In addition to the fact that fast foods contain a glycemic load and are generally served in excessive portions 6additional risks to fast-food consumption include adverse dietary factors related to obesity; relatively high intake of calories, fat, saturated fat, and sugar-sweetened drinks; relatively high body mass index BMI ; less successful weight-loss maintenance 27 ; decreased insulin sensitivity 11 ; and increased risk of diabetes 5 owing to poor concentration of micronutrients.
Several factors were significantly associated with past-week fast food intake among South-Asian American adults Table 2. Content analysis and thematic analysis: Am J Public Health preferences: Many aspects of fast food are of of total food spending 2. Fast food consumption and breakfast skipping: Our study has several limitations.
Accessed July 18, Details on CHIS methods can be found elsewhere 8. Europe, by contrast, had no such industrial miracle. Mahnaz Solhi and Ali Montazeri supervised the study.
Although Seo et al. Fast food consumption in Iranian adults; dietary intake and cardiovascular risk factors: This paper is the outcome of a PhD thesis and research project approved and supported by the Iran University of Medical Sciences.
A comparison of lifestyle and behavioral cardiovascular disease risk factors between Asian Indian and White non-Hispanic men. At a minimum, education alone about children 24— Fast food consumption was evaluated by using CHIS-reported number of times respondent consumed fast food in the past week.
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However, none of the interaction provide those healthier food options at a lower price along terms signiicantly contributed to the model. The metabolic syndrome and dyslipidemia among Asian Indians: It seems that perceptions regarding the definition of fast food are influenced by gender, socio-cultural factors and the media.
Obesity Silver Spring ;17 6: Adjusted survey-weighted negative binomial regression analysis further demonstrated that third or more generation South-Asian Americans had a past-week fast food consumption rate 2.
Pricing effects on food choices. This observation is consistent with the results of our study, because we found that social factors can both negatively and positively affect fast-food consumption. Most participants said that they eat fast food because it is a type of food that is globally popular: The consumption of fast food was like a habit for some of the participants: Additional studies providing insight into this association are necessary, in particular, questionnaires in South-Asian languages, longitudinal studies, and studies addressing generational differences in cardiovascular disease outcomes.
But once you start delving in the data, the picture does indeed get a little weird: Further research should be conducted to elucidate through higher taxes. For instance, the need to conform to friends and the tendency to attend public places such as restaurants promote fast-food consumption, whereas negative reports and experiences of friends and family members were reported as the inhibiting factors.
South African J Clin Nutr. Despite such limitations, our study contributes to the limited body of literature on South-Asian Americans. The major findings of this study in terms of the factors inhibiting the consumption of fast food among adolescents are described as follows.
CHIS is a biennial population-based survey that uses a random-digit—dial sample, including both landline and cellular telephone numbers. Ann Epidemiol ;21 8: Accessed July 20, Increasing age was negatively associated with fast food intake, which is consistent with studies among other ethnic populations 10,11further showing the need for health education measures addressing healthy diet for younger South-Asian American populations.
To date, however, evaluation of generational differences in fast food intake among South-Asian Americans is lacking. Addressing fast food intake in adults in this population is critical, because such dietary practices have been significantly associated with.
Jun 15, · Approximately 80% of Michigan adults went to fast-food restaurants at least once per month and 28% went regularly (≥2 times/wk). Regular fast-food consumption was higher among younger adults (mostly men) but was not significantly associated with household income, education, race, or urbanicity (in a multivariate framework).
Purpose – Past research showed that overly positive attitudes and intentions towards fast food contribute to obesity. In the face of rising childhood obesity, the purpose of this paper is to explore attitudinal and behavioral reasons behind adolescents' suboptimal food choices.
It tests hypotheses about differences between teenagers and adults in customer attitudes and intentions regarding. Relationship of Attitudes Toward Fast Food and Frequency of Fast-food Intake in Adults Jayna M.
Dave1, Lawrence C. An1, Robert W. Jeffery2 and Jasjit S. Ahluwalia1 The purpose of the study was to examine the association between attitudes toward fast food and the frequency of fast-food intake in adults. This shows that children have an opportunity to make food choices, thus with good nutrition knowledge and positive attitudes, there exists an opportunity to make healthier choices.
Relationship of Attitudes Toward Fast Food and Frequency of Fast-food Intake in Adults Jayna M. Dave1, Lawrence C. An1, Robert W. Jeffery2 and Jasjit S. Ahluwalia1 The purpose of the study was to examine the association between attitudes toward fast food and the frequency of fast-food intake in adults.Relationship of attitudes toward fast food