Impact Of living With Family Members (PDF)

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DOESLIVING WITH PARENTS CORRELATE WITH DIETARY ENERGY AND NUTRIENTS INTAKE FOOD HABITS AND WEIGHTSTATUS IN DIETETICS AND HUMAN NUTRITION STUDENTSIntroductionIn the current research study is carried out on identification ofimpact of living with family members or living out of home on dietand energy level of individual. In this regard T test and descriptivestatistical tools are applied to analyse data. Results of previousresearch studies indicate that if one live with its family memberdietary intake also improved.ResultsRanks6. Living arrangementsNMean RankSum of Ranks16. Energy (KJ)Living with parents5942.462505.00Other3454.881866.00Total9317. Protein (g)Living with parents5944.442622.00Other3451.441749.00Total9318. Total Fat (g)Living with parents5944.202608.00Other3451.851763.00Total9323. Carbohydrates (g)Living with parents5943.032539.00Other3453.881832.00Total93ObjectiveMain objective of current research study is to identifyimpact of living with parents on diet intake and energylevel of students.H0: There is no significant difference between thoseliving with family or belong to other category in terms ofenergy protein, fat and carbohydrate.H1: There is significant difference between those livingwith family or belong to other category in terms of energyprotein, fat and carbohydrate.H0: There is no significant difference between thoseliving with family or belong to other category in terms ofweight.H1: There is significant difference between those livingwith family or belong to other category in terms ofweight.
Test Statisticsa16. Energy (KJ)17. Protein (g)18. Total Fat (g)23. Carbohydrates(g)Mann-Whitney U735.000852.000838.000769.000Wilcoxon W2505.0002622.0002608.0002539.000Z-2.138-1.205-1.316-1.867Asymp. Sig. (2-tailed).033.228.188.062a. Grouping Variable: 6. Living arrangementsMethodSample design: Simple random sample approach is used.Sample information and data collection: Sample unit of 111individuals is taken and entire data is collected from them.Statistical method: t test and descriptive statistics is used.STest Statisticsa8. Weight (kg)Mann-Whitney U712.000Wilcoxon W2482.000Z-2.323Asymp. Sig. (2-tailed).020a. Grouping Variable: 6. Living arrangementsRanks6. Living arrangementsNMean RankSum of Ranks8. Weight (kg)Living with parents5942.072482.00Other3455.561889.00Total93
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