What do college students eat? Food selection and meal pattern

@inproceedings{Huang1994WhatDC,
  title={What do college students eat? Food selection and meal pattern},
  author={Ya-Li Huang and Won Oh Song and Rachel Schemmel and Sharon M. Hoerr},
  year={1994}
}
Abstract Data are limited on food selections of young adults. This study was undertaken to examine the eating practices of college students relevant to improving nutrition and health education programs. Dietary records (n=1912) were used to determine the frequency of meals skipped and specific foods selected by male and female students in different seasons between Fall 1990 and Summer 1991. Twenty-two percent, 8%, and 5% of the students skipped breakfast, lunch, and dinner, respectively; 80% of… CONTINUE READING

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