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中学生を対象とした生活習慣病を予防する食育の実施による成果と課題


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Title: 中学生を対象とした生活習慣病を予防する食育の実施による成果と課題
Other Titles: The results, and Found Issues of Dietary Education Program for Preventing Lifestyle-related Disease with Junior High School Students
Authors: 本田, 藍 / 斎藤, 陽子 / 深見, 聡 / 中村, 修
Authors (alternative): Honda, Ai / Saito, Yoko / Fukami, Satoshi / Nakamura, Osamu
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2016
Publisher: 長崎大学環境科学部 環境教育研究マネジメントセンター
Citation: 地域環境研究 : 環境教育研究マネジメントセンター年報, 8, pp.45-52; 2016
Abstract: In December, 2015, we conducted 2-hour dietary education class at “junior high school A” in “A-town” in Kumamoto prefecture, with 147 students in 4 classes, for preventing lifestyle-related disease and improving dietary habit. The program was designed for students to learn dietary habit management skill with 4 main objectives; “eating 5 dishes of vegetables each day”, “reducing salt amount and enjoy the original taste of each food”, “reducing taking sweet beverages or snacks (less than 200kcal)”, “mainly eating rice, miso-soup, seasoned boiled vegetables, grilled fish”. According to the survey with questionnaire conducted before and after the class, the program increased awareness with dietary habit among those junior high school students, and we found improvements in the preference of food, dietary habit, the amount of vegetable to take, and overall condition of the health. We will continue to make effort in order to grasp the long-term effects of this dietary education class.
Keywords: The Lifestyle Diseases Prevention / Junior High School Students / Dietary Education
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/36540
ISSN: 21895856
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
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Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/36540

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