Bibliographies thématiques en lien avec le DFN

Cette page recense des articles scientifiques choisis en lien avec la problématique du double fardeau nutritionnel. Elle contient plus spécifiquement de l’information sur le double fardeau de la malnutrition, sur la transition nutritionnelle, sur les maladies chroniques liées à la nutrition dans les populations en développement, sur l’origine foetale et infantile des maladies chroniques liées à la nutrition, ainsi que sur les programmes ciblant la transition nutritionnelle et les maladies chroniques dans les pays en développement.

Double fardeau de la malnutrition

  • Asfaw A. Micronutrient deficiency and the prevalence of mothers’ overweight/obesiy in Egypt. Economics Human Biol 2007; 5: 471-83.
  • Barquera S, Peterson KE, Must A, et al. Coexistence of maternal central adiposity and child stunting in Mexico. In J Obesity 2007; 31: 601-7.
  • Bénéfice E, Garnier D, Simondon KB, Malina RM. Relationship between stunting in infancy and growth and fat distribution during adolescence in Senegalese girls. Eur J Clin Nutr 2001; 55: 50-8.
  • Doak CM, Adair LS, Monteiro C, Popkin BM. Overweight and underweight coexist within households in Brazil, China and Russia. J Nutr 2000; 130: 2965-71.
  • Doak CM, Adair LS, Bentley M, Fengying Z, Popkin BM. The underweight/overweight household: an exploration of household sociodemographic and dietary factors in China. Pub Health Nut 2002; 5 (1A): 215-21.
  • Doak CM, Adair LS, Bentley M, Monteiro C, Popkin BM. The dual burden household and the nutrition transition paradox. Int J Obes 2005; 29: 129-36.
  • Eckhardt CL. Micronutriment malnutrition, obesity and chronic disease in countries undergoing the nutrition transition: potential links and program/policy implications. Washington: IFPRI, Food Consumption and Nutrition Division Discussion Paper No. 213, 2006
  • Eckhardt CL, Torheim LE, Monterrubio E, Barquera S, Ruel MT. The overlap of overweight and anaemia among women in three countries undergoing the nutrition transition. Eur J Clin Nutr 2008; 62:238-246; doi:10.1038/sj.ejcn.1602727.
  • FAO. Assessment of the double burden of malnutrition in six case study countries, 2006
  • FAO. Globalization of food systems in developing countries : impact on food security and nutrition, 2004
  • Florêncio TT, Ferreira HS, de Franca AP, et al. Obesity and undernutrition in a very low-income population in the city of Maceió, northeastern Brazil. Brit J Nutr 2001; 86: 277-83.
  • Florêncio TT, Ferreira HS, Cavalcante JC, Luciano SM, Sawaya AL. Food consumed does not account for the higher prevalence of obesity among stunted adults in a very-low-income population in the Northeast of Brazil (Maceió, Alagoas). Eur J Clin Nut 2003; 57: 1437-46.
  • Florêncio TT, Ferreira HS, Cavalcante JC, Stux GR, Sawaya AL. Short stature, abdominal obesity, insulin resistance and alterations in lipid profile in very low-income women living in Maceió, north-eastern Brazil. Eur J Cardiovasc Pre Rahab 2007; 4 (2): 346-8.
  • Garrett JL, Ruel MT. Stunted child – overweight mother pairs: an emerging policy concern? IFPRI Policy Discussion paper No. 148, 2003.
  • Garrett JL, Ruel MT. Stunted child-overweight mother pair: An emerging policy concern? Washington DC: IFPRI, Discussion Paper No 148, 2003.
  • Garrett JL and Ruel MT. The coexistence of child undernutriton and maternal overweight : prevalence, hypotheses and programme and policy implications. Maternal and child Nutrition 2005; 1:185-96
  • Harvey P. Improving women’s nutrition : A requirement for achieving the Millenium Development Goals. 2007
  • Hoffman DJ, Sawaya AL, Verreschi I, Ticker KL, Roberts SB. Why are nutritionally stunted children at increased risk of obesity? Studies of metabolic rate and fat oxidation in shantytown children from Sao Paolo, Brazil. Am J Clin Nutr 2000; 72: 702-7.
  • Hoffman DJ, Roberts SB, Verreschi I, et al. Regulation of energy intake may be impaired in nutritionally stunted children from the shanty towns of Sao Paolo. J Nutr 2000; 130: 2265-2270.
  • Hoffman DJ, Martins PA, Roberts SB, Sawaya AL. Body fat distribution in stunted compared with normal-height children from the shantytowns of Sao Paolo, Brazil. Nutrition 2007; 23 (9): 640-6.
  • Jinabhai CC, Taylor M, Sullivan KR. Changing patterns of under-and over-nutrition in South African children – future risks of non-communicable diseases. Ann Trop Paediatr 2005; 25: 3-15.
  • Lara-Esqueda A, Aquilar-Salinas CA, Velazquez-Monroy O et al. The body mass index is a less sensitive tool for detecting cases with obesity-associated co-morbidities in short stature subjects. Int J Obes Rrelat Metab Disord 2004; 28(11):1443-50
  • Mamabolo RL, Alberts M, Steyn NP, et al. Prevalence and determinants of stunting and overweight in 3-year-old black South African children residing in the Central Region of Limpopo Province, South Africa. Pub Health Nut 2005; 8 (5) : 501-8.
  • Monteiro CA, Conde WL, Popkin BM. Is obesity replacing or adding to undernutrition? Evidence from different social classes in Brazil. Pub Health Nutr 2002; 5 (1ª): 105-12.
  • Monteiro CA, Conde WL, Lu B and Popkin BM. Obesity and inequities in health in the developing world. International Journal of Obesity 2004 ; 28:1181-86
  • Raphaël D, Vilgrain C, Delisle H. Households with undernourished children and overweight mothers: Is this a concern for Haiti? Ecology Food Nutr 2005; 44: 147-65.
  • Sawaya AL, Martins D, Hoffman and Roberts SB. The link between childhood undernutrion and risk of chronic diseases in adulthood : a case study of Brazil. Nutr Rev 2003; 61:168-175
  • Sawaya AL, Sesso R, De Mendes TM, Florêncio T, Fernandes MTB, Martins PA Association between chronic undernutrition and hypertention. Maternal and Child Nutrition 2005; 1: 155-63.
  • Schafique S, Akhter N, Stallkamp G, et al. Trends of under- and overweight among rural and urban poor women indicate the double burden of malnutrition in Bangladesh. Int J Epidemiol 2007; 36: 449-57.
  • SCN News. Tackling the double burden of malnutrition. A global agenda, 2006
  • Steyn NP, Labadarios D, Maunder E, et al. Secondary anthropometric data analysis of the national food consumption survey in South Africa: The double burden. Nutrition 2005; 21: 4-13.
  • Subramanian SV, Kawachi I, Davey Smith G. Income inequality and the double burden of under- and overnutrition in India. J Epidemiol Community Health 2007; 61: 802-9.
  • Tanumihardjo SA, Anderson CL, Kaufer-Horwitz M, et al. Poverty, obesity, and malnutrition: an international perspective recognizing the paradox. JADA 2007; 107: 1966-72
  • Townsend MS, Peerson J, Love B, Achterberg C, Murphy SP. Food insecurity is positively related to overweight in women. J Nutr 2001; 131: 1738-45
  • Van der Sande MAB, Ceesay SM, Milligan PJM, et al. Obesity and undernutrition and cardiovascular risk factors in rural and urban Gambian communities. Am J Pub Health 2001; 91 (10): 1641-4.
  • Vorster HH, Kruger A. Poverty, malnutrition, underdevelopment and cardiovascular disease: a South African perspective. Cardiovasc J Africa 2007; 18 (4): 311-4.
  • Walker SP, Gaskin PS, Powell CA and Bennett FI. The effects of birth weight and postnatal linear growth retardation on body mass index, fatness and fat distribution in mid and late childhood. Public Health Nutrition 2002; 5(3):391-96

Transition nutritionnelle

  • Ben Romdhane H, Khaldi R, Oueslati A, Skhiri H. Transition épidémiologique et transition alimentaire et nutritionnelle en Tunisie. Options Méditerranéennes, Sér. B / n°41, 2002 – La surveillance alimentaire et nutritionnelle en Tunisie
  • Bourne LT, Lambert EV, Steyn K. Where does the black population of South Africa stand on the nutrition transition? Pub Health Nutr 2002; 5: 157-62.
  • Caballero B, Popkin BM (Eds). The nutrition transition: Diet and disease in the developing world. London: Academic Press, 2002.
  • Cordain L, Eaton SB, Sebastian A, et al. Origins and evolution of the Western diet: health implications for the 21st century. Am J Clin Nutr 2005; 81: 341-54.
  • Fogel R W. The global struggle to escape from chronic malnutrition since 1700. Proceedings of the World Food Programme/ United nations University. Rome. Italy 1997
  • Gulliford MC, Mahabir D, Rocke B. Food insecurity, food choices, and body mass index in adults: nutrition transition in Trinidad and Tobago. Int J Epidemiol 2003; 32: 508-16.
  • Hawkes C. Uneven dietary development: linking the policies and processes of globalization with the nutrition transition, obesity and diet-related chronic diseases. BioMed Central, Globalization and Health 2006; 2:4
  • Jackson M, Walker S, Cruickshank JK, et al. Diet and overweight and obesity in populations of African origin: Cameroon, Jamaica and the UK. Pub Health Nut 2007; 10 (2): 122-30.
  • Kapoor SK, Anand K. Nutritional transition: a public health challenge in developing countries. J Epidemiol Community Health 2002; 56: 804-5.
  • Lakdawalla D, Philipson T. The growth of obesity and technological change : a theoretical and empirical examination. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, 2002, Working Paper 8946 (28p + appendices)
  • Lang T. Diet, health and globalization: five key questions. Proc Nutr Soc 1999; 58: 335-43.
  • Luke A, Cooper RS, Prewitt TE, Adeyemo AA & Forrester TE. Nutritional consequences of the African diaspora. Annu Rev Nutr 2001; 21 : 47-71.
  • Maire B, Delpeuch F. La transition nutritionnelle, l’alimentation et les villes dans les pays en développement. Cahiers/Agriculture 2004; 13
  • Maletnlema T. A Tanzanian perspective on the nutrition transition and its implications for health. Pub Health Nutr 2002; 5:163-8
  • Maxwell D. Levin C, Armar-Klemesu M, et al. Urban livelihoods and food and nutrition security in greater Accra. IFPRI Research Report No. 112. 2000
  • Mennen LI, Jackson M, Sharma S, Mbanya JC, Cade J, Walker S, Riste L, Wilks R, Forrester T, Balkau B & Cruickshank K. Habitual diet in four populations of African origin: a descriptive paper on nutrient intakes in rural and urban Cameroon, Jamaica and Caribbean migrants in Britain. Public Health Nutr 2001; 4: 765-772.
  • Monteiro CA, Conde WL, Popkin BM. The burden of disease from undernutrition and overnutrition in countries undergoing rapid nutrition transition: a view from Brazil. Am J Pub Health 2004; 94:3-
  • O’Dea K. Diabetes in Australian aborigines: impact of the western diet and life style. J Intern Med 1992; 232 : 103-17.
  • Omran A. The epidemiologic transition: A theory of the epidemiology of population change. Milbank Mem Fund Q 1971; 49(4): 509-38
  • Pinstrup-Andersen P, Babinard J. Globalization and human nutrition: opportunities and risks for the poor in developing countries. Afr J Food Nutr Sci 2003; 1:9-18
  • Popkin BM Nutritional patterns and transitions. Popul Dev Rev 1993; 19: 138-57.
  • Popkin BM. The shift in stages of the nutrition transition in the developing world differ from past experiences. Pub Health Nut 2002; 5 (Suppl 1A): 205-14
  • Popkin BM. The nutrition transition : an overview of world patterns of change. Nutr Rev 2004; 2: S140-3
  • Popkin BM, Gordon-Larsen P. The nutrition transition: worldwide obesity dynamics and their determinants. Int J Obes 2004; 28: 52-9.
  • Ravussin E, Valencia ME, Esparza J, Bennett PH & Schulz LO. Effects of a traditional lifestyle on obesity in Pima Indians. Diabetes Care 1994; 17:1067-1074.
  • Rivera JA, Barquera S, Gonzalez-Cossio T, et al. Nutrition transition in Mexico and in other Latin American countries. Nutr Rev 2004; 62: S149-57
  • Shetty PS. Nutrition transition in India. Pub Health Nutr 2002; 5(1A): 175-82.
  • Siervo M, Grey P, Nyan OA, Prentice AM. Urvanization and obesity in the Gambia: a country in the early stages of the demographic transition. Eur J Clin Nut 2006; 60: 455-63.
  • Sinha D.Changing patterns of food, nutrition and health in the Caribbean. Nutr Res 1995; 15, 899-938.
  • Sobngwi E, Mbanya JC, Unwin N, et al. Exposure over the life course to an urban environment and its relation with obesity, diabetes, and hypertension in rural and urban Cameroon. Int J Epidemiol 2004; 33: 769-76.
  • UN-HABITAT. Cities in a globalizing world. Global Report on Human Settlements. United Nations Center for Human Settlements (Habitat). 2001.
  • Vorster HH. The emergence of cardiovascular disease during urbanisation of Africans. Pub Health Nut 2002; 5: 239-43.
  • Vorster HH, Venter CS, Wissing MP, Margetts BM. The nutrition and health transition in the North West Province of South Africa: a review of THUSA (Transition and Health during Urbanisaiont of South Africans) Study. Pub Health Nut 2005; 8 (5): 480-90.
  • Vorster HH, Kruger A, Venter CS, Margetts BM, MacIntyre UE. Cardiovascular disease risk factors and socio-economic position of Africans in transition: the THUSA study. Cardiovasc J Africa 2007; 18 (4): 315-22.
  • Walker ARP, Walker BF, Adam F. Nutrition, diet, physical activity, smoking, and longevity: from primitive hunter-gatherer to present passive consumer – How far can we go? Nutrition 2003; 19: 169-73.
  • WHO. Globalization, diets and noncommunicable diseases. Geneva: WHO 2002

Maladies chroniques liées à la nutrition dans les populations en développement

  • Abegunde DO, Mathers CD, Adam T, et al. The burden and costs of chronic diseases in low-income and middle-income countries. Lancet 2007; 370: 1929-38
  • Atlas mondial du diabète, publié par la Fédération Internationale du Diabète
  • Baldé N M, Diallo I, Baldé M D, Barry I S, Kaba L, Diallo M M, Kaké A, Camara A, Bah D, Barry M M, Sangaré-Bah M et Maugendre D. Diabetes and impaired fasting glucose in rural and urban populations in Futa Jallon (Guinea): prevalence and associated risk factors. Diabetes & Metabolism 2007; 33 : 114—120
  • Baldé NM, Camara A, Camara L M, Diallo M M, Kaké A et Bah Sow O Y. Tuberculose et diabète à Conakry, Guinée : Prévalence et caractéristiques cliniques de l’association. Int J Tuberc Lung 2006; 10(9): 1036-1040
  • Cockram C S. Diabetes mellitus : Perspective from the Asia-Pacific region. Diabetes Res Clin Pract 2000; 50: 3-7
  • Cooper RS, Rotimi CN, Kaufman JS, et al. Prevalence of NIDDM among populations of the African Diaspora. Diabetes Care 1997; 20:343-8.
  • Cooper R, Rotimi C, Ataman S, McGee D, Osotimehin B, Kadiri S, Muna W, Kingue S, Fraser H, Forrester T, Bennett F & Wilks R. The prevalence of hypertension in seven populations of West African origin. Am J Public Health 1997; 87: 160-168.
  • Cruickshank JK, Mbanya JC, Wilks R, et al. Hypertension in four African-origin populations: current ‘Rule of halves’, quality of blood pressure control and attributable risk of cardiovascular disease. J Hypertens 2001; 19: 41-6.
  • Danaei G, Lawes C M M, Vander Hoorn S, Murray C L and Ezzati M. Global and regional mortality from ischaemic heart disease and stroke attribuable to higher-than-optimum blood glucose concentration : comparative risk assessment. Lancet 2006; 368 : 1651-1659
  • Djrolo F, Amoussou-Guenou KD, Zannou D M, Houinato D, Ahouandogbo F et Houngbe. Prévalence du diabète sucré au Bénin. Louvain Med 2003; 122: S256-S260
  • Drewnowski A, Specter SE. Poverty and obesity: the role of energy density and energy costs. Am J Clin Nutr 2004; 79: 6-16.
  • Ezzati M, Lopez AD, Rodgers A, Vander Hoorn S, Murray CJL and the Comparative Risk Assessment Collaborating Group. Selected major risk Factors and global and regional burden of disease. The Lancet 2002; 360:1347-60
  • Ezzati M, Hoorn VS, Lawes CMM et al. Rethinking the «diseases of affluence» paradigm: global patterns of nutritional risks in relation to economic development. PLoS Med 2005. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.0020133.
  • Fadupin GT, Joseph EU, Keshinro OO. Prevalence of obesity among type 2 diabetics in Nigeria a case study of patients in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Afr J Med Med Sci 2004; 33 (4): 381-4
  • Gaziano TA, Reddy K S, Paccaud F, Horton S and Chaturvedi V. Cardiovascular Disease in Disease Control Priorities. Second edition. (Ed. Jamison et al. New York University press and World Bank) 2006; Chapitre 33 : 645-662.
  • Gaziano TA. Reducing the growing burden of cardiovascular disease in the developing world. Health affairs 2007; 26(1) : 13-24
  • Gill G V, Mbanya J C, Ramaiya K L and Tesfaye S. A sub-Saharan African perspective of diabetes. Diabetologia 2009; 52 : 8-16
  • ILO. Food at work : Workplace solutions for malnutrition, obesity and chronic diseases, 2005
  • King H, Aubert RE, Herman WH. Global burden of diabetes, 1995-2025. Diab Care 1998; 21:1414-31.
  • Leeder S, Raymond S, Greenberg H, Liu H and Esson K. A race against time. The Challenge of Cardiovascular Disease in Developing economies. (New york Trustees of Columbia University) 2004 ; Chapitre C : 16-37
  • Lopez AD, Mathers CD, Ezzati M, Jamison DT and Murray CJL. Global and regional burden of disease and risk factors, 2001 : Systematic analysis of population health data. The lancet 2006; 367:1747-57
  • Martorell R. Obesity in the developing world. In: Caballero B, Popkin BM (Eds). The nutrition transition 2002: 147-64.
  • Mbanya JC, Sobngwi E. Diabetes in Africa: diabetes microvascular and macrovascular disease in Africa. J Cardiovasc Risk 2003; 10: 97-102.
  • Mokhtar N, Elati J, Chabir R et al. Diet culture and obesity in Northern Africa. J Nutr 2001; 131: 887S-92S.
  • Monteiro CA, Conde WL, Popkin BM. Independent effects of income and education on the risk of obesity in the Brazilian adult population. J Nutr 2001; 131, 881S-886S.
  • Monteiro CA, Conde WL, Lu B, Popkin BM. Obesity and inequities in health in the developing world. Int J Obesity 2004; 28: 1181-6
  • Motala AA, Omar MA, Pirie FJ. Diabetes in Africa. Epidemiology of type 1 and type 2 diabetes in Africa. J Cardiovasc Risk 2003; 10: 77-83.
  • Opie LH, Mayosi BM. Cardiovascular disease in sub-Saharan Africa. Circulation 2005; 112: 3536-40.
  • Pena M, Bacallao J (Eds). Obesity and poverty. A new public health challenge. Washington: PAHO, 2004
  • Singh U, Devaraj S, Jialal I. Nutritional modulation of inflammation in metabolic syndrome. In: Packer L, Sies H (Eds). Oxidative stress and inflammatory mechanisms in obesity, diabetes and the metabolic syndrome. New York: CRC Press, 2008.
  • Sobngwi E, Mauvais-Jarvis F, Vexiau P, et al. Diabetes in Africans. Part 1 : Epidemiology and clinical specificities. Doiabetes Metab 2001; 27 : 628-34.
  • Steyn K, Sliwa S, Hawken S, et al. Risk factors associated with myocardial infarction in Africa: the INTERHEART Africa Study. Circulation 2005; 112 (23): 3554-61.
  • Steyn K, Fourie J, Temple N (Eds). Chronic diseases of lifestyle in South-Africa: 1995-2005. Medical Research Council, 2006
  • WHO/FAO Expert Consultation. The global burden of chronic diseases. In: Diet, nutrition and the prevention of chronic diseases. Geneva: WHO Technical Report Series No 916, 2003.
  • Yusuf S, Hawken S, Ounpuu S, et al. Effect of potentially modifiable risk factors associated with myocardial infarction in 52 countries (the INTERHEART study): case-control study. Lancet 2004; 364 (9348): 937-52.
  • Yusuf S, Hawken S, Ounpuu S, et al. Obesity and the risk of myocardial infarction in 27,000 participants from 52 countries: a case-control study. Lancet 2005; 366 (9497): 1589-91.
  • Zabsonre P, Sedogo B., Lankoande D., Dyemkouma FX., Bertrand E., Obésité et maladies chroniques en Afrique subsaharienne, Médecine d’Afrique noire, 2000; 47

Origine fœtale et infantile des maladies chroniques liées à la nutrition

  • Voir aussi le numéro spécial de «Maternal and Child Nutrition» de juillet 2005 (vol 1, no 3) sur les Actes d’un atelier international sur l’influence de la nutrition tôt dans la vie sur les risques de maladies chroniques (accès libre en ligne pour les pays en développement)
  • Bhargava SK, Sachdev HS, Fall CHD, et al. Relation of serial changes in childhood body-mass index to impaired glucose tolerance in young adulthood. New Engl J Med 2004; 350: 865-75.
  • Barker DJP. Mothers, babies and health in later life (2nd ed). Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 1998 (217 p).
  • Barker DJ. The origins of the developmental origins theory. J Intern Med 2007; 261: 412-7.
  • Barker DJP. Adult consequences of fetal growth restriction. Clin Obstet Gynec 2006; 49: 270-83.
  • Barker DJP, Winter PD, Osmond C, Margetts B. Weight in infancy and death from ischaemic disease. Lancet 1989; 2271:577-80.
  • Boulé NG, Tremblay A, Gonzalez-Barranco J, et al. Insulin resistance and abdominal adiposity in young men with documented malnutrition during the first year of life. Int J Obesity 2003; 27: 598-604.
  • Eriksson JG, Forsén T, Tuomilehto J, Osmond C, Barker DJP. Early growth and coronary heart disease in later life: longitudinal study. BMJ 2001; 322:949-53
  • Franco MC, Kawamoto EM, Gorjao R, et al. Biomarkers of oxidative stress and antioxidant status in children born small for gestational age: evidence of lipid peroxidation. Pediatr Res 2007; 62 (2): 204-8.
  • Franco MC, Higa EM, D’.Almeida V, et al. Homocysteine and nitric oxide are related to blood pressure and vascular function in small-for-gestational-age children. Hypertension 2007; 50 (2): 396-402.
  • Huxley RR, Shiell AW, Law CM. The role of size at birth and postnatal catch-up growth in determining systolic blood pressure: a systematic review of the literature. J Hypertens 2000; 18: 815-31.
  • Khor GL, Sharif ZM. Dual forms of malnutrition in the sam households in Malaysia – a case study among Malay rural households. Asia Pacific J Clin Nutr 2003; 12(4): 427-38.
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  • Martins PA, Sawaya AL. Evidence for impaired insulin production and higher sensitivity in stunted children living in slums. Brit J Nutr 2006; 95 (5): 996-2001.
  • Owen CG, Whincup PH, Gilg JA, Cook DG. Effect of breast feeding in infancy on blood pressure in later life: systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ 2003; 327: 1189-92.
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Programmes ciblant la transition nutritionnelle et les maladies chroniques dans les pays en développement