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The Sugars Intake through Processed Foods and Its Related Factors in College Students
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The Sugars Intake through Processed Foods and Its Related Factors in College Students
Shin, Eun Kyung; Doo, Young Taek;
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 Abstract
Objectives: This study was performed to examine the sugars intake through processed foods and its related factors in college students. Methods: The findings of this study was based on the data obtained from the self-administered questionnaire survey of the sugars intake through processed foods. The self-administered questionnaire survey was conducted among 245 college students between March and April, 2015. Results: The amount of sugars intake through processed foods was 45.9g in male collegians and 47.1g in female collegians. In the bivariate analysis, the amount of sugars intake was significantly different by department of major, current smoking status, subjective health status in female collegians (p<0.05). In the multivariate analysis, the amount of sugars intake was related significantly with current drinking status, sleeping time, degree of depression in male students and student`s department of major, current smoking status, whether or not of snack intake in female (p<0.05). Conclusions: The program for college students to decrease the sugars intake through processed foods would be necessary, especially in student of non-health department.
 Keywords
College student;Intake;Sugars;
 Language
Korean
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