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Junk Food Consumption, Perceptions and Associated Factors among the junk food research articles Private School Children Bentham Science
Junk Food Consumption, Perceptions and Associated Factors among the junk food research articles Private School Children Bentham Science
Background: Burns are defined as injuries resulting from exposure to thermal radiation, electrical or chemical exposure of the skin or organic tissues. It has high mortality and morbidity in low and middle-income countries. Results: Results obtained in our experimental conditions showed that PE in vitro was able to induce HO-1 and to reduce cellular damage and oxidative stress through an increase of GSH levels. Moreover, PE was able to decrease the pro-inflammatory marker IL-8 levels and activate TIGAR pathway. The results obtained in vivo, in agreement with the data obtained in vitro, highlighted the ability of PE to reduce intestinal inflammation, preserve the colon length and histological features and reduce IL-6 levels compared to the DSS treated group. Objective/Methods: The objective of this study is to evaluate the present knowledge principles of nutritional therapy for pediatric burns from the dietician's perspective, taking into account the epidemiology and physiology of the burn. The purpose of burn treatment is to provide survival and tissue repair and to increase immunity. Therefore, besides fluid electrolyte replacement and surgical interventions, nutritional therapy is quite important. Nutrition principles should aim to reduce inflammation and meet hypermetabolic needs.
Keywords: Junk food , perception , fast food , nutrition , taste , children. Abstract: Background: Urbanization and recent development in the food industries have led to a notable increase in junk food production, making them readily available, accessible and affordable. The main problem with junk foods is that they are low in satiation value. People do not tend to feel as full when they eat them, which can lead to overeating. Junk food tends to replace other, more nutritious foods. It is considered as one of the prominent causes of the pandemic of obesity. Shiva R. Acharya*, Sandip Pahari, Deog H. Moon and Yong C. Shin, “Junk Food Consumption, Perceptions and Associated Factors among the Private School Children”, Current Nutrition & Food Science 2021; 17 . Rights & Permissions Print Export Cite as Conclusion: Evaluating the nutritional status of children and meeting macro and micronutrient needs accelerate wound healing, shorten hospital stay, and reduce mortality. Author: Shiva R. Acharya* Graduate School of Public Health, Busan Medical Campus, Inje University, Gimhae, South Korea Sandip Pahari School of Health and Allied Sciences, Pokhara University, Pokhara, Nepal Deog H. Moon Graduate School of Public Health, Busan Medical Campus, Inje University, Gimhae, South Korea Yong C. Shin Department of Occupational Health & Safety, Inje University, Gimhae, South Korea Affiliation: Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted among 220 students of 12 different private schools of grades 4-9 in Pokhara, Nepal. Systematic random sampling was done to collect samples. Data were collected by a self-administered questionnaire. Chi-square test was used to find out the associated factors with junk food consumption. Conclusion: Experimental results demonstrated that it is possible to strictly relate, through the PCA, olive oils to their geographical and botanical provenance, thus becoming a useful tool for evaluating product authenticity and guaranteeing it to the consumers. Methods: Caco-2 cells exposed to LPS and DSS induced colitis were chosen as convenient experimental models of intestinal inflammation. Aim: The manuscript aims to summarize potential herbal molecules having significant activity against breast cancer. Methods: A total of eighteen Sicilian and Calabrian olive oil samples were analyzed through gas chromatography . Background: Urbanization and recent development in the food industries have led to a notable increase in junk food production, making them readily available, accessible and affordable. The main problem with junk foods is that they are low in satiation value. People do not tend to feel as full when they eat them, which can lead to overeating. Junk food tends to replace other, more nutritious foods. It is considered as one of the prominent causes of the pandemic of obesity. Background: Pomegranate is a fruit rich in bioactive compounds such as punicalagins, gallic acid, and ellagic acid derivatives. It has been widely used since ancient times in traditional medicine for a wide variety of diseases. It has been reported that bioactive compounds, such as polyphenols, are able to induce the expression of cytoprotective enzymes, including HO-1. The contribution of HO-1 activity to the prevention of intestinal inflammation has been shown in different models of Inflammatory bowel diseases . Background and Objectives: In this article, a comprehensive study was carried out for Sicilian and Calabrian olive oils authenticity evaluation through chemometric analyses, correlating botanical and geographical origins with the samples' chemical composition. Conclusion: PE, rich in bioactive compounds, could contribute, as a supportive therapy, to enhance the effects of the conventional therapeutic strategies on the management of IBD. Title: Junk Food Consumption, Perceptions and Associated Factors among the Private School Children Background: Along with the shift in consumption patterns of carbohydrate staple foods in Indonesia, many communities are abandoning local traditional foods such as tubers and sago and turning to white rice. Objective: The study aims to find out the perception and factors influencing junk food consumption among private school children of Pokhara Valley, Nepal. Journal Name: Current Nutrition & Food Science Results: Though the majority of the students stated, junk food was unhealthy but were predominantly lured by its taste. junk food research articles Taste , lack of time , advertisement and changing lifestyle were the major influencing factors for junk food consumption. Half of the students were unaware of the nutritive value, food quality, ingredients, preservatives used and negative consequences on health. Grade of the students and gender were found to be associated with the average frequency of junk food use per week and junk food consumption pattern, respectively. The data shows the average consumption of junk food increases as the students grew from smaller grades to higher ones . Conclusion: After the literature survey, it was also concluded that herbal molecules have significant potential to control the growth of breast cancer. Results: Though the majority of the students stated, junk food was unhealthy but were predominantly lured by its taste. Taste , lack of time , advertisement and changing lifestyle were the major influencing factors for junk food consumption. Half of the students were unaware of the nutritive value, food quality, ingredients, preservatives used and negative consequences on health. Grade of the students and gender were found to be associated with the average frequency of junk food use per week and junk food consumption pattern, respectively. The data shows the average consumption of junk food increases as the students grew from smaller grades to higher ones . Methods: The subjects involved in this study were 108 Universitas Gadjah Mada students representing various regions and tribes in Indonesia. The proportion of each part of Indonesia was determined by the proportionate stratified random sampling technique, while the research subjects were selected by purposive sampling. Subjects were interviewed using the semi-quantitative food frequency questionnaire . Data on knowledge factors related to nutrition and perceptions were obtained using a separate questionnaire. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted among 220 students of 12 different private schools of grades 4-9 in Pokhara, Nepal. Systematic random sampling was done to collect samples. Data were collected by a self-administered questionnaire. Chi-square test was used to find out the associated factors with junk food consumption. Author: Shiva R. Acharya*, Sandip Pahari, Deog H. Moon and Yong C. Shin Results: In the clinical practice of children suffering from burns, daily energy need is calculated by adding the recommended energy expenditure to the burn percentage, but the most accurate method is the use of indirect calorimetry. Protein requirement is around 1.5-3.0 g/kg/day. Carbohydrate intake should be 55-60% of total energy intake, while lipids should be less than 30%. Vitamin supplements in the form of a multivitamin are recommended in addition to vitamin A, vitamin C, and Zinc. In cases where oral intake is insufficient, enteral nutrition should be applied as soon as possible. When enteral feeding is contraindicated, parenteral nutrition is preferred. Conclusion: There is a high dependency on white rice among young adults in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The culture and place of origin have an important role in shaping the pattern of carbohydrate consumption. Strategic interventions are needed to increase youth food diversification. Affiliation: Graduate School of Public Health, Busan Medical Campus, Inje University, Gimhae, School of Health and Allied Sciences, Pokhara University, Pokhara, Graduate School of Public Health, Busan Medical Campus, Inje University, Gimhae, Department of Occupational Health & Safety, Inje University, Gimhae Background: Since last decades, breast cancer has emerged as one of the most aggressive forms of cancer which causes the highest mortality rates. The synthetic drugs that are available for the treatment of breast cancer either have high toxicity or becoming resistant. Given this, researchers are constantly in search of natural drugs that can control aggressive breast cancer and at the same time possess less toxicity. Junk Food Consumption, Perceptions and Associated Factors among the junk food research articles Private School Children Bentham ScienceJunk Food Consumption, Perceptions and Associated Factors among the junk food research articles Private School Children Bentham Science Methods: Extensive literature survey was carried out to compile data obtained from primary and secondary information sources. Google Scholar, Science Direct, Bentham Science, Springer, PubMed, etc. were used as the source of data. Results: In the present review, an attempt has been made to summarize herbal molecules that have shown promising results against breast cancer either in preliminary studies or in clinical studies. Herbal molecules gain good attention among the scientific community for their therapeutic properties against breast cancer. Objective: Aim of the present research was to investigate the molecular mechanisms involved in the beneficial effects of a pomegranate extract , rich in bioactive compounds in intestinal inflammation. Objective: The study aims to find out the perception and factors influencing junk food consumption among private school children of Pokhara Valley, Nepal. Conclusion: Junk food consumption was notably high due to various enabling factors such as addictive taste, changing lifestyle, propagandist advertising and instant availability. Grade and gender of the students were the predictors of over-consuming junk foods. Objective: Considering the rise of modern living patterns that are loved by teenagers and young adults, the researchers aimed to identify the basic food consumption patterns of adolescents and young people in Indonesia and the factors that influence them. Keywords: Junk food , perception , fast food , nutrition , taste , children. Results: The most consumed staple carbohydrate foods are cereals, especially white rice , tubers , noodles, pasta and bread and sago . Several factors that influence the consumption pattern significantly are sex, place of origin, and nutritional status. Conclusion: Junk food consumption was notably high due to various enabling factors such as addictive taste, changing lifestyle, propagandist advertising and instant availability. junk food news article