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Nutrición Hospitalaria

versão On-line ISSN 1699-5198versão impressa ISSN 0212-1611


MARQUEZ MORENO, Raú; BEATO VIBORA, Pilar Isabel  e  TORMO GARCIA, Mª Ángeles. Hábitos de vida, de alimentación y evaluación nutricional en personal sanitario del hospital de MéridaLife style, dietary habits and nutritional evaluation of hospital de mérida health professionals. Nutr. Hosp. [online]. 2015, vol.31, n.4, pp.1763-1770. ISSN 1699-5198.

Introduction and aims: Living habits, several nutritional aspects and the relationship between them were studied at Hospital de Mérida health professionals in the Extremadura Health Service. Methods: Forty-three employed workers voluntary participated in this project by submitting a questionnaire about personal details and life style, and a seven-day food intake diary. Finally, their anthropometric data were also measured. Results: Men tended to do more physical activities than women. They also were more sedentary. They used to smoke less than women, but they drank more alcohol. Normoweight subjects tried to practice sport during more time than overweight and obese ones. However, they also remained sitting for longer periods on a weekly basis. The average daily intakes of kilocalories were higher in men, but protein intakes were higher in women. Fat intake was increased in both sexes. The average daily intake of kilocalories was lower in obese subjects than overweight and normoweight ones. An increase in the body mass index was accompanied by a bigger waist perimeter, waist to hip ratio, fat mass and body fat percentage. Conclusion: The majority of people interviewed in the survey have healthy living and dietary habits. Protein and fat daily intake is slightly higher than the values recommended by the WHO. Carbohydrate intake, by contrast, is lower.

Palavras-chave : Dietary habits; Nutrition; Life style; Balanced diet; Health professional.

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