A Bauch

Robert Koch Institut, Berlín, Berlin, Germany

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    ABSTRACT: Im Rahmen des bundesweiten Kinder- und Jugendgesundheitssurveys (KiGGS) wurde von Januar bis Dezember 2006 in einem Modul das Ernährungsverhalten von 6- bis 17-Jährigen erfasst. Die Studie mit dem Namen EsKiMo (Ernährungsstudie als KiGGS-Modul) wurde vom Robert Koch-Institut (RKI) gemeinsam mit der Universität Paderborn, Fachgruppe Ernährung und Verbraucherbildung, durchgeführt und vom Bundesministerium für Ernährung, Lebensmittel und Verbraucherschutz finanziert. Die Eltern der teilnehmenden Kinder unter 12 Jahren wurden gebeten, gemeinsam mit ihrem Kind ein 3-Tage-Verzehrsprotokoll zu führen. Die älteren Kinder wurden persönlich mit Hilfe von DISHES (Dietary Interview Software for Health Examination Studies) zu ihrer Ernährung in den letzten 4 Wochen befragt. Außerdem sollten sie einen bereits im KiGGS eingesetzten Ernährungsfragebogen (Food Frequency Questionnaire) ein zweites Mal ausfüllen. Zusätzlich kam bei allen Teilnehmern ein Kurzfragebogen zum Einsatz, in dem unter anderem soziodemographische Daten, Aspekte der Freizeitgestaltung, Supplementeinnahme, Verpflegung in der Schule sowie Körpergröße und -gewicht erhoben wurden. Die Studie wird aktuelle, repräsentative Daten zur Ernährung von Kindern und Jugendlichen in Deutschland liefern. Diese werden sowohl hinsichtlich der Lebensmittelverzehrsmengen als auch Nährstoffversorgung ausgewertet. Durch die Verbindung der Ernährungsdaten mit den im KiGGS erhobenen Gesundheitsdaten sind außerdem umfangreiche Analysen zum Zusammenhang zwischen Ernährung und Gesundheit möglich. Schlüsselwörter Gesundheitssurvey - Kinder - Jugendliche - Ernährungsepidemiologie - Ernährungserhebungsmethoden In a module of the German Health Interview and Examination Survey for Children and Adolescents (KiGGS), the dietary behaviour of 6–17-year-olds was assessed from January to December 2006. The study, named EsKiMo (Eating Study as a KiGGS Module), was performed by the Robert Koch Institute together with the division of nutrition and consumer education at the University of Paderborn. It was funded by the Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection. Parents of participants younger than 12 years were asked to conduct a 3-day dietary record. Participants of 12 years and older were personally interviewed about their eating behaviour during the last four weeks using DISHES (Dietary Interview Software for Health Examination Studies). In addition, they were asked to fill in the KiGGS food frequency questionnaire a second time. Furthermore, all participants were asked about their socio-demographic background, leisure time activities, supplement use, meals at school, body weight and height. The study will provide up-to-date, representative data on the nutrition of children and adolescents in Germany. The analyses will include the amounts of foods and food groups consumed as well as the nutrient intake. By connecting these nutrition data with other health data from KiGGS, comprehensive analyses of relationships between nutrition and health are possible. Keywords Health survey - Children - Adolescents - Nutritional epidemiology - Dietary assessment methods
    Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz 04/2007; · 0.72 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: In a module of the German Health Interview and Examination Survey for Children and Adolescents (KiGGS), the dietary behaviour of 6-17-year-olds was assessed from January to December 2006. The study, named EsKiMo (Eating Study as a KiGGS Module), was performed by the Robert Koch Institute together with the division of nutrition and consumer education at the University of Paderborn. It was funded by the Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection. Parents of participants younger than 12 years were asked to conduct a 3-day dietary record. Participants of 12 years and older were personally interviewed about their eating behaviour during the last four weeks using DISHES (Dietary Interview Software for Health Examination Studies). In addition, they were asked to fill in the KiGGS food frequency questionnaire a second time. Furthermore, all participants were asked about their socio-demographic background, leisure time activities, supplement use, meals at school, body weight and height. The study will provide up-to-date, representative data on the nutrition of children and adolescents in Germany. The analyses will include the amounts of foods and food groups consumed as well as the nutrient intake. By connecting these nutrition data with other health data from KiGGS, comprehensive analyses of relationships between nutrition and health are possible.
    Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz 01/2007; 50(5-6):902-8. · 0.72 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Dietary intake of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (EPA and DHA) was analysed, stratified by sex and age groups, using data from the German Nutrition Survey 1998. The median intake of both fatty acids combined (EPA and DHA) was 141 mg per day among women and 186 mg among men. In all age groups, women consumed less EPA and DHA than men, partly because of lower total intake. The lowest median intake was observed among women aged 18-24 years (84 mg) and the highest median intake among men aged 45-54 years (217 mg). The main sources of these fatty acids are fish (68%), eggs (12%), poultry (7%), meat and sausages (7%). The remaining 6% of EPA and DHA is supplied by bakery products.
    European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 07/2006; 60(6):810-2. · 2.76 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: A blood cholesterol-lowering margarine containing plant sterolesters was the first functional food placed on the European food market pursuant to the regulation (EC) 258/97. In the following years nine further applicants submitted the request to add plant sterol compounds to dairy products, cheeses, bakery products, sausages, plant oils and other products. The European Scientific Committee on Food (SCF) declared a precautionary intake limit of 3 g plant sterols per d by multiple dietary sources. Using the consumption data of the German National Food Consumption Study, carried out from 1985 to 1988 with 23 209 participants, we hypothetically added 0.3-2 g plant sterols to usual daily servings of ten different food products, selected from the novel food applications. We calculated the prospective plant sterol intake regarding each kind of enriched food and by stepwise accumulation of different functional foods in three enrichment scenarios. Within our enrichment context we find a phytosterol intake satiation, if multiple plant sterol-enriched foods are eaten. An enrichment amount of 2 g plant sterols per proposed food serving size results in an intake maximum of 13 g/d.
    British Journal Of Nutrition 04/2005; 93(3):377-85. · 3.30 Impact Factor