Relationship between long-term calcium intake and bone mineral content of children aged from birth to 5 years.
This study evaluated Ca intake in Hong Kong Chinese children and examined the association between long-term Ca intake and bone mineral content (BMC) in children.
Longitudinal dietary intake from birth to 5 years was obtained in 128 children (sixty-seven boys, sixty-one girls).
Ca intakes were evaluated by dietary history and cross-checked with food frequency and 24 h recall.
At age 5 years BMC was determined at the one-thud distal radius of the right arm using single-photon absorptiometry.
The mean Ca intake of 133 children at 5 years was 546 (SD 325) mg/d. Milk was the chief source of Ca (43.5%). From birth to 5 years, 90% of the children had been taking milk regularly.
Mots-clés Pascal : HongKong, Asie, Chinois, Etude longitudinale, Calcium, Consommation alimentaire, Os, Elément minéral, Age, Surveillance sanitaire, Coutume alimentaire, Nutrition, Comportement alimentaire, Nouveau né, Homme, Nourrisson, Enfant
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Hong Kong, Asia, Chinese, Follow up study, Calcium, Food intake, Bone, Inorganic element, Age, Sanitary surveillance, Food habit, Nutrition, Feeding behavior, Newborn, Human, Infant, Child
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Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique
Cote : 93-0615112
Code Inist : 002B29B. Création : 199406.