hiroyasu Iso; Shoichiro Tsugane

    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to examine the reproducibility of a self-administered food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) originally developed for the Japan Public Health Center-Based Prospective Study (JPHC study) and modified for use in the Next Generation (JPHC-NEXT) study. METHODS AND STUDY DESIGN: Participants included 98 men and 142 women aged 40-74 years from the five areas included in the JPHCNEXT protocol. In November 2012, participants were recruited and asked to complete the first nutrition survey. The second nutrition survey was completed after 1 year. RESULTS: We estimated daily energy as well as 53 nutrient and 29 food group intakes using the FFQ. To assess reproducibility, we calculated Spearman correlation coefficients between both FFQs, which showed mostly intermediate-to-high values. Median (range) correlation coefficients and quartile distribution in the same and adjacent categories for energy-adjusted nutrient intakes were 0.55 (0.42-0.84) and 84.7% (76.5%-98.0%) in men and 0.54 (0.35-0.80) and 84.5% (76.1%-94.4%) in women. The respective values for energy-adjusted food group intakes in men and women were also mostly intermediate to high: 0.54 (0.39-0.79) and 83.7% (75.5%-90.8%) in men and 0.57 (0.40-0.83) and 84.5% (77.5%-93.7%) in women. CONCLUSIONS: The FFQ developed for the JPHC-NEXT study has reasonable reproducibility. Because this FFQ has also been validated in a previous study, it can be considered a useful dietary assessment tool to examine associations between dietary consumption and lifestyle-related diseases., 2019, Asia Pacific journal of clinical nutrition, 28 (2), 362 - 370, True, doi;pubmed

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  • Epidemiological profiles of chronic low back and knee pain in middle-aged and elderly Japanese from the Murakami cohort

    Akemi Takahashi; Kaori Kitamura; Yumi Watanabe; Ryosaku Kobayashi; Toshiko Saito; Ribeka Takachi; Keiko Kabasawa; Rieko Oshiki; Shoichiro Tsugane; Masayuki Iki; Ayako Sasaki; Osamu Yamazaki; Kazutoshi Nakamura

    Informa UK Limited, Dec. 2018, Journal of Pain Research, 11, 3161 - 3169, doi;url

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  • The Murakami Cohort Study of vitamin D for the prevention of musculoskeletal and other age-related diseases: a study protocol

    Kazutoshi Nakamura; Ribeka Takachi; Kaori Kitamura; Toshiko Saito; Ryosaku Kobayashi; Rieko Oshiki; Yumi Watanabe; Keiko Kabasawa; Akemi Takahashi; Shoichiro Tsugane; Masayuki Iki; Ayako Sasaki; Osamu Yamazaki

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Dec. 2018, Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine, 23 (1), 28, doi;url;url

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  • Effect of monitoring salt concentration of home-prepared dishes and using low-sodium seasonings on sodium intake reduction

    Misako Nakadate; Junko Ishihara; Motoki Iwasaki; Kaori Kitamura; Erika Kato; Junta Tanaka; Kazutoshi Nakamura; Takuma Ishihara; Ayumi Shintani; Ribeka Takachi

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Oct. 2018, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 72 (10), 1413 - 1420, doi;url;url

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  • Dietary consumption of antioxidant vitamins and subsequent lung cancer risk: The Japan Public Health Center-based prospective study

    Saki Narita; Eiko Saito; Norie Sawada; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Motoki Iwasaki; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Kenji Shibuya; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Wiley, 15 Jun. 2018, International Journal of Cancer, 142 (12), 2441 - 2460, doi;url

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  • Dietary patterns and prostate cancer risk in Japanese: the Japan Public Health Center-based Prospective Study (JPHC Study)

    Sangah Shin; Eiko Saito; Norie Sawada; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Akiko Nanri; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Motoki Iwasaki; Shizuka Sasazuki; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Jun. 2018, Cancer Causes & Control, 29 (6), 589 - 600, doi;url;url

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  • Dietary patterns and colorectal cancer risk in middle-aged adults: A large population-based prospective cohort study

    Sangah Shin; Eiko Saito; Norie Sawada; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Akiko Nanri; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Motoki Iwasaki; Shizuka Sasazuki; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane; S. Tsugane; JPHC Study group.

    Elsevier BV, Jun. 2018, Clinical Nutrition, 37 (3), 1019 - 1026, doi

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  • Dietary intake of antioxidant vitamins and risk of stroke: the Japan Public Health Center–based Prospective Study

    S Uesugi; J Ishihara; H Iso; N Sawada; R Takachi; M Inoue; S Tsugane

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Oct. 2017, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 71 (10), 1179 - 1185, doi;web_of_science;url;url;url

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  • Weight loss from 20 years of age is associated with cognitive impairment in middle-aged and elderly individuals

    Kaori Kitamura; Yumi Watanabe; Kazutoshi Nakamura; Akemi Takahashi; Ribeka Takachi; Rieko Oshiki; Ryosaku Kobayashi; Toshiko Saito; Shoichiro Tsugane; Ayako Sasaki

    Public Library of Science (PLoS), Oct. 2017, PLOS ONE, 12 (10), e0185960, doi;web_of_science;url

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  • Online version of the self-administered food frequency questionnaire for the Japan Public Health Center-based Prospective Study for the Next Generation (JPHC-NEXT) protocol: Relative validity, usability, and comparison with a printed questionnaire

    Erika Kato; Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Yuri Ishii; Shizuka Sasazuki; Norie Sawada; Motoki Iwasaki; Yurie Shinozawa; Jun Umezawa; Junta Tanaka; Yuta Yokoyama; Kaori Kitamura; Kazutoshi Nakamura; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Japan Epidemiological Association, Sep. 2017, Journal of Epidemiology, 27 (9), 435 - 446, doi;web_of_science

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  • Comparison of weighed food record procedures for the reference methods in two validation studies of food frequency questionnaires

    Yuri Ishii; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Yurie Shinozawa; Nahomi Imaeda; Chiho Goto; Kenji Wakai; Toshiaki Takahashi; Hiroyasu Iso; Kazutoshi Nakamura; Junta Tanaka; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Shizuka Sasazuki; Norie Sawada; Motoki Iwasaki; Haruo Mikami; Kiyonori Kuriki; Mariko Naito; Naoko Okamoto; Fumi Kondo; Satoyo Hosono; Naoko Miyagawa; Etsuko Ozaki; Sakurako Katsuura-Kamano; Keizo Ohnaka; Hinako Nanri; Noriko Tsunematsu-Nakahata; Takamasa Kayama; Ayako Kurihara; Shiomi Kojima; Hideo Tanaka; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Japan Epidemiological Association, Jul. 2017, Journal of Epidemiology, 27 (7), 331 - 337, doi;web_of_science

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  • Cruciferous Vegetable Intake Is Inversely Associated with Lung Cancer Risk among Current Nonsmoking Men in the Japan Public Health Center (JPHC) Study

    Nagisa Mori; Taichi Shimazu; Shizuka Sasazuki; Miho Nozue; Michihiro Mutoh; Norie Sawada; Motoki Iwasaki; Taiki Yamaji; Manami Inoue; Ribeka Takachi; Ayaka Sunami; Junko Ishihara; Tomotaka Sobue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Oxford University Press (OUP), May 2017, The Journal of Nutrition, 147 (5), 841 - 849, doi;web_of_science;url

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  • Fruit and vegetable intake and the risk of overall cancer in Japanese: A pooled analysis of population-based cohort studies

    Ribeka Takachi; Manami Inoue; Yumi Sugawara; Ichiro Tsuji; Shoichiro Tsugane; Hidemi Ito; Keitaro Matsuo; Keitaro Tanaka; Akiko Tamakoshi; Tetsuya Mizoue; Kenji Wakai; Chisato Nagata; Shizuka Sasazuki

    Japan Epidemiological Association, Apr. 2017, Journal of Epidemiology, 27 (4), 152 - 162, doi;web_of_science

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  • Dietary patterns and all-cause, cancer, and cardiovascular disease mortality in Japanese men and women: The Japan public health center-based prospective study

    Akiko Nanri; Tetsuya Mizoue; Taichi Shimazu; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Mitsuhiko Noda; Hiroyasu Iso; Shizuka Sasazuki; Norie Sawada; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Public Library of Science (PLoS), Apr. 2017, PLOS ONE, 12 (4), e0174848, doi;web_of_science;url

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  • Development and pilot study of a web-based computerized 24-hour dietary recall system : Automated web-based assessment system using recipe-data for Japanese : AWARDJP

    大内 詩野; 髙地 リベカ; 小田 瑞希; 林 えりこ; 山岸 万里菜; 斉藤 裕美; 中舘 美佐子; 石原 淳子

    奈良女子大学家政学会, Mar. 2017, 家政学研究 = Research journal of living science, 63 (2), 54 - 64, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url;jamas_url

  • Dietary pattern and breast cancer risk in Japanese women: the Japan Public Health Center-based Prospective Study (JPHC Study)

    Sangah Shin; Eiko Saito; Manami Inoue; Norie Sawada; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Akiko Nanri; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Motoki Iwasaki; Shizuka Sasazuki; Shoichiro Tsugane

    AbstractEvidence that diet is associated with breast cancer risk is inconsistent. Most of the studies have focused on risks associated with specific foods and nutrients, rather than overall diet. In this study, we aimed to evaluate the association between dietary patterns and breast cancer risk in Japanese women. A total of 49 552 Japanese women were followed-up from 1995 to 1998 (5-year follow-up survey) until the end of 2012 for an average of 14·6 years. During 725 534 person-years of follow-up, 718 cases of breast cancer were identified. We identified three dietary patterns (prudent, westernised and traditional Japanese). The westernised dietary pattern was associated with a 32 % increase in breast cancer risk (hazard ratios (HR) 1·32; 95 % CI 1·03, 1·70; Ptrend=0·04). In particular, subjects with extreme intake of the westernised diet (quintile (Q) Q5_5th) had an 83 % increase in risk of breast cancer in contrast to those in the lowest Q1 (HR 1·83; 95 % CI 1·25, 2·68; Ptrend=0·01). In analyses stratified by menopausal status, postmenopausal subjects in the highest quintile of the westernised dietary pattern had a 29 % increased risk of breast cancer (HR 1·29; 95 % CI 0·99, 1·76; Ptrend=0·04). With regard to hormone receptor status, the westernised dietary pattern was associated with an increased risk of oestrogen receptor-positive/progesterone receptor-positivetumours (HR 2·49; 95 % CI 1·40, 4·43; Ptrend<0·01). The other dietary patterns were not associated with the risk of breast cancer in Japanese women. A westernised dietary pattern is associated with an increased risk of breast cancer in Japanese women., Cambridge University Press (CUP), May 2016, British Journal of Nutrition, 115 (10), 1769 - 1779, doi;web_of_science;url

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  • Validity of a Self-Administered Food-Frequency Questionnaire for Assessing Amino Acid Intake in Japan: Comparison With Intake From 4-Day Weighed Dietary Records and Plasma Levels

    Motoki Iwasaki; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Hidemi Todoriki; Hiroshi Yamamoto; Hiroshi Miyano; Taiki Yamaji; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Japan Epidemiological Association, 2016, Journal of Epidemiology, 26 (1), 36 - 44, doi;web_of_science;url

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  • Validity of Short and Long Self-Administered Food Frequency Questionnaires in Ranking Dietary Intake in Middle-Aged and Elderly Japanese in the Japan Public Health Center-Based Prospective Study for the Next Generation (JPHC-NEXT) Protocol Area

    Yuta Yokoyama; Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Yuri Ishii; Shizuka Sasazuki; Norie Sawada; Yurie Shinozawa; Junta Tanaka; Erika Kato; Kaori Kitamura; Kazutoshi Nakamura; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Japan Epidemiological Association, 2016, Journal of Epidemiology, 26 (8), 420 - 432, doi;web_of_science;url

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  • Impact of demographic, environmental, and lifestyle factors on vitamin D sufficiency in 9084 Japanese adults

    K. Nakamura; K. Kitamura; R. Takachi; T. Saito; R. Kobayashi; R. Oshiki; Y. Watanabe; S. Tsugane; A. Sasaki; O. Yamazaki

    Elsevier BV, May 2015, Bone, 74, 10 - 17, doi;web_of_science

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  • Comparison of plasma levels of nutrient-related biomarkers among Japanese populations in Tokyo, Japan, São Paulo, Brazil, and Hawaii, USA

    Motoki Iwasaki; Adrian A. Franke; Gerson S. Hamada; Nelson T. Miyajima; Sangita Sharma; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Shoichiro Tsugane; Loïc Le Marchand

    Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health), Mar. 2015, European Journal of Cancer Prevention, 24 (2), 155 - 161, doi;web_of_science

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  • Dietary Heterocyclic Amine Intake, NAT2 Genetic Polymorphism, and Colorectal Adenoma Risk: The Colorectal Adenoma Study in Tokyo

    Sanjeev Budhathoki; Motoki Iwasaki; Taiki Yamaji; Shizuka Sasazuki; Ribeka Takachi; Hiromi Sakamoto; Teruhiko Yoshida; Shoichiro Tsugane

    American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), Mar. 2015, Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention, 24 (3), 613 - 620, doi;web_of_science;url

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  • Validity of a self-administered food frequency questionnaire in the estimation of heterocyclic aromatic amines

    Motoki Iwasaki; Tomomi Mukai; Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Yukari Totsuka; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Aug. 2014, Cancer Causes & Control, 25 (8), 1015 - 1028, doi;web_of_science;url;url;url

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  • Self-Reported Taste Preference Can Be a Proxy for Daily Sodium Intake in Middle-Aged Japanese Adults

    Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Motoki Iwasaki; Yuri Ishii; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Elsevier BV, May 2014, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 114 (5), 781 - 787, doi;web_of_science

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  • Dietary cadmium intake and breast cancer risk in Japanese women: A case–control study

    Hiroaki Itoh; Motoki Iwasaki; Norie Sawada; Ribeka Takachi; Yoshio Kasuga; Shiro Yokoyama; Hiroshi Onuma; Hideki Nishimura; Ritsu Kusama; Kazuhito Yokoyama; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Elsevier BV, Jan. 2014, International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, 217 (1), 70 - 77, doi;web_of_science

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  • Dietary arsenic intake and subsequent risk of cancer: the Japan Public Health Center-based (JPHC) Prospective Study

    Norie Sawada; Motoki Iwasaki; Manami Inoue; Ribeka Takachi; Shizuka Sasazuki; Taiki Yamaji; Taichi Shimazu; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Jul. 2013, Cancer Causes & Control, 24 (7), 1403 - 1415, doi;web_of_science;url;url;url

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  • Dietary patterns and type 2 diabetes in Japanese men and women: the Japan Public Health Center-based Prospective Study

    A Nanri; T Shimazu; R Takachi; J Ishihara; T Mizoue; M Noda; M Inoue; S Tsugane

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Jan. 2013, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 67 (1), 18 - 24, doi;web_of_science;url;url

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  • 日本人における脳血管疾患死亡率、食塩摂取量及び食品群別寄与率の推移

    坂口裕太; 宜保智樹; 高地リベカ

    2013, 新潟医学会雑誌, 127, 48 - 54

  • 日本人における虚血性心疾患死亡率、脂質摂取量及び食品群別寄与率の推移

    宜保智樹; 坂口裕太; 高地リベカ

    2013, 新潟医学会雑誌, 127, 103 - 7

  • Effect of low-dose calcium supplements on bone loss in perimenopausal and postmenopausal Asian women: A randomized controlled trial

    Kazutoshi Nakamura; Toshiko Saito; Ryosaku Kobayashi; Rieko Oshiki; Kaori Kitamura; Mari Oyama; Sachiko Narisawa; Mitsue Nashimoto; Shunsuke Takahashi; Ribeka Takachi

    Wiley, Nov. 2012, Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 27 (11), 2264 - 2270, doi;pubmed;web_of_science;url

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  • Zinc and heme iron intakes and risk of colorectal cancer: a population-based prospective cohort study in Japan

    Azusa Hara; Shizuka Sasazuki; Manami Inoue; Motoki Iwasaki; Taichi Shimazu; Norie Sawada; Taiki Yamaji; Ribeka Takachi; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Oxford University Press (OUP), 01 Oct. 2012, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 96 (4), 864 - 873, doi;pubmed;web_of_science;url

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  • Applicability of the Dietary Record by Cooked Dishes method for estimating dietary intake of populations in the areas other than where the database was developed

    KITO Kumiko; ISHIHARA Junko; KIMIRA Mitsuru; TAKACHI Ribeka; HOSOI Satoko; ISHII Yuri; IWASAKI Motoki

    Objectives The Dietary Record by Cooked Dishes (DRcd) method, which enables simple assessment of food and nutrient intake, is unique because it uses a nutrient database of cooked dishes. Although this method has been validated among the rural Japanese populations for which the database was developed, the applicability of the DRcd for other populations is unclear. In this study, we have examined the applicability of DRcd among an urban population.
    Methods Subjects were selected from among patients who underwent cancer screening between 2004 and 2006 at the Research Center for Cancer Prevention and Screening, National Cancer Center, Japan. Subjects aged 40–69 years, who lived in Tokyo and the surrounding suburbs, were stratified into groups by sex and age. A total of 144 men and women agreed to participate in the study after random selection. Subjects were instructed to keep 4-day dietary records (4d-DR) of all consumed foods and beverages, including dish names, and all dishes were then coded using DRcd codes on the basis their names. The intake of 17 food groups and 40 nutrients was estimated using the dish-based nutrient composition table of the DRcd. Simultaneously, 4d-DR were used to calculate dietary intake independently, which served as a reference. We examined the applicability of the DRcd method using percentage difference and Pearson's correlation coefficients for intakes estimated using 4d-DR and the DRcd. Moreover, the results were compared to those of a previous study.
    Results A total of 88% of the recorded dishes matched the dish codes of the DRcd database by name. Pearson's correlation coefficient scores of 0.6 or higher were observed for 12 and 10 food groups, and for 34 and 27 nutrients in men and women, respectively. Notably, the intake of majority of the nutrients tended to be underestimated, a difference that was more pronounced in men. In comparison with a previous study, the percentage differences and Pearson's correlation coefficient scores for intake tended to be lower in our study.
    Conclusion As the correlation coefficients (0.6) were high for a majority of food groups and nutrients estimated by DRcd, the DRcd method may be applicable for urban populations. However, regional intake data may be necessary for the estimation of absolute value for the intake of some nutrients., Japanese Society of Public Health, 15 Sep. 2012, Nihon Koshu Eisei Zasshi(JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH), 59 (9), 700 - 711, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url;jamas_url

  • Consumption of n-3 Fatty Acids and Fish Reduces Risk of Hepatocellular Carcinoma

    Norie Sawada; Manami Inoue; Motoki Iwasaki; Shizuka Sasazuki; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Ribeka Takachi; Yasuhito Tanaka; Masashi Mizokami; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Elsevier BV, Jun. 2012, Gastroenterology, 142 (7), 1468 - 1475, doi;pubmed;web_of_science

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  • Long-term Dietary Cadmium Intake and Cancer Incidence

    Norie Sawada; Motoki Iwasaki; Manami Inoue; Ribeka Takachi; Shizuka Sasazuki; Taiki Yamaji; Taichi Shimazu; Yoko Endo; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health), May 2012, Epidemiology, 23 (3), 368 - 376, doi;web_of_science

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  • Reproducibility and Validity of Dietary Patterns Assessed by a Food Frequency Questionnaire Used in the 5-Year Follow-Up Survey of the Japan Public Health Center-Based Prospective Study

    Akiko Nanri; Taichi Shimazu; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Tetsuya Mizoue; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Japan Epidemiological Association, 2012, Journal of Epidemiology, 22 (3), 205 - 215, doi;cinii_articles;pubmed;web_of_science

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  • Intake of n-3 and n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids and development of colorectal cancer by subsite: Japan Public Health Center-based prospective study

    Shizuka Sasazuki; Manami Inoue; Motoki Iwasaki; Norie Sawada; Taichi Shimazu; Taiki Yamaji; Ribeka Takachi; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Wiley, Oct. 2011, International Journal of Cancer, 129 (7), 1718 - 1729, doi;pubmed;web_of_science

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  • Red meat intake may increase the risk of colon cancer in Japanese, a population with relatively low red meat consumption

    Ribeka Takachi; Yoshitaka Tsubono; Keisuke Baba; Manami Inoue; Shizuka Sasazuki; Motoki Iwasaki; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Asian populations have changed from traditional to Westernized diets, with increased red meat intake. They are suggested to be particularly susceptible to the adverse effects of red meat on the development of colorectal cancers, however, few prospective studies of this putative link have been conducted. We examined associations between the consumption of red and processed meat and the risk of subsite-specific colorectal cancer by gender in a large Japanese cohort. During 1995-1998, a validated food frequency questionnaire was administered to 80,658 men and women aged 45-74 years. During 758,116 person-years of follow-up until the end of 2006, 1,145 cases of colorectal cancer were identified. Higher consumption of red meat was significantly associated with a higher risk of colon cancer among women [multivariate hazard ratios (95%CIs) for the highest versus lowest quintiles (HR): 1.48 (1.01, 2.17; trend p=0.03)], as was higher consumption of total meat among men [HR=1.44 (1.06, 1.98; trend p=0.07)]. By site, these positive associations were found for the risk of proximal colon cancer among women and for distal colon cancer among men. No association was found between the consumption of processed meat and risk of either colon or rectal cancer. In conclusion, red meat intake may modestly increase the risk of colon cancer in middle-aged Japanese, although the highest quintile of red meat consumption could be considered moderate by Western standards., H E C PRESS, HEALTHY EATING CLUB PTY LTD, 2011, Asia Pac J Clin Nutr, 20 (4), 603 - 612, web_of_science;url

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  • Validity of a Self-Administered Food Frequency Questionnaire for Middle-Aged Urban Cancer Screenees: Comparison With 4-Day Weighed Dietary Records

    Ribeka Takachi; Junko Ishihara; Motoki Iwasaki; Satoko Hosoi; Yuri Ishii; Shizuka Sasazuki; Norie Sawada; Taiki Yamaji; Taichi Shimazu; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Japan Epidemiological Association, 2011, Journal of Epidemiology, 21 (6), 447 - 458, doi;cinii_articles;pubmed;web_of_science

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  • Socioeconomic status and gastric cancer survival in Japan

    Aya Kuwahara; Ribeka Takachi; Yoshitaka Tsubono; Shizuka Sasazuki; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC, Nov. 2010, Gastric Cancer, 13 (4), 222 - 230, doi;pubmed;web_of_science;url;url;url

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  • Sodium intake adjustment in the evaluation of the association between salted foods and risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease Reply

    Ribeka Takachi; Yoshitaka Tsubono; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    AMER SOC CLINICAL NUTRITION, Sep. 2010, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION, 92 (3), 668 - 669, doi;web_of_science

  • Confounders in Asian studies Reply

    Ribeka Takachi; Yoshitaka Tsubono; Manami Inoue; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Oxford University Press (OUP), Jun. 2010, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 91 (6), 1805 - 1806, doi;web_of_science;url

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  • High Dietary Intake of Magnesium May Decrease Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Japanese Men

    E. Ma; S. Sasazuki; M. Inoue; M. Iwasaki; N. Sawada; R. Takachi; S. Tsugane

    Oxford University Press (OUP), Apr. 2010, Journal of Nutrition, 140 (4), 779 - 785, doi;pubmed;web_of_science;url

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  • Heterocyclic amines content of meat and fish cooked by Brazilian methods

    Motoki Iwasaki; Hiroyuki Kataoka; Junko Ishihara; Ribeka Takachi; Gerson Shigeaki Hamada; Sangita Sharma; Loïc Le Marchand; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Elsevier BV, Feb. 2010, Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 23 (1), 61 - 69, doi;web_of_science

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  • Consumption of sodium and salted foods in relation to cancer and cardiovascular disease: the Japan Public Health Center–based Prospective Study

    Ribeka Takachi; Manami Inoue; Taichi Shimazu; Shizuka Sasazuki; Junko Ishihara; Norie Sawada; Taiki Yamaji; Motoki Iwasaki; Hiroyasu Iso; Yoshitaka Tsubono; Shoichiro Tsugane

    Oxford University Press (OUP), Feb. 2010, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 91 (2), 456 - 464, doi;pubmed;web_of_science;url

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  • Fruits and Vegetables in Relation to Prostate Cancer in Japanese Men: The Japan Public Health Center-Based Prospective Study

    Ribeka Takachi; Manami Inoue; Norie Sawada; Motoki Iwasaki; Shizuka Sasazuki; Junko Ishihara; Yoshitaka Tsubono; Shoichiro Tsugane; for the Japan Public Health Center-

    Informa UK Limited, Dec. 2009, Nutrition and Cancer, 62 (1), 30 - 39, doi;pubmed;web_of_science;url

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  • Application of Digital Photographic Images of Meals to Assess Dietary Intake in Epidemiological Studies

    ISHIHARA Junko; TAKACHI Ribeka; HOSOI Satoko; IWASAKI Motoki

    We compiled 4-day dietary records with digital photographic images of meals to investigate the variation of frequently consumed foods which could enable the development of a dish-based database for dietary assessment in epidemiological studies. We also evaluated the validity of using a digital photographic image as a tool to assess the dietary intake of a food group. Participants in the study were 144 men and women living in urban areas of Japan who were asked to take pictures with a digital camera of all foods and beverages they consumed during 4 consecutive days. Simultaneous dietary records were used as the reference. The dietary intake was independently calculated from the two methods. We found that the variation in intake was high for such seasoning as salt which indicated that the degree of measurement error may be high when a representative portion size for such seasoning was used in a dish-based database. The estimated intake level by two methods was similar for green-yellow vegetables, fruit, fish, meat, eggs, milk and other dairy products, whereas the over/under-estimation for other food groups was too great to be used for accurate assessment. In contrast, the validity for ranking individuals by the estimated multiple-day intake was relatively high, with the exception of beverages, seasonings and spices., The Japanese Society of Nutrition and Dietetics, 01 Oct. 2009, The Japanese Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics, 67 (5), 252 - 259, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url;jamas_url

  • 女子大生を対象とした給食の脂肪酸給与量計画に及ぼす献立要因に関する研究.

    上杉宰世; 彦坂令子; 大川正美; 高地リベカ; 君羅満

    Sep. 2009, 日本給食経営管理学会誌, 3 (2), 13 - 24

  • A population- based prospective study of fruit and vegetable intake, and the risk of total cancers, prostate cancer, and cardiovascular disease

    Ribeka Takachi

    Sep. 2009, 東北大学博士論文

  • Education in relation to incidence of and mortality from cancer and cardiovascular disease in Japan

    S. Ito; R. Takachi; M. Inoue; N. Kurahashi; M. Iwasaki; S. Sasazuki; H. Iso; Y. Tsubono; S. Tsugane

    Oxford University Press (OUP), Oct. 2008, The European Journal of Public Health, 18 (5), 466 - 472, doi;web_of_science;url

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  • Fruit and Vegetable Intake and Risk of Total Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease: Japan Public Health Center-based Prospective Study

    R. Takachi; M. Inoue; J. Ishihara; N. Kurahashi; M. Iwasaki; S. Sasazuki; H. Iso; Y. Tsubono; S. Tsugane

    Oxford University Press (OUP), Nov. 2007, American Journal of Epidemiology, 167 (1), 59 - 70, doi;web_of_science;url

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  • 実践的な料理データベース作成のための標本サイズと妥当性.

    高地リベカ; 工藤陽子; 渡邊昌; 君羅満

    Jun. 2006, 栄養学雑誌, 64 (2), 97 - 105, doi;cinii_articles

  • 尿中ナトリウム、カリウム、リン排泄量による自記式簡易食事調査法「料理単位法」の検討.

    工藤陽子; 高地リベカ; 君羅満

    Mar. 2005, 健康・体力・栄養, 10 (2), 108 - 17

  • 若年及び高齢女性の脂肪酸摂取と血小板凝集能に関する研究

    高地リベカ

    Mar. 2005, 東京農業大学修士論文

  • 料理単位による食事調査.

    君羅満; 高地リベカ; 工藤陽子; 羽場亮太; 上杉宰世; 伊澤正利; 高橋東生; 飯樋洋二; 渡邊昌

    Dec. 2004, 健康・体力・栄養, 10 (1), 3 - 13

  • 主要ミネラルの1日摂取量と24時間尿中排泄量との関連.

    君羅満; 工藤陽子; 高地リベカ; 羽場亮太; 渡邊昌

    Jan. 2004, 日本衛生学雑誌, 59 (1), 23 - 30, doi;cinii_articles;pubmed

  • The effect of dietary and plasma fatty acids on platelet aggregation in senior generation of Japanese women

    Ribeka Takachi; Mitsuru Kimira; Sayo Uesugi; Yoko Kudo; Kazuyuki Ouchi; Shaw Watanabe

    Wiley, 2004, BioFactors, 22 (1-4), 205 - 210, doi;pubmed;web_of_science

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  • 栄養疫学における食事評価の現状と課題~集団の疾病予防エビデンスづくりの視点から~(日本疫学会から)

    石原淳子; 高地リベカ

    03 Sep. 2018, 栄養学雑誌, 76 (5 Supplement), 82, j_global;url

  • 日本人の食生活に適した減塩のポピュレーション戦略の模索

    石原淳子; 高地リベカ

    (一社)日本臨床栄養協会, Sep. 2018, New Diet Therapy, 34 (2), 144 - 144, j_global;url

  • Development of an innovative method for dietary exposure assessment in epidemiological studies

    石原淳子; 高地リベカ; 井上真奈美

    すかいらーくフードサイエンス研究所, 2015, 食に関する助成研究調査報告書, (28), 95 - 102, j_global;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • Nutritional epidemiolog: focused on salt intake in relation to cerebrovascular disease and gastric cancer.

    Takachi Ribeka

    2015, 家政学研究, 62 (1), 52 - 6

  • 多目的コホートに基づくがん予防など健康の維持・増進に役立つエビデンスの構築に関する研究

    津金昌一郎; 澤田典絵; 笹月静; 岩崎基; 島津太一; 山地太樹; 井上真奈美; 佐藤日出夫; 六本木義光; 伊藤善信; 小松真吾; 小林一司; 塚田昌大; 塚田昌大; 崎山八郎; 伊禮壬紀夫; 大和慎一; 松井一光; 片桐幹雄; 田上豊資; 後藤尚; 仲宗根正; 一居誠; 小久保喜弘; 磯博康; 山岸良匡; 斉藤功; 溝上哲也; 国吉秀樹; 栗山進一; 中村和利; 佐々木綾子; 高地リベカ; 石原淳子; 高橋俊明; 小野剛; 小松裕和; 安田誠史; 横井左奈; 山下英俊; 祖父江友孝; 三村將; 青柳潔

    2014, 国立がん研究センターがん研究開発費総括研究報告書(Web), 2013 (23-A-31), WEB ONLY, j_global;url

  • 栄養疫学と曝露評価の意義

    髙地 リベカ; 髙地リベカ; 石原淳子

    2014, 新潟医学会雑誌, 128, 105 - 9

  • 脂質とがんの疫学

    髙地 リベカ; 髙地リベカ; 津金昌一郎

    2014, The Lipid, 25 (4), 344 - 51

  • 減塩運動の現状と展望~にいがた減塩ルネサンス運動

    髙地 リベカ; 山﨑理; 小島美世; 永瀨吉彦; 髙地リベカ; 中村和利

    2013, 月刊カレントテラピー, 31 (10), 39 - 44

  • アジア諸国でのがん予防,がん検診,がん治療向上のための調査研究 東アジア地域におけるがん一次予防普及のための検証的研究

    井上真奈美; 石原淳子; 高地リベカ; 入江ふじこ

    2012, アジア諸国でのがん予防、がん検診、がん治療向上のための調査研究 平成23年度 総括・分担研究報告書, 25 - 28, j_global;url

  • アジア集団における食事摂取量把握精度向上をめざした食事データベースの構築

    井上真奈美; 石原淳子; 高地リベカ

    08 Jul. 2011, 総合健康推進財団研究報告書, 2009, 1 - 8, j_global;url

  • 村上コホート研究について

    中村和利; 髙地リベカ; 北村香織; 斎藤トシ子; 小林量作; 押木利英子; 佐々木綾子; 山崎理

    2011, 新潟県医師会報, 740, 2 - 5

  • 野菜果物とがん・循環器疾患について

    髙地 リベカ; 髙地リベカ; 坪野吉孝

    2008, 臨床栄養, 112 (3), 242 - 3

  • 生活習慣病予防における栄養指導効果検証のための簡易食事調査「料理単位法」の妥当性と応用可能性

    髙地 リベカ; 君羅満; 髙地リベカ; 工藤陽子; 渡邊昌; 菅野英子; 佐藤恵子

    2006, 栄養日本, 49 (3), 40 - 2

Books etc

  • コンパクト公衆栄養学第3版

    朝倉書店, 2016

  • 公衆栄養学実習

    建帛社, 2012 (ISBN: 9784767904689)

Presentations

  • Estimation of Sugar Intake and Validation Study for a Self-Administered Food Frequency Questionnaire Using Urinary Sugar in Middle-Aged Japanese Adults.

    Kanehara R; Goto A; Kotemori A; Mori N; Nakamura A; Sawada N; Ishihara J; Takachi R; Kawano Y; Iwasaki M; Tsugane S

    Nutrients 2019 – Nutritional Advances in the Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease, Sep. 2019

  • Detect and Quantify Sources of Variability in Metabolite Measurement in a Japanese population

    Takeuchi A; Harada S; Shimazu T; Yamaji T; Sawada N; Ishihara J; Takachi R; Nakamura K; Tanaka J; Inoue M; Iwasaki M; Iso H; Sugimoto M; Hirayama A; Soga T; Tomita M; Tsugane S; Takebayashi T

    2019 Metabolomics Conference, 15th Annual Conference of the Metabolomics Society, Jun. 2019

  • 家庭調味モニタリングまたは低塩調味料による減塩効果の検討のための無作為化比較試験.

    神田真希、丸谷幸子、中舘美佐子、松本海保、島袋夏乃華、戸谷みのり、本多泉美、岩崎基、高地リベカ、石原淳子.

    第29回日本疫学会学術総会, Feb. 2019

  • 果物・野菜摂取と膵がん罹患の関連の検討:多目的コホート研究.

    山極洋子, 澤田典絵, 島津太一, 山地太樹, 後藤温, 高地リベカ, 石原淳子, 岩崎基,井上真奈美, 津金昌一郎

    第29回日本疫学会学術総会, Feb. 2019

  • 簡易チェックシートによる食塩摂取量スクリーニングの妥当性

    松本麻由佳、丸谷幸子、西本侑加、加藤祐子、中館美佐子、高地リベカ、石原淳子

    第28回日本疫学会学術総会, 01 Feb. 2018

  • 料理ベース食事調査Webシステムのコホートでの活用に関するパイロット研究~第1報 実施方法と回答状況~

    藤田みほ, 石原淳子, 八谷寛, 田中純太, 西本侑加, 丸谷幸子, 平川仁尚, 江啓発, 加藤祐子, 澤田典絵, 井上真奈美, 青山温子, 髙地リベカ

    第28回日本疫学会学術総会, Feb. 2018

  • 料理データベース食事調査Webシステムのコホートでの活用に関するパイロット研究~第2報 摂取量の推定結果~

    加藤祐子; 石原淳子; 八谷寛; 田中純太; 藤田みほ; 西本侑加; 丸谷幸子; 青山温子; 平川仁尚; 江啓発; 澤田典絵; 井上真奈美; 髙地リベカ

    第28回日本疫学会学術総会, Feb. 2018

  • 食物摂取頻度調査票による単純糖質摂取量の妥当性および再現性

    金原里恵子; 後藤温; 小手森綾香; 森渚; 中村有里; 澤田典絵; 石原淳子; 髙地リベカ; 川野因; 岩崎基; 津金昌一郎

    第28回日本疫学会学術総会, Feb. 2018

  • Validity and reproducibility of isothiocyanate intake assessed by food frequency questionnaire in the JPHC-NEXT Validation Study: Comparison with 12-day weighed food records.

    Mori N; Sawada N; Shimazu T; Yamamoto J; Ishihara J; Takachi R; Nakamura K; Tanaka J; Yamaji T; Iwasaki M; Iso H

    European Congress of Epidemiology, IEA, Jul. 2018

  • 質問票を用いた血中25(OH)D濃度予測式開発と開発集団内における妥当性

    高地リベカ; 西本侑加; 丸谷幸子; 松本海保; 神田真希

    第65回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2018

  • 「栄養疫学における食事評価の現状と課題 〜集団の疾病予防エビデンスづくりの視点から〜(日本疫学会から)」

    石原淳子; 高地リベカ

    第65回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会<日本疫学会・日本病態栄養学会・日本栄養改善学会共催シンポジウム>「栄養改善の効果につながる食事評価法を考える」, 03 Sep. 2018

  • アブラナ科野菜摂取と全死亡およびがん死亡リスクとの関連.

    森渚; 島津太一; 武藤倫弘; 澤田典絵; 岩崎基; 山路大樹; 井上真奈美; 後藤温; 高地リベカ; 石原淳子; 津金昌一郎

    第77回 日本癌学会学術総会, Sep. 2018

  • The association with estimated dietary acid load and albuminuria in the Japanese adults.

    Kabasawa K; Hosojima M; Ito Y; Kabasawa H; Takachi R; Nakamura K; Saito A; Tanaka J; Tsugane S; Narita I

    American Society of Nephrology, Kidney Week 2018., 2018

  • 野菜・果物摂取と全がん罹患率との関係:日本人における大規模コホートのプール解析.

    髙地リベカ; 井上真奈美; 菅原由美; 辻一郎; 津金昌一郎; 伊藤秀美; 松尾恵太郎; 田中恵太郎; 玉腰暁子; 溝上哲也; 若井建志; 永田知里; 笹月静

    第27回日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2017

  • 家庭調味モニタリングの介入研究ベースラインにおける地域別基本特性の検討(1) ナトリウム・高塩分食品摂取.

    三浦咲; 中舘美佐子; 石原淳子; 岩崎基; 中村和利; 北村香織; 加藤恵梨香; 横山悠太; 田中純太; 柏木友紀穂; 松木祐実; 髙地リベカ

    第27回日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2017

  • 家庭調味モニタリングの介入研究ベースラインにおける地域別基本特性の検討(2)食習慣・食嗜好.

    中舘美佐子; 石原淳子; 岩崎基; 中村和利; 北村香織; 加藤恵梨香; 横山悠太; 田中純太; 柏木友紀穂; 松木祐美; 三浦咲; 髙地リベカ

    第27回日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2017

  • 減塩BGMの効果を検証する食堂介入研究

    丸谷幸子; 西本侑加; 髙地リベカ

    第63回日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2017

  • 乳酸菌飲料及びヨーグルト摂取と大腸がんの関連に関する検討:システマティックレビュー

    西本侑加; 髙地リベカ

    第63回日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2017

  • 日本人の食生活と生活習慣病「食生活とがん」

    高地リベカ

    第39回日本臨床栄養学会総会・第38回日本臨床栄養協会総会 第15回大連合大会・日本疫学会共催シンポジウム, 2017

  • 味付けの好み・食行動と24時間尿中ナトリウム排泄量(5回/年)との関連

    山岸万里奈; 髙地リベカ; 石原淳子; 石井有里; 篠澤友里江; 北村香織; 野田愛; 三代泉; 貢英彦; 澤田典絵; 島津太一; 中村和利; 田中純太; 磯博康; 笹月静; 津金昌一郎; 統合妥当性研究グルー

    第26回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2016

  • An innovative methods for dietary assessment in Japan – as a platform for the large-scale cohort consortium –

    Takachi R; Ishihara J; Ishii Y; Ohuchi S; Saito H; Nakadate M; Yokoyama Y; Yoshida M; Takamoto E; Inoue M

    th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods, Sep. 2015

  • Need for innovative dietary assessment method in Asia.

    Ishihara J; Takachi R

    The 25th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japan Epidemiological Association, 2015 (Nagoya, Japan), Jan. 2015

  • Randomized controlled crossover trial of salt reduction: (1) effect of low-sodium seasoning use.

    Takachi R; Ishihara J; Nakadate M; Iwasaki M; Kitamura K; Kato E; Yokoyama Y; Tanaka J; Nakamura K

    第25回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2015

  • Randomized controlled crossover trial of salt reduction: (2) effect of monitoring salt concentration.(優秀演題賞受賞)

    Nakadate M; Ishihara J; Iwasaki M; Kitamura K; Kato E; Yokoyama Y; Tanaka J; Nakamura K; Takachi R

    第25回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2015

  • Validity and feasibility of Web-based self-administered FFQ developed for the JPHC-NEXT protocol.

    Kato E; Takachi R; Ishihara J; Ishii Y; Sasazuki S; Sawada N; Tanaka J; Yokoyama Y; Kitamura K; Nakamura K; Tsugane S

    第25回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2015

  • Short and long FFQs to rank dietary intakes in middle-aged Japanese: for the JPHC-NEXT protocol.

    Yokoyama Y; Takachi R; Ishihara J; Ishii Y; Sasazuki S; Sawada N; Tanaka J; Kato E; Kitamura K; Nakamura K; Tsugane S

    第25回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2015

  • Comparison of dietary record procedures in calibration studies for two large cohort studies.

    Imaeda N; Ishihara J; Takachi R; Goto C; Ishii Y; Kojima S; Nanri H; Nakamura K; Yamaguchi M; Tanaka J; Fukuda N; Iso H; Hosono S; Shimazu T; Miyagawa N; Sawada N; Wakai K; Sasazuki S; Tanaka H; Tsugane S

    第25回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2015

  • The Murakami Cohort Study for the prevention of musculoskeletal diseases with vitamin D in Japan.

    Nakamura K; Kitamura K; Takachi R; Saito T; Kobayashi R; Oshiki R; Watanabe Y

    World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases 2015, Mar. 2015

  • ICTによる自動式24時間思い出しシステムの開発-秤量法に基づく料理データベースを活用して-

    髙地リベカ; 吉田美佳; 高本栄一郎; 石井有里; 大内詩野; 山岸万里奈; 小田瑞希; 林えりこ; 中舘美佐子; 石原淳子

    第62回日本栄養改善学会学術集会, Sep. 2015

  • 家庭調味モニタリング介入の効果~対象者特性別層別解析~

    中舘美佐子; 石原淳子; 加藤恵梨香; 横山悠太; 髙地リベカ

    第62回日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2015

  • 食事記録調査における調査員スキル標準化に向けての取り組み(第2報)~模擬献立を用いた推定摂取量~

    石井有里; 髙地リベカ; 篠澤有里江; 鬼頭久美子; 石原淳子

    第61回日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Aug. 2014

  • 食事記録調査における調査員スキル標準化に向けての取り組み(第1報)~模擬調査票を用いた確認事項達成度~

    髙地リベカ; 石井有里; 篠澤有里江; 鬼頭久美子; 石原淳子

    第61回日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Aug. 2014

  • 簡易版食物摂取頻度調査票開発のための予備的検討-食品群・栄養素等の摂取量推定・妥当性検証-

    横山悠太; 髙地リベカ; 石原淳; 岩崎基; 澤田典絵; 笹月静; 加藤恵梨香; 中村和利; 津金昌一郎

    第24回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2014

  • カドミウム摂取量と乳がんリスクの関連:ホルモン受容体を考慮した解析

    伊藤弘明; 岩崎基; 澤田典絵; 髙地リベカ; 春日好雄; 横山史朗; 小沼博; 西村秀紀; 草間律; 横山和仁; 津金昌一郎

    第84回 日本衛生学会学術総会, May 2014

  • Dietary arsenic intake and subsequent risk of cancer: the Japan Public Health Center-based (JPHC) Prospective Study.

    Sawada N; Iwasaki M; Inoue M; Takachi R; Sasazuki S; Yamaji T; Shimazu T; Tsugane S

    The 72nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cancer Association, Sep. 2013

  • 加齢性運動器疾患の分子疫学コホート研究(村上鮭で元気プロジェクト)

    中村和利; 髙地リベカ; 北村香織; 斎藤トシ子; 小林量作; 押木利英子; 佐々木綾子; 山崎理; 伊木雅之

    第72回 日本公衆衛生学会総会, Oct. 2013

  • Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels in a population-based cohort in Japan: Murakami Cohort Study.

    Nakamura K; Kitamura K; Saito T; Kobayashi R; Oshiki R; Takachi R; Sasaki A; Yamazaki O

    IOF Regionals 4th Asia-Pacific Osteoporosis Meeting, Dec. 2013

  • 栄養疫学と曝露評価の意義

    高地リベカ

    第689回 新潟医学会(特別講演), 2013

  • 赤肉・加工肉摂取量と大腸がん罹患との関連; JPHC Study

    髙地リベカ; 坪野吉孝; 井上真奈美; 笹月静; 岩崎基; 津金昌一郎

    第22回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2012

  • 料理画像を用いた栄養素摂取量推定の精度の検討-生体指標との比較

    石原淳子; 髙地リベカ; 細井聖子; 石井有里; 岩崎基; 津金昌一郎

    第22回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2012

  • Development of a recipe-based database for the assessment of dietary intake in Japanese populations: Part I – framework and strategy.

    Ishihara J; Takachi R; Ishii Y; Shinozawa Y; Inoue M; Imai T; Tsugane S

    8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods., May 2012

  • Development of a recipe-based database for the assessment of dietary intake in Japanese populations: Part II – basic results.

    Takachi R; Ishihara J; Ishii Y; Shinozawa Y; Inoue M; Imai T; Tsugane S

    8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods., May 2012

  • 食事評価のための料理データベース開発(第1報)~データベースの基本情報について~

    石原淳子; 髙地リベカ; 石井有里; 篠澤友里江; 鬼頭久美子; 君羅満; 今井具子

    第59回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2012

  • 食事評価のための料理データベース開発(第2報)~1食あたり料理の大きさについて~

    石井有里; 髙地リベカ; 篠澤友里江; 鬼頭久美子; 君羅満; 石原淳子

    第59回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2012

  • Long-term Dietary Cadmium Intake and Cancer Incidence: the Japan Public Health Center-based Prospective Study.

    Sawada N; Iwasaki M; Inoue M; Takachi R; Sasazuki S; Yamaji T; Shimazu T; Tsugane S

    The 71st Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cancer Association, Sep. 2012

  • カドミウム摂取による乳がん罹患リスク -長野県における症例対照研究-

    伊藤弘明; 岩崎基; 澤田典絵; 髙地リベカ; 春日好雄; 横山史朗; 小沼博; 西村秀紀; 草間律; 横山和仁; 津金昌一郎

    第77回 日本民族衛生学会総会, Nov. 2012

  • にいがた減塩ルネサンス運動

    高地リベカ

    第35回 高血圧学会学術総会コメディカル・メディカル合同シンポジウム, 2012

  • 検診受診者における質問紙による「みそ汁の味付け」とみそ汁濃度実測値及び食事記録法による食塩摂取量と関連

    髙地リベカ; 石原淳子; 岩崎基; 津金昌一郎

    第21回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2011

  • Validity of using digital photographic images of meals as a tool for assessing nutrient intake in middle-aged Japanese.

    Takachi R; Ishihara J; Hosoi S; Iwasaki M; Tsugane S

    The joint scientific meeting of the International Epidemiological Association Western Pacific Region and the 20th JEA, Jan. 2010

  • 日本人における塩・塩蔵食品と全がん及び循環器疾患との関連: JPHC Study

    髙地リベカ; 石原淳子

    第57回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2010

  • 料理単位による食品群・栄養素等摂取量推定の妥当性の検討

    鬼頭久美子; 石原淳子; 君羅満; 髙地リベカ; 細井聖子; 石井有里

    第57回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2010

  • Validity of using digital photographic images of meals as a tool for assessing food group intake in middle-aged Japanese.

    Ishihara J; Takachi R; Hosoi S; Iwasaki M; Tsugane S

    The joint scientific meeting of the International Epidemiological Association Western Pacific Region and the 20th JEA, Jan. 2010

  • 検診受診者における自記式半定量食物摂取頻度調査票による食品群・栄養素等摂取量推定の妥当性・再現性の検討

    髙地リベカ; 石原淳子; 岩崎基; 津金昌一郎

    第19回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2009

  • 日本人男性における野菜・果物摂取と前立腺がんとの関連:JPHC Study

    髙地リベカ; 井上真奈美; 倉橋典江; 岩崎基; 笹月静; 石原淳子; 坪野吉孝; 津金昌一郎

    第56回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2009

  • 食事記録調査における料理別摂取頻度と食品数:料理を基本とする食事調査データベース構築のための予備検討

    鬼頭久美子; 石原淳子; 君羅満; 髙地リベカ, 岩崎基

    第56回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2009

  • 実践的な料理データベース作成のための標本サイズと妥当性

    高地リベカ

    第56回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会(奨励賞受賞講演), Sep. 2009

  • 野菜・果物摂取と全がん・循環器疾患罹患との関連;JPHC Study

    髙地リベカ; 井上真奈美; 石原淳子; 倉橋典江; 岩崎基; 笹月静; 磯博康; 坪野吉孝; 津金昌一郎

    第18回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2008

  • 食事バランスガイドに則した中高年女性の食事の検討

    大滝直人; 馬場麻里子; 宮﨑絵里子; 羽場亮太; 君羅満; 髙地リベカ; 上杉宰世; 井沢正利; 工藤陽子

    第13回 日本健康体力栄養学会総会, Mar. 2006

  • 骨密度と尿中Ca・Na排泄量との関連~閉経後期間が及ぼす影響~

    工藤陽子; 髙地リベカ; 関千代子; 大滝直人; 君羅満

    第53回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2006

  • 閉経後女性における血小板凝集能と食生活・脂肪酸について

    髙地リベカ; 上杉宰世; 大内和幸; 工藤陽子; 君羅満; 渡邊昌

    第15回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2005

  • 24時間尿中ミネラル排泄によるスポット尿の有効性に関する検討

    大滝直人; 髙地リベカ; 羽場亮太; 君羅満; 渡邊昌

    第15回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2005

  • 簡易な食事調査"料理単位法"における料理データベースの標本サイズと信頼性

    君羅満; 髙地リベカ; 馬場麻里子; 宮崎絵里子; 百瀬小夜; 木村一恵; 千葉歌織; 大滝直人; 工藤陽子; 渡辺昌

    第12回 日本健康体力栄養学会総会, Mar. 2005

  • 簡易食事調査『料理単位法』による栄養摂取状況の把握と生活習慣病の有病数との関連

    工藤陽子; 髙地リベカ; 大滝直人; 上杉宰世; 羽場亮太; 君羅満

    第52回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2005

  • 尿中ナトリウム, カリウム排泄量による食事調査法「料理単位法」の検討

    君羅満; 工藤陽子; 髙地リベカ; 羽場亮太; 倉永ひさ; 関円香; 知念多美; 藤川聡子; 渡辺昌

    第14回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2004

  • 一般住民における血小板凝集能検査と関連する要因について

    髙地リベカ; 相木浩子; 石川千尋; 石田美保子; 上杉宰世; 大内和幸; 君羅満; 渡辺昌

    第14回 日本疫学会学術総会, Jan. 2004

  • 簡易栄養調査法(料理単位法)の検討について: 料理成分値の妥当性

    髙地リベカ; 工藤陽子; 相木浩子; 倉永ひさ; 知念多美; 君羅満

    第11回 健康体力栄養研究会総会, Mar. 2004

  • 簡易栄養調査法(料理単位法)の検討について ~料理ポーションサイズの検討~

    君羅満; 髙地リベカ; 工藤陽子; 石川千尋; 石田美保子; 関円香; 藤川聡子

    第11回 健康体力栄養研究会総会, Mar. 2004

  • 簡易栄養調査法(料理単位法)の検討: 料理データベースの標本サイズ

    髙地リベカ; 工藤陽子; 菅野英子; 君羅満; 渡邊昌

    第51回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2004

  • 主要ミネラルの1日摂取量と尿中排泄量の検討

    工藤陽子; 羽場亮太; 髙地リベカ; 君羅満; 渡辺昌

    第50回 日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2003

  • 地方都市における食生活と運動の状況について

    荒井裕介; 谷本典隆; 八束リベカ; 高橋博子; 岩瀬靖彦; 君羅満; 高橋東生; 飯樋洋二; 赤羽正之; 五島孜郎

    第3回 日本健康体力栄養研究会, Feb. 1996

  • 岩手県の一地域における栄養状態の経年比較について

    荒井裕介; 谷本典隆; 高橋博子; 八束リベカ; 岩瀬靖彦; 君羅満; 飯樋洋二; 赤羽正之

    第42回 日本栄養改善学会, Oct. 1995

  • Automated Web-based Assessment system using Recipe-Data for Japanese (AWARDJP) – a pilot study for the middle and old age population-base cohort studies in Japan.

    Takachi R; Ishihara J; Maruya S; Tanaka J; Yatsuya H; Aoyama A; Hirakawa Y; Chiang C; Konta T; Kayama Y; Inoue M; Sawada N; Tsugane S

    International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods 2020, eICDAM 2021, Feb. 2021

  • 適塩ソング」BGM 放送の食塩摂取行動への影響―特定給食施設における非無作為化比較試験―

    藤原紗音; 丸谷幸子; 小川冬華; 松野友香; 高地リベカ

    第67回日本栄養改善学会学術総会, Sep. 2020

  • 食事由来のトランス脂肪酸摂取量~2012-13年の摂取状態及び食物摂取頻度調査票の妥当性検証

    鬼頭久美子; 石原淳子; 山本純平; 小手森綾香; 草野幹太; 小野澤桃子; 村岡志桜里; 丸山広達; 岡田知佳; 高地リベカ; 中村和利; 田中純太; 山地太樹; 島津太一; 石井有里; 澤田典絵; 岩崎基; 磯博康; 津金昌一郎

    第30回日本疫学会学術総会, Feb. 2020

Works

  • 多目的コホートに基づくがん予防など健康の維持・増進に役立つエビデンスの構築に関する研究-次世代コホート(新潟県地域)における栄養摂取量把握の妥当性に関する研究

    Apr. 2012



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