Departmental Bulletin Paper 高校女子テニス選手の栄養素摂取状況と栄養教育の効果
Nutritional Status and the Effect of Nutrition Education in Female High School Tennis Players

鳴瀬, 碧  ,  佐藤, 裕保  ,  野田, 政弘  ,  糸川, 嘉則  ,  Naruse, Midori  ,  Sato, Yuho  ,  Noda, Masahiro  ,  Itokawa, Yoshinori

6pp.7 - 13 , 2015-03-31 , 仁愛大学
In this study, we investigated the nutritional status of female high school tennis players during their training period, and examined the effect of nutrition education on the improvement of their nutritional status. The nutrition survey was conducted by using brief-type self-administered diet history questionnaire(BDHQ) to nine female high school tennis players to determine the average of their energy intake, nutrient intake, and food group intakes. Before nutrition education, the average of the nutritional status in all subjects was lower than that of the tentative dietary goal for the tennis players, except for vitamin B2 and C. In particular, the intake of iron and vitamin B1 were remarkably insufficient. Moreover, there were no significant differences in the average intake for any of the nutrients before and after nutrition education. Regarding the intake of food groups, though almost all of the foods were insufficient except green and yellow vegetables, no significant differences were observed in the average intake of all food groups between before and after nutrition education as well. However the players with a high competitive ability were very conscious of their meals, and really felt the change in their physical condition by practicing the content that they learned from nutrition education. In order to derive the effect of nutrition education in a short period of time, itʼs important for the players to fully understand the importance of the content of nutrition education they learned and their attitude to practice it by themselves. On the other hand, those who implement nutrition education should make an effort to keep giving players repeated educational support until the players fully understand the educational content and come to be able to practice it by themselves.

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