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Evaluation of a Nutrition Education Program Designed to Reduce Sugar Intake in Preschool Children
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Evaluation of a Nutrition Education Program Designed to Reduce Sugar Intake in Preschool Children
Yeom, Ma-Young; Cho, Youn-Ok;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to evaluate a nutrition education program designed to reduce sugar intake in preschool children. The nutritional knowledge, dietary attitude, dietary behavior, and food intake with a sweet taste in preschool children were tested before and after 4 weeks of nutrition education from March 8 to April 1, 2016. The preschool children were recruited in Dobong-gu, Seoul. The subjects were divided into two groups; educated (N
 Keywords
preschool children;nutrition knowledge;dietary attitude;dietary behavior;sugar intake reduction;
 Language
Korean
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