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Satoh, A., Sakurada, T., Hatakeyama, A., Fukuoka, Y., Hatakeyama, R. and Sasaki, H. (2008) Dietary guidance for older patients with diabetes mellitus and primary caregivers using a model nutritional balance chart. Japan Journal of Nursing Science, 5, 83-89. doi:10.1111/j.1742-7924.2008.00105.x

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  • TITLE: Diets of obese and non-obese children

    AUTHORS: Atsuko Satoh, Seiko Fujita, Kazuko Menzawa, Sangun Lee, Masao Miyamoto, Hidatada Sasaki

    KEYWORDS: Food Intake; Exercise; Sedentary Times; Children; Obesity

    JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vol.3 No.8, August 10, 2011

    ABSTRACT: Aim: To compare diets between obese and non-obese in children. Methods: Thirty-four obese and ten non-obese school children were recruited and their habitual factors of obesity were asked. Intakes of food in the obesity and non-obesity groups were checked using a model nutritional balance chart (MNBC). Results: Average intake ratio of food relative to ideal food intake was significantly higher in the non-obesity group than the obesity group. The relationship between obesity and exercise was significant but not significant for intake ratio of food, times watching TV and playing games. Conclusion: Food intake is not a primary factor of obesity but exercise is a key factor for obesity in school children. Since the effect of diet intervention in obese children was slight, exercise habit would be a more important strategy to reduce obesity than diet in school children.