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...

hrp0086p1-p454 | Fat Metabolism and Obesity P1 | ESPE2016

Influence of Television Viewing During Meals on Eating Patterns

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

Background: Recent studies show negative impact of the use of television while having food on the eating patterns.Objective and hypotheses: Our goal is to use cluster analysis to evaluate this influence in children.Method: In 895 Spanish children and adolescents (47% male and 53% female), from 3 to 18 years of age (10.25±2.67 years), a validated food frequency and food consumption habits questionnaire (CFCA) is performed. Thre...

hrp0086p2-p515 | Fat Metabolism and Obesity P2 | ESPE2016

Early Blood Pressure Abnormalities Related to Cardiovascular Risk in Obese Children and Adolescents

Herraiz Gastesi Gonzalo , Pilar Samper Villagrasa Maria , Moreno Aznar Luis , Leis Trabazo Rosaura , Aguilera Garcia Concepcion , Gil Hernandez Angel , Gil-Campos Mercedes , Maria Garagorri Otero Jesus , Gloria Bueno Lozano Maria

Background: Emerging data suggest that ambulatory blood pressure (BP) monitoring for 24 h may be efficient in the diagnosis of hypertension in adults, children and adolescents. Additionally, in adults, it may predict the existence of some early BP abnormalities related to cardiovascular risk: (a) elevated BP load (>25%) and (b) non-dipping (BP decrease in night-time <10%).Objective and hypotheses: To evaluate the presence of early BP abnormalitie...