Food choices of students with nutritional knowledge.

Autores/as

  • Ionel POPESCU-MITROI Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad
  • Maria Monica POPESCU-MITROI

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12873/423popescu

Palabras clave:

food choices, teenagers, nutritional facts, food products

Resumen

Objective: This exploratory studyaims to identifyat the students who have acquired basic nutritional knowledge theoptions based of what healthy / less healthy foods mean, to what extent the conservatism / novelty is important in choosing products and how much independent / dependent their food choices are in fact.

Methods: The methodology used in this paper consisted in drawing up a 38-item questionnaire by authors and its completion by 50 students who attended a nutrition course.

Results: This study reveals on the following tree major lines: at the axis healthy versus unhealthy food choices there areno significant differences between the two categories (Paired samples test, t = 1.20, p = 0.235), at the axis choices based on conservatism versus novelty aresignificant results for conservatism (Paired samples test / t = 6.95, p = 0.000 )and at the axis choices based on decisional independence versus dependenceare significant results for independence (Paired samples test, t = 5.59, p = 0.000).

Implication: Basically, this paper makes a clear radiography of the respondents' food choices and it may also provide through the questionnaire developed by us a starting point for developing new information, education and marketing strategies to promote the healthy food consumption.

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2022-08-29

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POPESCU-MITROI, I., & POPESCU-MITROI, M. M. (2022). Food choices of students with nutritional knowledge. Nutrición Clínica Y Dietética Hospitalaria, 42(3). https://doi.org/10.12873/423popescu

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