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¿Lo que no mata, engorda? : an exploratory profile of elderly nutrition in the Monteverde Region [ppt]

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¿Lo que no mata, engorda? : an exploratory profile of elderly nutrition in the Monteverde Region ppt
Translated Title:
¿Lo que no mata, engorda?: un perfil exploratorio de la nutrición en personas mayores de la región de Monteverde ppt ( )
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English
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Banks, Tarika Baxter, Joshua Cox, Austin Gordon, Linda Robinson, Deborah
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Older people--Nutrition--Psychological aspects   ( lcsh )
Older people--Nutrition   ( lcsh )
Food preferences   ( lcsh )
Costa Rica--Puntarenas--Monteverde Zone   ( lcsh )
Adultos mayores--Nutrición--Aspectos sicológicos
Adultos Mayores--Nutrición
Preferencias de alimentos
Costa Rica--Puntarenas--Zona de Monteverde
Community Health 2010
Senior citizens--Nutrition
Salud Comunitaria 2010
Tercera edad--Nutrición
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Final PowerPoint presentation of an investigation on the eating habits and perceptions of how food relates to overall health within the elderly population of two Monteverde communities, and suggestions for further study.
Abstract:
Presentación final en PowerPoint de una investigación sobre los hábitos alimenticios y las percepciones de como los alimentos se relacionan con la salud en general dentro de la población de adultos mayores de dos comunidades de Monteverde y sugerencias para estudios posteriores.
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Text in English.
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Tarika Banks B.S. Oregon State University Joshua Baxter, M.P.H. University of South Florida Austin Cox, A.A. University of South Florida Linda Gordon, M.S. Michigan State University Deborah Robinson B.S., R.D. University of South Florida

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Purpose Lack of research on elderly nutrition in Monteverde region Assessment of eating habits Perceptions of food related to health Diet changes related to disease Generational changes in food

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Background Impact of Tourism Jobs Food production Price of food Social Role of Food Important for social relationship and social cohesion Variety of food available desire for nontraditional foods

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Background Burden of Disease Cardiovascular disease #1 killer in Costa Rica Hypertension 69% females and 60% males in Costa Rica ( Mendez Chacon, E., Santamaria Ulloa, C., & Rosero Bixby, L., 2008) Diabetes Prevalence of 2.8% in adult population ( Barcelo & Rajpathak 2001) 9.4% in 40+ adults

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Methods Phase 1: San Luis Health Fair Data Blood Pressure Blood Glucose Anthropometrics 24 hour food recall Nutritional health questionnaire

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Methods Phase 2: Santa Elena Focus Group Focus group discussion Pile sorts Phase 3: Santa Elena Fera de Agricultor Survey

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Results: Health Fair, San Luis N=17 Mean BMI Mean Waist Circ. Overweight & Obese : Normal Men N=6 24.1 85.3 cm 2 : 4 Women N=11 29.4 95.2 cm 8 : 3 Both 27.5 91.5 cm 10 : 7

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Results: Illness Reporting N=38 Total Study Participants Diabetes (Mean Glucose = 112) Hypertension (Mean Hypertension = 126/72) Both Diseases Men N=18 1 3 2 Women N=20 0 10 5 Both N=38 1 13 7

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Results: Food Purchases (n=16) Where Fera Super market Cultivate Pulpara Exchange Other Why Price Family likes Nutrition Convenience Tradition Other

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Results: 24 Hour Food Recall (n=17) Breakfast Lunch Dinner Snacks Coffee Rice Rice Fruits Tortilla Beans Beans Cookies Fruits Tortilla Tortilla Fresco Bread Fresco Fruits Cheese Eggs Bread Fresco

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Results: Focus Group (n=5) Generational changes Cultivation Preparation time Preprepared /Prepackaged foods

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Focus Group On younger generations : cornflakes que parece comida para animales, para no tener que hacer desayuno, para no tener que hacer un pintico o tener que hacer unas tortillitas para darle a los 71 yr old woman)

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Results: Focus Group Difficulty managing weight and nutrition Health education at a young age (public v. private schools) Easy to gain weight/Difficult to lose weight

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Pl tanos fritos Mayonesa Mermelada Queso Fresco Coke Salsa Lizano Consume

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Pile Sorts (n=9): Fruits and vegetables consistently categorized as healthy Mixed results found for many foods Bistec tortillas, pastas, marmelada atun platanos fritos

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Gender differences Illness Risk Occupational Roles Coping Strategies Generational differences Changes in food production and preparation Changing body ideals Educational component Incorporation of veggies Replacement not as useful

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Limitations Data Collection By multiple parties Sample size & type Allotted time for research Language proficiency Lack of comparison population Other elderly populations or younger generations perceptions of generational changes

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Recommendations for Future Research Examination of gender differences in consumption patterns and disease prevalence Nutritional education: perception and desire Weight management & prevention Efficacy of health care system in helping people navigate chronic diseases

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Nutrition & Health Calendar Educational output Disease awareness Heart health Portion size Balanced plate Increase of F/V Recipes

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University of South Florida Monteverde Institute Staff Acknowledgements Jenny Pea Daniel Vargas Gaudy Picado Dr. Romero Daza & Dr. Himmelgreen Charlotte Noble


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