한국식품영양학회지 Vol. 31 No. 2 (p.293-300)

경기지역 남녀 중국인 유학생의 식습관, 건강관련 생활습관, 음료의 기호도와 섭취에 관한 비교 연구

A Study on the Dietary Habits, Life Habits, Drink Preference and Intake according to the Chinese Students Gender in Gyeonggi Province
키워드 :
Chinese students,dietary habits,life habits,preference and intake of beverages

목차

Abstract
서 론
연구방법
  1. 연구대상 및 기간
  2. 연구 도구
  3. 자료의 통계처리
결과 및 고찰
  1. 남녀 중국인 유학생의 인구학적 특성
  2. 남녀 중국인 유학생의 건강관련 생활습관
  3. 남녀 중국인 유학생의 식습관 및 식행동
  4. 남녀 중국인 유학생의 일반음료의 기호도 및 섭취양상
  5. 중국인 유학생의 음료섭취 영향 요인
요약 및 결론
References

초록

The purpose of this study was to investigate dietary habits, health lifestyle, preference and intake of beverages of Chinese students in Gyeonggi area. Therefore, we try to identify the factors that affect beverage consumption. According to the analysis of the demographic characteristics of male and female Chinese students, there were 155 male students (49.7%) and 157 female students (50.3%). There were statistically significant differences between the residence period and the time of coming to Korea according to sex (p<0.05), but there was no statistically significant difference between the education level, residence type and Korean ability (p>0.05). Analysis of the differences in health-related lifestyle among Chinese students of both sexes showed statistically significant difference in alcohol drinking, smoking, and exercise according to sex (p<0.05), but no statistically significant difference in computer use time (p>0.05). According to the analysis of the dietary habits of the Chinese students, there was a statistically significant difference in the number of meals per day, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack frequency and number of midnight snacks, but no statistically significant difference in eating out frequency. As a result of the preference test for general beverages, 4.11 points of water, 3.81 points of milk, 3.64 points of fruit and vegetable juice, 3.58 points of tea, 3.25 points of coffee, 3.22 points of carbonated drinks, 2.92 points of functional drinks, respectively. Male students were more likely to prefer water, tea, and health functional drinks while female students had higher preference for fruit, vegetable juice and vinegar drinks (p<0.05). In general, consumption of regular drinks was 4.95 in water, 3.58 in milk, 3.03 in coffee, 2.92 in carbonated drink, 2.91 in fruit and vegetable juice, 2.63 in tea, 2.07 in functional drink, and 1.44 in vinegar appear. Male students had higher intake of water, tea, carbonated drinks, and health functional drinks while female students had higher intake of fruit and vegetable juice (p<0.05). The results of correlation analysis of factors affecting the general drinking of Chinese students are as follows. The intake of tea was related to the period of residence and dietary habits, the intake of milk for breakfast, the number of snacks and midnight snacks for carbonated drinks, and the fruit vegetable juice were related to dietary habits (p<0.01, p<0.05). Key words: Chinese students, dietary habits, life habits, preference and intake of beverages