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A study on whole grains intake behaviors and the influencing factors of high-tech employees in Taipei
三、 研究對象之自覺健康狀態依教育程度、年齡不同而有顯著差異； 研究對象之社會支持會依性別、年齡別分別、教育程度不同而會有顯著差異；研究對象之全穀類食物自覺利益會依性別、年齡別分別不同而會有顯著差異；研究對象之全穀類食物自覺障礙會依性別、學歷分別不同而會有顯著差異。
The purpose of this study is to understand the whole grains intake behaviors and to identify the influencing factors. A cross sectional survey of employees of a high-tech company in Taipei was carried out. 265 valid surveys were collected. The data was analysed with SPSS, version 18.0. The study found that 1. The participants are mostly college educated or higher, and with good knowledge of whole grains. Most of them are in the beginning of precontemplation stage of whole grain intake. There are more male than female in the stages of “precontemplation” and “contemplation”, and more female than male in the stages of “action” and “maintenance”. Only 14% consumes whole grains regularly and are with positive perceptive health status. 2. The social support to consume whole grains food are mostly from the families, while the total social support score is low. The perceived benefits score of whole grains are high, and the perceived barriers score of whole grains are medium. 3. The perceived health status showed significant difference among education, and age. The social support showed significant difference among gender, age, and education. The perceived benefit of whole grains showed significant difference among gender and age. The perceived barriers of whole grains showed significant difference among gender and education. 4. The whole grains intake behavior of the participants can be effectively predicted through their knowledge of whole grains, family and social support, and the perceived barriers of whole grains. 5. The abnormality of waist circumference and blood pressure of the participants can be effectively predicted through their whole grains intake behavior. There are few recommendations based on the study results for future promoting whole grains diet at workplace. To put the most effort on educating beneficial facts of whole grains. To increase social and environmental support. To take different education strategies for the audience in different stages of change in whole grain consumption.
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