标题: Associations between taste preferences and chronic diseases: A population-based exploratory study in China
作者: Hanqi Li (a1), Peng Jia (a2) (a3) and Teng Fei (a1)
来源出版物: Public Health Nutrition DOI: /10.1017/S136898002000035X 出版时间: 09 June 2020
To explore the associations between dietary tastes and chronic diseases quantitatively.
We used the Geodetector method to establish associations between seven tastes and a variety of chronic diseases from the perspective of spatial stratified heterogeneity and explained the effects of dietary tastes on the spatial distribution of chronic diseases.
We used crowdsourcing online recipe data to extract multiple taste information about cuisines, combined with point of interest data on categorised restaurant data in different regions, to quantitatively analyse the taste preferences of people in different regions.
Crowdsourcing online recipe data and restaurant data in different regions.
The results showed that sixteen diseases were significantly associated with dietary tastes among the seventy-one types of chronic diseases. Compared with the effects of individual tastes, the interactions of tastes increased the risk of sixteen diseases, and many combinations of tastes produced nonlinear enhancement effects on the risk for diseases.
This study presents a quantitative study approach based on the crowdsourcing of data to explore potential health risk factors, which can be applied to the exploratory analysis of disease aetiology and help public health authorities to develop corresponding interventions.
作者关键词: Chronic disease,Risk factor,Dietary taste,Crowdsourcing data,Geodetector
(a1)School of Resource and Environmental Sciences, Wuhan University, Wuhan, Hubei430079, China
(a2)Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong kong, China
(a3)International Initiative on Spatial Lifecourse Epidemiology (ISLE), Hong Kong, China
通讯作者及电子邮件: Teng Fei , email@example.com
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