Journal of Sports Science and Nutrition

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Journal of Sports Science and Nutrition

2022, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A

An analysis of routine dietary intake and eating habits of college students


Author(s): Baljinder Singh and Dr. Gagandeep Kaur

Abstract: The objective of this study was to assessment of the dietary intake and eating habits of college students or athletes and compared their total calories intake and macronutrients intake like Carbohydrates, Protein and Fats to the other group of the participants or athletes from the college and calculating number of calories including macronutrients like protein, carbohydrates, and fats that consume in seven days by the Participants of college. Monitor the dietary consumption and nutrient intake by college athletes and improved their dietary intake and their status of eating habits. Participants: Total data were obtained from the 24 participants from two groups from the Delhi Pharmaceuticals Science and Research University and Academy of Sports Science Research and Management, Delhi. Procedure: Participants filled the Nutritional Profiling questionnaire through online mode up to Seven days. Participants or athletes also reported their 24 hours dietary recall within seven days through online mode. Results: t test indicates the calories, carbohydrates, protein, and fats intake were significant error type 1 would be too high. The p-value of calories, carbohydrates, protein, and fats that 0.73, 0.6743, 0.6738, and 0.6737 respectively and the larger the p-value the more it supports H0. the mean proportion of total calories coming from Carbohydrates, Protein, and Fats was 55.4%, 17.6%, and 26.4% respectively, and the Calories intake of the group B participants was 1928 ± 476 kcal and the mean proportion of total calories coming from Carbohydrates, Protein, and Fats was 55.7%, 17.6%, and 26.4% respectively. The total number of sample (N-24) in which 98% participants had good hydration status on a regular basis. 78% of the participants (N- 24) evaluated their diet as “good,” with 22% stating their diet was “fair,” or “poor.” Conclusions: The effective nutrition profiling of dietary consumption are very important to improve dietary intake and eating habits of college students and athletes

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Baljinder Singh, Dr. Gagandeep Kaur. An analysis of routine dietary intake and eating habits of college students. J Sports Sci Nutr 2022;3(1):49-52.
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