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과체중 이상 성인에서 혈중 콜레스테롤 수준에 따른 영양소 섭취량, 혈중 산화 및 염증 관련 지표에 관한 연구A Study on Blood Lipid Levels, Nutrient Intakes, and Oxidation and Inflammation Markers of Overweight and Obese Adults according to Blood Cholesterol Levels in Korea

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A Study on Blood Lipid Levels, Nutrient Intakes, and Oxidation and Inflammation Markers of Overweight and Obese Adults according to Blood Cholesterol Levels in Korea
Authors
연지영김미현
Issue Date
Mar-2011
Publisher
한국식품영양학회
Keywords
overweight; obese; hyperlipidemia; oxidation; inflammation; overweight; obese; hyperlipidemia; oxidation; inflammation
Citation
한국식품영양학회지, v.24, no.1, pp.1 - 11
Journal Title
한국식품영양학회지
Volume
24
Number
1
Start Page
1
End Page
11
URI
https://scholarworks.sookmyung.ac.kr/handle/2020.sw.sookmyung/54860
ISSN
1225-4339
Abstract
This study was designed to investigate the relationships among blood lipid levels, nutrient intakes, oxidation and inflammation markers of overweight adults(23≤BMI<25) and obese(BMI≥25) in Korea. The subjects were classified as control, borderline hyperlipidemia. and hyperlipidemia groups based on The Korean Guidelines of Hyperlipidemia Treatment for the Prevention of Atherosclerosis. The study was conducted through questionnaires, anthropometric checkups, 2-days of 24 hr recalls, and blood biomarker analyses. Systolic blood pressure(SBP) was significantly increased in the hyperlipidemia group(p=0.0464). Intakes of nutrients were not significantly different among the three groups. Blood oxidized-LDL levels were significantly increased in the hyperlipidemia group(p<0.0001). Blood triglyceride(TG) levels were positively associated with BMI(p=0.0498), SBP(p=0.0158), and diastolic blood pressure(DBP; p=0.0076). Blood total cholesterol levels were positively associated with SBP(p=0.0005), and blood HDL-cholesterol levels were negatively associated with body fat (p=0.0408). Blood LDL-cholesterol levels were negatively associated with height(p=0.0207), and blood VLDL-cholesterol levels were positively associated with SBP(p=0.0011) and DBP(p=0.0490). Intakes of protein(p=0.0257) and dietary fiber (p=0.0094) were positively associated with blood HDL-cholesterol levels. Frap levels were positively associated with TG levels(p=0.0001) and VLDL-cholesterol levels(p=0.0077). Oxidized-LDL levels were positively associated with LDL-cholesterol levels(p=0.0135). These results suggest that oxidation and inflammation markers may be related to hypercholesterolemia progress, and dietary fiber intake may play a role in preventing hyperlipidemia in overweight and obese adults.
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