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factors influencing adolescent food choices

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Emily price

on 20 April 2017

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Transcript of factors influencing adolescent food choices

Health
Factors
Family
Environment
&
Ethics
Peer Group
Culture
&
Religion
Food choices
Mind Mapping factors that affect adolescents
factors influencing
food choices
Working vs non working parents
Knowledge of family

Parental
diet
habits
Cooking vs takeaway
Wastage
Organic
farming
Vegan
&
Vegetarian
Resource
consumption
Cruelty
free
Religious practices
Types of diet
(rice based
low dairy,
vegetarian)
attitudes towards food
Embarassment
about particular foods
Pressure to eat certain foods
Social
activities
Anemia
Calcium
deficient
Overweight
&
Obesity
Diabetes
As providers of food, parents play a big role in the types of foods that adolescents have access too.

Parental attitudes and preferences towards certain foods along with knowledge about food and diet can impact positively and negatively on adolescent food preferences.

Family members (especially mothers) have a big impact on food preferences from the age of 2
(Australia's food & nutrition, 2012)
Australia has become an ethnically diverse nation, especially in cities

Many young Australians are likely to come from Asia or NZ differing from older australians who are more likely to have migrated from europe

Migrants to Australia bring their cultural practices, religions and cuisines, meaning more exposure to different cuisines and cooking techniques
(Australia's food & nutrition, 2012)
meal
choices
(body image)
cultural
eating
practices
Geography
Peer groups create the norm for eating behaviour in adolescents

Beliefs about what other people think is very important to food choices in a social setting

How much do your friends opinions influence your eating?
(Australia's food & nutrition, 2012)
Good nutrition contributes to quality of life, helps maintain healthy weight, , protects against infections and reduces risk for chronic disease.
(Australia's food & nutrition, 2012)
Food choices may be based on health needs rather than individual preferences.
Consumption of Organic foods for (health and social reasons, local farming, social responsibility

Beliefs about food practices (Vegan & Vegetarian, animal slaughter practices)

Ethical considerations (food miles, packaging, resource consumption, carbon footprint)

(Australia's food & nutrition, 2012)
Sustainability
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