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Do types of snacks, sleep hours, and eating places affect nutritional intakes and its adequacy in adolescents?

Kim S, Kim J, Chang H

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: High-quality meal intake, including snacks, is necessary for optimal development during adolescence. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the nutritional intake of adolescents and the quality of...
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Recognition of Nutritional Labeling and Intake Status of Processed Foods and Snacks among High School Students in Incheon

Lee DB, Kim MH, Choi MK

This study sought to analyze the need for nutritional education to enhance the selection of desirable foods by adolescents. A total of 480 high school students in Incheon were surveyed...
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Changes in the glucose and insulin responses according to high-protein snacks for diabetic patients

Yang J, Park HJ, Hwang W, Kim TH, Kim H, Oh J, Cho MS

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to develop healthy, appetizing high-protein snacks with enhanced isolated soy protein for diabetic patients and determine the blood glucose and insulin response after being consumed by...
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Study on the snack meal management for infants and toddlers and the demand for snack products according to the sustainable dietary style of mothers in Jeonbuk area

Lee JE, Rho JO

PURPOSE: The purpose of the study was to examine the snack meal management for infants and toddlers and the demand for snack products according to mothers' sustainable dietary style in...
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Development and Pilot Testing of the Snackability Smartphone Application to Identify Healthy and Unhealthy Snacks

Prapkree L, Sadjadi M, Huffman F, Palacios C

OBJECTIVES: Snacks contribute to the diet quality in youth, which is often poor. Although the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has guidelines for healthy snacks, this is lost in translation...
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Relationship among Life Stress, Dietary Behaviors and High-fat Snack Intake in High School Students in Gyeonggi Area

Doo S, Lee Y, Park H, Song K

OBJECTIVES: Stress during adolescence is related to undesirable nutritional intake and negatively affects the growth and development. This study was performed to investigate the relationship among life stress, dietary behaviors...
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A Study of Oral Health Status and Oral Health Promotion Activities according to the Snack Intake Frequency Change of Some Soldiers Compare to before and after Military Service

Cho MJ, Park YM

The purpose of this study was to find the attitude change for snack by military soldiers before and after entering military service. To investigate oral health status and improving activities,...
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Perceptions and Use of Premium Snacks and Associated Factors in School Aged Children and Their Mothers in Kyung-Ki Area

Yang HY, Lee HS, Chung J

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to examine the perceptions and use of premium snacks (PS) in school aged children. In addition, the influence of their mothers attitude toward...
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Nutrition Recommendations for Special Diabetic Situations

Sim EY

Diabetic patients encounter a number of difficulties in blood glucose control for special situations such as illness, travel, eating away from home and physical activity. These patients should be provided...
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Effects of Occasional Mid-Morning Snacks on Dietary Behaviors and School Life in Elementary School Students

Park EJ, Kim Y, Lim Y

The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of occasional mid-morning snacks (MMS) on dietary behaviors and school life among elementary students. The students, mothers, and teachers from...
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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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A Survey on Added Sugar Intakes from Snacks and Participation Behaviors of Special Event Days Sharing Sweet Foods among Adolescents in Korea

Kim HJ, Kim SH

This study was performed to investigate added sugar intakes from processed food-snacks and participation behaviors of special event days sharing sweet foods among adolescents in Korea. Questionnaire survey (n =...
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The Daily Intakes of Nutrients and Snacks of High School Smokers and Non-Smokers

Song YM, Han JI, Kim SA

  • KMID: 2238768
  • Korean J Community Nutr.
  • 2008 Aug;13(4):476-488.
This study investigates the relationship of smoking on daily intake of nutrients and snacks in the Chungnam and Daejeon high school students. Up to date scientific nutrition education and counseling...
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Recognition and Buying Practices of Street-vended Foods among College Students

Kim KN, Woo JI, Choi MH, Han HM

  • KMID: 2332032
  • J Korean Diet Assoc.
  • 2003 Aug;9(3):268-277.
The purpose of this study was to investigate recognition and buying practices of street-vended foods among college students in Chungbuk Area. A general dietary practices including snacks, related factors of...
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