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From

Nutrition Education and Osteoporosis Risk Factors in Early Decades of Life

Khalid K. Abdul-Razzak, Ahmed A. Abu-Taleb, Ahmad Al-Husban, Lara T Kufoof

American Journal of Educational Research. 2013, 1(3), 63-67 doi:10.12691/education-1-3-1
  • Figure 1. Milk and yogurt consumption of studied population before and after educational intervention. 1= one or more serving per day, 2 = 3-6 servings per week, 3 = 1-2 servings per week, 4 = once a month or none. Statistically significant increase in participants who took more servings of milk and yogurt and significant reduction in number of participants who consumed less frequent milk and yogurt were found after educational intervention.
  • Figure 2. Cheese and labanah consumption of studied population before and after educational intervention. 1 = one or more serving per day, 2 = 3-6 servings per week, 3 = 1-2 servings per week, 4 = once a month or none. Statistically significant increase in participants who took more servings of cheese and labanah and significant reduction in number of participants who consumed less frequent cheese and labanah were found after educational intervention.
  • Figure 3. Fruits consumption of studied population before and after educational intervention. 1= one or more serving per day, 2 = 3-6 servings per week, 3 = 1-2 servings per week, 4 = once a month or none. Statistically significant increase in number of participants consuming more fruits and significant decrease in number of participants who consumed less frequent fruits were found after educational intervention.
  • Figure 4. Vegetables consumption of studied population before and after educational intervention.1= one or more serving per day, 2 = 3-6 servings per week, 3 = 1-2 servings per week, 4 = once a month or none. Statistically significant increase in number of participants consuming more vegetables and significant decrease in number of participants who consumed less frequent vegetables were found after educational intervention.