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Relationship between obesity and eating rate: Analyzing the Korean Community Health Survey data

보건교육건강증진학회지 2020년 37권 3호 p.25 ~ 37
조희숙, 정수미, Dronina Yuliya,
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조희숙 ( Jo Heui-Sug ) - Kangwon National University School of Medicine Department of Health Policy and Management
정수미 ( Jung Su-Mi ) - Gangwon Public Health Policy Institute
 ( Dronina Yuliya ) - Kangwon National University School of Medicine Department of Health Policy and Management

Abstract


Objectives: There is an increase in the rate of obesity in South Korea as a result of changing dietary habits and decreasing physical activity. This study aimed to evaluate the relationship between eating rate and obesity.

Methods: Multiple logistic regression analyses were conducted using raw data from the Korean Community Health Survey 2017 for Gangwon Province data to evaluate the relationship between eating rate and obesity.

Results: Among men, the major factor affecting obesity was an eating rate of ≤0 min (odds ratio=1.16 (1.02, 1.33); p<.05). In women, factors affecting obesity were an eating rate of ≤0 min (odds ratio=1.14 (1.02, 1.28); p<.05), and irregular mealtimes (odds ratio=1.15 (1.02, 1.29); p<.05). Eating out was found to be a significantly important factor among both genders when participants eat-out once a day or less.

Conclusion: Implementing simple strategies to improve dietary and lifestyle habits may assist in weight and obesity management. These findings provide useful information for developing future strategies in obesity prevention.

키워드

obesity; eating rate; dietary habits; Community Health Survey (CHS)

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