Место работы автора, адрес/электронная почта: Научно-исследовательский центр "Арктика" ; 685000, г. Магадан, пр-т. Карла Маркса, 24 ; e-mail: Vdovenko.firstname.lastname@example.org ; http://arktika.north-east.ru
Ученая степень, ученое звание: канд. биол. наук
Количество страниц: 4 с.
Each ecological region has individual characteristics of metabolism particularly because of the indefinite landscape zone that can be inhabited by people of different ethnic and racial origin. The environmental factor of nutrition has a great influence on the metabolism characteristics. What macro- and micronutrients are consumed with food becomes a prognostic sign of the development of alimentary-dependent deviations that directly affect functional parameters of the body systems. The diet of 17-21 year old male indigenous residents of Magadan region (n = 38) and Chukotka Autonomous District (n = 52) has been analyzed. All the examinees were full-time students having similar living conditions. The ASPON-Nutrition program (Russia) was used to evaluate the young subjects' nutritional profiles by analyzing their daily diets. The studied parameters were proteins, fats, carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins, and macro- and microelements. In addition, the energy value of the daily diet was assessed in kcal / day. Larger deviations from the current normative values of the body physiological needs in macro- and micronutrients have been found. The nutritional imbalance characterized by insufficient intake of proteins, fats, essential trace elements, and vitamins against the background of reduced energy value of daily calorie content has been shown. The revealed deficiency is much more typical at young men living in the city of Magadan. In general, the multilateral imbalance established in the diet of young indigenes indicates a violation of the basic principles of healthy eating (satisfying energy needs, balancing proteins, fats, carbohydrates) and can be associated with avoiding the traditional type of the diet by the indigenous population and turning to the classical Caucasian one which does not provide all the needs of the body of this ethnicity
Аверьянова, И. В. Анализ макро-и микронутриентного профиля рациона питания юношей-аборигенов Северо-Востока России / И. В. Аверьянова, С. И. Вдовенко // Якутский медицинский журнал. — 2020. — N 4 (72). — С. 102-105
Количество страниц: 7 с.
The specific features of urgent adaptations of a number of functional systems of the body in response to a cycle-ergometric test were under study, and marker criteria for assessing the level of exercise tolerance were identified. Based on the study of heart rate variability, indirect calorimetry, capillary blood flow and a modified PWC170 test, a comparative study was carried out on young men aged 17-19 who were students from among Caucasians born in the North in the 1st and 2nd generations. The results of the study made it possible to establish that the most important and informative indices reflecting the degree of tolerance to the load are the heart rate, the concentration of carbon dioxide in the exhaled air, the oxygen utilization factor, and the rate of capillary blood flow. During the performance of the stress test, such criteria are heart rate, MxDMn in relation to heart rate, reflecting the degree of decrease in parasympathetic activation, as well as the level of oxygen consumption, whose values in individuals with normal load resistance continue to increase until the end of the test.
Перестройки показателей вариабельности сердечного ритма, газообмена и микроциркуляции при велоэргометрии у лиц с различной степенью нагрузочной толерантности / И. В. Аверьянова, С. И. Вдовенко, А. В. Харин // Якутский медицинский журнал. — 2019. — N 4 (68). — С. 25-31.