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Study on Nutrition Knowledge, Perception, and Intake Frequency of Milk and Milk Products among Middle School Students in Chuncheon Area
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Study on Nutrition Knowledge, Perception, and Intake Frequency of Milk and Milk Products among Middle School Students in Chuncheon Area
Han, Ji Min; Min, Sung Hee; Lee, Min June;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the nutrition knowledge, perception, and intake frequency of milk and milk products among middle school students as well as provide the basic data needed for increasing milk and milk product consumption. To achieve the purpose of this study, a survey with 385 students of four middle schools located in Chuncheon was conducted. The level of nutrition knowledge of milk and milk products in females was slightly higher than that in males (p<0.01). Flavored milk and ice cream were preferred the most in each category, and `taste` influenced the selection of milk and milk products the most. The intake frequency of whole milk was the highest, and that of flavored milk was lowest among various milks. Ice cream showed the highest intake frequency while cheese showed the lowest among milk products. Male students showed higher intake frequency of milk and milk products. Groups having high level of nutrition knowledge showed the highest intake of whole milk, whereas groups having a low level of nutrition knowledge preferred processed milk, low fat or non-fat milk, and cheese the lowest.
 Keywords
Middle school student;milk and milk product;nutrition knowledge;perception;intake frequency;
 Language
Korean
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