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Relationship between Resting Energy Expenditure and Sleep Parameters on Gestational Weight Gain and the Mediation Effect of Macronutrient Composition


Abstract No studies have evaluated the impact of tracking resting energy expenditure (REE) and modifiable health behaviors on gestational weight gain (GWG). In this controlled trial, pregnant women aged >18 years (X=29.8±4.9 years) with a gestational age (GA) <17 weeks were randomized to Breezing™ (N=16) or control (N=12) for 13 weeks. The Breezing™ group used a real-time metabolism tracker to obtain REE. Anthropometrics, diet, and sleep data were collected every 2 weeks. Rate of GWG was calculated as weight gain divided by total duration. Early (GA weeks 14-21), late (GA weeks 21-28), and overall (GA week 14-28) changes in macronutrients, sleep, and GWG were calculated. Mediation models were constructed using SPSS PROCESS macro using a bootst... (more)
Created Date 2019
Contributor Vander Wyst, Kiley Bernhard (Author) / Whisner, Corrie M (Advisor) / Reifsnider, Elizabeth (Committee member) / Petrov, Megan E (Committee member) / Buman, Matthew (Committee member) / Shaibi, Gabriel Q (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Nutrition / Basal metabolic rate / Dietary composition / Gestational Weight Gain / Maternal health / Pregnancy / Sleep
Type Doctoral Dissertation
Extent 147 pages
Language English
Copyright
Note Doctoral Dissertation Nutrition 2019
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
Additional Formats MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS


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