Title: Myths innutrition
Authors: Svoboda, Michal
Citation: SVOBODA, M. Myths innutrition. In Life in Health 2018: Research and practice : proceedings of the international conference. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2018. s. 126-132. ISBN 978-80-210-9178-8.
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Masarykova univerzita
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/33768
ISBN: 978-80-210-9178-8
Keywords in different language: myths;nutrition, food
Abstract in different language: Background: A false irrational judgement based self-delusion created on subjective feelings of an individual or by a mechanical accepting of baseless information is considered as a myth. Selected myths refer to the following groups of food: fat, milk and dairy products, meat and meat products, fruit and vegetables, cereal. Objective(s): Get the answer to the question: Do the respondents understand the selected statements about nutrition as true or not? Method(s): Questionnaire of own construction. Results: Among the statements that respondents believe to be true include: milk fills up with mucus, milk from a shop is thinned by water, milk “directly from a cow” is healthier, present-day yoghurt is not real yoghurt, processed cheese contains cheap margarine, meat is full of antibiotics and growth hormones, meat is full of antibiotics and growth hormones, raw chicken meat contains less fat than pork, spinach contains a lot more iron than other green vegetable, brad made of leavening (without yeast and other substances) is valuable nowadays. Conclusions: The results of the questionnaire survey are in line with people´s long-term views on food and nutrition.
Rights: Plný text je přístupný v rámci univerzity přihlášeným uživatelům.
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