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ПРОДУКТЫ НА ЗЕРНОВОЙ ОСНОВЕ В ПИТАНИИ ВЗРОСЛОГО И РЕБЕНКА: ЧТО НОВОГО?

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Аннотация

Продукты на зерновой основе широко используются в питании на протяжении всей жизни человека, начиная с раннего детского возраста. При выборе первого вида прикорма приоритет отдается злаковому, поскольку он обладает высокой энергетической ценностью и обогащает рацион питания ребенка растительными белками, жирами, углеводами и другими важными биологически активными соединениями. Так, было показано, в период активного роста и развития головного мозга недопустимыми являются гипогликемические состояния, которые могут приводить к нарушению его функционирования. Для поддержания нормогликемии, особенно после ночного голодания, важным является потребление завтрака, с включением блюд из злаковых. Это важно для созревания мозга у детей и оказывает долгосрочное влияние на когнитивное развитие. Злаковые, богатые триптофаном, могут быть полезны для коррекции цикла сон-бодрствование у детей, людей среднего возраста и пожилых, а также оказания положительного влияния на настроение. Кроме того, потребление цельнозерновых продуктов способствует снижению риска сердечно-сосудистых заболеваний, диабета, ожирения и рака толстой кишки у взрослых пациентов.

Об авторах

О. Н. Комарова
Научно-исследовательский клинический институт педиатрии имени академика Ю. Е. Вельтищева
Россия


А. И. Хавкин
Научно-исследовательский клинический институт педиатрии имени академика Ю. Е. Вельтищева
Россия


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Для цитирования:


Комарова О.Н., Хавкин А.И. ПРОДУКТЫ НА ЗЕРНОВОЙ ОСНОВЕ В ПИТАНИИ ВЗРОСЛОГО И РЕБЕНКА: ЧТО НОВОГО? Экспериментальная и клиническая гастроэнтерология. 2017;(6):133-140.

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Komarova O.N., Khavkin A.I. PRODUCTS ON CEREAL-BASED DIET IN ADULT AND CHILD: WHAT’S NEW? Experimental and Clinical Gastroenterology. 2017;(6):133-140. (In Russ.)

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