In contrast to nutrient profiling models that evaluate the overall nutritional value of individual foods, food-based diet quality metrics attempt to characterize the collective contribution of foods to health. The two approaches are complementary means of providing a quantitative basis upon which to develop programmatic guidance for improving population diets. This article describe a novel food-based metric of diet quality for global use, and key takeaways of our research to develop and evaluate this metric.
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