Dominican University of California
 

Presentation or Panel Title

Diet and Physical Activity Among College Students

Location

Guzman 110, Dominican University of California

Start Date

4-20-2017 4:20 PM

End Date

4-20-2017 4:35 PM

Department

Health Sciences

Student Type

Undergraduate

Faculty Mentor

Brett Bayles, MPH, Ph.D.

Presentation Format

Oral Presentation

Abstract/Description

Dietary habits and physical activity behavior will be analyzed among college students to determine a relationship between food choice and engaging in physical activity. Students will be asked to participate in a semi-structured survey questionnaire that will determine their eating habits, lifestyle, physical activity behaviors, as well as basic information regarding their age, height, and weight. The study will be presented at different college campuses. The research will also determine whether food choices play a major role in how students feel when they engage in any sort of physical activity. The study will also consider the nutritional aspect of data and determine the foods that provide positive or negative health benefits.

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Diet and Physical Activity Among College Students

Guzman 110, Dominican University of California

Dietary habits and physical activity behavior will be analyzed among college students to determine a relationship between food choice and engaging in physical activity. Students will be asked to participate in a semi-structured survey questionnaire that will determine their eating habits, lifestyle, physical activity behaviors, as well as basic information regarding their age, height, and weight. The study will be presented at different college campuses. The research will also determine whether food choices play a major role in how students feel when they engage in any sort of physical activity. The study will also consider the nutritional aspect of data and determine the foods that provide positive or negative health benefits.