2022
DOI: 10.1590/0102-311xes252021
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Abstract: Existe una creciente evidencia de la transición global en los sistemas alimentarios que afectan la disponibilidad, accesibilidad, asequibilidad y conveniencia de los alimentos altamente procesados. El objetivo de este trabajo fue evaluar el consumo aparente de energía, grasas saturadas, azúcares agregados y sodio según el grado de procesamiento de los alimentos en la Argentina entre 1996 y 2018, según el nivel de ingreso. Se trata de un estudio descriptivo y transversal, con datos de gastos de alimentos y bebi… Show more

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“…These figures are close to what has been observed in the analysis of the ENNyS 1, which showed that ultraprocessed foods contributed 27% of the energy consumed by children aged 2-5 years; 31%, by female adolescents; and 26%, by women aged 20-49 years, 21,24 and the analysis of the National Survey on Household Expenditure of 2017-2018, which showed that 29% of energy intake was from ultra-processed foods. 5 Overall, these figures are similar to those observed in Mexico (29.8% of energy) 10 and Chile (28.6%), 13 but higher than those reported in Brazil (21.5%) 25 and Colombia (15.9%). 8 By comparison, these figures are much lower than those found in the United States (57.9%), 7 Canada (47.7%), 14 and Australia (42.0%).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 79%
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“…These figures are close to what has been observed in the analysis of the ENNyS 1, which showed that ultraprocessed foods contributed 27% of the energy consumed by children aged 2-5 years; 31%, by female adolescents; and 26%, by women aged 20-49 years, 21,24 and the analysis of the National Survey on Household Expenditure of 2017-2018, which showed that 29% of energy intake was from ultra-processed foods. 5 Overall, these figures are similar to those observed in Mexico (29.8% of energy) 10 and Chile (28.6%), 13 but higher than those reported in Brazil (21.5%) 25 and Colombia (15.9%). 8 By comparison, these figures are much lower than those found in the United States (57.9%), 7 Canada (47.7%), 14 and Australia (42.0%).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 79%
“…18 It is a call for attention to the need for policies that protect breastfeeding and promote timely interventions to encourage appropriate practices during food introduction, in order to establish healthy food preferences from an early age, which have the potential to translate into a lifelong healthy diet. 27 In Argentina, according to data from food sales, 6 surveys of household expenditures, 5 and the analysis of the ENNyS 1, 21 the food subgroups that contribute the most energy from ultra-processed foods are cookies and pastries, soft drinks and juices, candies and confectionery, packaged breads, and mass produced dough and pasta. This is consistent with the findings of this study and presents a pattern that is similar to that of other countries in the region.…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…3 Sus precios relativos han disminuido a lo largo del tiempo, especialmente en los países de mayores ingresos, por lo que las ventas y el consumo han aumentado de manera progresiva y constante durante las últimas décadas a nivel mundial. 1,4 La Argentina no es ajena a esa tendencia 5 y presenta las ventas per cápita de ultraprocesados más altas de la región. 6 A medida que aumenta la venta y el consumo, los niños, niñas y adolescentes tienen la preocupante distinción de ser los principales consumidores, con un aporte de más del 60 % de la energía diaria en países de altos ingresos y de hasta el 35 % en los de menores ingresos.…”
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