The Relationship between the amount of physical activity and Nutritional status in Zanjan Women Teachers with heart coronary risk factors
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1Department of Physical Education from Graduate Institute of Ostad Roozbeh
2Edare kole Amoozesh va Parvaresh Of Zanjan Province
3Member of the Faculty of Sport Sciences, Ankara University
Abstract
Today, exercise is one of the ways to increase health in human societies. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between physical activity and nutritional status with some cardiovascular risk factors of female teachers in Zanjan.
After examining the health of volunteers with health questionnaire, 321 female teachers in Zanjan were studied voluntarily. The values of resting blood pressure (systole and diastole), waist to hip ratio (WHR), fasting blood sugar, body fat percentage and body mass index were measured. The physical activity of the subjects was analyzed by Beack questionnaire and their nutritional status through by nutritional software N4. For statistical analysis, data were first analyzed by Kolmogorov-Smirnov test. To obtain the relationship between variables, Pearson correlation coefficient test was used and multivariable regression was used to predict variables. The SPSS software version 23 was used to analyze the data.
The results showed a significant relationship between physical activity and blood sugar, blood pressure, fat percentage and BMI in the level of 0.05. There is a relationship between nutritional status and blood sugar, fat percentage and body mass index of female teachers in Zanjan. As well, body mass index and body fat percent were predicted by the level of physical activity and nutritional status in the female teachers of Zanjan. As well, there was no significant relationship between physical activity and nutritional status with WHR ratio.
Generally, there is a relationship between the physical activity and the nutritional status of Zanjan female teachers with some cardiovascular risk factors.
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