hrp0082p1-d3-50 | Bone (1) | ESPE2014

Genetic Study of Osteogenesis Imperfecta: Two Novel Mutations in COL1A1 and COL1A2

Castro-Feijoo Lidia , Loidi Lourdes , Quiroga Nuria , Cabanas Paloma , Heredia Claudia , Leis Rosaura , Barros Francisco , Pombo Manuel , Barreiro Jesus

Background: Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a clinically and genetically heterogeneous rare disorder characterized by variable symptoms including predisposition to fractures. OI has been associated with mutations affecting the synthesis of type I collagen. However, the new technologies have permitted the identification of other responsible genes which are in the collagen metabolic pathway, while others are not.Objective: Characterize the genotype of pati...

hrp0092p1-33 | Diabetes and Insulin | ESPE2019

Plasma Tocopherols and Carotenes are Decreased in Spanish Children and Adolescents with Insulin Resistance, Independently of Obesity

Rupérez Azahara I. , Lozano Gloria Bueno , Leis Rosaura , Gil-Campos Mercedes , Gil Ángel , Moreno Luis A. , Mesa María D. , Aguilera Concepción M.

Introduction: Childhood obesity and insulin resistance (IR) are rising in prevalence, increasing the future adults' cardio-metabolic risk. One of the potential mechanisms behind these alterations is oxidative stress, fruit of increased free radical production and diminished antioxidant defense. Although low plasma vitamin concentrations and oxidative stress have been observed to be associated with obesity in adults and children, their association with IR i...

hrp0089p2-p129 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity P2 | ESPE2018

Early-Life Risk Factors and Their Association with Hypertension in Spanish Children and Adolescents

Perez-Gimeno Gloria , Ruperez Azhara I , Gil-Campos Mercedes , Leis Rosaura , Aguilera Concepcion M , Gil Angel , Moreno Luis A , Bueno-Lozano Gloria

Introduction: In the last years, the prevalence of high blood pressure (HBP) has increased in children, contributing to raise the risk of future cardiovascular disease. It is known that family history, pregnancy characteristics and type of feeding in the first months of life are of great importance in the prevention of diseases in the offspring. In this study we aimed to investigate the association between early life risk factors and HBP in children and adolescents.<p clas...

hrp0095p1-35 | Diabetes and Insulin | ESPE2022

Does parental food choice preferences impact on metabolic control of children with type 1 diabetes?

López-Morago Casamayor Claudia , Domínguez Riscart Jesús , García Zarzuela Ana , Morales Pérez Celia , Leis Rosaura , M. Lechuga-Sancho Alfonso

Introduction: Diet plays a key role in the management of type 1 diabetes (T1D), thus nutritional education is a cornerstone in T1D therapy. The integration of nutrition knowledge into nutritional behavior may help parents inculcate a healthy lifestyle to their children. However, parents' diet and its potential impact on metabolic control of the disease of their children have been scarcely analyzed. This study was aimed to examine whether parents' foo...

hrp0092p3-119 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity | ESPE2019

ESPE 2019. Physical Activity, Food and Metabolic Risk in Children and Adolescents

de Lamas Carmela , Vázquez Rocío , José Bedoya Juan , Aguilera Concepción , Gil-Campos Mercedes , Bueno Gloria , Moreno Luis , Gil Ángel , Leis Rosaura

Introduction:The incidence of obesity increases unstoppably in all populations and at all ages, and with it, the associated metabolic morbidity and mortality. The promotion of physical activity and a healthy diet are the fundamental elements to alleviate this situation. The objective of this study is to determine the relationship of physical activity and eating patterns with body composition, the degree of adiposity and certain metabolic risk factors.<p cl...

hrp0089p3-p146 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity P3 | ESPE2018

Does the Level of Studies of Parents Influence the Follow-up of the Recommendations of the Nutritional Pyramid?

Rosaura Leis Trabazo Maria , de Lamas Perez Carmela , Vazquez Cobela Rocio , Jose Bedoya Carpente Juan , Olza Meneses Josune , Gil Hernandez Angel , Alberto Moreno Aznar Luis , Bueno Lozano Gloria , Gil Campos Mercedes , Aguilera Garcia Concepcion

Introduction: Several studies show the negative impact of low level of studies of parents on the dietary patterns and the degree of adiposity of their children. The objective of this study is to evaluate the relationship between the level of studies and compliance with the recommendations of healthy eating pyramid.Material and method: An anthropometric study was conducted in 895 Spanish children and adolescents (53% women), between 3 and 18 years old (10...

hrp0082p3-d1-663 | Bone | ESPE2014

Hypovitaminosis D: Factors Affecting in Spanish Children and Adolescents

Leis Rosaura , Vazquez Rocio , Maria Seoane Luisa , Barja-Fernandez Silvia , Martinez-Silva Isabel , Aguilera Concepcion M , Olza Josune , Gil-Campos Mercedes , Castro-Feijoo Lidia , Cadarso-Suarez Carmen , Gil Angel , Tojo Rafael

Background: Vitamin D adequate concentration is essential for growth, development and health during vital cycle. Hypovitaminosis D pandemic is associated with a wide range of pathologies.Objective and hypotheses: The objectives of the present study were to characterize vitamin D status in children and adolescents residing in Galicia (Northwest of Spain, latitude 43°N) and to determine if serum 25-hydroxy-vitamin D (25(OH)D) concentration is related ...

hrp0082p3-d2-781 | Fat Metabolism &amp; Obesity (1) | ESPE2014

Relationship Between Adiposity Degree and Physical Activity and Inactivity Among Children and Adolescents

Leis Rosaura , Vazquez-Cobela Rocio , Bedoya Juan Jose , Seoane Luisa Maria , Barja-Fernandez Silvia , Aguilera Concepcion , Olza Josune , Bueno Gloria , Gil-Campos Mercedes , Castro-Feijoo Lidia , Moreno Luis , Gil Angel , Tojo Rafael

Introduction: The highest prevalence of children and adolescents with obesity in Europe is observed in the south countries. This epidemic is related to unhealthy eating patterns, decreased physical activity and increased inactivity.Objective: To determine the relationship between adiposity degree and physical activity and inactivity in children and adolescents.Methods: 338 children from 6 to 8 years of age (x=11.11 years);...

hrp0084p3-887 | Fat | ESPE2015

Sports Regulated and Lipid Profile in Children and Adolescents with Overweight

Trabazo Rosaura Leis , Cobela Rocio Vazquez , Garcia Concepcion Aguilera , Lozano Gloria Bueno , Meneses Josune Olza , Campos Mercedes Gil , Carpente Juan Jose Bedoya , Feijoo Lidia Castro , Aznar Luis Moreno , Hernandez Angel Gil

Introduction: Obesity is the most common nutritional disorder in the paediatric age. Decreased physical activity and increased inactivity are important factors that are involved in this pandemic. The highest prevalence of obesity in Europe is in the South.Objective: To study the relationship between the practice of a regulated sport and lipid profile in overweight children and adolescents.Material and methods: 318 overweight childr...

hrp0092p1-345 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity (2) | ESPE2019

ANGPTL-4 in Children and Adolescents: Relation to Gender, Puberty and Obesity

Barja-Fernández Silvia , Folgueira Cintia , Castelao Cecilia , Pena-León Verónica , González-Saenz Patricia , Vázquez-Cobela Rocío , Aguilera Concepción M , Gil-Campos Mercedes , Bueno Gloria , Gil Ángel , Moreno Luis , Ruiz-Piñon Manuel , García-Palacios María , Casanueva Felipe F , Dieguez Carlos , Nogueiras Rubén , Seoane Luisa M. , Leis Rosaura

Introduction: Preclinical models demonstrated that Angiopoietin-like protein 4 (ANGPTL-4) regulates lipid metabolism and affects energy homeostasis. However, no data exist regarding its involvement in childhood and adolescence, periods of life with important metabolic changes.Objectives: We aimed to investigate circulating levels of ANGPTL-4 in children and adolescents and its relationship with gender, puberty and obesit...