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Title: 高所住民における食多様性と健康度との関連 : 青海省・ラダークにおける市街部と郡部での比較
Other Titles: Food Diversity and its Relation to Health of Highlanders : Comparison of Urban and Rural Settings in Qinghai and Ladakh
Authors: 木村, 友美  KAKEN_name
松林, 公蔵  KAKEN_name
坂本, 龍太  KAKEN_name
石本, 恭子  KAKEN_name
福富, 江利子  KAKEN_name
和田, 泰三  KAKEN_name
大塚, 邦明  KAKEN_name
石川, 元直  KAKEN_name
宝蔵, 麗子  KAKEN_name
諏訪, 邦明  KAKEN_name
Wang, Hongxing
Dai, Qingxiang
Ge, Ri Li
Qiao, Haisheng
Norboo, Tsering
奥宮, 清人  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: Kimura, Yumi
Matsubayashi, Kozo
Sakamoto, Ryota
Ishimoto, Yasuko
Fukumoto, Eriko
Wada, Taizo
Otsuka, Kuniaki
Ishikawa, Motonao
Hozo, Reiko
Suwa, Kuniaki
Wang, Hongxing
Dai, Qingxiang
Ge, Ri Li
Qiao, Haisheng
Norboo, Tsering
Okumiya, Kiyohito
Issue Date: 1-May-2012
Publisher: 京都大学ヒマラヤ研究会・京都大学ブータン友好プログラム・人間文化研究機構 総合地球環境学研究所「高所プロジェクト」
Journal title: ヒマラヤ学誌 : Himalayan Study Monographs
Volume: 13
Start page: 86
End page: 93
Abstract: Objective: Food diversity has been studied as one of the important health-related factors. However, the effect of environmental differences on the relation between food diversity and health status remains unclear. Aim of this study is to reveal the relations between food diversity and health status of elderly highlanders, both in urban and rural settings in Qinghai plateau in China, and Ladakh in India. Methods: The study population consisted of; Qinghai YuShu (urban):191, Qinghai Haiyuan(rural): 64, Ladakh Leh (urban): 127, Ladakh Domkhar (rural): 115 elderly subjects aged 60 years or more who joined the medical survey. Food diversity was determined using an 11-item Food Diversity Score Kyoto (FDSK-11). Health status including Activities of daily living (ADL), screening-based depression and quality of life (QOL) were interviewed. Results: FDSK-11 score were; YuShu:7.9, Haiyuan:7.4, Leh:6.7, Domkhar:6.4. Both in Qinghai and Ladakh, ADL were significantly lower in the elderly with lower food diversity than those with higher diversity, both in urban and rural settings. However, the significant relations between lower QOL and lower food diversity were seen only in urban settings, and not in rural ones both in Qinghai and Ladakh. Lower food diversity was significantly related to depressive mood in urban area, but not in rural ones both in Qinghai and Ladakh. Conclusion: We found the urban-rural differences on food diversity and its relations to health status, and which were the same phenomenon in two different highland settings.
DOI: 10.14989/HSM.13.86
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