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Dietary changes in Vietnamese marriage immigrant women: the KoGES follow-up study

Ji-Yun Hwang
Used Parameters : SMM, PBF

Publication Year : 2014

Country : Korea

Journal : Nutrition Research and Practice

RESULTS The amount of the total food consumed (P< 0.001) including that of cereals (P= 0.004), vegetables (P= 0.003), and fruits (P= 0.002) decreased at follow-up compared to that at baseline, whereas consumption of milk and dairy products increased (P= 0.004). Accordingly, the overall energy and nutrient intake decreased at follow-up, including carbohydrates (P= 0.012), protein (P= 0.021), fiber (P= 0.008), iron (P= 0.009), zinc (P= 0.006), and folate (P= 0.002). Among various anthropometric and biochemical variables …
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