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젊은 여성에서 물 섭취량에 따른 혈청 High-Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein 농도 변화

Changes in Serum High-Sensitivity C-reactive Protein Concentrations According to Differences in Water Intake in Young Women

김현경(Kim, Hyun-Kyung) , 김병원(Kim, Byung-Won) , 이형선(Lee, Hyeong-Seon) , 조장은(Cho, Jang-Eun) , 권창오(Kweon, Chang-Oh) , 류재기(Ryu, Jae-Ki) 저

pp.115~121 (7pages)

간행물명 : 한국보건기초의학회지
권/호 : 한국보건기초의학회지 제14권 제2호 / 2021
발행기관 : 한국보건기초의학회
간행물유형 : 학술저널
주제분류 : 면역학
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초록

영어 초록
Water is essential for life; however, little is known about the precise amount of water intake that is beneficial for cardiovascular health. This study aimed to determine the impact of water intake amounts on cardiovascular disease (CVD) predictors. We reviewed 40 healthy women and divided them into four groups as follows: control, 1-L, 1.5-L, and 2-L water intake. The participants consumed the indicated amount of water daily. After 2 weeks, we evaluated the participants for changes in physiological conditions and CVD predictors. There was a significant decrease in waist circumference (WC) in all water intake groups except control group. The experiment showed no significant difference in the participants’ blood cell count; however, reduced mean platelet volume was observed in the 2-L intake group. Regarding lipid profiles, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels increased significantly in the 2-L intake group. High-sensitivity C-reactive protein levels decreased significantly in the 2-L intake group. Consuming >2 L of water daily may be more effective than consuming <2 L of water daily to reduce the risk of CVD. Therefore, this study suggests that drinking 2 L of water or more daily can help maintain a healthy life and prevent the onset of diseases in adults.

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