Heavier tastes are the most frequently cited bad eating habits by respondents

At present, young people skip breakfast, order takeout, etc., and it is easy to form bad eating habits. Recently, a survey of 1,504 respondents conducted by the Social Survey Center of China Youth Daily and the questionnaire network (wenjuan.com) showed that the respondents said that they mainly have heavy tastes (45.5%) and do not eat on time (45.5%). 38.9%), eating snacks and drinks (37.0%) and other bad eating habits, 88.5% of the respondents felt that good eating habits are important.

Among the respondents, post-00s accounted for 29.3%, post-90s accounted for 47.5%, and post-80s accounted for 23.3%.

Heavier taste is the most frequently mentioned bad eating habit

Xiang Yannian (pseudonym), a post-00 college student, never plans his own diet, he eats whatever comes to his mind. Sometimes I feel that the food in the cafeteria is not delicious and I will not eat it.

“On the one hand, the company is far away from home. Considering the cost of time, I don’t go home for lunch, but order takeaways. Takeaways have a lot of oil, and I can’t mix meat and vegetables. On the other hand, I don’t I have the habit of eating breakfast. Sometimes I miss some snacks and I like to eat fried foods like fried chicken.” said Yang Jing (pseudonym), a post-90s worker.

In the survey, the respondents said that they mainly have bad eating habits such as heavy taste (45.5%), not eating on time (38.9%), and fond of snacks and drinks (37.0%). Others include: uneven mix of meat and vegetables (35.8%), not drinking water (34.8%), ordering takeaways or eating out more frequently (29.7%), skipping breakfast (28.8%), not paying attention to dietary hygiene (11.9%) Wait.

“I like to eat snacks, drink milk tea, but don’t like vegetables. I have a heavy taste. I take in too much oil and salt. However, it is difficult to change in the short term. “You still have to control yourself and improve your self-discipline.”

88.5% of respondents feel that good eating habits are important

Xiao Jie (pseudonym) is a parent of a third-year student, “As a parent, you should be more concerned about the health of your child’s diet. My child is a day student, so I need to prepare breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and sometimes dinner. Night. I try to help her develop good eating habits on the basis of meeting her child’s requirements.”

According to the survey, 88.5% of the respondents feel that good eating habits are important, and 51.9% of them feel that it is very important.

Yang Jing feels that good eating habits are very important, and having good eating habits is conducive to ensuring good health. But when it comes to three meals a day, Yang Jing has no plan, and often only eats lunch and dinner. “I go to work at 8:30 in the morning. I usually get up at 7:00. The commute takes 40 minutes, which will save time for breakfast.”

Zhu Yi, an associate professor at the School of Food Science and Nutritional Engineering at China Agricultural University, pointed out that the main reason for the poor eating habits of young people is stress. She appealed to young people not to be overly nervous. First, don’t listen to the wind and rain. For example, it is said on the Internet that what you eat is easy to get gallstones. Many young people believe this statement without knowing how gallstones come from. Second, you must believe The young body is largely capable of maintaining health; third, the harm caused by fear and anxiety about things is more serious than the harm caused by “poor eating”. Young people should sleep well first, then eat well. On the basis of sleeping and eating well, “eat well” and drink enough water.

Xiao Jie believes that three meals a day should still be eaten properly. Young people should not give up breakfast and dinner because of weight loss. Health is the most important thing. Some college students and office workers always order takeout. On the one hand, they think takeout is convenient. On the other hand, they may also feel that there are more types of takeout than canteens or home. However, their personal preferences in the process of choosing takeout will lead them to always eat one type of food. , This is not conducive to nutritional balance, long-term eating can also easily lead to obesity. Or try to eat at home and in the school cafeteria, and order less takeout. In addition, don’t lie down and play with your phone immediately after a meal, move first to give your stomach some time to digest.