Correlation of sucrose excessive consumption and taste sensitivity and intestinal biorhythms in teenage girls

Автор: Tsikunib A.D., Alimkhanova A.Kh.

Журнал: Ульяновский медико-биологический журнал @medbio-ulsu

Рубрика: Физиология

Статья в выпуске: 4, 2020 года.

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Excessive sucrose consumption is one of the most common nutritional disorders, a risk factor for the development of socially significant diseases, including insulin-independent diabetes mellitus, obesity, and cardiovascular disorders. At the same time, the physiological and biochemical mechanisms of the sucrose effect on the body are traditionally correlated with its significant glycemic effect, which changes the hormonal panel of the body. However, there are practically no data on sucrose efficacy (as a chemical food component) on particular phases of digestion. The aim of the study is to reveal the level of taste sensitivity and the state of the circadian intestinal rhythm under excessive sucrose consumption. Materials and Methods. Taste sensitivity to sucrose and the state of the circadian intestinal rhythm were studied in 43 nominally healthy teenage girls aged 11-14 years, belonging to two ethnic groups: Adyghe (n=25) and Chechen (n=18). The girls were divided into two groups according to the sucrose consumption level (SCL): normal SCL (49.9±7.45 g/day) and high SCL (77.1±5.50 g/day). Results. Regular excessive sucrose consumption, correlating with zinc (by 1.9 times/r=-0.83), vitamin B9 (by 3.7 times/r=-0.83, p function show_eabstract() { $('#eabstract1').hide(); $('#eabstract2').show(); $('#eabstract_expand').hide(); }


Taste sensitivity, sucrose, circadian rhythm of intestinal functioning

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IDR: 14117601   |   DOI: 10.34014/2227-1848-2020-4-98-109

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