Nutrition, Metabolism & Cardiovascular Diseases
AgostinisSobrinho C, et al. –
The objective of the study described in this paper is to evaluate the independent and combined relationship of muscular fitness and adherence to the SEADiet on cardiometabolic risk in adolescents. These outcomes appear to recommend that improving muscular fitness and also an adherence to the SEADiet could be a vital strategy to decrease clustered cardiometabolic risk in youth.
- In this research, they designed a cross–sectional study.
- A sum of 467 Portuguese adolescents (275 girls) participated in this study.
- Sum of the Z–Scores of Curl–Up and Push–Up tests was utilized to create a muscular fitness score.
- Adherence to SEADiet was acquired utilizing a food frequency questionnaire.
- A cardiometabolic risk score was computed from sum of Z–score of triglycerides, systolic blood pressure, total cholesterol/HDL ratio, HOMA–IR and waist circumference.
- Adolescents with low muscular fitness and low adherence to the SEADiet had the poorest cardiovascular profile F(5, 452)=5.074 p