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International Journal of Home Science

2016, VOL. 2 ISSUE 2, PART A

A comparative study on the consumption pattern of fast food among adolescent girls and boys of Sultanpur

Author(s): Namrata, Kiran Agrahari, Dr. Mamta Jaiswal, Archana Singh
Abstract:
The main objective of this study was to examine that to find the consumption pattern and comparison the intake of fast food among the adolescent girls and boys. In this study 100(%) of boys and girls consume fast food. 84(%) boys eaten fast food daily that compare to 80(%) girls eaten fast food daily. 80(%) boys eaten fast food more than it in a week and 14(%) boys eaten fast food 1 day in a week and 26(%) boys eaten fast food 2 day in a week that compare to 64(%) girls eaten fast food more than it in a week and 16(%) girls eaten fast food 2 day in a week. 80(%) boys like cold drink and minimum majority of 8(%) boys like soft drink and 12(%) like tea/coffee. Whereas 62(%) girls like cold drink and minimum majority of 8(%) girls like soft drink and 28(%) like tea/coffee. 76(%) boys eaten fast food daily and 24(%) boys eaten fast food occasionally. Whereas 72(%) girls eaten fast food daily and 28(%) girls eaten fast food occasionally. 64(%) boys aware about nutritional information and ingredients and 26(%) boys not aware. Whereas 60(%) girls aware about nutritional information and ingredients and 40(%) girls not aware about nutritional information and ingredients. 80 (%) boys think that fast food is the main cause of obesity and 20(%) boys were not that compare to 86 (%) girls think that fast food is the main cause of obesity and 14(%) girls were not.
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How to cite this article:
Namrata, Kiran Agrahari, Dr. Mamta Jaiswal, Archana Singh. A comparative study on the consumption pattern of fast food among adolescent girls and boys of Sultanpur. Int J Home Sci 2016;2(2):07-16.
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