Abstract Title:

Study of association between beverage consumption pattern and lipid profile in shift workers.

Abstract Source:

Diabetes Metab Syndr. 2016 Jun 8. Epub 2016 Jun 8. PMID: 27381967

Abstract Author(s):

Nafiseh Shokri Mashhadi, Saeed Saadat, Mohammad Reza Afsharmanesh, Saeed Shirali

Article Affiliation:

Nafiseh Shokri Mashhadi


AIMS: The circadian system influences on health and metabolic function that can cause raising some risk factor of metabolic syndrome. Few studies have examined data that incorporate the full complexity of daily beverage intake pattern on lipid profiles. The purpose of this study was to investigate relation between daily water and beverage intake of adults working in day or shift work and lipid profile.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: Total beverages intake was estimated in shift and administrative staff of Ahvaz International Airport, Iran. Forty five male, aged 25-55 years, attending this institute were invited to participate in this study. They completed a three-day food records and all participants were measured plasma lipid profiles.

RESULTS AND CONCLUSION: Forty one of participants completed all aspects of the study. Two clusters were emerged, labeled descriptively as Conventional including"high Sugar-sweetened drinkers"and"low sugar drinkers". The highest intake of water was in cluster 1 (1170.9ml/day) even this amount is much less than the daily recommended amounts. There were significant differences in triglyceride levels among day and night shift workers. According to the results, there is inadequacy of water and high sugar beverage intake among the shift workers which it is a potential risk of some related chronic diseases such as metabolic syndrome with high triglyceride level in the future.

Study Type : Human Study

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