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  Evaluating The Use of Energy Drinks, Food Supplements and Nutrition Habits among Adolescents in terms of Ecological Approach: Antalya Sample [Eastern J Med]
Eastern J Med. 2021; 26(1): 30-39 | DOI: 10.5505/ejm.2021.22438  

Evaluating The Use of Energy Drinks, Food Supplements and Nutrition Habits among Adolescents in terms of Ecological Approach: Antalya Sample

Derya Adıbelli1, Yasemin Demir Avci2, Selvinaz Saçan3
1Akdeni̇z Üni̇versi̇tesi̇ Kumluca Sağlık Bi̇li̇mleri̇ Fakültesi̇ Hemşi̇reli̇k Bölümü Halk Sağlığı Hemşi̇reli̇ği̇ Anabi̇li̇m Dalı
2Akdeni̇z Üni̇versi̇tesi̇ Hemşi̇reli̇k Fakültesi̇ Halk Sağlığı Hemşi̇reli̇ği̇ Anabi̇li̇m Dalı
3Adnan Menderes Üni̇versi̇tesi̇ Sağlık Bi̇li̇mleri̇ Fakültesi̇ Çocuk Geli̇şi̇mi̇ Bölümü

INTRODUCTION: This study was conducted to determine adolescents’ habits of consumption of energy drinks and supplementary foods and to evaluate the results using an ecological approach.
METHODS: This study was conducted with 1084 adolescents between December 2016 and June 2017 in a city center to determine adolescents’ habits of consumption of energy drinks and supplementary foods and to evaluate the results using an ecological approach. Data were collected using a self-questionaired form prepared by the researchers.
RESULTS: Male adolescents consumed more sports drinks, energy drinks and protein powders than girls (p <.001). Female students were more unable to stop themselves while they were eating compared to male students. Parental continuous dieting was associated with adolescent energy consumption (OR = 0.64, p =.038) and adverse drug use (OR = 6.28, p =.002) (OR = 2.85, p =.008). To criticise continually due to past mistakesrelated to energy consumption (OR = 0.43, p <.05), parental desire to know their adolescent’s friends was found to be related to drug use (OR = 0.11, p <.001) to lose weight. Additionally, we found that depression was related to smoking (OR = 4.05, p <.001).
DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION: The unconscious use of energy drinks and supplements is increasing rapidly and the effect on the body is unknown.

Keywords: Adolescent, energy drink, food supplement, ecological approach


Derya Adıbelli, Yasemin Demir Avci, Selvinaz Saçan. Evaluating The Use of Energy Drinks, Food Supplements and Nutrition Habits among Adolescents in terms of Ecological Approach: Antalya Sample. Eastern J Med. 2021; 26(1): 30-39

Corresponding Author: Derya Adıbelli, Türkiye


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