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Evaluation of dietary changes during a 10 year observation period of the local Pol-MONICA population in Warsaw with regard to risk of cardiovascular diseases



Evaluation of dietary changes during a 10 year observation period of the local Pol-MONICA population in Warsaw with regard to risk of cardiovascular diseases



Przeglad Lekarski 52(11): 558-561



In the frame of the Warsaw Pol-MONICA Project three population screenings were performed in randomly selected 35-64 year men and women in 1984 (2571 participants), in 1988 (1397) and 1993 (1485). Twenty-four-hour dietary recalls were used for assessment of nutritional value of daily food ration and food products consumption. Statistical analyses was performed by linear regression method (SAS REG procedure). Substantial changes in food consumption pattern were noted during 10 years, particularly in the last 4 years. In 1993 participants of both sexes consumed significantly less cereals, butter, eggs (trend p < 0.01) and more fats of vegetable origin (trend p < 0.01). This changes reflected in nutritional values of daily food ration from 1984 to 1993: dietary cholesterol decreased from 630 mg to 433 mg in men and from 447 to 284 in women, percent of energy from saturated fatty acids decreased from 15.7% to 14.7% in men and from 15.9% to 13.9% in women, percent of energy from polyunsaturated fatty acids increased from 4.1% to 5.4% and from 4.3% to 5.5% respectively. Above mentioned changes resulted in a significant reduction of atherogenicity level of diet as expressed by Keys score. A period covered by the study was a period of economical changes in Poland associated with an introduction of a free food-market. Changes in food consumption and nutrient intake reflect the mixture of industry, mass communication patterns, and commercial advertising.

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