Survey on the Actual State of Elementary and Junior High School Students' Consciousness and Knowledge Regarding Foods, and Cooking Skills

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  • 小中学生の生活習慣病予防に関連する食行動と食に対する意識,知識,調理技術等との関連

Abstract

  We conducted a survey of elementary and junior high school students aiming to clarify the actual state and issues of dietary life related to lifestyle-related diseases.<BR>  The subjects are a total of 411 students in Tokyo. We conducted a survey in September 2008. We surveyed items including eating behavior, food-related attitude and knowledge, frequency of cooking, cooking skills, and school meal time. Based on the survey, we were able to deduce the following issues and tendencies.<BR>1) The majority of elementary and junior high school students do not use knowledge on nutrition they learn at school in their daily lives.<BR>2) The rate of actually conducting healthy eating behavior and the rate of having the attitude and knowledge to lead a healthy dietary life tend to be lower for junior high school students than for elementary school students.<BR>3) About 30 to 40% of elementary and junior high school students rarely cook.<BR>4) Obtaining the knowledge of food, happiness in school lunch, and cooking frequency and skills are important to send healthy eating habits.

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  • CRID
    1390001205197444224
  • NII Article ID
    130004493847
  • DOI
    10.2740/jisdh.22.28
  • ISSN
    18812368
    13469770
  • Text Lang
    ja
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
    • Crossref
    • CiNii Articles
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    Disallowed

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