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Health behavior and status associated with junk food consumption in adolescents: Data from the Korea youth risk behavior web-based survey
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Health behavior and status associated with junk food consumption in adolescents: Data from the Korea youth risk behavior web-based survey
Doo, Young-Taek;
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 Abstract
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to evaluate effects of soda, fast food, and ramen consumption on dietary habit and health behavior of adolescents and to investigate pathway of which junk food influencing health status. Methods: The findings of this study were based on the data obtained from the 2015 11th Korea Youth Risk Behavior Web-based Survey. The analysis was accomplished using structural equation model which was designed based on the ideas that junk food consumption affects health status not only directly but also indirectly through eating habit and health behavior. Results: The structural models of both sexes revealed that the more they consumed junk food, the more negative effects it had on eating habit and health behavior. In addition, junk food consumption had an negative influence on health status directly and indirectly through eating habit and health behavior. Conclusions: The study results imply that school health education regarding proper eating habit should be implemented and that related policies should be established since complex individual, social, and environmental factors contribute to adolescents` eating habit.
 Keywords
junk food;dietary habit;health behavior;health status;
 Language
Korean
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