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Relationship between metabolic syndrome and intake of ultraprocessed foods in Korean adults: based on 6th and 7th Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (2013–2018)

Kim C, Na W, Choi S, Hwang SH, Sohn C

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Metabolic syndrome is closely associated with lifestyle factors, including diet and nutritional intake. Modern trends show a shift in food consumption from healthy home-cooked meals to processed and instant...
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Preference and perception of low-sodium burger

Choi SG, Yim SG, Nam SM, Hong WS

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Various sodium reduction policies have been implemented. However, there are limitations in the aspect of actual field applicability and efficiency. For effective sodium reduction, cooperation with the field is required...
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Fast Food Intake Frequency and Health Practices

Hong SH

Background: The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of fast food awareness, dietary behaviors, and health practices according to the fast food intake frequency in Korean adults. Methods:...
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Breakfast Intake Effect on the Association between Fast-Food Consumption and the Risk of Obesity and Dyslipidemia in Korean Adults Aged 20–39 Years Based on the Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey IV 2013–2014

Yoon SR, Fogleman S, Kim H, Lee KE, Kim OY

We investigated the association between fast-food (FF) consumptions and the risk of overweight/obesity and dyslipidemia in Korean adults (20–39 years) based on the Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey...
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Association Between the Frequency of Eating Non-home-prepared Meals and Women Infertility in the United States

Lee S, Min Jy, Kim HJ, Min Kb

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine whether eating non-home-prepared meals (NHPM), including fast food, ready-to-eat foods, and frozen foods, was associated with self-reported infertility in the United...
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One Menu Please: Parents Want Affordable, Right-sized Portions for Their Children in Restaurants

Lee-Kwan S, Park S, Maynard L, Blanck HM

One contributing factor to the obesity epidemic is the large portion sizes served in restaurants. However, no study has looked at the parents' desire for smaller-portioned meals for their children...
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Factors Affecting Underweight and Obesity Among Elementary School Children in South Korea

Lee G, Ham OK

PURPOSE: The purpose of the study was to determine factors associated with underweight and obesity in elementary school children in Korea. METHODS: Study participants included 4,895 children attending 59 elementary schools...
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Analysis of Na and Cl Contents in Children's Favorite Foods

Lee O, Chung Y, Moon J

The Na, component of salt, can increase the risk of high blood pressure and hypertension. Especially, children are exposed to an increased risk of high sodium intake, because they often...
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Folate Content of Fast Foods and Processed Foods

Ji HJ, Kim S, Yon M, Hyun T

A trienzyme extraction method (use of alpha-amylase, protease and folate conjugase) for food folate assay has been used to release folate from the food matrix. In order to reduce the...
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Korean adolescents' perceptions of nutrition and health towards fast foods in Busan area

Yoon JY, Lyu ES, Lee KA

  • KMID: 2313367
  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2008 Sep;2(3):171-177.
Adolescents in Busan area were asked in a survey about their perception and attitudes towards fast food. Most respondents answered that they consume fast food once a month because it...
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A Study on Lifestyles, Dietary Habits, Nutrition Knowledge and Dietary behaviors of Male University Students According to Residence Type

Hwang JH, Lee HM

  • KMID: 2301091
  • Korean J Community Nutr.
  • 2007 Aug;12(4):381-395.
For the purposes of participation in research projects, living in a laboratory has become popular among male university students who tend to have less opportunity for nutrition education and overestimate...
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