2015
DOI: 10.1590/1809-9823.2015.14023
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Relações hipotéticas entre os determinantes sociais da saúde que influenciam na obesidade em idosos

Abstract: ResumoOs elevados índices de prevalência de obesidade em idosos suscitam a necessidade de compreender os fatores envolvidos nesta desordem nutricional, por meio de métodos quantitativos que permitam uma análise relacional desses determinantes. O objetivo deste estudo foi propor um modelo hipotético que estabeleça as relações entre os determinantes sociais da saúde associados à obesidade em idosos. Para a construção do modelo hipotético, foram delineadas as variáveis latentes e observadas de acordo com a anális… Show more

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“…21 The country is following the worldwide trend of increasing prevalence of obesity and chronic diseases in older adults, as has been observed in several countries in recent decades. 22 Age was associated with obesity in the present study, with advancing age showing an association with decreased prevalence. This trend has been observed in previous studies.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 58%
“…21 The country is following the worldwide trend of increasing prevalence of obesity and chronic diseases in older adults, as has been observed in several countries in recent decades. 22 Age was associated with obesity in the present study, with advancing age showing an association with decreased prevalence. This trend has been observed in previous studies.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 58%
“…Other studies have shown that this population has a lower calorie diet than those with a high income. It is known that income is a key factor in diet quality, as, because of insufficient economic resources, elderly persons have an inferior dietary pattern than those with greater purchasing power 3,33,34 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The health profile of this population group is characterized by the replacement of acute or fatal illnesses with an increase in the number of individuals affected by chronic noncommunicable diseases (CND) and their complications, which have a direct relationship with dietary intake [3][4][5][6][7] . A better understanding of the reality of the diet of the elderly is possible through the development and use of dietary patterns that establish different relationships between nutrition and health processes [8][9][10] .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%