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Lenighan, Yvonne M.; Nugent, Anne P.;Li, Kaifeng F.; Brennan, Lorraine; Walton, Janette; Flynn, Albert; Roche, Helen M.; McNulty, Breige A.
2017
August
British Journal of Nutrition
Processed red meat contribution to dietary patterns and the associated cardio-metabolic outcomes
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Processed red meat CVD Type 2 diabetes Dietary pattern analysis
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Evidence suggests that processed red meat consumption is a risk factor for CVD and type 2 diabetes (T2D). This analysis investigates the association between dietary patterns, their processed red meat contributions, and association with blood biomarkers of CVD and T2D, in 786 Irish adults (1890 years) using cross-sectional data from a 2011 national food consumption survey. All meat-containing foods consumed were assigned to four food groups (n 502) on the basis of whether they contained red or white meat and whether they were processed or unprocessed. The remaining foods (n 2050) were assigned to twenty-nine food groups. Two-step and k-means cluster analyses were applied to derive dietary patterns. Nutrient intakes, plasma fatty acids and biomarkers of CVD and T2D were assessed. A total of four dietary patterns were derived. In comparison with the pattern with lower contributions from processed red meat, the dietary pattern with greater processed red meat intakes presented a poorer Alternate Healthy Eating Index (212 (sd 77)), a greater proportion of smokers (29 %) and lower plasma EPA (134 (sd 072) %) and DHA (221 (sd 084) %) levels (P
0007-1145
https://www.cambridge.org/core/article/processed-red-meat-contribution-to-dietary-patterns-and-the-associated-cardiometabolic-outcomes/B2B8E0D76387E6A63A4BF0D06160209F
10.1017/S0007114517002008
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