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Food, youth and the Mediterranean diet in Spain. Development of KIDMED, Mediterranean Diet Quality Index in children and adolescents.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate dietary habits in Spanish children and adolescents based on a Mediterranean Diet Quality Index tool, which considers certain principles sustaining and challenging traditionalExpand
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Sociodemographic and lifestyle determinants of food patterns in Spanish children and adolescents: the enKid study
Objective: To analyse prevailing food patterns among Spanish children and young people and their relationship to sociodemographic and lifestyle factors.Design: Cross-sectional populationExpand
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Food patterns of Spanish schoolchildren and adolescents: The enKid Study.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate dietary habits and nutritional status of Spanish schoolchildren and adolescents. DESIGN Cross-sectional study by face-to-face interview. METHODS A random sample of 3534Expand
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Nutrient adequacy and Mediterranean Diet in Spanish school children and adolescents
Objective: To evaluate dietary habits and nutritional status of Spanish school children and adolescents, and their relationship with the Mediterranean Diet.Design: Cross-sectional study byExpand
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The Contribution of Ready-to-Eat Cereals to Daily Nutrient Intake and Breakfast Quality in a Mediterranean Setting
Objectives: To examine if and how ready-to-eat cereals (RTEC) contribute to the quality of the diet of children, adolescents and young adults in a Mediterranean setting. Methods: A random sample ofExpand
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Prevalence of Abdominal Obesity in Spanish Children and Adolescents. Do We Need Waist Circumference Measurements in Pediatric Practice?
Background Evidence indicates that central adiposity has increased to a higher degree than general adiposity in children and adolescents in recent decades. However, waist circumference is not aExpand
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Influence of sociodemographic factors in the prevalence of obesity in Spain. The SEEDO'97 Study
Objective: To analyse the influence of social and cultural factors in the prevalence of obesity in the Spanish adult population aged 25–60 y based on available population data.Design: Pooled analysisExpand
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Dietary magnesium intake in a French adult population.
Magnesium intake was assessed using six 24-h dietary records during a 1-year period in 5,448 subjects (3,111 women 35-60 yrs old and 2,337 men 45-60 yrs old) in the SU.VI.MAX cohort, selected at aExpand
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Comparative analysis of nutrition data from national, household, and individual levels: results from a WHO-CINDI collaborative project in Canada, Finland, Poland, and Spain*
Study objective: This project determined to what extent data on diet and nutrition, which were collected in a non-uniform manner, could be harmonised and pooled for international and nationalExpand
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Determinants of Nutrient Intake among Children and Adolescents: Results from the enKid Study
Background: Although adequacy of nutrient intake has been studied considerably in children and adolescents across Europe, the factors associated with nutritional risk have rarely been addressed. ThisExpand
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