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Validity of Estimating Sodium Intake using a Mobile Phone Application of 24-hour Dietary Recall with Meal Photos

Kim SY, Chung SJ

Objective The objective of this study was to verify the validity of a mobile phone application (app) that applies a 24-hour dietary recall with meal photos, as a means of...
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Sodium Intake, Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Disease

Rhee MY, Jeong YJ

Sodium intake reduction has been emphasized because sodium adversely impacts health, especially blood pressure (BP), and the cardiovascular (CV) disease risk. However, data obtained from several cohort studies have raised...
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Designing optimized food intake patterns for Korean adults using linear programming (II): adjustment of the optimized food intake pattern by establishing stepwise intake goals of sodium

Asano K, Yang H, Lee Y, Kim M, Yoon J

PURPOSE: The Dietary Reference Intakes for Koreans (KDRIs) suggest that the goal for the intake of sodium should be less than 2,000 mg, which is thought to be infeasible to...
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Effects of Sodium Intake on the Association between the Salt-Sensitive Gene, Alpha-Adducin 1 (ADD1), and Inflammatory Cytokines in the Prevalence of Children Obesity

Park MY, Lee MS

OBJECTIVE: To examine the effects of sodium intake on the correlations between the salt-sensitive gene α-adducin 1 (ADD1) and inflammatory cytokines in Korean childhood obesity. METHODS: A total of 2,070 students...
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Association between Sodium Excretion and Obesity of Adults in Gwangju

Jo M, Heo YR

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to analyze the association between sodium excretion and obesity for healthy adults in the Gwangju area. METHODS: The participants included 80 healthy adults aged...
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Evaluation of the sodium intake reduction plan for a local government and evidence-based reestablishment of objectives: Case of the Seoul Metropolitan Government

Lim AH, Hwang JY, Kim K

PURPOSE: To identify the effectiveness of policy evaluation, consistent monitoring is necessary. This study aimed to carry out mid-term evaluation of objectives and programs related to comprehensive plans for sodium...
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The association between dietary sodium intake and adiposity, inflammation, and hormone markers: A preliminary study

Choi JH, Heo YR

PURPOSE: Excess intake of sodium is a major diet-related risk factor for human diseases including hypertension and cancer as well as obesity and inflammation. However, findings are still controversial, and...
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Relationship of sodium consumption with obesity in Korean adults based on Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2010~2014

Cheon SY, Wang HW, Lee HJ, Hwang KM, Yoon HS, Kang YJ

PURPOSE: Excess sodium intake may contribute to the etiology of hypertension and cardiovascular disease risk. World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a daily sodium intake of less than 2 g. The...
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Effects of interaction between SLC12A3 polymorphism, salt-sensitive gene, and sodium intake on risk of child obesity

Jung J, Lee M

PURPOSE: Obesogenic environments in children, in particular excessive intake of sodium, generate hypertension, which is a major risk factor for chronic diseases. METHODS: In all, 725 children, 379 boys and 373...
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Associations of Obesity and Dyslipidemia with Intake of Sodium, Fat, and Sugar among Koreans: a Qualitative Systematic Review

Kang YJ, Wang HW, Cheon SY, Lee HJ, Hwang KM, Yoon HS

A qualitative systematic review was performed to identify associations of obesity and dyslipidemia with intake of sodium, fat, and sugar among Koreans. We reviewed 6 Korean research databases (KMbase, KoreaMed,...
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Relationship between thresholds and self-assessed preference for saltiness and sodium intake in young women

Shim E, Yang YJ, Yang YK

PURPOSE: We recruited 118 women in their early 20's to examine the relationship between sodium intake and salty taste thresholds and preference. We also examined the association of salty taste...
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Associations between 24-hour Urine Sodium Excretion Level and Obesity-related Metabolic Risk Factors

Oh HW, Kim HJ, Jun DW, Lee SM

OBJECTIVES: Excess sodium intake has been linked to obesity and obesity-related indices. However, the scientific evidence for this association is inadequate. The purpose of this study was to investigate the...
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Evaluation of Consumer Nutrition Education Program to Reduce Sodium Intake Based on Social Cognitive Theory

Ahn SH, Kwon JS, Kim KM, Yoon JS, Kim HK

OBJECTIVES: This study was performed to evaluate the consumer education program for reducing sodium intake based on social cognitive theory (SCT) and investigate consumer perceptions of environmental, cognitive and behavioral...
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Early adulthood: an overlooked age group in national sodium reduction initiatives in South Korea

Park S, Lee J, Kwon KI, Kim JW, Byun JE, Kang BW, Choi BY, Park HK

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: South Korean's sodium consumption level is more than twice the upper limit level suggested by the WHO. Steep increases in the prevalence of hypertension and cardiovascular disease in Korea...
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Sodium Related Recognition, Dietary Attitude and Education Needs of Dietitians Working at Customized Home Visiting Health Service

Mo YJ, Kim SB

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to investigate recognition, dietary attitude and education needs for reducing sodium intakes of dietitian at customized home visiting health service (CHVHS). METHODS: The subjects...
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Blood Pressure and Dietary Related Risk Factors Associated with High Sodium Intake Assessed with 24-hour Urine Analysis for Korean Adults

Jeong YS, Lim HJ, Kim SB, Kim HJ, Son SM

OBJECTIVES: This study was conducted to examine blood pressure and other characteristics of a high sodium intake group assessed with 24-hr urine analysis and the dietary factors related to the...
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The Effect of Nutrition and Exercise or Exercise Program alone on Macronutrients, Sodium Intake and Physical Strength in Middle Aged Obese Women

Han JS, Kim AJ

BACKGROUND: This study was performed to investigate the effect of nutrition and exercise or exercise program alone on macronutrients, sodium intake, and physical strength in overweight Korean middle aged women. METHODS:...
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High Dietary Sodium Intake Assessed by 24-hour Urine Specimen Increase Urinary Calcium Excretion and Bone Resorption Marker

Park SM, Jee J, Joung JY, Cho YY, Sohn SY, Jin SM, Hur KY, Kim JH, Kim SW, Chung JH, Lee MK, Min YK

BACKGROUND: The average dietary sodium intake of Koreans is 2.6 times higher than the World Health Organization's recommended amount. The effect of a diet high in sodium on the skeletal...
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Development of Nutrition Education Program for Consumers to Reduce Sodium Intake Applying the Social Cognitive Theory: Based on Focus Group Interviews

Ahn SH, Kim HK, Kim KM, Yoon JS, Kwon JS

OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to develop nutrition education program for consumers to reduce sodium intake based on social cognitive theory (SCT). METHODS: The main factors of SCT related to low sodium...
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A study of the major dish group, food group and meal contributing to sodium and nutrient intake in Jeju elementary and middle school students

Ko YS, Kang HY

  • KMID: 2327459
  • J Nutr Health.
  • 2014 Feb;47(1):51-66.
PURPOSE: The objective of this study was to investigate the differences of sodium intake in the diet according to the kind of meal, food group, and dish group. METHODS: A dietary...
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