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Eating habits of addressed university students focusing on alternative nutrition
Fialová, Kateřina ; Váchová, Alena (advisor) ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (referee)
TITLE: Eating habits of addressed university students focusing on alternative nutrition AUTHOR: Kateřina Fialová DEPARTMENT: Department of Education SUPERVISOR: Ing. Bc. Alena Váchová, Ph.D. ABSTRACT: This bachelor thesis is focused on alternative nutrition. The aim of the theoretical part is to acquaint readers with general nutritional recommendations and alternative diets that may carry various risks. The practical part focuses on the eating habits of university students (energy intake, regularity of meals, drinking regime), their subjective satisfaction with eating habits and how many of them eat alternatively. The necessary data for the survey was collected using an anonymous online questionnaire. The obtained data are displayed in graphs or tables and a part of the thesis is devoted to their analysis. 100 university students participated in the survey. Most of the questions related to all students without distinction as to their diet, and some concerned only students who eat alternatively. The results of the practical part showed that 24 respondents (25 %) are completely satisfied with their daily energy intake. 41 students (42 %) pay attention to eating habits. It turned out that 51 students (51 %) daily drink 1-2 liters of beverages. The survey also showed that 22 respondents (22 %) are eating...
The impact of nutrition on the growth and development of children
Mádrová, Gabriela ; Szitanyi, Peter (advisor) ; Cabrnochová, Hana (referee)
This thesis deals with an influence of nutrition on growth and development of children. Theoretical part is dealing in details about nutrition facts from an early childhood to adolescence. Practical part of the thesis deals with questionare-research, performed at Prague elementary schools and high school. Number of probands was 192. The total number of girls was 107, 88 girls from elementary schools and 19 from high school. The total number of boys was 85, 58 boys from elementary schools and 27 from high school. Age spectrum was between 10 and 18 years. Questionaire was focused on basic eating habits, which play an important role in presence of overweight and obesity in childhood. At the same time, we evaluated anthropometric parameters - body weight, height and BMI. Keywords: pediatric nutrition, principles of healthy nutrition, alternative nutrition, eating disorders
Alternative eating habbits and their perception by people aged 18-27
Mokrejšová, Andrea ; Pejšová, Hana (advisor) ; Chytilová, Eva (referee)
1 Abstract: This Bachelor's thesis is focused on problems of alternative nutrition and their knowledge and perception by young people in Czech republic. The Bachelor's thesis is divided into two parts; theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part the most popular alternative eating ways are analyzed. By a search was made text about general characteristic of alternative diets and about healthy benefits and risks resulting from their compliance. In this part is the characteristic of young people group by psychosocial view. There are included the discussion about reasons why they can decide to compliance alternative nutrition and their general attitude to nutrition and healthy lifestyle. The practical part tries to explain the context between nutrition and health for respondents and their knowledge about alternative dietology and their general relationship to alternative nutrition. These facts were evaluated by anonymous questionnare. We can see that the majority part of respondents doesn't observe principals of alternative dietology but they have knowledge about it. Their perception is positive and some of respondents regulate their food. The absolute majority of respondents doesn't percept the strict observe better for their body health than racional nutrition. The main goal of this Bachelor's thesis...
New Trends in Gastronomic Services
Zelenková, Simona ; Kvítková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Netková, Jarmila (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on healthy eating and alternative dietary lifestyles in catering establishments. The aim of the thesis is to analyse the market in terms of offering alternative food services in the centre of the capital city of Prague and as well in terms of consumer demand for these services. The theoretical part contains characteristics of used terms, describes eating as a process of ensuring nutrition and especially basic and some specialized streams of alternative dietary lifestyles. The research itself is divided into two parts. The first section is devoted to the analysis of the supply of catering services in the centre of Prague with a focus on alternative dietary lifestyles. The second section of the practical part deals with the consumer demand for these services, which has been identified through a questionnaire.
Vegetarianism and pregnancy
Šimončičová, Renáta ; Krejčí, Hana (advisor) ; Pejšová, Hana (referee)
Introduction: Master's thesis is focused on the problems facing vegetarianism during pregnancy. Further study is focused particularly on the exploration of pregnant vegetarian's dietary habits. Object: The theoretical part's target is to familiarise readers with vegetarianism and pregnant vegetarian's diet. The practical part is focused on pregnant vegetarian's dietary habits, finding if those women are drawn to alternatives relating to decisions regarding their own bodies and if they will follow a vegetarian diet with their children. Methods: The survey was conducted through an anonymous online questionnaire. The data obtained is represented in graphs and tables. One part of the work is devoted to the analysis of the data. Results: The theoretical part shows that compilation of a properly assembled vegetarian diet during pregnancy requires enough relevant information. The survey shows that the majority of respondents eat mostly varied food according to the principles of healthy nutrition with respect to vegetarianism. The greater part of the respondents tend to alternatives in relation to decisions about their own bodies. Absolute majority of respondents stated they are not going to lead or are not leading their children to vegetarianism. Conclusion: Proper preparation of meatless diet requires...
The level of knowledge on the issue of nutrition of students in the 2nd grade of elementary school in relation to their daily diet.
This bachelor thesis: The level of knowledge pertaining to the issue of the nutrition of second grade elementary students in relation to their everyday diet is theoretically defined in the introductory section, defining nutrition related terms. Individual chapters then go on to define the basic aspects and the relevance of good nutrition for the health of young children and young adults. Daily recommended amount, nutrition plans, alternative eating regimes and various nutritional mistakes are all discussed, particularly in the context of abnormal weight gain and other illnesses. The issue of educating young people about correct nutrition is also tackled. The practical component of the thesis describes the results of quantitative research carried out via questionnaire form. The aim of the questionnaire was to find out what relationship young children have towards their nutrition and test their knowledge on the subject. The research sample was aimed at children of 9th grade of elementary school, aged 14-16 in the Znojmo area.
Alternative directions in nutrition
The society is led to a healthy lifestyle. Currently, it is highly trendy. A balanced diet is emphasized everywhere and every time. It is also strongly promoted by media the Internet, TV, printed publications and leaflets. Supporters of the alternative nutrition make an effort to push the healthy lifestyle ahead, all across the society.This thesis aims at mapping nutrition customs and practices, as well as the lifestyle of the alternative nutrition supporters and users. Our research has been focusing on the following research questions to be answered: 1. What is the main reason why people change their nutrition style from the common style to the alternative one? 2. What are the limits of the everyday alternative nutrition lifestyle? 3. Has the alternative nutrition lifestyle provoked any changes in the social status of users? If so, what changes? A qualitative research and in-depth interviews were used by the researchers. Vegetarians and vegans were mostly asked during the interviews. There were 13 interviews conducted in order to answer the above-mentioned questions. Eight interviewees preferred vegetarian food, five interviewees preferred vegan food. Theinterviewees were addressed with a snowball method. All the interviews were recorded and rewritten literally. All the interviews were conducted in České Budějovice. The interviewees were mostly asked about the reasons of their changes from the common to the alternative nutrition lifestyle. Information about their nutrition lifestyle was collected. They were also asked to describe all the changes in their health (after the nutrition change), if there were any. Another questions were as follows: if they were satisfied with the alternative nutrition, if the alternative nutrition was more expensive than the common nutrition, if the alternative nutrition is available in the Czech Republic (in shops, at work, at schools, etc.) in a satisfactory amount. Changes in their social status this was the last issue handled during the interviews. The interviewees were asked to describe all the changes among their friends, families, etc., if there were any. The interviewees were also asked to express their feelings and opinions on acceptance rate of the alternative nutrition by the major society. We also asked questions about geography, age, gender and education of the interviewees. A method of paper and pencil was used during the interviews. We divided the answers into several categories in order to analyse the data well and easily: General information gathered from the alternative nutrition users, Limits of the alternative nutrition and Changes in the social status of users. These three categories were divided into more sub-categories. The most significant data had their own codes there. Colourful schemes contained all these codes of the most significant information. Such a system helped us to put everything and all the gathered data in order.

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