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韓國人營養의 現況

Nutritional Situation in Korea

한국영양학회지 1968년 1권 1호 p.37 ~ 42
주진순,
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주진순 (  ) - 우석대학교 의과대학 생화학 영양학교실

Abstract


Acccoding to the dietary sur.,eys and national food balance sheets, the dietary state of person living in Korea is ingesting a high level of grain and vegetable diet and very low animal sources. The daily calory intake is about 2,3002.600 Cal. per head in ,which a total protein intake is 6986 gin respectively. These data indicate no shortage of calory- and total protein intake. However, the inta´:;e of animal protein is Only 411 gm and the fat is 818 gm, both of which are far below the requirment. The low fat intake brings about a low level of fat soluble vitamins, and that V-A intake is as short as the half amount ´of the allowance. Riboflavine is also about a half of dietary´ recu-rent. Both thiamin and ascorbic acid intake are sufficient. The calcnrm intake is 0.260.5 gm per day which is inadequate.
In fact, biochemical findings through field Lun, -ey s:row; sen:m protein 6.7 gm, hemoglobin 13.1 Fm and hernatocrire 41.5;5 all of which are lower than the Kwon´s report. The serum V-A and uunrinary riboflavin value are also lower than the Williams´es report. Clinically, inflarration of the eyes, cheilesis, pathological signs of tangue, xerosis of the hand and arm, or the like are frequently seen.
On the other hand, there is no suitable diet available for the weaning infant and delayed weaning is a cornrron practice. A school lunch program is still in an early stage of developrient.
Another example can be cited that the Korean infant grows faster than the Japanese until one year of age, and no difference is noted between the Korean and the . American infants up to six monthes of age, thereafter the former lags in the growth rate. This might be mainly due to the nutritional reasons as mentioned above, and in part due to the high inidence of intestinal parasitism and others.

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