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Evolution of the biochemical profile of children treated or undergoing treatment for moderate or severe stunting: consequences of metabolic programming?

01-artigoObjective: to evaluate changes in the biochemical profile of children treated or being treatedfor moderate or severe stunting in a nutrition recovery and education center. Methods: this was a retrospective longitudinal study of 263 children treated at this centerbetween August of 2008 to August of 2011, aged 1 to 6 years, diagnosed with moderate (z-scoreof height-for-age [HAZ] < -2) or severe stunting (HAZ < -3). Data were collected on socioeconomicconditions, dietary habits, and biochemical changes, as well as height according to age.

 

 

 

Evolution of the biochemical profile of children treated or undergoing treatment for moderate or severe stunting: consequences of metabolic programming?

PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Stunting; Dyslipidemia; Insulin growthfactor-like I; Metabolic diseases Nutritional recovery

AUTORES:  Alves JF, Britto RP, Ferreira HS, Sawaya AL, Florêncio TM.

ANO: 2013

 

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