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Este estudio tuvo como objetivo evaluar la puntuación de calidad de la dieta (DQS), considerando saludable y poco saludable alimentos y nutrientes, y el puntaje de diversidad de la dieta (DDS) como indicadores de riesgo de enfermedades no transmisibles en ocho países latinoamericanos, y para verificar las posibles diferencias considerando país, sexo, edad, estado socioeconómico y nutricional. La encuesta se realizó con 9218 individuos en un rango de edad de 15 a 65 años. Se recogieron datos sociodemográficos y antropométricos.
This study aimed to assess diet quality score (DQS), considering healthy and unhealthy foods and nutrients, and diet diversity score (DDS) as indicators of risk of noncommunicable diseases in eight Latin American countries, and to verify the possible differences considering country, sex, age, socioeconomic, and nutritional status. A multicenter household population-based cross-sectional survey was conducted with 9218 individuals (age range 15–65 years). Sociodemographic and anthropometric data were collected.
This perspective article summarizes the present scientific evidence focused on 1) the gut barrier as an important component of normal gastrointestinal structure and function in human health, 2) currently available modalities to describe the intestinal barrier and quantify its function in humans, and 3) providing possible associations between diet and normal gut barrier function among healthy or at-risk people.
The objective of the current study was to estimate the relative contribution, in the US diet, of naturally occurring, enriched/fortified, and dietary supplement sources of 15 micronutrients in meeting or exceeding appropriate DRIs for various age groups.
Série de publicações FT Nutrição da Criança: volume 10