publication . Article . 2013

Randomized clinical trials on the sugar sweetened beverages on adiposity in older than 13 y: systematic review

Luis Mario Gómez-Miranda; Arturo Jiménez-Cruz; Montserrat Bacardí-Gascón;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2013
  • Publisher: Grupo Arán
Abstract
Introducción: Se ha observado una asociación entre el aumento del consumo de bebidas azucaradas y las enfermedades metabólicas. Objetivo: Analizar estudios aleatorizados (EA) en > 13 años de edad, de 18 o más semanas de intervención, que valoren la reducción o el aumento en el consumo de bebidas azucaradas, saborizadas, jugos de frutas y bebidas carbonatadas, sobre indicadores de adiposidad. Metodología: Se realizó una búsqueda en PubMed, de EA publicados hasta el 10 de abril de 2013. El término utilizado para la búsqueda fue "Sugar Sweetened Beverages". Se encontraron tres estudios enfocados a reducir y uno a aumentar12 el consumo de bebidas azucaradas. Resulta...
Subjects
free text keywords: Bebidas azucaradas, Adiposidad, Ensayos aleatorizados, Revisión sistemática, Review, Dietary supplements, Cervical cancer, Chemopreventive, Palliative, Nutritional diseases. Deficiency diseases, RC620-627

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