Dietary pattern classifications with nutrient intake and health-risk factors in korean men.

Auteur(s) :
Kim JH., Lee JE., Johnson SJ.
Date :
Jan, 2011
Source(s) :
NUTRITION. #27:1 p26-33
Adresse :
Department of Home Economics Education, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea.

Sommaire de l'article

OBJECTIVE: This study was performed to identify dietary patterns in Korean men and to determine the associations among dietary patterns, nutrient intake, and health-risk factors. METHODS: Using baseline data from the Korean Health and Genome Study, dietary patterns were identified using factor analysis of data from a validated food-frequency questionnaire, and associations between these dietary patterns and health-risk factors were analyzed. RESULTS: Three dietary patterns were identified: 1) the « animal-food » pattern (greater intake of meats, fish, and dairy products), 2) the « rice-vegetable » pattern (greater intake of rice, tofu, kimchi, soybean paste, vegetables, and seaweed), and 3) the « noodle-bread » pattern (greater intake of instant noodles, Chinese noodles, and bread). The animal-food pattern (preferred by younger people with higher income and education levels) had a positive correlation with obesity and hypercholesterolemia, whereas the rice-vegetable pattern (preferred by older people with lower income and educational levels) was positively associated with hypertension. The noodle-bread pattern (also preferred by younger people with higher income and education levels) had a positive association with abdominal obesity and hypercholesterolemia. CONCLUSION: This study identifies three unique dietary patterns in Korean men, which are independently associated with certain health-risk factors. The rice-vegetable dietary pattern, modified for a low sodium intake, might be a healthy dietary pattern for Korean men

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