Healthy Food - Italy

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Summary Food Questionnaire Italy

 

Questions:

1.       Do you think you follow a sensible and healthy diet?

2.       Do you eat breakfast everyday?

3.       Do you eat at least three meals a day?

4.       Do you eat sweets and fast food between meals?

5.       Do you drink 1.5 l of water a day?

6.       Do you eat at least three portions of fruits and vegetables?

7.       Do you eat dairy products in your diet which are the source of calcium?

8.       Do you eat a least fish twice a week?

9.       Do you try to limit the amount of sparkling sweet drinks?

10.    Do you think twice before you buy the products?

11.   Do you read the ingredients which are on the label of the product?

12.   Do you read an information concerning the nutritional values of the products?

13.   Do you try to eat low fat products than the fatty ones?

14.   Do you try to reduce the amount of sugar in your daily diet?

15.   Do you add salt to you dishes?

16.   Do you prefer cooked dishes than fried ones?

17.   Do you eat at least two eggs a week?

18.   Do you control your weight regularly?

19.   Do you often eat out?

20.   Do you often eat convenience food?

 

 

Numerical Results (Pie Chart Graphical Representation)

 

Most of respondents donít follow a sensible and healthy diet (54%).

Most of students have regularly breakfast (61%).

The 87% of the students eats at least 3 meals a day.

The 44% of the students does not eat sweets and fast food between meals, but the 33% of the students usually eats snacks between meals.

Most of respondents (56%) drink at least 1.5 l of water during the day. The 39% doesnít drink water.

Fortunately more than a half of the students eats at least 3 portions of fruits and vegetables a day.

The 49% of the students, who took part in the survey, eats diary products in the diet which are the source of calcium, while the remaining part doesnít eat them (31%) or doesnít know (20%).

Fortunately most of the respondents (56%) eat fish twice a week.

The 51% of the respondents tries to limit the amount of sparkling sweet drinks.

The half of the students (51%) thinks twice before buying the products, while the remaining part doesnít do it.

Most of the students who took part in the survey donít read the ingredients on the label of the product.

Most of the respondents (56%) do not read any information concerning the nutritional values of the products.

The 44% of the students tries to eat low fat products than the fatty ones, while the remaining part (56%) doesnít do it or doesnít know.

The 46% tries to reduce the amount of sugar in the diet, while the remaining part (54%) doesnít do it or doesnít know.

The 51% of the students adds salt in the dishes.

Students (72%) usually prefer cooked dishes than fried ones.

The 67% eats at least two eggs a week.

Students (61%) donít usually control their weight regularly. Only the 36% of them does it.

Less than a half of the students who took part in the survey (41%) eats often out.

Less than a half of the respondents (46%) eats often convenience food.

 

 

To sum up our students donít usually try to follow a sensible and healthy diet, they donít eat dairy products which are source of calcium, they donít read the ingredients on the label of the products and the information concerning the nutritional values of the products; they donít try to eat low fat products than the fatty ones and they donít try to reduce the amount of sugar in the diet. They donít control their weight regularly.

 On the other hand they have breakfast every day, have 3 meals a day, they drink 1,5 l of water a day and they eat fruits, vegetables and fish during the week, they try to limit the amount of sparkling sweet drinks and they think twice before buying a product; they prefer cooked dishes than fried ones.