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Higher consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks increases the risk of yperuricemia in Korean Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism

Title
Higher consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks increases the risk of yperuricemia in Korean Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism
Author
최보율
Keywords
Soft drink; Hyperuricemia; Serum uric acid
Issue Date
2013-10
Publisher
Elsevier Science INC
Citation
Seminars In Arthritis And Rheumatism, 2014, 43(5), P.654-661
Abstract
ObjectiveThe clinical implication of sugar-sweetened soft drinks on the risk of hyperuricemia has increased, especially in Western population studies. The aim of this study is to clarify the association between sugar-sweetened soft drinks and fruit drinks made from oranges and apples and the risk of hyperuricemia in the Korean Multi-Rural Communities Cohort.MethodsA total of 9400 subjects were enrolled in the Korean Multi-Rural Communities Cohort Study, and a cross-sectional analysis was performed. Five quintiles (Q1?Q5) according to consumption of soft drinks and other fruit/fruit juices were classified and then categorized into three groups (Q1?Q3, Q4, and Q5) to assess the risk of hyperuricemia. Information on dietary intake was collected by well-trained interviewers using validated food frequency questionnaires.ResultsHigher consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks (Q5) increased the risk of hyperuricemia in males (adjusted OR = 1.35, 95% CI: 1.07?1.71) with a linear trend (p for trend = 0.01) and in females (adjusted OR = 1.40, 95% CI: 1.03?1.90) with no linear trend (p for trend = 0.09), compared to lower consumption (Q1?Q3). However, there were no significant differences of serum uric acid level according to the three categories of soft drink consumption, Q1?Q3, Q3, and Q5, in males (p = 0.21) or in females (p = 0.16), whereas all subjects showed statistical significance of serum uric acid level within the categories (p < 0.001). Estimated amount of soft drink intake was associated with serum uric acid level in males (β = 0.001; p = 0.01) but not in females (β = 0.0005; p = 0.10).ConclusionHigher consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks increased the risk of hyperuricemia in the Korean population, showing a differential linear trend for hyperuricemia according to gender.
URI
http://www.semarthritisrheumatism.com/article/S0049-0172(13)00214-X/fulltexthttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/53204
ISSN
0049-0172
DOI
10.1016/j.semarthrit.2013.10.008
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