Yıl 2016, Cilt 6, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 137 - 146 2016-04-06

Çay, Obezite ve Kadın

Feride Taşkın Yılmaz [1] , Gülbahtiyar Demirel [2] , Azime Karakoç Kumsar [3]

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Sağlığı bozacak şekilde vücutta anormal ya da aşırı yağ birikimi olarak tanımlanan obezite dünya genelinde hızla artan önemli bir halk sağlığı sorunu olup, kadınlarda erkeklere oranla daha sık görülmektedir. Son yıllarda, obezitenin hızla büyüyen tedavi alanlarından biri, doğal bitki ürünlerinin kullanımıdır ve çay da bunlardan birisidir. Yapılan epidemiyolojik ve klinik çalışmalarda,  çayın içeriğinde yer alan kimyasal maddelerin sağlık açısından olumlu etkileri ile obezitenin önlenmesinde ve tedavisinde yarar sağladığı gösterilmiştir. Obez kadınlar ile yapılan üç aydan daha uzun süreli çalışmaların çoğunda da, özellikle yeşil çayın kilo vermeye katkı sağladığı belirtilmiştir. Ancak yapılan kontrollü müdahale çalışmalarının yetersizliği ve çalışma tasarımlarının karışık olması, obez kadınlarda çay tüketiminin etkinliğine yönelik daha fazla çalışma gereksinimini ortaya koymaktadır.  Bu nedenle bu derlemede, kadınlarda obezite ile baş etme ve obeziteyi önlemede çay tüketiminin etkinliği literatür doğrultusunda tartışılmıştır. Kanıta dayalı verilerin sunulduğu bu derlemenin, obeziteyi önlemede sağlık profesyonellerine yön gösterici olacağı öngörülmektedir.

Defined as the unhealthy abnormal or excessive accumulation of fat in the body, obesity is an increasingly important public health problem around the world and has a higher incidence among women than among men. In recent years, one of the fastest growing fields in the treatment of obesity is the use of natural herbal products, among which tea stands out as a prominent element. Relevant epidemiological and clinical studies showed that the positive effects of chemical substances in tea on health provided benefits in the specific prevention and treatment of obesity. Most of the studies conducted with obese women over a course of more than three months reported that especially green tea contributed positively to weight loss. However, the insufficient number of controlled intervention studies and the complex nature of the designs of existing studies point out to the need for further studies on the effectiveness of tea consumption among obese women. Thus, this review discusses the effectiveness of tea consumption in coping with and preventing obesity among women in line with the existing literature. Providing evidence-based data, this review is considered to be a prospective source of guidance for healthcare professionals for the prevention of obesity
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Bibtex @ { gopctd255813, journal = {Journal of Contemporary Medicine}, issn = {}, eissn = {2146-6009}, address = {Selçuk Üniversitesi}, year = {2016}, volume = {6}, pages = {137 - 146}, doi = {10.16899/ctd.90351}, title = {Çay, Obezite ve Kadın}, key = {cite}, author = {Demirel, Gülbahtiyar and Taşkın Yılmaz, Feride and Karakoç Kumsar, Azime} }
APA Taşkın Yılmaz, F , Demirel, G , Karakoç Kumsar, A . (2016). Çay, Obezite ve Kadın. Journal of Contemporary Medicine, 6 (2), 137-146. DOI: 10.16899/ctd.90351
MLA Taşkın Yılmaz, F , Demirel, G , Karakoç Kumsar, A . "Çay, Obezite ve Kadın". Journal of Contemporary Medicine 6 (2016): 137-146 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/gopctd/issue/24101/255813>
Chicago Taşkın Yılmaz, F , Demirel, G , Karakoç Kumsar, A . "Çay, Obezite ve Kadın". Journal of Contemporary Medicine 6 (2016): 137-146
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ISNAD Taşkın Yılmaz, Feride , Demirel, Gülbahtiyar , Karakoç Kumsar, Azime . "Çay, Obezite ve Kadın". Journal of Contemporary Medicine 6 / 2 (Nisan 2016): 137-146. http://dx.doi.org/10.16899/ctd.90351