Transitions Of food groups and nutrients in the Northeast Of China: Aa 3-Year-interval's follow-up study

Fu, Jinlin, Wang, Zhiqiang and Wang, Binyou (2006) Transitions Of food groups and nutrients in the Northeast Of China: Aa 3-Year-interval's follow-up study. The Internet Journal of Nutrition and Wellness, 2 2: .

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Author Fu, Jinlin
Wang, Zhiqiang
Wang, Binyou
Title Transitions Of food groups and nutrients in the Northeast Of China: Aa 3-Year-interval's follow-up study
Journal name The Internet Journal of Nutrition and Wellness   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1937-8297
Publication date 2006-06-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Author Post-print)
Volume 2
Issue 2
Editor Olivier Wenker
Place of publication Sugar Land, TX, United States
Publisher Internet Scientific Publications
Language eng
Subject 321200 Public Health and Health Services
321205 Nutrition and Dietetics
Formatted abstract
Objective: To explore the dietary patterns and changes in population of northeastern Chinese over time. Design: A longitudinal, descriptive, comparative, population-based study.

Setting: Heilongjiang, China.

Study participants: 1468 and 1418 participants aged 0-95 who had complete records on the three 24-hour dietary recalls in 1997 and 2000 surveys, respectively.

Results: Differences in food consumption and nutrient intake existed in groups divided by gender, residence and household income. The staple food was cereals which offered 53.4 - 70.1% of the total energy in diet of any populations, and the next was fat and protein with 19.2 - 34.3% and 10.4 - 12.0%, respectively. Fat and protein devoted more proportion of energy than carbohydrate did in diet of the participants in developed and urban areas, and with higher income.

Conclusion: Certain increases in energy from protein, alongside a significant rise in energy from fat and a visible decline in energy from carbohydrate, were documented as main features in dietary patterns of Northeastern Chinese during the study period.
Keyword Transition
Dietary survey
Nutrition
Nutrients
Intake
North-eastern Chinese
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

Document type: Journal Article
Sub-type: Article (original research)
Collection: School of Medicine Publications
 
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Created: Mon, 30 Oct 2006, 10:00:00 EST by Jinlin Fu on behalf of School of Medicine