Association between diet and physical activity and sedentary behaviours in 9-10-year-old British White children

P. A J Vissers, A. P. Jones, E. M F van Sluijs, A. Jennings, A. Welch, A. Cassidy, S. J. Griffin, H Okubo, S R Crozier, N C Harvey, K M Godfrey, H M Inskip, Cirrelda Cooper, S M Robinson, José Joaquín Muros, Cristian Cofre-Bolados, Daniel Arriscado, Félix Zurita, Emily Knox, Marcos Moura-Dos-SantosJoão Wellington-Barros, Marcelus Brito-Almeida, Raul Manhães-de-Castro, José Maia, Carol Góis Leandro, P De Miguel-Etayo, Luis Gracia-Marco, Francisco B. Ortega, T Intemann, R Foraita, L Lissner, L Oja, G Barba, N Michels, M Tornaritis, D Molnár, Y Pitsiladis, W Ahrens, Luis A. Moreno, Magdalena Cuenca-Garc??a, Inge Huybrechts, Jonatan R. Ruiz, Francisco B. Ortega, Charlene Ottevaere, Marcela Gonz??lez-Gross, Luis A. Moreno, Germ??n Vicente-Rodr??guez, Den??s Moln??r, Angela Polito, Yannis Manios, Maria Plada, Jeremy Vanhelst, Kurt Widhalm, Michael Sj??str??m, Mathilde Kersting, Manuel J. Castillo, Mónica Adriana Forero-Bogotá, Mónica Liliana Ojeda-Pardo, Antonio García-Hermoso, Jorge Enrique Correa-Bautista, Emilio González-Jiménez, Jacqueline Schmidt-RíoValle, Carmen Flores Navarro-Pérez, Luis Gracia-Marco, Dimitris Vlachopoulos, Javier Martínez-Torres, Robinson Ramírez-Vélez

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BACKGROUND: Poor diet quality in early childhood is inconsistently linked to obesity risk. Understanding may be limited by the use of cross-sectional data and the use of body mass index (BMI) to define adiposity in childhood.\n\nOBJECTIVE: The objective of this study is to examine the effects of continued exposure to diets of varying quality across early childhood in relation to adiposity at 6 years.\n\nMETHODS: One thousand and eighteen children from a prospective UK birth cohort were studied. Diet was assessed using food frequency questionnaires when the children were aged 6 and 12 months, and 3 and 6 years; diet quality was determined according to scores for a principal component analysis-defined dietary pattern at each age (characterized by frequent consumption of fruits, vegetables and fish). At each age, children were allocated a value of 0/1/2 according to third of the distribution (bottom/middle/top) their diet quality score was in; values were summed to calculate an overall diet quality index (DQI) for early childhood (range 0-8). Obesity outcomes considered at 6 years were dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry-assessed fat mass and BMI.\n\nRESULTS: One hundred and seven (11%) children had a DQI=0, indicating a consistently low diet quality, 339 (33%) had a DQI=1-3, 378 (37%) had a DQI=4-6 and 194 (19%) had a DQI=7-8. There was a strong association between lower DQI and higher fat mass z-score at 6 years that was robust to adjustment for confounders (fat mass s.d. per 1-unit DQI increase: β=-0.05 (95% confidence interval (CI): -0.09, -0.01), P=0.01). In comparison with children who had the highest diet quality (DQI=7-8), this amounted to a difference in fat mass of 14% (95% CI: 2%, 28%) at 6 years for children with the poorest diets (DQI=0). In contrast, no independent associations were observed between DQI and BMI.\n\nCONCLUSIONS: Continued exposure to diets of low quality across early childhood is linked to adiposity at the age of 6 years.International Journal of Obesity advance online publication, 30 June 2015; doi:10.1038/ijo.2015.97.
Idioma originalEnglish (US)
Título de la publicación alojadaInternational journal of obesity (2005)
EditorialElsevier Ireland Ltd
Páginas231-240
Número de páginas10
ISBN (versión impresa)0307-0565
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EstadoPublished - 2013

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NombreInternational journal of obesity (2005)
Volumen35

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Obesity
Confidence Intervals
Photon Absorptiometry
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Vissers, P. A. J., Jones, A. P., van Sluijs, E. M. F., Jennings, A., Welch, A., Cassidy, A., ... Ramírez-Vélez, R. (2013). Association between diet and physical activity and sedentary behaviours in 9-10-year-old British White children. En International journal of obesity (2005) (pp. 231-240). (International journal of obesity (2005); Vol. 35). Elsevier Ireland Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jneb.2013.02.006
Vissers, P. A J ; Jones, A. P. ; van Sluijs, E. M F ; Jennings, A. ; Welch, A. ; Cassidy, A. ; Griffin, S. J. ; Okubo, H ; Crozier, S R ; Harvey, N C ; Godfrey, K M ; Inskip, H M ; Cooper, Cirrelda ; Robinson, S M ; Muros, José Joaquín ; Cofre-Bolados, Cristian ; Arriscado, Daniel ; Zurita, Félix ; Knox, Emily ; Moura-Dos-Santos, Marcos ; Wellington-Barros, João ; Brito-Almeida, Marcelus ; Manhães-de-Castro, Raul ; Maia, José ; Góis Leandro, Carol ; De Miguel-Etayo, P ; Gracia-Marco, Luis ; Ortega, Francisco B. ; Intemann, T ; Foraita, R ; Lissner, L ; Oja, L ; Barba, G ; Michels, N ; Tornaritis, M ; Molnár, D ; Pitsiladis, Y ; Ahrens, W ; Moreno, Luis A. ; Cuenca-Garc??a, Magdalena ; Huybrechts, Inge ; Ruiz, Jonatan R. ; Ortega, Francisco B. ; Ottevaere, Charlene ; Gonz??lez-Gross, Marcela ; Moreno, Luis A. ; Vicente-Rodr??guez, Germ??n ; Moln??r, Den??s ; Polito, Angela ; Manios, Yannis ; Plada, Maria ; Vanhelst, Jeremy ; Widhalm, Kurt ; Sj??str??m, Michael ; Kersting, Mathilde ; Castillo, Manuel J. ; Forero-Bogotá, Mónica Adriana ; Ojeda-Pardo, Mónica Liliana ; García-Hermoso, Antonio ; Correa-Bautista, Jorge Enrique ; González-Jiménez, Emilio ; Schmidt-RíoValle, Jacqueline ; Navarro-Pérez, Carmen Flores ; Gracia-Marco, Luis ; Vlachopoulos, Dimitris ; Martínez-Torres, Javier ; Ramírez-Vélez, Robinson. / Association between diet and physical activity and sedentary behaviours in 9-10-year-old British White children. International journal of obesity (2005). Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2013. pp. 231-240 (International journal of obesity (2005)).
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Association between diet and physical activity and sedentary behaviours in 9-10-year-old British White children. / Vissers, P. A J; Jones, A. P.; van Sluijs, E. M F; Jennings, A.; Welch, A.; Cassidy, A.; Griffin, S. J.; Okubo, H; Crozier, S R; Harvey, N C; Godfrey, K M; Inskip, H M; Cooper, Cirrelda; Robinson, S M; Muros, José Joaquín; Cofre-Bolados, Cristian; Arriscado, Daniel; Zurita, Félix; Knox, Emily; Moura-Dos-Santos, Marcos; Wellington-Barros, João; Brito-Almeida, Marcelus; Manhães-de-Castro, Raul; Maia, José; Góis Leandro, Carol; De Miguel-Etayo, P; Gracia-Marco, Luis; Ortega, Francisco B.; Intemann, T; Foraita, R; Lissner, L; Oja, L; Barba, G; Michels, N; Tornaritis, M; Molnár, D; Pitsiladis, Y; Ahrens, W; Moreno, Luis A.; Cuenca-Garc??a, Magdalena; Huybrechts, Inge; Ruiz, Jonatan R.; Ortega, Francisco B.; Ottevaere, Charlene; Gonz??lez-Gross, Marcela; Moreno, Luis A.; Vicente-Rodr??guez, Germ??n; Moln??r, Den??s; Polito, Angela; Manios, Yannis; Plada, Maria; Vanhelst, Jeremy; Widhalm, Kurt; Sj??str??m, Michael; Kersting, Mathilde; Castillo, Manuel J.; Forero-Bogotá, Mónica Adriana; Ojeda-Pardo, Mónica Liliana; García-Hermoso, Antonio; Correa-Bautista, Jorge Enrique; González-Jiménez, Emilio; Schmidt-RíoValle, Jacqueline; Navarro-Pérez, Carmen Flores; Gracia-Marco, Luis; Vlachopoulos, Dimitris; Martínez-Torres, Javier; Ramírez-Vélez, Robinson.

International journal of obesity (2005). Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2013. p. 231-240 (International journal of obesity (2005); Vol. 35).

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AU - Harvey, N C

AU - Godfrey, K M

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AU - Cooper, Cirrelda

AU - Robinson, S M

AU - Muros, José Joaquín

AU - Cofre-Bolados, Cristian

AU - Arriscado, Daniel

AU - Zurita, Félix

AU - Knox, Emily

AU - Moura-Dos-Santos, Marcos

AU - Wellington-Barros, João

AU - Brito-Almeida, Marcelus

AU - Manhães-de-Castro, Raul

AU - Maia, José

AU - Góis Leandro, Carol

AU - De Miguel-Etayo, P

AU - Gracia-Marco, Luis

AU - Ortega, Francisco B.

AU - Intemann, T

AU - Foraita, R

AU - Lissner, L

AU - Oja, L

AU - Barba, G

AU - Michels, N

AU - Tornaritis, M

AU - Molnár, D

AU - Pitsiladis, Y

AU - Ahrens, W

AU - Moreno, Luis A.

AU - Cuenca-Garc??a, Magdalena

AU - Huybrechts, Inge

AU - Ruiz, Jonatan R.

AU - Ortega, Francisco B.

AU - Ottevaere, Charlene

AU - Gonz??lez-Gross, Marcela

AU - Moreno, Luis A.

AU - Vicente-Rodr??guez, Germ??n

AU - Moln??r, Den??s

AU - Polito, Angela

AU - Manios, Yannis

AU - Plada, Maria

AU - Vanhelst, Jeremy

AU - Widhalm, Kurt

AU - Sj??str??m, Michael

AU - Kersting, Mathilde

AU - Castillo, Manuel J.

AU - Forero-Bogotá, Mónica Adriana

AU - Ojeda-Pardo, Mónica Liliana

AU - García-Hermoso, Antonio

AU - Correa-Bautista, Jorge Enrique

AU - González-Jiménez, Emilio

AU - Schmidt-RíoValle, Jacqueline

AU - Navarro-Pérez, Carmen Flores

AU - Gracia-Marco, Luis

AU - Vlachopoulos, Dimitris

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N2 - BACKGROUND: Poor diet quality in early childhood is inconsistently linked to obesity risk. Understanding may be limited by the use of cross-sectional data and the use of body mass index (BMI) to define adiposity in childhood.\n\nOBJECTIVE: The objective of this study is to examine the effects of continued exposure to diets of varying quality across early childhood in relation to adiposity at 6 years.\n\nMETHODS: One thousand and eighteen children from a prospective UK birth cohort were studied. Diet was assessed using food frequency questionnaires when the children were aged 6 and 12 months, and 3 and 6 years; diet quality was determined according to scores for a principal component analysis-defined dietary pattern at each age (characterized by frequent consumption of fruits, vegetables and fish). At each age, children were allocated a value of 0/1/2 according to third of the distribution (bottom/middle/top) their diet quality score was in; values were summed to calculate an overall diet quality index (DQI) for early childhood (range 0-8). Obesity outcomes considered at 6 years were dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry-assessed fat mass and BMI.\n\nRESULTS: One hundred and seven (11%) children had a DQI=0, indicating a consistently low diet quality, 339 (33%) had a DQI=1-3, 378 (37%) had a DQI=4-6 and 194 (19%) had a DQI=7-8. There was a strong association between lower DQI and higher fat mass z-score at 6 years that was robust to adjustment for confounders (fat mass s.d. per 1-unit DQI increase: β=-0.05 (95% confidence interval (CI): -0.09, -0.01), P=0.01). In comparison with children who had the highest diet quality (DQI=7-8), this amounted to a difference in fat mass of 14% (95% CI: 2%, 28%) at 6 years for children with the poorest diets (DQI=0). In contrast, no independent associations were observed between DQI and BMI.\n\nCONCLUSIONS: Continued exposure to diets of low quality across early childhood is linked to adiposity at the age of 6 years.International Journal of Obesity advance online publication, 30 June 2015; doi:10.1038/ijo.2015.97.

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Vissers PAJ, Jones AP, van Sluijs EMF, Jennings A, Welch A, Cassidy A y otros. Association between diet and physical activity and sedentary behaviours in 9-10-year-old British White children. En International journal of obesity (2005). Elsevier Ireland Ltd. 2013. p. 231-240. (International journal of obesity (2005)). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jneb.2013.02.006