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Relationship between Broca index of late school-aged children and their mothers’ eating, cooking, and exercise habit

Title
Relationship between Broca index of late school-aged children and their mothers’ eating, cooking, and exercise habit
Authors
Lee H.Lee K.-E.Ko K.S.Hong E.
Ewha Authors
고광석홍은아이경은
SCOPUS Author ID
고광석scopus; 홍은아scopus
Issue Date
2016
Journal Title
Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition
ISSN
1226-3311JCR Link
Citation
vol. 45, no. 10, pp. 1488 - 1496
Keywords
Broca indexChildren's underweightCooking habitEating habitExcercise habit
Publisher
Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition
Indexed
SCOPUS; KCI scopus
Abstract
The purposes of this study were to analyze mothers' eating, cooking, and exercise habits based on their demographic characteristics and to examine the relationship between those habits and their late school-aged children's Broca index. A total of 393 questionnaires were mailed to the mothers of late school-aged children who registered at four elementary schools in the Seoul area, of which 159 participants (40.0%) completed questionnaires. Statistical data analyses were performed using SPSS/Win 21.0 for descriptive statistics, t-test ANOVA, and Pearson's regression coefficient. There was a statistically significant difference in mothers' cooking habit (F=3.920, P=0.022) and exercise habit (F=3.211, P=0.043) according to their educational level. Interestingly, 82.4% of mothers had a Broca index of less than 90% of normal body mass level. A significant positive correlation of Broca index between mothers and their late school-aged children (r=0.345, P<0.001) indicated that children whose mothers had a low body mass level also tended to have a low body mass level. In this study, late school-aged children's Broca index was not significantly related with mother's eating (r=-0.072, P=0.367) or exercise habits (r=-0.010, P=0.897) but was significantly related with their mother's cooking habits (r=-0.157, P=0.048). Considering there are few studies examining the impacts of mother's cooking habits on their children's appropriate body mass, the results suggest that developing an effective educational program to cultivate mothers' healthy cooking habits to improve school-aged children's health status is very important. The findings of this study provide important data that could be used when developing health education programs tailored to the multi-dimensional impacts of mothers' life habits on their last school-aged children's developmental health status. © 2013 by The Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition. All rights reserved.
DOI
10.3746/jkfn.2016.45.10.1488
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