韓國食生活文化學會誌 제36권 제2호 (p.184-197)

세종지역 일부 대학생의 체형인식에 따른 가공식품이용 및 식품표시 활용실태

Body Shape Awareness and Utilization Status of Processed Foods and Food-Labeling by Some University Students in Sejong City
키워드 :
BMI,body shape awareness,processed foods,food-labeling,nutrition labelling,university students

목차

Abstract
I. 서 론
II. 연구 내용 및 방법
   1. 조사대상 및 기간
   2. 조사방법 및 내용
   3. 통계처리
III. 결과 및 고찰
   1. 조사대상자의 일반특성
   2. 조사대상 대학생의 체형인식과 가공식품 구매실태 및 섭취빈도
   3. 조사대상 대학생의 체형인식과 식품표시 활용 및 확인실태
   4. 조사대상 대학생의 체형인식과 영양표시 인식 및 내용별확인실태
IV. 요약 및 결론
References

초록

This study investigated the recognition and utilization status of food labeling and nutrition labeling, according to the body type recognition of university students. In a total of 351 subjects, the male subjects comprised of 25.8% belonging to the underweight awareness group, 46.3% normal weight awareness group, and 27.9% overweight awareness students. Among the female students, 29.2% belonged to the underweight awareness group, 36.6% were normal body weight, and 34.2% were the overweight group. When purchasing processed foods, the price (4.05 points), expiration date (4.03 points), and gross weight (3.88 points) were the most considered factors of the food labeling content (5 points) for all body shape recognition groups. The food labeling of canned foods was checked most by the underweight awareness group (p<0.05). For bread and snacks, the contents of food labeling were confirmed most by the normal weight awareness group and the overweight awareness group (p<0.001). For beverages, the normal weight awareness group checked more food labels (p<0.01). The underweight awareness group (55.2%) hardly checked the nutritional labeling, and 22.9% of these subjects did not check at all. Our results may provide the necessity to improve the incorrect eating habits of students, by evaluating differences between the cognitive body type and the actual body type by BMI.