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Comparison of Breakfast and Nutritional Attitudes in Elementary School Students by Obesity Level in Chungnam Area

충남 일부지역 초등학생의 비만도에 따른 아침식사와 영양태도 비교

Lee, Soen Yong;Lee, Je-Hyuk;Kim, Myung Hee
이선영;이제혁;김명희

  • Received : 2014.04.07
  • Accepted : 2014.09.11
  • Published : 2014.10.31

Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate the actual conditions underlying frequency of eating breakfast and nutritional attitudes in elementary school students in Chungnam area. Students had the highest ratio for eating breakfast everyday and spent 10-20 minutes eating breakfast. Students went to bed at 10-11 PM and woke up at 7-7:30 AM in the morning on average. The biggest reason for skipping breakfast was insufficient time in the morning. Additionally, favorite breakfast menu of subjects was a Korean style meal. The number of elementary students that recognized necessity of nutritional education was highest among subjects. Favorite educational method of subjects was education by teachers. Additionally, number of female students that recognized effect of breakfast on health status was significantly higher than boy students. Ratio of eating breakfast everyday was dependent on BMI value. Most subjects preferred video learning materials as the main nutritional education method. Overweight subjects showed the highest ratio for eating with loss of willpower compared to other students when they skipped the breakfast. Female subjects ate a greater variety of foods compared to male students, and showed better nutritional attitudes towards a desirable dietary life than male subjects. To prevent undesirable food habits and improve intake of various nutrients, systematic nutrition education is required to regulate breakfast of elementary students.

Keywords

Elementary students;frequency of breakfast;BMI;nutritional attitude

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