2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0034-89102007000300003 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Freqüência de consumo de dietas ricas em gordura e pobres em fi bra entre adolescentesFrequency of high-fat and low-fi ber diets among adolescents RESUMO OBJETIVO: Descrever a freqüência e os fatores associados ao consumo de dietas ricas em gordura e pobres em fi bra em adolescentes. MÉTODOS:Estudo de delineamento transversal com adolescentes de 10 a 12 anos, realizado em 2004/2005, em Pelotas, RS. A freqüência alimentar no ano anterior à pesquisa foi avaliada pelo questionário de Block, composto por 24 itens … Show more

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“…For risk factors, the results of this study showed that boys in both cities presented higher probability of inadequate consumption of fruit and vegetable, differing from data presented in literature (Neutzling et al 2007). These results can be explained by the fact that girls have more knowledge on nutritional (Pirouznia 2001) awareness and also make diets for loss of weight more often than and consequently consuming more fruits and vegetables (Yannakoulia et al 2004).…”
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“…For risk factors, the results of this study showed that boys in both cities presented higher probability of inadequate consumption of fruit and vegetable, differing from data presented in literature (Neutzling et al 2007). These results can be explained by the fact that girls have more knowledge on nutritional (Pirouznia 2001) awareness and also make diets for loss of weight more often than and consequently consuming more fruits and vegetables (Yannakoulia et al 2004).…”
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“…These results indicate a high proportion of young people who have harmful habits to health and agree with the findings of Neutzling et al (2007), who found high consumption of diets rich in fat (36.6%) and low in fiber (83.9%) among adolescents in Pelotas, RS, another Brazilian southern city. In addition, Toral et al (2006) observed in their study among adolescents of São Paulo insufficient consumption (1 serving per day) of fruits (87.6%) and vegetables (89.7%) of their sample.…”
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“…Several studies 6,7,8,9 have detected associations between family socioeconomic status and the intake of specific foods among adolescents. In 2003, Serra Majem et al 7 , studying a representative sample of the Spanish population aged two to 24 years, found that family socioeconomic status influenced the intake of meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, yoghurt, and cheese.…”
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“…In Brazil, a cross-sectional study of adolescent students from private and public schools in Campina Grande, in the country’s Northeastern Region, carried out in 2007 by Nunes et al 9 , showed higher frequency of unhealthy dietary habits (daily intake of soft drinks, sweets, and chips) among adolescents from higher socioeconomic classes. In Pelotas, Southern Brazil, Neutzling et al 8 found that socioeconomic level and maternal schooling were associated with prevalence of diets rich in fat and poor in fiber among adolescents from the 1993 Pelotas birth cohort study.…”
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“…Percentages of overweightness and obesity were identified in all groups as well as unhealthy eating habits such as the following: the consumption of soft drinks and artificial juices for almost all meals; the consumption of snacks, candies and fast food for breakfast; and the higher consumption of soft drinks and candies over vegetables. These eating behaviors, particularly low consumption of fruits and vegetables and high consumption of sweets, candies, and beverages rich in sugar and fats, have been indicated by literature as significant risk factors for overweightness and obesity (Neutzling et al, 2007 ; Tarek et al, 2008 ; Bertin et al, 2010 ).…”
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