Nutritional aspects of eating episodes followed by vomiting in Brazilian patients with bulimia nervosa (2003)
- Autor USP: PHILIPPI, SONIA TUCUNDUVA - FSP
- Unidade: FSP
- DOI: 10.1007/bf03325005
- Subjects: BULIMIA; SINAIS E SINTOMAS; INGESTÃO; DIETA (REGISTRO); PREFERÊNCIAS ALIMENTARES; PAÍSES EM DESENVOLVIMENTO
- Language: Inglês
- Abstract: BACKGROUND: The clinical aspects of bulimia nervosa (BN) are similar in countries with different sociocultural backgrounds, but less is known about dietary composition in patients from developing countries. Little is also known about the role that nutritional aspects may play in behaviours aimed at counteracting the effects of binge eating. OBJECTIVES: To describe the daily energy intake and eating behaviour of BN patients in Brazil and compare the dietary patterns of the patients who terminated eating episodes by vomiting and those patients who did not. METHODS: Thirty patients from an eating disorders programme in a university-affiliated hospital completed a 14-day dietetic diary; the data were analysed using nutritional software. RESULTS: Mean age and BMI of the patients were respectively 27.2 +/- 9.6 years and 25.5 +/- 6.7 Kg/m2. The patients in the vomiting subgroup ate more irregularly and consumed a more variable number of meals per day than those in the non-vomiting subgroup. The daily energy intake of the patients as a whole was 2,202 kcal, with a macronutrient composition of 53 percent carbohydrates, 31 percent fats and 17 percent proteins. The mean energy intake of the eating episodes followed by vomiting was 1,331 kcal with a macronutrient profile of 51 percent carbohydrates, 36 percent fat and 14 percent protein. Intake and eating patterns were characterised by between- and within- individual variability, and so no significant differenceswere found in the subgroup comparisons. Foods with a high energy density were preferred during the eating episodes followed by vomiting. CONCLUSIONS: The results indicate that patients who vomit have a more irregular and variable eating pattern than those who do not vomit, but their daily nutrient content is comparable
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ABNTALVARENGA, M. S.; NEGRAO, A B; PHILIPPI, Sonia Tucunduva. Nutritional aspects of eating episodes followed by vomiting in Brazilian patients with bulimia nervosa. Eating and Weight Disorders, Milano, v. 8, n. 2, p. 150-156, 2003. DOI: 10.1007/bf03325005.
APAAlvarenga, M. S., Negrao, A. B., & Philippi, S. T. (2003). Nutritional aspects of eating episodes followed by vomiting in Brazilian patients with bulimia nervosa. Eating and Weight Disorders, 8( 2), 150-156. doi:10.1007/bf03325005
NLMAlvarenga MS, Negrao AB, Philippi ST. Nutritional aspects of eating episodes followed by vomiting in Brazilian patients with bulimia nervosa. Eating and Weight Disorders. 2003 ; 8( 2): 150-156.
VancouverAlvarenga MS, Negrao AB, Philippi ST. Nutritional aspects of eating episodes followed by vomiting in Brazilian patients with bulimia nervosa. Eating and Weight Disorders. 2003 ; 8( 2): 150-156.
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Informações sobre o DOI: 10.1007/bf03325005 (Fonte: oaDOI API)
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