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DAFNE : An Instrument for Evaluation of Food Consumption and Nutritional Habits in Relation to Mortality Trends in Croatia


Kaić-Rak, Antoinette; Antonić-Degač, Katica; Hrabak-Žerjavić, Vlasta; Grubišić, Mirko
DAFNE : An Instrument for Evaluation of Food Consumption and Nutritional Habits in Relation to Mortality Trends in Croatia // Abstracts of the The 8th European Nutrition Conference ; u: Scandinavian journal of nutrition. Supplement / Samuelson, Gosta (ur.).
Lund: Swedish Nutrition Foundation, 1999. str. 85S-85S (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
DAFNE : An Instrument for Evaluation of Food Consumption and Nutritional Habits in Relation to Mortality Trends in Croatia

Autori
Kaić-Rak, Antoinette ; Antonić-Degač, Katica ; Hrabak-Žerjavić, Vlasta ; Grubišić, Mirko

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Abstracts of the The 8th European Nutrition Conference ; u: Scandinavian journal of nutrition. Supplement / Samuelson, Gosta - Lund : Swedish Nutrition Foundation, 1999, 85S-85S

Skup
European Nutrition Conference (8 ; 1999)

Mjesto i datum
Lilehamer, Norveška, 17.-19.06.1999

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
hrana; prehrambene navike; stope smrtnosti
(food; dietary habits; mortality trends)

Sažetak
Croatia joined the scientific network for the Pan-European Food Data Bank based on the Household Budget Surveys, in short DAFNE project. As known, nutrition patterns are strongly related to morbidity and mortality rates and are of great importance for the identification of population groups at high risk for developing various nutrition-related diseases. Objective : The aim of study was to investigate and compare food consumption and mortality trends of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases which are the leading causes of death in Croatia.. Materials and methods: Statistical data concerning mortality rates for the period from 1970-1995 year for 410 and 430-438 ICD codes for all age groups calculated per 10 000 population. Dietary pattern and food consumption data are based on HHBS for the same period. Results: Mortality rates per 10 000 for ac. myocardial infarction (all ages) ranged from 4.4 in 1970 and steadily increased with small oscillations up to the 8.7 in 1995. year. Since 1991. SDR for circulatory diseases, ishaemic heart disease and CVD show decreasing trend in the age groups 0-64. Food consumption data with the emphases on the total fat intake and fatty acids composition as well as % of energy derived from fat is indicative of the relationship of dietary habits and mortality trends of CHD and CVD. Percent of daily energy intake derived from total fat ranges from 33.3 % to 37.7%. Saturated fatty acids contribute from 12.8 % to 13.7 % of the total daily energy intake. Conclusion: Energy intake derived from fat is higher than recommended 30 %. Despite of decreasing consumption of added fats (oil, lard etc.), total fat intake does not change significantly due to increased consumption of meat and meat products and milk and milk products, which are also a significant source of fats, especially saturated fats. With the objective of preventing diet related diseases, which present public health concern, nutritional goals are formulated and incorporated in National health and nutrition policy in Croatia.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Javno zdravstvo i zdravstvena zaštita



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekti:
005601

Ustanove:
Hrvatski zavod za javno zdravstvo


Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Kaić-Rak, Antoinette; Antonić-Degač, Katica; Hrabak-Žerjavić, Vlasta; Grubišić, Mirko
DAFNE : An Instrument for Evaluation of Food Consumption and Nutritional Habits in Relation to Mortality Trends in Croatia // Abstracts of the The 8th European Nutrition Conference ; u: Scandinavian journal of nutrition. Supplement / Samuelson, Gosta (ur.).
Lund: Swedish Nutrition Foundation, 1999. str. 85S-85S (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)
Kaić-Rak, A., Antonić-Degač, K., Hrabak-Žerjavić, V. & Grubišić, M. (1999) DAFNE : An Instrument for Evaluation of Food Consumption and Nutritional Habits in Relation to Mortality Trends in Croatia. U: Samuelson, G. (ur.)Abstracts of the The 8th European Nutrition Conference ; u: Scandinavian journal of nutrition. Supplement.
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