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Is salt intake hidden risk for rural population: case study Village of Sjeverovac, County Sisacko-moslavacka?

Vitale, Ksenija and Sović, Slavica and Džakula, Aleksandar and Keranović, Adis and Jelaković, Bojan (2012) Is salt intake hidden risk for rural population: case study Village of Sjeverovac, County Sisacko-moslavacka? Collegium Antropologicum, 36 (S1). pp. 261-4. ISSN 0350-6134

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    Croatian abstract

    UNOS SOLI, SKRIVENI RIZIK ZA RURALNU POPULACIJU: PRIKAZ SLUČAJA SELO SJEVEROVAC, SISAČKO MOSLAVAČKA ŽUPANIJA ----- Prehrambene navike između urbane i rurlane populacije razlikuju se kao i životni stilovi i socioekonomski statusi tih populacija. U Hrvatskoj ruralne populacije su pretožno uzgajivači stoke, a njihova prehrana ovisi o vlastitoj proizvodnji što uključuje veće količine mesnih prerađevina, jaja i mliječnih proizvoda. Podaci za ovu studiju su dobiveni iz Hrvatske zdravstvene ankete te pilot projekta u tri sela u Sisačko moslavačkoj županiji. Rezultati su pokazali da nema razlike između urbane i ruralne populacije u unosu soli, ali razlika postoji u vrsti namirnica i načinu pripreme. Smatramo da bi upitnici morali biti socijalno i kulturološki osjetljiviji te da je potrebno uključiti i analitičke metode bioloških matrica, a sve u cilju dobivanja što vjerodostojnijih rezultata.

    English abstract

    Nutritional habits between urban and rural population differ as much as life style and socioeconomic standards of these populations. In Croatia, rural populations are mostly live stock producers. Their nutrition frequently depends on their own production, which includes high quantity of cured meat products, eggs and dairy products. Data were obtained from longitudinal the Croatian Adult health Survey and pilot cross-sectional survey in three villages in Sisacko-moslavacka county. Our findings show that there is no great difference between urban and rural population regarding salt intake. The difference is in the type of food and food preparation, as well as life style. We propose combination of more culturally and socially sensitive questionnaires along with analytical methods that include biological matrix, such as 24-hour urine collection.

    Item Type: Article
    MeSH: Croatia ; Cross-Sectional Studies ; Humans ; Pilot Projects ; Risk Factors ; Rural Population ; Sodium Chloride, Dietary/administration & dosage ; Sodium Chloride, Dietary/adverse effects
    Divisions: Katedra za internu medicinu
    Katedra za socijalnu medicinu i organizaciju zdravstvene zaštite
    Katedra za zdravstvenu ekologiju i medicinu rada
    Depositing User: Marijan Šember
    Status: Published
    Creators:
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    Vitale, Ksenija
    Sović, Slavica
    Džakula, Aleksandar
    Keranović, Adis
    Jelaković, Bojan
    Date: January 2012
    Date Deposited: 22 Mar 2012 10:58
    Last Modified: 22 Mar 2012 10:58
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    URI: http://medlib.mef.hr/id/eprint/1557

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