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Caloric beverage drinking patterns are differentially associated with diet quality and adiposity among Spanish girls and boys.(Report)

Byline: Helmut Schroder (1,2,9), Michelle A. Mendez (3), Lourdes Ribas (4,5), Anna N. Funtikova (1,2), Santiago F. Gomez (1,6), Montserrat Fito (1,5), Javier Aranceta (4,7), Lluis Serra-Majem (4,5,8) Keywords: Soft drinks; Adiposity; Cluster analysis; KIDMED index Abstract: The present study assesse... Full description

Journal Title: European Journal of Pediatrics Sept, 2014, Vol.173(9), p.1169(9)
Main Author: Schroder, Helmut
Other Authors: Mendez, Michelle A. , Ribas, Lourdes , Funtikova, Anna N. , Gomez, Santiago F. , Fito, Montserrat , Aranceta, Javier , Serra - Majem, Lluis
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title: Caloric beverage drinking patterns are differentially associated with diet quality and adiposity among Spanish girls and boys.(Report)
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  • Schroder, Helmut
  • Mendez, Michelle A.
  • Ribas, Lourdes
  • Funtikova, Anna N.
  • Gomez, Santiago F.
  • Fito, Montserrat
  • Aranceta, Javier
  • Serra - Majem, Lluis
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  • Beverages -- Analysis
  • Mediterranean Diet -- Analysis
  • Public Health -- Analysis
ispartof: European Journal of Pediatrics, Sept, 2014, Vol.173(9), p.1169(9)
description: Byline: Helmut Schroder (1,2,9), Michelle A. Mendez (3), Lourdes Ribas (4,5), Anna N. Funtikova (1,2), Santiago F. Gomez (1,6), Montserrat Fito (1,5), Javier Aranceta (4,7), Lluis Serra-Majem (4,5,8) Keywords: Soft drinks; Adiposity; Cluster analysis; KIDMED index Abstract: The present study assesses the impact of beverage consumption pattern on diet quality and anthropometric proxy measures for abdominal adiposity in Spanish adolescents. Data were obtained from a representative national sample of 1,149 Spanish adolescents aged 10--18 years. Height, weight, and waist circumferences were measured. Dietary assessment was performed with a 24-h recall. Beverage patterns were identified by cluster analysis. Adherence to the Mediterranean diet was measured by the KIDMED index. Three beverage clusters were identified for boys--"whole milk" (62.5 %), "low-fat milk" (17.5 %) and "soft drinks" (20.1 %)--and for girls-- ".sup.whole milk" (57.8 %), "low-fat milk" (20.8 %) and juice (21.4 %), accounting for 8.3, 9.6, 13.9, 8.6, 11.5 and 12.9 % of total energy intake, respectively. Each unit of increase in the KIDMED index was associated with a 14.0 % higher (p=0.004) and 11.0 % lower (p=0.048) probability of membership in the "low-fat milk" and "soft drinks" cluster in girls and boys, respectively, compared with the "whole milk" cluster. Boys in the "soft drinks" cluster had a higher risk of 1-unit increase in BMI z score (29.0 %, p=0.040), 1-cm increase in waist circumference regressed on height and age (3.0 %, p=0.027) and 0.1-unit increase in waist/height ratio (21.4 %, p=0.031) compared with the "whole milk" cluster. Conclusion: A caloric beverage pattern dominated by intake of "soft drinks" is related to general and abdominal adiposity and diet quality in Spanish male adolescents. Author Affiliation: (1) Cardiovascular Risk and Nutrition Research Group (CARIN), REGICOR Study Group, Research Programme in Inflammatory and Cardiovascular Disorders (RICAD), IMIM (Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute), Barcelona, Spain (2) CIBER Epidemiology and Public Health (CIBERESP), Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (3) Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA (4) Fundacion para la Investigacion Nutricional (Nutrition Research Foundation), Barcelona, Spain (5) CIBER Physiopathology of Obesity and Nutrition (CIBEROBN), Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (6) Fundacion THAO, Barcelona, Spain (7) Department
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abstractByline: Helmut Schroder (1,2,9), Michelle A. Mendez (3), Lourdes Ribas (4,5), Anna N. Funtikova (1,2), Santiago F. Gomez (1,6), Montserrat Fito (1,5), Javier Aranceta (4,7), Lluis Serra-Majem (4,5,8) Keywords: Soft drinks; Adiposity; Cluster analysis; KIDMED index Abstract: The present study assesses the impact of beverage consumption pattern on diet quality and anthropometric proxy measures for abdominal adiposity in Spanish adolescents. Data were obtained from a representative national sample of 1,149 Spanish adolescents aged 10--18 years. Height, weight, and waist circumferences were measured. Dietary assessment was performed with a 24-h recall. Beverage patterns were identified by cluster analysis. Adherence to the Mediterranean diet was measured by the KIDMED index. Three beverage clusters were identified for boys--"whole milk" (62.5 %), "low-fat milk" (17.5 %) and "soft drinks" (20.1 %)--and for girls-- ".sup.whole milk" (57.8 %), "low-fat milk" (20.8 %) and juice (21.4 %), accounting for 8.3, 9.6, 13.9, 8.6, 11.5 and 12.9 % of total energy intake, respectively. Each unit of increase in the KIDMED index was associated with a 14.0 % higher (p=0.004) and 11.0 % lower (p=0.048) probability of membership in the "low-fat milk" and "soft drinks" cluster in girls and boys, respectively, compared with the "whole milk" cluster. Boys in the "soft drinks" cluster had a higher risk of 1-unit increase in BMI z score (29.0 %, p=0.040), 1-cm increase in waist circumference regressed on height and age (3.0 %, p=0.027) and 0.1-unit increase in waist/height ratio (21.4 %, p=0.031) compared with the "whole milk" cluster. Conclusion: A caloric beverage pattern dominated by intake of "soft drinks" is related to general and abdominal adiposity and diet quality in Spanish male adolescents. Author Affiliation: (1) Cardiovascular Risk and Nutrition Research Group (CARIN), REGICOR Study Group, Research Programme in Inflammatory and Cardiovascular Disorders (RICAD), IMIM (Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute), Barcelona, Spain (2) CIBER Epidemiology and Public Health (CIBERESP), Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (3) Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA (4) Fundacion para la Investigacion Nutricional (Nutrition Research Foundation), Barcelona, Spain (5) CIBER Physiopathology of Obesity and Nutrition (CIBEROBN), Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (6) Fundacion THAO, Barcelona, Spain (7) Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain (8) Department of Clinical Sciences, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain (9) Cardiovascular Risk and Nutrition Research Group, IMIM (Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute), Barcelona, Doctor Aiguader 88, 08003, Barcelona, Spain Article History: Registration Date: 24/03/2014 Received Date: 14/10/2013 Accepted Date: 24/03/2014 Online Date: 06/04/2014 Article note: Communicated by David Nadal
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