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ENG201 Assignment No 02
Question No 02
The students are knowledgeable that consuming fast food, soda and processed food are unhealthy and they contain additives. They indicated strong agreement to keep them hydrated and choosing food because of taste preference. Even though majority admitted eating fresh fruits, a significant number consume number consume processed foods such as chips, cookies and cereal based on convenience. Smartphone resources, vending machine use, and drinking soda were their least frequently used habits.
It is inevitable that University students face a new environment for meal preparation, planning, and eating as they transition to their university life. Even though many university-aged students are aware of the importance of meeting nutritional values, their knowledge and attitude might hinder them from changing their behavior. Many other factors come into play in their decision making, however, the university’ knowledge on nutrition does not always lead to healthy food choices. Stockton and Baker discovered university students do understand that consuming fast foods can lead to disease; however, their knowledge was not a factor that influenced their food choices.
Interestingly, Stockton and Baker found that university students did not think the harm from fast foods was related to calories but rather harmful chemicals and additives. The main concern the students had was not the number of calories they were taking, but the additives to their food. Also the male university students consume more fast food than female university students. Students thought that hamburgers were not harmful to their health.
Various poor eating habits have been noted among college groups in many recent studies. University students tended to select food according to convenience, taste, time, and price rather than their nutritional values. Many college students tended to choose quick and tasty options which were usually available through vending machines.
Students have a fair knowledge of nutritional requirements for health; however, food choices they make are not necessarily healthy. Convenience and taste of food were priority.