Obesity and nutrition behaviours in Western and Palestinian outpatients with severe mental illness

Jakabek D, Quirk F, Driessen M, Aljeesh Y, Baune BT (2011)
BMC Psychiatry 11: 159.

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Jakabek, David; Quirk, Frances; Driessen, MartinUniBi ; Aljeesh, Yousef; Baune, Bernhard T
Abstract / Bemerkung
**Background**
While people with severe mental illness have been found to be more overweight and obese in Western nations, it is unknown to what extent this occurs in Middle Eastern nations and which eating behaviours contribute to obesity in Middle Eastern nations. **Method**
A total of 665 responses were obtained from patients with serious mental illness attending out-patient clinics in Western developed countries (Germany, UK and Australia; n = 518) and Palestine (n = 147). Patients were evaluated by ICD-10 clinical diagnosis, anthropometric measurements and completed a self-report measure of frequencies of consuming different food items and reasons for eating. Nutritional habits were compared against a Western normative group. **Results**
More participants from Palestine were overweight or obese (62%) compared to Western countries (47%). In the Western sample, obese patients reported consuming more low-fat products (OR 2.54, 95% CI 1.02-6.33) but also greater eating due to negative emotions (OR 1.84, 95% CI 1.31-2.60) than patients with a healthy body-mass index. In contrast, obese patients from Palestine reported increased consumption of unhealthy snacks (OR 3.73 95% CI 1.16-12.00). **Conclusion**
Patients with mental illness have poorer nutritional habits than the general population, particularly in Western nations. Separate interventions to improve nutritional habits and reduce obesity are warranted between Western nations and Palestine.
Erscheinungsjahr
2011
Zeitschriftentitel
BMC Psychiatry
Band
11
Art.-Nr.
159
eISSN
1471-244X
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2963377

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Jakabek D, Quirk F, Driessen M, Aljeesh Y, Baune BT. Obesity and nutrition behaviours in Western and Palestinian outpatients with severe mental illness. BMC Psychiatry. 2011;11: 159.
Jakabek, D., Quirk, F., Driessen, M., Aljeesh, Y., & Baune, B. T. (2011). Obesity and nutrition behaviours in Western and Palestinian outpatients with severe mental illness. BMC Psychiatry, 11, 159. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-244X-11-159
Jakabek, D., Quirk, F., Driessen, M., Aljeesh, Y., and Baune, B. T. (2011). Obesity and nutrition behaviours in Western and Palestinian outpatients with severe mental illness. BMC Psychiatry 11:159.
Jakabek, D., et al., 2011. Obesity and nutrition behaviours in Western and Palestinian outpatients with severe mental illness. BMC Psychiatry, 11: 159.
D. Jakabek, et al., “Obesity and nutrition behaviours in Western and Palestinian outpatients with severe mental illness”, BMC Psychiatry, vol. 11, 2011, : 159.
Jakabek, D., Quirk, F., Driessen, M., Aljeesh, Y., Baune, B.T.: Obesity and nutrition behaviours in Western and Palestinian outpatients with severe mental illness. BMC Psychiatry. 11, : 159 (2011).
Jakabek, David, Quirk, Frances, Driessen, Martin, Aljeesh, Yousef, and Baune, Bernhard T. “Obesity and nutrition behaviours in Western and Palestinian outpatients with severe mental illness”. BMC Psychiatry 11 (2011): 159.

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