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Title: Obesidad en México, prevalencia y tendencias en adultos. Ensanut 2018-19
Keywords: Adult Body Mass Index Cross-Sectional Studies Female Humans Male Mexico , epidemiology Middle Aged Nutrition Surveys Obesity, , epidemiology Obesity, Abdominal, , epidemiology Overweight, , epidemiology Prevalence
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: ESPM INSP
Abstract: Abstract in English, Spanish Objective: To describe the prevalence of obesity in Mexican adults stratifying by physical and sociodemographic conditions and to analyze trends. Materials and methods: The data of 16 256 adults who participated in Ensanut 2018-19 was analyzed. Obesity (WHO), abdominal adiposity (IFD) and short stature (NOM-008-SSA3-2017) were classified. Logistic regression models were performed to analyze the association between obesity and risk factors. ENSA-2000 and Ensanut (2006, 2012, 2018-19) were used to assess trends. Results: The prevalence of overweight was 39.1%, obesity 36.1%, and abdominal adiposity 81.6%. Adults >40-50y and women had the highest prevalence. There was no difference by socio-economic level. Between 2000-2018, the prevalence of obesity increased 42.2% and morbid obesity 96.5%. Women with short stature had a higher risk (RM=1.84) of being obese than women without this condition, while in men the risk was lower (RM=0.79). Conclusions: In Mexico the prevalence of obesity continues to increase regardless of socio-economic level, region or locality.
URI: sicabi.insp.mx:2020-None
https://www.doi.org/ 10.21149/11630
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