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Relationships between dietary intake and serum lipid profile of subjects who visited health promotion center
- Relationships between dietary intake and serum lipid profile of subjects who visited health promotion center
- Jung M.S.; Bae J.H.; Kim Y.H.
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- Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition
- vol. 37, no. 12, pp. 1583 - 1588
- SCOPUS; KCI
- The purpose of this work was to study the relationships between dietary intake and serum lipid profile in 293 adult subjects (mean age: 45.9±0.7, men: 163, women: 130) who visited health promotion center. The anthropometric and biochemical blood indices were measured, and nutritional intakes were assessed using a food frequency questionnaire method. The subjects were divided by three groups in accordance with a standard for treating hyperlipidemia; those who had blood cholesterol levels above 240 mL/dL or triglyceride levels above 200 mL/dL were put into the risk group (Risk), while those with blood cholesterol levels below 200 mL/dL and triglyceride levels below 150 mL/dL were put into the control group (Control). Subjects who were between the two groups in terms of blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels were put into the borderline group (Borderline). Risk group showed significantly higher body mass index, body weight, waist circumference, and fat content compared to control group. The levels of calorie, carbohydrate, fat, and protein intake were significantly higher in the risk group than control group. There were significantly positive correlations between dietary calorie, carbohydrate, fat, and protein intake and blood triglyceride concentration. The blood HDL-cholesterol concentration had negative correlation with carbohydrate intake. These results suggested that overeating may be one of important factors affecting hyperlipidemia in Korean adults.
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