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Studies on the preference of food of primary school children 3. relationship between the acceptance of vegetables and suffering from dental caries



Studies on the preference of food of primary school children 3. relationship between the acceptance of vegetables and suffering from dental caries



Japanese Journal of Nutrition 37(1): 29-36



The high rate of children suffering from dental caries has become a social problem in Japan because of the detriment to their growth and health. Nutrition appears to be important in preventing dental caries. Primary school children (210) aged 10-12 yr were tested. The relationships among the acceptance of vegetables, dental caries and the subjective symptoms of the digestive organs were investigated. The rate of the acceptance of vegetables was shown by the FACT scale (Food Action Rating scale) and the status of children suffering from dental caries by the DMF [decayed, missing filled] tooth rate. Those who suffered more than dental caries disliked vegetables (all items tested) compared to those who suffered less. A negative correlation was found between the FACT scale value of vegetables (14 items of 16 tested) and the DMF tooth rate. Those who consumed sweets between ordinary meals disliked vegetables and showed a high rate of dental caries.

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