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Vol. 10, Special Issue 12 (2021)

The study of the macronutrients status of the working and non-working women

Author(s):
Neha Verma and Dr. Vinita Singh
Abstract:
Women play an importance role in society, the world over. The health level and the nutritional status affect the status of working and non-working women. Women working outside the home for long duration have less leisure time because of work pressure, and hence they cannot take proper care of their health and often neglect dietary intake. For the preset study 50 working and 50 non- working women were selected through purposive random sampling. Socio- demographic profile of the subject was collected with the help of questionnaire. The mean energy intake in the working women were 2288.6 Kcal which was more than the recommended dietary allowances The mean energy intake in the non-working working women were 2060.6 Kcal which was less than the recommended dietary allowances. The mean protein intake in the working women were 36.16 gm which was more than the recommended dietary allowances The mean protein intake in the non-working women were 33.53 gm which was less than the recommended dietary allowances. The mean fat intake in the respondents were 32.5 gm which was more than the recommended dietary allowances The mean fat intake in the non-working women were 33.53 gm which was less than the recommended dietary allowances.
Pages: 208-210  |  480 Views  243 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Neha Verma and Dr. Vinita Singh. The study of the macronutrients status of the working and non-working women. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(12S): 208-210.

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