2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-311x2010000500010
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Ingestão alimentar e balanço energético da população adulta de Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil: resultados da Pesquisa de Nutrição, Atividade Física e Saúde (PNAFS)

Abstract: Avaliou-se a ingestão alimentar de 24 horas de um dia típico, mediu-se a massa corporal e a estatura e estimou-se o gasto energético em uma amostra probabilística de adultos de Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Os resultados mostraram que a ingestão energética média foi de 1.570,9 (24,1) e 2.188,8 (46,1) kcal.dia-1 para mulheres e homens, respectivamente. O gasto energético foi maior nos obesos do que nos indivíduos com massa corporal normal. O balanço energético medido (ingestão energética - gasto energético) … Show more

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“…In individuals with excess body mass, negative energy balance (EI-energy expenditure) is often observed when energy expenditure is estimated by BMR x physical activity level, a situation that is not compatible with their nutritional status 5 . There are some basic methodological problems with the generation of such data, which may compromise interpretation.…”
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“…In individuals with excess body mass, negative energy balance (EI-energy expenditure) is often observed when energy expenditure is estimated by BMR x physical activity level, a situation that is not compatible with their nutritional status 5 . There are some basic methodological problems with the generation of such data, which may compromise interpretation.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Underreporting increases with age 3 , is higher in women and is more prevalent among overweight and obese individuals 4,5,25 . The results of the present study confirm these findings.…”
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confidence: 99%
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