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 Title & Authors
School Dietitian Awareness, Practice, and Sodium Reduction Plan in School Meal Service
Kim, Eun Kyung; Kim, Hae Young;
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 Abstract
Purpose: Sodium intake in school meals is very high. Accordingly, many health problems have emerged. The objective of this study was to assess school dietitian`s awareness and practice of sodium contents in urban and rural locations schools and suggest sodium reduction plan in school meal service. Methods: A total of 524 nationwide school dietitians from elementary, middle, and high schools in south Korea were surveyed using questionnaires to determine their awareness and practicing behavior for reducing high-salt contents in meals. Sodium reduction plan was then suggested accordingly. Results: Most school dietitians (83%, n
 Keywords
sodium reduction;awareness;practice;school meal service;
 Language
Korean
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