Rosely Sichieri

Rosely Sichieri
Rio de Janeiro State University | UERJ · Departamento de Epidemiologia

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The prevalence of binge eating spectrum conditions (BESC) are increasing globally. However , there is a lack of data from general population samples in low-and middle-income countries. Thus, this study described the food consumption during objective binge eating episodes (OBE) in people with BESC from a metropolitan city in Brazil. Participants com...
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Objectives: University students are vulnerable to unhealthy eating habits that characterize a proinflammatory diet. This study aimed to estimate the dietary inflammatory index (DII) and its association with the trajectory of body adiposity markers in university students. Methods: The study analyzed data from 685 students entering a Brazilian pub...
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Objective To describe the evolution of beverage portion sizes consumed in Brazil between 2008 and 2018. Methods Data from the dietary surveys of 2008–2009 and 2017–2018 Brazilian Household Budget Surveys, conducted with 34,003 and 46,164 individuals, respectively, were used to analyze the portion size of beverages. Food consumption data were used...
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We aimed to assess the dietary iron intake and the prevalence of inadequate iron intake over two post-fortification periods in Brazil. The intake was analysed according to sex, life stage, geographic region, and stratum of family income per capita. Excluding pregnant and lactating women, this population-based study included 32,749 and 44,744 partic...
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Objectives Investigate the influence in UPF consumption, assessed through dietary and urinary markers, on systolic (SBP) and diastolic (DBP) blood pressure in children with obesity. Methods Longitudinal analysis from a randomized clinical trial carried out with children with obesity aged 7 to 12 years. For six months, children and guardians attend...
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This study was aimed at describing the snack consumption among Brazilian adolescents. The Brazilian National Dietary Survey (2017-2018) is a nationwide representative cross-sectional study that collected food consumption data from 8264 adolescents (10 to 19 years old); data from one 24-h recall were used, in which all foods and beverages consumed t...
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Reducing salt intake is considered one of the most cost-effective interventions to decrease morbidity and mortality due to non-communicable diseases. This study aimed to describe changes in sodium intake in the Brazilian population using data from the National Dietary Surveys (NDS) conducted in 2008–2009 and 2017–2018. We hypothesized that over the...
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The present study aimed to evaluate the association between obesity and COVID-19 mortality and length of stay in ICU patients, and how these associations were modified by age groups. We performed a retrospective multicenter cohort study with data obtained from a hospital-based registry. The sample consisted of 8183 ICU hospitalized patients who tes...
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The aim of the study was to assess the evolution of food acquisition for away from home consumption in Brazil from 2002 to 2018. The trend of food purchases for out-of-home consumption in Brazil was evaluated by comparing food purchase data from the Household Budget Surveys (HBS) of 2002-2003, 2008-2009, and 2017-2018. The frequency of food acquisi...
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Existing methods for assessing food consumption are subject to measurement errors, especially the underreporting of energy intake, characterized by reporting energy intake below the minimum necessary to maintain body weight. This study aimed to compare the identification of energy intake underreporters using different predictive equations and instr...
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O livro discute aspectos que ajudam a entender por que comemos o que comemos e a produção biológica e social da obesidade, além de analisar políticas públicas de alimentação e nutrição. As autoras apresentam, em três capítulos, uma combinação de análises de condicionantes fisiológicos e biológicos sobre o que comemos, assim como o inegável papel da...
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O livro discute aspectos que ajudam a entender por que comemos o que comemos e a produção biológica e social da obesidade, além de analisar políticas públicas de alimentação e nutrição. As autoras apresentam, em três capítulos, uma combinação de análises de condicionantes fisiológicos e biológicos sobre o que comemos, assim como o inegável papel da...
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O livro discute aspectos que ajudam a entender por que comemos o que comemos e a produção biológica e social da obesidade, além de analisar políticas públicas de alimentação e nutrição. As autoras apresentam, em três capítulos, uma combinação de análises de condicionantes fisiológicos e biológicos sobre o que comemos, assim como o inegável papel da...
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O livro discute aspectos que ajudam a entender por que comemos o que comemos e a produção biológica e social da obesidade, além de analisar políticas públicas de alimentação e nutrição. As autoras apresentam, em três capítulos, uma combinação de análises de condicionantes fisiológicos e biológicos sobre o que comemos, assim como o inegável papel da...
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O livro discute aspectos que ajudam a entender por que comemos o que comemos e a produção biológica e social da obesidade, além de analisar políticas públicas de alimentação e nutrição. As autoras apresentam, em três capítulos, uma combinação de análises de condicionantes fisiológicos e biológicos sobre o que comemos, assim como o inegável papel da...
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O livro discute aspectos que ajudam a entender por que comemos o que comemos e a produção biológica e social da obesidade, além de analisar políticas públicas de alimentação e nutrição. As autoras apresentam, em três capítulos, uma combinação de análises de condicionantes fisiológicos e biológicos sobre o que comemos, assim como o inegável papel da...
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Brazil is characterized by strong social inequalities and differences in access to quality food and sufficient quantities of it, which represent a violation of the human right to adequate food. The aim was to assess food expenditures according to the social profiles of the head of the households. Data from the cross-sectional Brazilian Household Bu...
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Objective: To assess the effect of modifications of the school environment on physical activity in Brazilian adolescent students. Methods: Seven public schools in Duque de Caxias (Brazil) were randomized into control and intervention groups. The intervention group underwent modifications in the school environment (painting of hopscotch and schoo...
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Low glycemic index (GI) and glycemic load (GL) diets are effective for glycemic control (GC) associated with a carbohydrate-controlled meal plan. However, whether GI and GL peaks are related to GC is unknown. Objective: To compare the daily GI (DGI)/GL (DGL) and average GI (AvGI)/GL (AvGL) of meals (accounting for peaks) related to GC markers (GC...
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Epidemiological studies have supported the hypothesis that dietary calcium intake is protective for adiposity. This study aimed to estimate the association of dietary calcium with adiposity indicators during adolescence. This is a cohort study with high school adolescents (n = 962) from selected schools of the Metropolitan Region of Rio de Janeiro,...
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Objective To present changes in the estimated amount of food intake in Brazil between the 2008-2009 and 2017-2018 National Dietary Surveys. Methods Food intake data from the 2008-2009 and 2017-2018 surveys were used to highlight the differences in the frequencies of foods mentioned, the number of the measurement units mentioned, and the frequency...
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Objetivo: Realizar adaptação transcultural e avaliar a reprodutibilidade de questionário sobre aspectos psicossociais associados ao consumo de frutas e hortaliças de adolescentes. Métodos: Trata-se de estudo teste-reteste, realizado em 2015, com 92 adolescentes estudantes de escola pública de Niterói, Rio de Janeiro (Brasil). Realizou-se a adaptaçã...
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Objective: To assess health conditions, health care and lifestyle habits of community health workers (CHW) in Vitória, Espírito Santo, Brazil. Methods: This was a cross-sectional study using baseline data from an intervention study. Biochemical, anthropometric and hemodynamic examinations and interviews were carried out between October 2018 and...
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Objective: To assess the evolution of energy and nutrient intake and the prevalence of inadequate micronutrients intakes according to sociodemographic characteristics and Brazilian regions. Methods: The food consumption of 32,749 individuals from the National Dietary Survey of the Household Budget Survey 2008-2009 was analyzed by two food regist...
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Objetive: To present particular characteristics of two Brazilian National Dietary Surveys (Inquéritos Nacionais de Alimentação - INA) and the methodology used to better compare their data. Methods: This study details the differences between both INA conducted by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in 2008-2009 and 2017-201...
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Objectives: To identify dietary patterns among Brazilian adults based on the National Dietary Surveys (INA - Inquéritos Nacionais de Alimentação) in 2008-2009 and 2017-2018, and to verify in the second period the adherence to the patterns according to sociodemographic factors and Brazilian regions. Methods: We analyzed the first of two days of a...
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Objective: To describe the evolution of out-of-home food consumption in Brazil in 2008-2018. Methods: We used the 2008-2009 and 2017-2018 data from the Inquéritos Nacionais de Alimentação (INA - National Food Surveys), conducted amid 34,003 and 46,164 individuals, to estimate the frequency of out-of-home food consumption and the contribution of...
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Objective: To estimate the lowest cost of a healthy and culturally acceptable diet and to assess the evolution of its cost in the periods 2008-2009 and 2017-2018. Methods: We used data on the individual food consumption and food prices from the Pesquisas de Orçamentos Familiares (Household Budget Surveys), in the 2008-2009 and 2017-2018. The sam...
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Objective: To describe the evolution of food consumption by the Brazilian population in 2008-2009 to 2017-2018. Methods: Data from the National Dietary Surveys of 2008-2009 and 2017-2018 were used. Both surveys estimated food consumption of two non-consecutive days of individuals aged 10 years or older. The first survey collected consumption dat...
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The objectives were to compare the evolution of dietary folate intake, to estimate the prevalence of folate inadequacy (POFI) and the contribution of food groups to folate intake (dietary folate plus folic acid from fortified foods) in two post-fortification periods in the Brazilian population, according to life stages, geographic regions and per c...
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This study sought to examine the association between lifestyle-related behaviors and depressive symptoms among college students. This cross-sectional study analyzed baseline data of a dynamic-cohort study from a public university in Central-Western Brazil, in all 21 undergraduate full-time courses. Students up to 25 years old who were enrolled for...
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Objective: The aim of this study was to compare the proportion of deaths among hospitalized cases of COVID-19 in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, stratified by private and public services. Methods: Hospitalization data for severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) were obtained using the SIVEP-Gripe Database. All hospitalized adults who were diagnos...
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Selenium acts reducing cellular inflammation and lipid peroxides; therefore, its association with cardiovascular diseases and metabolic syndrome (MetS) has been studied. We aimed to investigate the association between selenium intake and MetS/its parameters (high waist circumference, hyperglycemia, high blood pressure, high triglycerides, and low H...
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Background This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of obesity prevention educational activities, isolated or combined with the modification of the school environment on total physical activity time. Methods This is a school-based randomized controlled trial, conducted with 2511 students from fifth and sixth-grade in Brazil, that employed a...
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Objective This study evaluated the influence of family meal frequency on the occurrence of common mental disorders (CMD) in children and adolescents over eight months of follow-up. Design Data from this longitudinal study were derived from the PAAPAS— Parents , Students , Community Health Agents , and Teachers for Healthy Eating— community trial....
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Objetivou-se avaliar a relação entre o consumo de alimentos fora de casa e alterações em biomarcadores de doenças crônicas em adolescentes brasileiros. Trata-se de um estudo transversal em que foram utilizados os dados do Estudo de Riscos Cardiovasculares em Adolescentes (ERICA), conduzido com 36.956 adolescentes, em 2013/2014. A relação entre cons...
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Objective To evaluate the effect of phytosterol capsule supplementation associated with the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) Step 2 diet on LDL-C levels in children and adolescents with dyslipidemia. Methods This is a randomized, double-blind, crossover trial conducted with children and adolescents (n = 31; mean ± SD, age 9.0 ± 2.22 y...
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School-based studies, despite the large number of studies conducted, have reported inconclusive results on obesity prevention. The sample size is a major constraint in such studies by requiring large samples. This pooled analysis overcomes this problem by analyzing 5926 students (mean age 11.5 years) from five randomized school-based interventions....
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Background: The compensatory effect of exercise on total volume of physical activity and food intake has been described as a possible explanation for the limited body weight loss observed during exercise interventions. Objective: To investigate the effect of different exercise intensities on total volume of physical activity and energy intake among...
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Purpose Our aim was to estimate the prevalence of folate inadequacy (POFI) according to life stage, socio-economic status, and geographical regions after the mandatory fortification of wheat and maize flour in Brazil. Methods This was a population-based study. Data from two non-consecutive food records from the National Dietary Survey/Household Bu...
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In recent decades, changes in the diet of Brazilians have been characterized by increased consumption of high energy-dense foods, rich in fat and sugar. This study was aimed at assessing diet quality based on the intake of foods with high content of solid fat and added sugars (SoFAS). The first Brazilian National Dietary Survey (2008–2009) is a nat...
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The interview brings the discussion of the multiplicity of social and environmental factors associated with child and teen obesity, which are rarely investigated and that are largely ignored by public policies in Education. In Brazil, this public health problem affects one third of children under the age of 10 and is concerning insofar as it presen...
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Objective To compare the contribution of different food consumption places to the energy and nutrient intake among Brazilian adolescents. Design We analysed data from the Study of Cardiovascular Risk in Adolescents – ERICA, carried out in 2013–2014. Foods were categorised into thirty-three food groups. Energy, nutrients and food groups were analys...
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Resumo O objetivo deste estudo foi analisar a distribuição das variáveis antropométricas de acordo com características demográficas, socioeconômicas e de saúde em crianças, de zero a cinco anos, de descendência haitiana residentes em Cuiabá-MT, Brasil. Consiste em estudo transversal, com dados coletados entre agosto/2016 e fevereiro/2017. As variáv...
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Objective To examine the association of body image dissatisfaction (BID) with body mass index (BMI) trajectory among students from a metropolitan area of Rio de Janeiro. Methods Data were analyzed for 809 middle school students followed from 2010 to 2013, and 1131 high school students followed from 2010 to 2012. BID was assessed using a body silho...
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Objective To quantify diet-related burdens of cardiometabolic diseases (CMD) by country, age and sex in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). Design Intakes of eleven key dietary factors were obtained from the Global Dietary Database Consortium. Aetiologic effects of dietary factors on CMD outcomes were obtained from meta-analyses. We combined th...
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Background Changes in eating habits may be associated with sedentary behaviors by favoring excessive weight gain among adolescents, and consequently leading to the occurrence of chronic Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD). Objective To evaluate the association between screen time and consumption of healthy and unhealthy food markers in adolescents. M...
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Objective To identify food choices allowing the fulfillment of nutritionally adequate diets resembling actual food patterns at the lowest cost achievable for the Brazilian population, stratified by income level. Methods Food consumption and prices were obtained from the Household Budget Survey (n = 55,970 households) and National Dietary Survey (n...
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RESUMO: O Recordatório Alimentar de 24 horas (R24h) tem sido o método de escolha para a avaliação da dieta em inquéritos populacionais. Os avanços tecnológicos permitiram o desenvolvimento de softwares para a coleta de dados de R24h. A International Agency for Research on Cancer-World Health Organization (IARC-WHO) desenvolveu metodologia para aval...
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Background: Common mental disorders (CMD) in children and adolescents can be initial and non-specific manifestations of more serious mental diseases and often persist into adulthood. Therefore, early detection is important, as is the identification of the factors that impact development. Insufficient sleep represents one of the most common and pot...
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Background: One of the largest school feeding programs in the world is the National School Feeding Program of Brazil. However, results from the 2012 National School Health Survey indicated that only 22.8% of 9th grade students in Brazilian public school system consumed school meals. The literature presents few studies aiming to promote healthy foo...
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Background and objectives: Adolescent weight and fat gain is determined by multiple factors. This study examined the association between changes in body fat indicators, excessive weight and fat gain, and sociodemographic factors among Brazilian adolescents over a 4-year period. Methods: Body mass index (BMI) and body fat percentage (BFP) of 809...
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Background: The Food Guide for the Brazilian Population relies on natural or minimally processed foods mainly of plant origin such as beans and rice with low oil, salt, and sugar content and limited consumption of ultraprocessed foods. Reduction of ultraprocessed foods improves diet quality and energy consumption. Objective: The goal of this stu...
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BACKGROUND The Food Guide for the Brazilian Population relies on natural or minimally processed foods mainly of plant origin such as beans and rice with low oil, salt, and sugar content and limited consumption of ultraprocessed foods. Reduction of ultraprocessed foods improves diet quality and energy consumption. OBJECTIVE The goal of this study i...
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Objective To evaluate differences in food consumption of Brazilian adults according to the presence of children and adolescents in the household. Design Averages of two non-consecutive days of food records from the first Brazilian National Dietary Survey were analysed and classified into eighteen food groups according to nutritional characteristic...
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The Brazilian Food Composition Table’s Nutrient Intake Evaluation Database (TBCA NIE-DB) was created under the coordination of the Brazilian Network of Food Data Systems/University of São Paulo and the Food Research Center (FoRC). The TBCA NIE-DB is intended as a tool for nutritional intake assessment in Brazil. The data collected during the previo...
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Many school-based interventions for obesity prevention have been proposed with positive changes in behavior, but unsatisfactory results on weight change. The objective was to verify the effectiveness of a combined school and home-based obesity prevention program on excessive weight gain in adolescents. Teachers delivered the school-based primary pr...
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Background: Meeting nutrient intake recommendations may demand substantial modifications in dietary patterns, and may increase diet cost. Incentives for modifying one's dietary intake that disregard prices are unlikely to be effective in the general population, especially among low-income strata, due to the high percentage of income committed to f...
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Background: Obesity ranks as a major public health problem in many countries in the world. The obesity-socioeconomic status relationship is not well established in middle-income countries. Methods: The aim of this study was to estimate the obesity and overweight trends from 2002 to 2013 by sex, age, and educational levels among Brazilian adults....
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To assess the effect of changing the sodium to potassium (Na/K) ratio on blood pressure at 4 years of follow-up.The measurements were carried out under identical conditions in two study periods (2008-2010 and 2012-2014). Urinary excretion of sodium and potassium (mmol/L) over 12 nocturnal hours was used to calculate the Na/K ratio and categorized b...
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It was assessed the intake and prevalence of inadequate nutrient intake according to weight status among Brazilian adults from urban areas (n=16,198) evaluated in the Brazilian National Dietary Survey (NDS – 2008-2009), that obtained food records from two non-consecutive days. The prevalence of inadequate nutrient intake according to weight status...
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Objective To identify cut-off points for waist circumference (WC), waist-to-height ratio (WHtR) and BMI associated with hypertension in the Brazilian adult and elderly population. Design Cross-sectional study. The receiver-operating characteristic (ROC) curve was used to determine the cut-off points of WC, WHtR and BMI in the prediction of hyperte...
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Objective To identify risk behaviour patterns for chronic non-communicable diseases (NCD) in the Brazilian population and to investigate associated socio-economic and demographic factors. Design Factor analysis was used to identify patterns considering the following risk behaviours: consumption of soft drinks/artificial juice, sweet foods, red mea...
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Background: The relationship between breakfast and family breakfast and adiposity gain during adolescence remains inconclusive. Objective: This study aimed to investigate the relationship between breakfast and family breakfast frequency and adiposity trajectory in adolescence. Design: Prospective cohort study with middle school students aged 1...
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Background Excessive sodium intake is a risk factor for developing systemic arterial hypertension. Increased blood pressure during childhood increases the risk of hypertension in adulthood. Assessing sodium intake across different eating places is important, as the meals offered in different places can influence dietary quality. Objective This stu...
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Resumo: Este estudo teve por objetivo identificar os fatores sociodemográficos associados à estimativa de alta relação de consumo de sódio/potássio. Foram avaliados 15.105 participantes, de 35 a 74 anos, de uma coorte de servidores públicos (ELSA-Brasil). Dados socioeconômicos foram coletados por meio de questionário e realizada coleta urinária de...
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Objective The present study aimed to compare Household Budget Survey (HBS) data on food purchasing and individual food consumption, collected in the same nationwide survey. Design Food purchase information for each household was collected by a seven-day collective acquisition diary, applied to 55 970 households. Food consumption information was ob...
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Objective To evaluate the effect of protein intake on body weight gain at pregnancy. Methods A cross-sectional study was carried out with 297 women who delivered a child at the maternity ward of Municipal Hospital Leonel de Moura Brizola in Mesquita city in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Sociodemographic and anthropometric data were collected throug...