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Title: 中国都市部児童の偏食に関する実態調査
Other Titles: Investigation on unbalanced diet situation of elementary school children in an urban area in China
Authors: 邱, 昱
中山, 玲子
Yu, Qiu
Nakayama, Reiko
Issue Date: 25-Dec-2017
Publisher: 京都女子大学食物学会
Abstract: The purpose of this research was to explore the situation of the unbalance diet of elementary school children in an urban area in China. A questionnaire was conducted among 814 parents of children from two public elementary schools in 2015. Approximately 80 percent of children had some disliking foods. Vegetable accounted for the most detestable food and the primary factors for the detestable food were taste, smell and texture. Unbalance diet was significantly related to exercise and bowel habit (p=0.048, p=0.031). High unbalance diet group had significant higher ratio of undesirable eating habits, undesirable dietary awareness and dietary behavior. The unbalance diet was significantly related to physical condition, family meal. High unbalance diet group showed a higher ratio comparing to the low group of children who tend to be thin as well as eating breakfast alone (p=0.030, p=0.020). Furthermore, unbalance diet of children was significantly related to unbalance diet of parents (p=0.025). Educational background, dietary awareness and dietary knowledge of parents were significantly related to the countermeasures about the unbalance diet of children. Parents who had higher education, good dietary awareness and dietary knowledge improved an unbalance diet of children proactively. The findings of this study provide details about the context and relevant factors of the unbalance diet of children. In order to improve the situation of the unbalance diet, reduce the proportion of picky eating and develop desirable of the children, it is necessary to promote food and nutrition education for both children and parents in China.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/2573
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