Data

Year of publication

2020

Type

Qualitative

Design

Cross-sectional

Classification

NOVA

Country studied

Brazil

Data

Secondary

Data Collected

One food frequency

Study setting

Hospital

Age group of participant

Adults/16-30+

Participant sex

Female

Target population

Vulnerable (pregnant women)

Sample size

n= 142 (participants)

Food consumption according to the degree of processing, dietary diversity and socio-demographic factors among pregnant women in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: The Rio Birth Cohort Study of Environmental Exposure and Childhood Development (PIPA project)./Nutrition and Health

Goal

Analyze food consumption according to the degree of food processing, dietary diversity, and associated socio-demographic factors during pregnancy.

Results

Over 60% of women consumed at least three non-UPF groups. 25% showed dietary diversity. Education level was associated with regular intake of meat and eggs. White women reported eating "packaged ready meals" more frequently

Authors

Naspolini NF, Machado PP, Rodrigues CI, Camara VDM, Moreira JC, Meyer A.

Journal

DOI