Consumption and preferences of fruits and vegetables in Turkish adults
AuthorHızlı Güldemir, Hilal
Sezer, Fatma Elif
Yoldaş İlktaç, Havvanur
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CitationHızlı Güldemir, H., Yousefirad, N., Akman, C., Sezer, F. E., Yoldaş İlktaç, H., Garipağaoğlu, M. ... Ersoy, G. (2020). Consumption and preferences of fruits and vegetables in Turkish adults. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society içinde (E604-E604. ss.). https://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0029665120005534
High fruit and vegetable intake is associated with reduced risk of future chronic diseases. This study aimed to evaluate the consumption of fruits and vegetables in adults living in Turkey.The study was performed with selected by random sampling method on total of 7693 individuals, who lives in different geographical regions in Turkey. The research data were obtained through a questionnaire applied in face-to-face interview method inJune-September 2017. In the study the consumption status, preferences and daily amount of vegetables and fruits were questioned;height, body weight and Body Mass Index (BMI) were evaluated. Statistical analyzes were performed with SPSS 22.0 program.