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Dietary factors, visceral adiposity index (VA) and a body shape index (ABSİ) in the definition of cardiometaboli̇c risk in adult individuals  [2017]

Bilgin, D.;

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Dietary Factors, Visceral Adiposity Index ( VAI ) and A Body Shape Index (ABSI ) in The Definition of Cardiometabolic Risk in Adult Individuals.In this study, it was aimed to investigate the importance of dietary factors, Visceral Adiposity Index (VAI) and A Body Shape Index (ABSI) in defining cardiometabolic risks in adult subjects. In the study, 224 adult (58 with cardiovascular risk, 166 without cardiovascular risk ) were enrolled between 19 and 65 years who applied to Duygu Medical Center Nutrition and Diet Polyclinic. A questionnaire form and a 24-hours food consumption form were applied to determine the cardiovascular risk factors related to general information, smoking status, family history, nutrition habits and physical activities of all participating participants in the study. Anthropometric measurements of individuals have been obtained, body content analyses have been made, and blood pressure and biochemical parameters have been evaluated. The relationship between diabetes and high blood pressure and cardiovascular risk was statistically significant (p<0.05). When nutritional habits and cardiovascular risk situations are compared; The relationship between the amount of milk, yoghurt and fruit consumed at one time and cardiovascular risk was statistically significant (p<0.05). The relationship between the consumption of rice, pasta and cardiovascular risk was statistically significant (p<0.05). ABSI, VAI and BMI were not statistically significan
t in relation to cardiovascular risk factors (p> 0.05), with no association with cardiovascular risk factors. VAI had a statistically significant association with total cholesterol, HDL, VLDL, TG, Fasting Blood Glucose and lean body mass (p<0.05). BMI had a statistically significant association with HDL, body fat mass/percentage and lean body mass (p<0.05). As a result, the effect of waist circumference on cardiovascular risk is higher than VAI, ABSI, BMI.

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"Dietary factors, visceral adiposity index (VA) and a body shape index (ABSİ) in the definition of cardiometaboli̇c risk in adult individuals"@eng
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Bibliographic information

In AGRIS since:
2019
Extent:
148
All titles:
"Dietary factors, visceral adiposity index (VA) and a body shape index (ABSİ) in the definition of cardiometaboli̇c risk in adult individuals"@eng