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Carbohydrate consumption profile and insulin resistance in adults of both the genes

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Maria Clara Pereira Teixeira, Arielly Rayanne Amaral Alves Santana, Anne Karolline Ferreira Santos, Beatriz Rocha Sousa, Larissa Alves Guimarães, Ramon Alves Pires, Mauro Fernandes Teles, Felipe Oliveira Bittencourt, Iaggo Raphael David and Stenio Fernan
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This study is a fraction of a project titled Systemic Evaluation of Chronic Diseases in the population of southwestern Bahia and aims to evaluate the profile of carbohydrate consumption and insulin resistance in adults of both genders. This is a descriptive, cross-sectional and quantitative approach, carried out in the city of Vitória da Conquista, Bahia, Brazil. The sample consisted of 81 individuals, of whom 23 were males and 58 were females. To obtain the data, we used socioeconomic questionnaires and eating habits as well as biochemical tests to measure the individuals' glucose. The results obtained through the Pearson Chi-square test showed that carbohydrate consumption is not related to glucose alteration. With the modernization of society, the world population began to acquire new eating habits, such as consumption of foods rich in calories and to spend little energy in daily activities, so, as a result of this lifestyle, the prevalence of chronic diseases in the population grew. The present study is a fraction of a project titled Systemic Assessment of Chronic Diseases in the population of southwestern Bahia and aimed to evaluate the carbohydrate consumption profile and insulin resistance in adults of both genders. After evaluations of the questionnaires and biochemical tests, it was evidenced that in the population with a mean age of 51.5 years, with a standard deviation of 3,898, it is not possible to positively associate carbohydrate consumption and increase in blood glucose levels.

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