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Food consumption patterns among punjab agricultural university faculty

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Ramandeep Kaur and Sonika Sharma
Subject Area: 
Life Sciences
Abstract: 

The goal of this study was to determine the food intake by the faculty of Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), Ludhiana. A random selection of 240 university faculty from PAU was made. A questionnaire was designed to assess general characteristics, daily food intakes among university faculty. Dietary survey was carried out by using “24 hour recall method” for three consecutive days and food intake was compared with the suggested dietary intakes (ICMR 2010) and percent adequacies were calculated. The food groups like pulses and legumes, roots and tubers, fruits, milk and milk products, fats and oils and sugar were more than suggested intake i.e. 91.49g (152.48%). 286.22g (143.11%),162.55g (162.55%),483.53ml (161.18%), 24.31g (121.55%), 25.25g (126.25%) respectively by females and 83.66g (111.55%). 300.40g (150.20%), 144.27g (144.27%), 505.06 ml (168.35%), 26.62g (106.48%), 23.41g (117.05%) respectively by male respondents. The mean daily intake of various food groups were inadequate like cereals, green leafy vegetables, other vegetables when compared with the suggested intakes i.e. 164.92g (61.08%), 54.62g (54.62%), 90.63g (45.31%) respectively by female respondents and 182.78 g (48.74 %), 82.17g (82.17%), 74.09g (37.04%) respectively in case of male respondents.

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