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Assessing Dietary Intake In Hispanic Adolescents

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Assessing Dietary Intake In Hispanic Adolescents
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19th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium
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Foster, Monica
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English
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Childhood obesity has been increasingly prevalent, with nearly one-third of children considered either overweight or obese. Obesity is a risk factor for multiple health conditions. Health disparities exist across racial/ethnic groups, with Hispanic youth having among the highest rates. A randomized controlled trial (RCT) is currently being conducted to investigate the effects of experimentally manipulated social status on energy balance in Hispanic American (HA) adolescents. In this RCT, eating behavior among 150 HA participants aged 15-21is assessed using food weights, self-reported dietary intake, and completion of the Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26). In the first portion of the study, participants consume a standardized breakfast and are then randomly assigned to either high or low social status that is simulated using a rigged game of Monopoly. After the game, participants are given an ad libitum buffet meal of which total consumption is measured through pre- and post-weight calculations. Each participant is sent home with a food diary and instructed to record all foods/drinks consumed for a period of 24 hours. All foods/drinks consumed during the study visit as well as foods/drinks reported using the 24-hour food diary are then input into Nutrition Data System for Research (NDSR), a dietary analysis program, where nutrient breakdowns are provided. The results of this study will allow us to characterize eating behavior and dietary intakes in Hispanic adolescents. ( en )
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Research authors: Monica Foster, Darci Miller, MPH, Michelle Cardel, PhD, RD - University of Florida
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Faculty Mentor: Childhood obesity has been increasingly prevalent, with nearly one-third of children considered either overweight or obese. Obesity is a risk factor for multiple health conditions. Health disparities exist across racial/ethnic groups, with Hispanic youth having among the highest rates. A randomized controlled trial (RCT) is currently being conducted to investigate the effects of experimentally manipulated social status on energy balance in Hispanic American (HA) adolescents. In this RCT, eating behavior among 150 HA participants aged 15-21is assessed using food weights, self-reported dietary intake, and completion of the Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-26). In the first portion of the study, participants consume a standardized breakfast and are then randomly assigned to either high or low social status that is simulated using a rigged game of Monopoly. After the game, participants are given an ad libitum buffet meal of which total consumption is measured through pre- and post-weight calculations. Each participant is sent home with a food diary and instructed to record all foods/drinks consumed for a period of 24 hours. All foods/drinks consumed during the study visit as well as foods/drinks reported using the 24-hour food diary are then input into Nutrition Data System for Research (NDSR), a dietary analysis program, where nutrient breakdowns are provided. The results of this study will allow us to characterize eating behavior and dietary intakes in Hispanic adolescents. - Center for Undergraduate Research,

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