Impacto das práticas alimentares dos cuidadores na qualidade da alimentação e saúde da criança: uma revisão integrativa

Authors

  • Maria Luiza Prado Sant'Anna
  • Íris Gabrielly Marciano de Carvalho Rosa

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55905/revconv.17n.6-036

Keywords:

comportamento infantil, nutrição da criança, comportamento alimentar, relações pais-filho

Abstract

A infância é uma fase essencial para o desenvolvimento de hábitos e comportamentos que impactam a saúde e a qualidade de vida das crianças no futuro. Este estudo investiga como as práticas alimentares dos cuidadores, incluindo diferentes estilos parentais e abordagens comportamentais, afetam a qualidade da alimentação e a saúde das crianças. Foi realizada uma revisão integrativa utilizando as bases de dados PubMed, SCOPUS (Elsevier) e Web of Science, adotando o operador lógico booleano “AND’’ e fazendo uso das seguintes palavras-chave, conforme os Descritores em Ciências da Saúde (DECS): ‘’Relações Pais-Filho’’ (Parent-Child Relations) AND ‘’comportamento alimentar’’ (Feeding Behavior) AND ‘’Child Behavior’’ (comportamento infantil). Foram incluídos artigos publicados no período de 2018 a 2023, publicados na íntegra, nos idiomas português, inglês ou espanhol, que respondesse à pergunta de pesquisa. Foram encontrados 146 artigos relacionados ao tema do estudo e, após um processo seletivo rigoroso, 8 trabalhos foram escolhidos com base nos critérios de inclusão e exclusão estabelecidos. Os resultados mostram a importância do ambiente familiar no comportamento alimentar infantil, destacando o estilo parental autoritativo como o mais benéfico para hábitos alimentares saudáveis. O estilo parental indulgente foi associado a um aumento no ganho de peso infantil, enquanto o estilo parental autoritário está correlacionado a um maior consumo de alimentos açucarados e a uma menor aceitação de alimentos in natura. Os cuidadores desempenham papel fundamental na formação do hábito alimentar, sendo essencial que os mesmos promovam um ambiente alimentar propício ao desenvolvimento de comportamentos alimentares saudáveis, evitando práticas coercitivas.

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Published

2024-06-05

How to Cite

Sant’Anna, M. L. P., & Rosa , Íris G. M. de C. (2024). Impacto das práticas alimentares dos cuidadores na qualidade da alimentação e saúde da criança: uma revisão integrativa. CONTRIBUCIONES A LAS CIENCIAS SOCIALES, 17(6), e7279. https://doi.org/10.55905/revconv.17n.6-036

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