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Inadequate water intake of brestfeeding women


Krešić, Greta; Dujmović, Mihela; Mrduljaš, Nikolina
Inadequate water intake of brestfeeding women // Progress in Nutrition, 18 (2016), 266-275 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Inadequate water intake of brestfeeding women

Autori
Krešić, Greta ; Dujmović, Mihela ; Mrduljaš, Nikolina

Izvornik
Progress in Nutrition (1129-8723) 18 (2016); 266-275

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Beverages ; breastfeeding women ; dietary intake ; food moisture ; total water intake

Sažetak
Despite evidence of importance of water for the general population’ health, water intake estimatesin breastfeeding women are lacking. Therefore, this study aimed at estimating water intakes and identifying dietary water sources in a sample of Croatian breastfeeding women one month postpartum. For the sake of comparison, water intakes of similarly aged non breastfeeding postpartum women were estimated too. A total of 83 full-breastfeeding and 76 non-breastfeeding women were recruited. Data on total water intake were collected from two consecutive 24-hour dietary recalls. On average, the breastfeeding women take 73.61% and the non- breastfeeding 88.45% of the recommended water amount. In the breastfeeding women, 44.80% of the total water intake was represented by plain water, 20.02% by other beverages and 35.18% by food moisture, similar as with the non-breastfeeding group (39.40%, 28.30% and 32.30%, respectively). Except for the plain water, whose average intake was 890.32 ml/day in the breastfeeding and 696.24 ml/day in the non- breastfeeding women, the main water sources in the breastfeeding group were milk and dairy, while in the non-breastfeeding group these were sugar-sweetened beverages and vegetables. In the breastfeeding group, water intake positively correlated with the total (r=0.47 ; p<0.001), protein-derived (r=0.16 ; p=0.036) and carbohydrate-derived energy intake (r=0.19 ; p<0.001), but inversely with fat-derived energy intake (r=- 0.22 ; p=0.039). The same was established in the non-breastfeeding group. Given that total water intake of the surveyed women was found inadequate, these estimates can guide both further research and messages raising general public awareness on the importance of adequate water intake in breastfeeding women

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Prehrambena tehnologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Fakultet za menadžment u turizmu i ugostiteljstvu, Opatija

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  • Web of Science Core Collection (WoSCC)
    • Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXP)
    • SCI-EXP, SSCI i/ili A&HCI
  • Scopus