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子どもの生活習慣病の観点から見た学校給食における脂肪摂取量に関する研究


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Title: 子どもの生活習慣病の観点から見た学校給食における脂肪摂取量に関する研究
Other Titles: Study on the Fat Intake from School Lunch Services from the Perspective of Lifestyle-related Diseases in Children
Authors: 秋永, 優子 / 中村, 修 / 渡邊, 美穂 / 片渕, 結子 / 谷, 遼平 / 宮崎, 藍 / Akinaga, Yuko / Nakamura, Osamu / Watanabe, Miho / Katafuchi, Yuiko / Tani, Ryouhei / Miyazaki, Ai
Authors (alternative): Akinaga, Yuko / Nakamura, Osamu / Watanabe, Miho / Katafuchi, Yuiko / Tani, Ryouhei / Miyazaki, Ai
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2006
Citation: 長崎大学総合環境研究. 2006, 9(1), p. 63-68
Abstract: The issue of fat intake that is said to be a big cause of lifestyle-related diseases in children and the recommended fat intake to be served in school lunches for improved health were studied. The fact was confirmed that children suffering from lifestyle-related diseases are on the increase and that a rather high percentage of children have an excessive fat intake. The ratio of fat-derived energy was also proved to be high in many school lunch services. In consideration of the great influence of school lunch services on the health of children, the target ratio indication of fat-derived energy should be lowered to 25%-30%, or to 25%. It is necessary that the menu is made out to target toward 25% for the ratio of fat-derived energy.
Keywords: children / school lunch services / fat intake / lifestyle-related diseases
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/9765
ISSN: 13446258
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Volume 9, No. 1

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