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Title: 中国都市部児童の食生活に関する実態調査
Other Titles: Investigation on actual dietary life conditions of elementary school children in urban areas of China
Authors: 邱, 昱
中山, 玲子
Yu, Qiu
Nakayama, Reiko
Issue Date: 20-Dec-2016
Publisher: 京都女子大学食物学会
Abstract: To clarify the dietary life of children in urban areas of China, we have conducted this research to investigate the daily habits, dietary awareness and dietary behavior of children in Guangzhou. A questionnaire was conducted among 814 parents of children at two public elementary schools in 2015. The dietary habits were related to the school year and gender of child. Students of lower grades showed better eating habits, better exercise, life rhythm regularly. However, the percentage of upper grade students was higher than lower grade, and girls showed a higher rate comparing to the boys in terms of good dietary awareness and behavior. Regular living routines , good bowel habits and exercise were related to a higher rate of good eating habits, such as eating breakfast everyday, low frequency of soft drinks and lower-fast food consumption. Chinese children showed a higher percentage of "eating alone" comparing to Japanese children. Furthermore, the rate of the children who eat breakfast or dinner alone have good dietary awareness and dietary behavior lower than the children who eat breakfast or dinner with family. The children who have higher frequency of mealtime conversation, higher frequency of talking about event food also have good dietary awareness and dietary behavior. The findings of this study provide details about actual dietary life conditions of children. In order to develop desirable dietary habits, good dietary awareness and behavior of the children, it is necessary to promote Shokuiku (food and nutrition education) in China.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/2399
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