父母不吃早饭,孩子容易长胖?
  • 本研究对日本代表性样本随访10年采集数据;针对43, 663名1.5-12岁的肥胖的儿童,研究父母和儿童不吃早餐与儿童超重、肥胖之间的关联。
  • 发现在孩子1.5岁时,12%的母亲和32%的父亲不吃早餐,他们的孩子比吃早餐的孩子更容易不吃早餐。
  • 父母都不吃早餐的,孩子最容易不吃早餐。
  • 吃早餐的儿童相比,不吃早餐的儿童超重、肥胖的风险增加了18到116%。
  • 所以,为了让孩子能够健康成长,父母应吃好早餐,并让孩子吃好早餐。
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Association between skipping breakfast in parents and children and childhood overweight/obesity among children: a nationwide 10.5-year prospective study in Japan

父母和孩子不吃早餐与儿童期超重、肥胖的关联:一项日本全国性的10.5年前瞻性研究

10.1038/s41366-018-0066-5

2018-04-23, Article

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Background/objectives: The longitudinal association between skipping breakfast in parents and their children, and the subsequent risk of childhood overweight/obesity is unknown, especially in children under 10 years of age. We therefore aimed to prospectively assess the association between parents who skip their breakfast and the risk of children skipping their breakfast, as well as the risk of childhood overweight/obesity in children who skip their breakfast, using a10.5-year follow-up data on nationality representative samples.
Methods: A total of 43, 663 children aged 1.5 years in 2002 were followed until 12 years of age. An overweight body mass index (BMI), including obesity, was defined as a BMI greater than or equal to 25 kg/m2, according to the International Obesity Task Force cut-off points for children. Associations between parents, when children were 1.5 years of age, and children (2.5–12 years of age) skipping breakfast, as well as childhood overweight/obesity were calculated using logistic regression models.
Results: Of the 42 663 children included, 12 and 32% of their mothers and fathers usually skipped breakfast when the child was 1.5 years of age, respectively. Children whose mothers or fathers skipped breakfast were more likely to skip breakfast, than those whose parents ate breakfast for all ages: the range of multivariable odds ratios (ORs) was 1.90 (95% confidence interval (CI) 1.56-2.31) to 2.98 (95% CI 2.28-3.90) among mothers and 1.42 (95% CI 1.33-1.51) to 2.43 (95% CI 1.90-3.11) among fathers. When both parents skipped breakfast, the strongest association was observed. Compared to children who did not skip breakfast, children who skipped breakfast had 18–116% increased risk of overweight/obesity; the multivariable ORs were 1.18 (95% CI 1.05-1.32) and 2.16 (95% CI 1.55-2.99), respectively.
Conclusions: There was a significant association between skipping breakfast in parents and children. Children who skipped breakfast had significantly increased risk of childhood overweight/obesity.

First Authors:
Chika Okada

Correspondence Authors:
Hiroyasu Iso

All Authors:
Chika Okada,Takahiro Tabuchi,Hiroyasu Iso

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