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    Title: 餐具型式,食物型式與食物資訊對於食物攝取量之影響
    Authors: 劉佳慈;Tzu, Liu-Chia
    Contributors: 企業管理學系在職專班
    Keywords: 食物;餐具;食物相關訊息;食物呈現;飲食;攝入量;food;dinnerware;food-related information;food presentation;diet;intake
    Date: 2017-06-05
    Issue Date: 2017-10-27 13:11:13 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 本研究探討不同的餐具型式、不同的食物型式以及食物的相關資訊對於飲食攝取量之影響,以了解不同的餐具型式、不同的食物型式以及食物的相關資訊對會如何影響飲食的攝取。
    This study examined the effect of various types of dinnerware, food presentation, and food-related information on dietary intake to understand how different types of dinnerware, food presentation, and food-related information affect dietary intake.
    The study was conducted using the experimental method; variables such as dinnerware, food presentation, and food-related information were examined to determine their effects on consumers’ dietary intake. The research results are as follows:
    1. The intake of diners using smaller bowls was significantly greater than that of diners using large bowls.
    2. Longer spoons increased food intake.
    3. Red bowls inhibited appetite and thus reduced food intake.
    4. Food presented in a heart shape increased food intake.
    5. Drinking a glass of warm water before meals increased food intake.
    6. The presence or absence of health claims did not affect food intake.
    On the basis of the research results, the following recommendations are proposed:
    1. Use a large bowl or plate with a small spoon or fork when serving dessert.
    2. Use red bowls for serving dessert to reduce intake.
    3. Present food in a diamond shape to reduce intake.
    4. Avoid drinking warm water before eating dessert.
    5. Use comparative advertising to highlight the health-promoting effect of products bearing health claims.
    Appears in Collections:[企業管理學系碩士在職專班] 博碩士論文

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