J Korean Diet Assoc.  1999 Feb;5(1):21-28.

A Study on Beverage Consumption Pattern Associated with Food and Nutrient Intakes of College Students

Affiliations
  • 1Department of Food Science, The Graduate School of Health and Environmental Science, Catholic University of Taegu-Hyosung, Korea.
  • 2Department of Food and Nutrition, Taegu University, Korea.
  • 3Department of Food Science and Nutrition, Catholic University of Taegu-Hyosung, Kyungsan, Korea.

Abstract

This study was conducted to investigate beverage consumptions in relation to food intakes of Korean young people. One hundred thirty five college students(61 males and 74 females) living in Taegu, Kyung-buk and Taejon answered to questionnaires and recorded three day food intakes between May 20 and June 5, 1997. The preferred beverages were fruit juice, carbonated drink, dairy drink, sport beverage for male students, and fruit juice, dairy drink, sport beverage and carbonated drink for female students. Beverage taken most frequently was coffee for both. Frequent consumption of orange juice was associated with consumption of vegetables, meats, and fats and oils used for frying, and light cola seemed to be consumed with greasy dishes. Beverage consumption contributed to intakes of calcium and vitamin B2 more than other nutrients. 4.6% of total energy intake, 15.5% of calcium intake, 11.4% of vitamin B2 provided from beverages in female. Contributions of beverages to nutrient intakes were higher in female than in male students. Calcium intake was the lowest among nutrients for males, and intakes of iron and vitamin A were the lowest for females as compared to the recommended dietary allowances. Therefore it is necessary to guide college students to choose beverages for balanced intakes of necessary nutrients.

Keyword

beverage consumption; food intakes; nutrient intakes
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