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Korean Journal of Preventive Medicine 1997;30(4): 729-740.
Study on Relationship between Hypertension and Dietary intake in a Rural Adult Population.
Un Yeong Go, Joung Soom Kim
Department of Epidemiology, Graduate School of Public Health, Seoul National University, Korea.
ABSTRACT
To determine the relationship between hypertension and nutrient intake cross-sectional study were performed in a rural area. Adult resident over 30-year-old age were measured blood pressure and body mass index(BMI), and interviewed about food intake for the previous 24 hours. 250 men and 297 women participated the survey. Significant correlation was shown in men between mean systolic blood pressure and protein density. Significant correlation with mean diastolic blood pressure was shown on protein density, protein energy(%), calcium density and energy-adjusted protein in men. We analysed risk factor for hypertension adjust the effect of age, BMI, sex and family history by multiple logistic regression. Protein density(odds ratio=3.18), fat density(odds ratio=1.94) and energy-adjusted protein(odds ratio=1.01) intake were positively associated with hypertension but sodium density(odds ratio=0.73) was shown to have inverse relationship.
Key words: Hypertension; Nutrient intake; Dietary composition
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