Analysis of the relationship between food habits and health students

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Podrigalo, Leonid; Krzysztof, Prusik; S.A., Pashkevich (2012): Analysis of the relationship between food habits and health students. figshare.
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ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FOOD HABITS AND HEALTH STUDENTS

Authors Podrigalo L.V.
l.podrigalo@mail.ru
Kharkov National Pedagogical University
Artema str. 29, Kharkov, 61002, Ukraine

Pashkevich S.A.
l.podrigalo@mail.ru
Kharkov National Pedagogical University
Artema str. 29, Kharkov, 61002, Ukraine

Prusik Krzysztof.
prusik@hot.pl
Academy of Physical Education and Sports
ul. Wiejska 1, 80-336 Gdansk, Poland
Abstract The article analyzes nutrition of students, based on the assessment of frequency of consumption of basic food products. The study involved 50 students aged 21-22 years. Set that the nutrition of the majority of students is irrational, in the daily life of young people there is a number of risk factors associated with inadequate intake of healthy food products. Have far-reaching enough food habits due to the consumption of so-called "food waste". The analysis of the correlation relationship between nutrition, mental performance and lifestyle factors, confirmed that a violation of the rules of a healthy diet affects the performance efficiency, increases the likelihood of bad habits. Slow food culture, lack of knowledge of young people on healthy food cause the need for appropriate health education.
Key words students; feed; health; intercommunications;
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First page 83
Last page 87
Volume 6
Year 2012
doi: 10.6084/m9.figshare.96574
Title of Journal Fiziceskoe vospitanie studentov=Physical Education of Students
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