大学生における副菜摂取頻度と生活習慣・食生活・健康状況との関連

URI http://harp.lib.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/hijiyama-u/metadata/12508
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タイトル
大学生における副菜摂取頻度と生活習慣・食生活・健康状況との関連
別タイトル
The Relationship between Side Dish Intake Frequency and Lifestyle, Eating Habits, and Health of University Students
著者
氏名 三次 舞
ヨミ ミヨシ マイ
別名 MIYOSHI Mai
氏名 城戸 真理子
ヨミ キド マリコ
別名 KIDO Mariko
氏名 森脇 弘子
ヨミ モリワキ ヒロコ
別名 MORIWAKI Hiroko
氏名 前大道 教子
ヨミ マエオオミチ ノリコ
別名 MAEOMICHI Noriko
キーワード
副菜摂取頻度
生活習慣
食生活
健康状況
大学生
抄録

The objective of this study was to identify the relationship between the frequency of eating side dishes and lifestyle, eating habits, and health, and to gather materials to plan for the implementation of healthy lifestyles and eating habits in university students. In this study, we conducted a questionnaire of 665 university students in Hiroshima Prefecture, using 581 of them for analysis.
Regarding side dish intake frequency, 34.6% of men were in the high frequency group, and
65.4% in the low frequency group; women’s groups were 41.8% and 58.2% , respectively.
Compared with the low frequency group, the men’s high frequency group showed a significantly lower percentage of members who lose their patience, feel unenergetic, and have no will to do things; for the women, there was a significantly lower percentage of people who yawn. Furthermore, for both men and women, the high frequency groups had a significantly higher proportion of nonsmokers; for men, there was a significantly higher proportion of people who sleep well, exercise once or more every two to three days, and have a well-regulated lifestyle. For both men and women, there was a significantly higher proportion of people who eat breakfast and lunch every day, who eat at set times every day, who think about nutritional balance, who think their own eating habits are good, who eat dishes with items from nearly all food groups at every meal or over the course of every day, and who want to have good eating habits.
Given the above, we believe that side dish intake frequency has an effect on health, that the intake of side dishes can be an indicator for the quality of eating habits, and that the quality of eating habits is related to lifestyle and health. For this reason, food education and practice are important for increasing side dish intake. Furthermore, we must consider the potential of various practices for creating a posi tive food environment, such as offering food-related lectures and cooking classes, and displaying nutritional information on menus in university cafeterias.

掲載雑誌名
比治山大学紀要
24
開始ページ
227
終了ページ
238
出版年月日
2018/03
出版者
比治山大学
本文言語
日本語
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紀要論文
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著者版
ソートキー
24
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hijiyama-u