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Risks of vegan diet
Knotek, Filip ; Chrpová, Diana (advisor) ; Pánek, Jan (referee)
Veganism, in the last few years more and more popular way of eating, is sometimes presented by non-academic articles as "the best" and without risks. However, compete omission of all animal products doesn't have to be as safe as it seems at first sight. The aim of this thesis is to find out what is the knowledge of vegans about the risks of fully vegan diet and also what are their eating habits to eliminate those risks. The theoretical part is mostly focused on risks related to deficiency of essential nutrients. The practical part was focused on research, that was made by anonymous quantitative survey method. The questionnaire was composed of sixteen questions oriented mostly towards knowledge of risks of vegan diet as well as towards eating habits of respondents. A total of 187 respondents met the criteria necessary to be included in the research. The results showed that 80,7 % of vegans know that there are some risks connected to vegan diet. Those respondents had quite good knowledge about the risks summarised in theoretical part of this thesis. Mostly they underestimated the risks of deficiency of omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin D and generally the risk of mineral's deficiency. The eating habits of most respondents often reflected their knowledge about the deficiencies in vegan diet - on average...
Risks and benefits of vegan diet
Brabcová, Eliška ; Chrpová, Diana (advisor) ; Pánek, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis explores the risks and benefits of a vegan diet. Its main aim is to determine whether vegans have an adequate knowledge of the topic and whether they are actively trying to prevent the risks connected to the diet. One of the author's aims was to obtain data that will serve as a basis for the subsequent development of educational material for their diploma thesis. The theoretical part presents the basic characteristics of a vegan diet and summarizes the current knowledge on the issue of macronutrients and selected micronutrients represented in the diet. It also presents the reader with the current state of knowledge in the use of vegan diets in the prevention of diabetes mellitus, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases. The empirical part was carried out using a quantitative questionnaire survey. The results suggest that respondents have insufficient knowledge of the risks and benefits of their diet, despite using validated and evidence-based information sources. The data also shows that although 51 % of the respondents regularly visit their doctor to be assisted with the prevention of the risks connected to their diet, only 15 % of them consulted their diet with a doctor or nutritional therapist beforehand. Supplementation of deficient micronutrients is also unsatisfactory. The...
Alternative diets and their risks
Macháčková, Richel ; Chrpová, Diana (advisor) ; Pánek, Jan (referee)
This Bachelor's thesis is discussing the issues of alternative diets and their associated risks. Its goal is to give an overview about the consumer's lifestyle and to assess their knowledge on the topic of alternative nutrition. The theoretical part of this thesis is dealing with specific types of alternative diets. These were chosen to be vegetarianism and its subtypes, macrobiotic diet and low-carbohydrate diet. Key associated risks are described and explained. The practical part of this thesis was based on a quantitative survey. The data showed that the majority of the participants has a negative or a sparing approach to smoking, alcohol and fast food consumption. However, physical activity engagement several times a week was observed with only 35 % of participants. The survey showed that low-carbohydrate diet, veganism and macrobiotic diet were the prevalent choices among the participants. Additionally, it was suggested that a great portion of the respondents does not realise the significance of a nutritional therapist. Only 4 % consulted their meal plan with a nutritional therapist. The data also revealed that the respondents do not have sufficient knowledge about the risks of some nutrients. Up to 65 % would recommend alternative diets to the children, adolescents, pregnant or breastfeeding...
Protection of religious freedom in criminal regulations of the Czech Republic and of selected countries of the European Union
Pánek, Jan ; Tretera, Jiří Rajmund (advisor) ; Horák, Záboj (referee)
Protection of religious freedom in criminal regulations of the Czech Republic and of selected countries of the European Union Abstract The author of this thesis discusses the issue of the protection of religious freedom in the criminal regulations of the Czech Republic and selected countries of the European Union, in particular the regulation pursuant to Act No. 40/2009 Coll., the Criminal Code, as amended, the Criminal Codes of selected countries examined in this work and other regulations that regulate relevant issues for this work, taking into account the case law of the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union. The thesis is divided into several parts. The first three parts discusses the concept of religious freedom in general, where the first part examines the very meaning of the term and the regulations of the highest legal force, i.e. at the constitutional level and at the level of international human rights treaties. The second part defines the concept at the individual level and offers a list of individual forms of expression of individual religious freedom within the Czech legislation. Part three, on the other hand, discusses the collective religious freedom, i.e. the functioning of religious societies within the Czech legislation. These three parts are to some...
Qualitative parameters of selected foods in the gluten-free diet
Jiříková, Eva ; Doležal, Marek (advisor) ; Pánek, Jan (referee)
The gluten contained in some cereals plays an important role in the quality of bakery products. However, it is also associated with a range of diseases which require a gluten-free diet. In the first part of the work there is a brief overview of the knowledge on the given topics. The aim of this work was to compare qualitative parameters of selected foods (long-life bakery products) for gluten-free diet. The work included 31 different long-life bakery products (biscuits, wafers, sponge biscuits, extruded products, cracker products) from various producers (including 8 gluten products). The information on the product labels indicates that the food is energy-rich (1640-2310 kJ). Carbohydrates accounted for the largest share of 2/3 of products (48.3-77.8%), of which sugars accounted for more than 10% of the energy value. The remaining 1/3 of the products were rich in fats (49.2-66.8%). The energy content of protein was low (<13%) in all products. After extraction of fat and conversion of fatty acids to methyl esters, the fatty acid composition was determined by gas chromatography (GC-FID). Predominantly represented were monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) with 16.1-83.6%, and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), with 0,6-25,4%. Three samples exceeded, in 100 g of product, the saturated fatty acid intake (SFA)...
The importance of marketing communications for a company
Pánek, Jan ; Pokorný, Jan (advisor) ; Charvátová, Dagmar (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the marketing communication of selected political parties and movements, which participated in the election to the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic in 2017. The thesis provides a comprehensive approach to the use of marketing communication tools of political parties and movements during election campaigns. The thesis contains a definition of marketing itself on a general level to classify marketing communication within the field and to understand the context. Subsequently it is focused on marketing communication tools, which voters had chance to see and through which the parties tried to get voters to their sides. The important aspect of composing communication tools of the election campaign is the financing, as political parties and movements have to respect legal restrictions on the political parties funding and election campaigns. These restrictions were firstly applied in the election to the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic in 2017. The thesis describes basic limits as well as the administrative office exercising the supervision in this area. Subsequently this thesis provides summary of all marketing communication tools along with the evaluation of strengths and weaknesses of each political party or movement....
AC Sparta Prague futsal marketing mix and proposals for the improvement
Pánek, Jan ; Štědroň, Bohumír (advisor) ; Pecinová, Markéta (referee)
Title: AC Sparta Praha futsal marketing mix and proposals for the improvement Objectives: The main objective of this bachelor work was to examine a marketing mix of AC Sparta Prague futsal club and based on the acquired information propose measures which will lead to the improvement of the current situation as well as the bigger public interest. Methods: In the theoretical part was an analysis of documents applied. A structured interview with open questions was used to acquire basic information about the club, the current marketing mix and the information needed for the executed analyses. Based on the observation of "A" team matches, the case study and the study of documents the survey of club environment conditions was conducted. PEST analysis and the analysis of sources were used for club environment analysis. SWOT analysis was created to sum up all found out information. Results: Results have displayed unprofitable functioning of AC Sparta Prague futsal club and deficiencies in the marketing mix, primarily in a club merchandising, accompanying program and promotion. Keywords: futsal, interview, sports marketing, SWOT analysis
Regional analysis of circulatory disease mortality in the Czech Republic, Italy and Sweden from the 1980's to the present
Pánek, Jan ; Burcin, Boris (advisor) ; Hulíková Tesárková, Klára (referee)
Diseases of the circulatory system have long been the most frequent cause of death in the developed world. The aim of this study is to describe and analyze the evolution of mortality from selected diseases of the circulatory system in the Czech Republic, Italy and Sweden from the 1980th to the present with the emphasis on the regional aspects. Its main part consists of analysis of regional differentiation, including international comparisons. Mortality from ischemic heart disease, cerebral vascular disease and atherosclerosis decreased during the reporting period, while mortality from hypertensive diseases increased. Despite the gradual convergence, mortality rates remain distinctly different in selected countries.

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