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Índice glicémico y carga glucémica de las dietas de adultos diabéticos y no diabéticos

Anales Venezolanos de Nutricion 08/2013; 26(1):5-13.

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El Índice Glicémico (IG) y la Carga Glucémica (CG) son indicadores válidos del efecto de los alimentos en la respuesta de la glucosa plasmática. El objetivo de la investigación fue evaluar el IG y CG de las dietas consumidas por adultos diabéticos y no diabéticos, como indicadores de la calidad de la dieta y su relación con el estado nutricional. El estudio se llevó a cabo en la consulta de Endocrinología del Hospital Militar “Dr. Carlos Arvelo” durante el período julio 2010 – enero 2011. Se trata de una investigación descriptiva, con un grupo de estudio de 43 sujetos adultos, 23 diabéticos (D) y 20 no diabéticos (ND). Se aplicó una evaluación nutricional antropométrica y se determinó el IG y CG de la dieta. Para la comparación entre las medias de los grupos se realizó la prueba de “t” de Student y para las distribuciones entre los grupo se utilizó Chi2. Se encontró un predominio de IG medio y alto (70% en ND y 88% en D), CG moderada y alta (75% en ND y 78% en D) y malnutrición por exceso (55% en ND y 70% en D) en ambos grupos. Se concluye que IG y CG son indicadores alternativos y válidos de la calidad de la dieta y puede considerarse su utilidad en la evaluación y manejo dietoterapéutico de los diabéticos y en programas de prevención de enfermedades crónicas, dirigidos a la población en general, sin hacer uso aislado ni desconocer sus limitaciones.

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  • Pablo Ignacio Hernandez Rivas added an answer in Sport Nutrition:
    Do anyone know a reference about the women usually under-reported when answer dietary records?

    Some time ago I read in a sport paper (probably Volek JS, but I do not remember) which said that women habitually under-reported when answer different dietary records.

    I work with female athletes and always when I calculate their nutritional intake, with 7- days records or validated food frequency questionnaire, see low energy intake and macronutrients, specially carbohydrates.

    I think a possible justification, they do not write every food which eat.

    Pablo Ignacio Hernandez Rivas

    You are not alone! In our experience, is very commonly found diets low in carbs and low in calories. But very high in proteins. In women and men with R-24h.

    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/237026012_Evaluacin_del_estado_nutricional_en_la_deteccin_de_factores_de_riesgo_cardiovascular_en_una_poblacin_adulta

    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/256292954_ndice_glicmico_y_carga_glucmica_de_las_dietas_de_adultos_diabticos_y_no_diabticos

    Culturally, in our population the carbs are bad, more if the person have diabetes. So, we need more investigation in this topic.

    Regards from Venezuela!

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      ABSTRACT: Objective: To validate a nutritional assessment methodology to detect cardiovascular disease predisposing factors. Methods: It was applied a nutritional assessment, including the anthropometric indicators, and quantitative and qualitative measurement of food consumption. 50 volunteers, among 18 and 75 years, patient of the Endocrinology department database of the Hospital Militar "Dr. Carlos Arvelo" were evaluated. Results: According to anthropometric indicators, 66% of the patients show a BMI>25; 80% of them was above the reference values for waist circumference; 78% have a abdominal obesity for waist-hip ratio, and 60% with a body fat percentage higher to those normal values. When evaluating the food consumption, it was found: low-calorie diet (76%), high protein (52%), and high fat with a predominance of animal fat consumption (44%), hipoglucidic (80%) and low in dietary fiber (68%), all of these data is in according to reference values for the INN. These results are allowing the identification of cardiovascular risk factors, anthropometrical and diet. Conclusion: It can be concluded that the nutritional status through anthropometric and dietary indicators can be a useful tool in identifying risk factors for cardiovascular disease. It is imperative that the measurement and evaluation of the indicators should be performed in a larger sample of subjects in order to verify the consistency of the results
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