[Nutrition mode evaluation among University of Agriculture students in Szczecin in 2006. Part I. Consumption of selected nutrients and nourishment state]

Teresa Seidler, Małgorzata Szczuko
Roczniki Państwowego Zakładu Higieny 2009, 60 (1): 59-64
The aim of the study was the evaluation of nutrients contents in daily food rations and state of nourishment of 126 students (111 women, 15 men) from Szczecin University of Agriculture. The supply of 24 nutrients was determined by 24-hours nutritional interview method. It was shown, that student's diets were characterised by inappropriate proportion of majority analyzed nutrients (women--17, men --10). The lowest intake concerned vitamin D, copper calcium and fiber (22 - 63.4% of RDA) and the biggest: sodium, phosphorus, vitamin A and B12 (143.6-481%). Body mass index has shown that the body weight of 66.6 - 69.8% of the examined students was in accordance with the norms.

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