Adherencia a la dieta mediterranea en poblacion universitaria Colombiana

Stefano Vinaccia, Lluis Serra Majem, Cristina Ruano Rodriguez, Maria Fernanda Quintero, Japcy Quiceno, Andrea Ortega, Paula Momo Cabrera, Brayan Vinasco, Yuli Jimenez, Naidrodys Bello, Maria Alejandra Zuluaga, Sirley Franco, Gloria Orduz, Ana Carolina Pacheco

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Resumen

Objective: The aim of this study was to estimate the level of Mediterranean diet in two groups of university students, of two different cities of Colombia, and the relation to their socioeconomic status. Materials and methods: The KIDMED Questionnaire was administered to 795 students of a private university in Bogota, and Monteria, Colombia. Results and Discussion: Showed that only 9,3% of the participants had an optimum adherence to the Mediterranean diet in Bogota, and 29,3% in Monteria. Most of the participants showed to had a medium adherence to improve to Mediterranean diet in both cities, 60,3% in Bogota and 63% in Monteria. The other 30,3% of the participants of Bogota and 7,7% of Monteria students, showed a poor adherence. Differences between the socioeconomic status and gender, in relation with the Mediterranean diet was identified. Conclusion: Therefore, it is concluded that the university student's Mediterranean diet adherence may be related not only to socioeconomic factors, but also to nutrition habits.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)93-100
Número de páginas8
PublicaciónNUTRICION CLINICA Y DIETETICA HOSPITALARIA
Volumen39
N.º1
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene 2019

Palabras clave

  • Andean region
  • Caribbean region
  • Mediterranean diet
  • Nutrition
  • Socioeconomics status

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Vinaccia, S., Serra Majem, L., Ruano Rodriguez, C., Quintero, M. F., Quiceno, J., Ortega, A., ... Pacheco, A. C. (2019). Adherencia a la dieta mediterranea en poblacion universitaria Colombiana. NUTRICION CLINICA Y DIETETICA HOSPITALARIA, 39(1), 93-100. https://doi.org/10.12873/391vinaccia
Vinaccia, Stefano ; Serra Majem, Lluis ; Ruano Rodriguez, Cristina ; Quintero, Maria Fernanda ; Quiceno, Japcy ; Ortega, Andrea ; Momo Cabrera, Paula ; Vinasco, Brayan ; Jimenez, Yuli ; Bello, Naidrodys ; Zuluaga, Maria Alejandra ; Franco, Sirley ; Orduz, Gloria ; Pacheco, Ana Carolina. / Adherencia a la dieta mediterranea en poblacion universitaria Colombiana. En: NUTRICION CLINICA Y DIETETICA HOSPITALARIA. 2019 ; Vol. 39, N.º 1. pp. 93-100.
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Adherencia a la dieta mediterranea en poblacion universitaria Colombiana. / Vinaccia, Stefano; Serra Majem, Lluis; Ruano Rodriguez, Cristina; Quintero, Maria Fernanda; Quiceno, Japcy; Ortega, Andrea; Momo Cabrera, Paula; Vinasco, Brayan; Jimenez, Yuli; Bello, Naidrodys; Zuluaga, Maria Alejandra; Franco, Sirley; Orduz, Gloria; Pacheco, Ana Carolina.

En: NUTRICION CLINICA Y DIETETICA HOSPITALARIA, Vol. 39, N.º 1, 01.01.2019, p. 93-100.

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