publication . Article . 2013

Randomized clinical trials of the effect of sugar sweetened beverages consumption on adiposity in youngers than 16y old: systematic review

Arturo Jiménez-Cruz; Luis Mario Gómez-Miranda; Montserrat Bacardí-Gascón;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2013
  • Publisher: Grupo Arán
Introducción: Se ha observado una asociación entre el consumo de bebidas azucaradas y diversas enfermedades metabólicas. Objetivo: Analizar estudios aleatorizados de 52 o más semanas de intervención, en individuos < 16 años de edad, que evalúen el efecto de la reducción 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 estudios aleatorizados publicados hasta el 21 de agosto de 2013. Los términos utilizados para la búsqueda fueron "Sugar Sweetened Beverages" y "Weight gain". Se excluyeron los artículos que no reportaban datos iniciales o fin...
free text keywords: Bebidas azucaradas, Niños, Adiposidad, Ensayos aleatorizados, Revisión sistemática, Sweetened drinks, Children, Adiposity, RCT, Systematic review, Nutritional diseases. Deficiency diseases, RC620-627

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