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Impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on Food Consumption and Behavior in France (COVISTRESS Study)

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Anne Tyrode
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Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns modified work environments, lifestyles, and food consumption. Eating habits and mood changes in a French population during the first lockdown were examined using an online self-reported questionnaire with REDCap software through the COVISTRESS.ORG website. In 671 French participants, the main changes during lockdown were increased stress levels (64 [23; 86] vs. 3 [0; 18]) and sedentary behavior (7 [4; 9] vs. 5 [3; 8] hours per day), a deterioration in sleep quality (50 [27; 83] vs. 70 [48; 94]) and mood (50 [30; 76] vs. 78 [50; 92]), and less physical activity (2.0 [0.5; 5.0] vs. 3.5 [2.0; 6.0]). Mood was modified, with more anger (56 [39; 76] vs. 31 [16; 50]), more sadness (50 [34; 72] vs. 28 [16; 50]), more agitation (50 [25; 66] vs. 43 [20; 50]), and more boredom (32 [7; 60] vs. 14 [3; 29]). A total of 25% of the participants increased their consumption of alcoholic beverages, 29% their consumption of sugary foods, and 26% their consumption of cocktail snacks. A multiple-correspondence analysis highlights four different profiles according to changes in eating habits, food consumption, lifestyle, and mood. In conclusion, eating habits and lifestyle changes during lockdown periods should be carefully monitored to promote healthy behaviors.
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hal-03853843 , version 1 (15-11-2022)

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Mélanie Pouget, Maëlys Clinchamps, Céline Lambert, Bruno Pereira, Nicolas Farigon, et al.. Impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on Food Consumption and Behavior in France (COVISTRESS Study). Nutrients, 2022, 14 (18), pp.3739. ⟨10.3390/nu14183739⟩. ⟨hal-03853843⟩
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