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A 24-week intervention based on nutrition care process improves diet quality, body mass index, ...
  • Date2021-02-23 15:48
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Nutrition Research, 2020.84, 53-62, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nutres.2020.09.005


A 24-week intervention based on nutrition care process improves diet quality, body mass index, and motivation in children and adolescents with obesity

So Yeong Lee, Seulki Oh;YoonMyung Kim;Sarah Woo;Han Byul Jang;Hye-Ja Lee;Sang Ick Park;Kyung Hee Park;Hyunjung Lim


Abstract

    Higher motivation could support to lead behavioral change for obese children and adolescents. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of a nutrition care process (NCP)–based intervention targeted on diet and weight status in moderate to severe obese children and adolescents in Korea. One hundred four subjects (mean age: 10.95 years, body mass index (BMI) ≥97th percentile of age-sex) participated in the present study. Subjects were divided into a usual care group (UG) and a nutrition group (NG). All participants underwent nutrition education 6 times. The NG received individual access and continuous monitoring and setting goals with respect to nutritional problems. Consumption of high-calorie, low-nutrient (HCLN) food was significantly decreased (P < .05) and the Diet Quality Index-International (DQI-I) score also increased with respect to sodium (P < .001). The total self-efficacy score was increased from 9.15 to 10.14 points (P < .01). After 24 weeks, the BMI-z-score decreased from 2.27 to 2.19 in the NG (P < .05); however, no group difference was found. BMI-z-score was negatively associated with self-efficacy (β = -0.03, P < .019). NCP-based intervention might be helpful to solve dietary problems by enhancing self-efficacy and lower BMI-z-score in moderately to severely obese children and adolescents.



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  • This research was supported by a fund by Research of Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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