2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1415-52732010000200007 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: ObjetivoAvaliar associação entre excesso de peso e consumo de feijão em adultos. MétodosO estudo constou de indivíduos adultos (≥18 anos), moradores em Belém (PA), em 2005. A amostragem foi realizada por sorteio de residências com telefone fixo e de um morador adulto de cada casa sorteada. A variável desfecho foi excesso de peso, a variável explanatória consumo de feijão e as variáveis de controle foram idade, escolaridade e situação conjugal, além de atividade física no lazer e hábitos alimentares de risco. A… Show more

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“…According to the Family Budget Survey, in 2008 and 2009, beans are still among the most consumed foods by the Brazilian population (≅ 70%) 30 . However, the low weekly consumption of beans (≤ 2 times) was shown to be associated with excess weight in this study, corroborating the study carried out in Belém (PA) on the consumption of beans in adults 31 , which may indicate a higher consumption of ultra-processed foods, in detriment to healthy foods such as beans. Furthermore, no associations were observed with other food consumption variables.…”
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“…According to the Family Budget Survey, in 2008 and 2009, beans are still among the most consumed foods by the Brazilian population (≅ 70%) 30 . However, the low weekly consumption of beans (≤ 2 times) was shown to be associated with excess weight in this study, corroborating the study carried out in Belém (PA) on the consumption of beans in adults 31 , which may indicate a higher consumption of ultra-processed foods, in detriment to healthy foods such as beans. Furthermore, no associations were observed with other food consumption variables.…”
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“…O grupo que apresentou maior aderência a esse padrão foi o de eutró-ficos, e a menor aderência foi verificada entre os adolescentes com sobrepeso. Estudos semelhantes realizados com adultos revelaram que a dieta tradicional brasileira, baseada em arroz e feijão, protege contra o excesso de peso 8,19,27 .…”
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“…Esta relação significativa também foi mencionada no trabalho de Silva et al [31] , os quais encontraram por meio de entrevistas por telefone a uma população de Belém, Pará, prevalência de excesso de peso relacionada à baixa ingestão de feijão (≤2 dias/semana) entre homens e mulheres. Sabe-se que o consumo inadequado de feijão pode ter uma influência direta no aumento do peso corporal em função da diminuição da saciedade decorrente da menor ingestão de fibras na principal refeição, o que pode condicionar os indivíduos para porcionamentos maiores de outros alimentos refinados e com alto índice glicêmico como o arroz e a farinha de mandioca.…”
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