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Revista chilena de nutrición

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REBOLLEDO A, Annabella; VASQUEZ C, Monica; DEL CANTO P, Byron  e  RUZ O, Manuel. ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY AND ADEQUACY OF THE DIET OF WOMEN FROM THE METROPOLITAN REGION OF CHILE. Rev. chil. nutr. [online]. 2005, vol.32, n.2, pp.118-125. ISSN 0717-7518.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-75182005000200006.

The purpose of this study was  to provide new data on the quality and adequacy of the diet of  Chilean women.  Body mass index (BMI) and the quality of the diet in terms of adequacy of nutrient intakes,   food portions as suggested to the Chilean nutrient pyramid, and an adaptation of the healthy food index (HFI) were evaluated in a group of 54 women.  Fifty-five percent of subjects had excess body weight.  Adequate intakes of vitamin C and folic acid but not energy, iron, calcium, fiber were observed. Mean intakes of  vegetables, fruits and dairy products were less than 50% of the recommended portions.  F % was 32.6%.  Saturated fat was less than 10% and cholesterol intake less than maximum suggested.  Appropriate values of HFI were obtained in 20.4% of individuals.  No associations were found among BMI and energy intake and HFI.  It is concluded that a high proportion of women presents less-than-adequate diets

Palavras-chave : Women; healthy food; nutritional status.

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