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Abstract Title:

Sugar-Sweetened Beverages andat Second Year of Life: BRISA Cohort Study.

Abstract Source:

Nutrients. 2023 Jul 20 ;15(14). Epub 2023 Jul 20. PMID: 37513636

Abstract Author(s):

Alessandra Karla Oliveira Amorim Muniz, Elcio Oliveira Vianna, Luana Lopes Padilha, Joelma Ximenes Prado Teixeira Nascimento, Rosangela Fernandes Lucena Batista, Marco Antonio Barbieri, Heloisa Bettiol, Cecilia Claudia Costa Ribeiro

Article Affiliation:

Alessandra Karla Oliveira Amorim Muniz

Abstract:

Sugar-Sweetened Beverage (SSBs) consumption has risen in early life and it is plausible that it might increase children's risk of allergies. In this paper, we analyzed the association of SSB consumption with allergies in children's second year of life. This study analyzed data from a São Luís BRISA prenatal cohort in the follow-up of children (= 1144) in their second year of life.were a latent variable deduced from medical diagnoses of allergic rhinitis, atopic dermatitis, and food allergies. SSBs were investigated as a percentage of daily calories based on 24 h recalls, including industrialized fruit juices, soft drinks, and ready-made chocolate milk. Other variables analyzed were socioeconomic status, age, body mass index z-score, episodes of diarrhea, and breastfeeding. Our finds were that higher consumption of daily calories from SSBs was associated with highervalues (SC = 0.174;= 0.025); older age (SC = -0.181;= 0.030) was associated with lowervalues; and episodes of diarrhea were correlated with(SC = 0.287;= 0.015). SSB exposure was associated within children's second year of life; thus, abstaining from these beverages may also confer additional advantages in curtailing allergic diseases during early childhood.

Study Type : Human Study

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