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Biofactors. 2004;22(1-4):265-9.

Phytochemical intake and relationship to past health history in Japanese women.

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Laboratory of Public Health Nutrition and Epidemiology, Department of Applied Biosciences, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Setagaya, Japan. mmelby@emory.edu

Abstract

We calculated functional food factor (FFF) intakes using a new database and examined their relationship to health conditions commonly affecting Japanese women in midlife. One-day DRs were collected weekly for 6 months from 67 Japanese women, aged 45-55 yr, living in Kyoto prefecture, Japan. Macro- and micronutrient and FFF intake were calculated from the resulting 1528 DRs. Factor analysis and logistic regression were performed to identify relationships between FFFs and past health history. Fourteen of 17 FFF factors, as well as age, BMI and menopausal status, exhibited both positive and negative correlations with past history of hypertension, diabetes, allergy, migraine, and menopausal syndrome.

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