Main Article Content
This research aimed to study the nutritional knowledge and nutritional food behaviors of Suratthani Rajabhat students; to compare the nutritional food behaviors with different personal factors; and to study the relationships between the nutritional knowledge and nutritional food behaviors. Data were collected through survey questionnaires. The statistics used in data analysis were the Frequencies, Mean, t-test, F-test, and Pearson’s correlation coefficient.Results revealed that the level of students’ nutritional knowledge as calculated by percent composed of good, fair and low level at 37.17%, 25.42% and 37.42%, respectively. Nutritional knowledge were compared, the students had more score of types of food, food consumption and food healthy, respectively. Food behavior was analyzed and divided into 5 levels, the results found that the purchase decision (3.54±0.43) was in a good level compared to type of food (3.29±0.31), price of food (3.13±0.47), and food habits (3.11±0.42) were in a fair level. Significantpositive correlations at a quite low level were found between nutritional knowledge level and food behaviors. Results in this study should be used as information for developing a nutritional health promotion as appropriate for students.
I and co-author(s) certify that articles of this proposal had not yet been published and is not in the process of publication in journals or other published sources. I and co-author accept the rules of the manuscript consideration. Both agree that the editors have the right to consider and make recommendations to the appropriate source. With this rights offering articles that have been published to Panyapiwat Institute of Management. If there is a claim of copyright infringement on the part of the text or graphics that appear in the article. I and co-author(s) agree on sole responsibility.