International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 6, Part J (2016)
Nutrition education intervention through nutritional games improve nutrition knowledge, attitude and practices of school going girls in Bijnor, U.P.: A study
Roopal Mittal, Dr. Renu Verma and Chhavi Gupta
Present study is an appreciable effort to assess the impact of nutritional games on enhancement of knowledge attitude and practices pertaining nutrition with reference to school going girls in Bijnor (U.P). The present study conducted on 400 girls aged 3 between 18 years selected from government and private schools in the group was made as primary school, middle, high school, higher secondary school. Nutritional education was imparted to the girls by using nutritional games. Before imparting nutrition education, the level of nutritional knowledge recorded through pretest. After imparting nutritional knowledge another posttest questionnaire was made and data was analyzed through five point scale. Nutrition knowledge of the girls was found poor Ignorance about micronutrients and protective foods prevailed in respondents but after imparting nutritional education through games, the results were very good and responsive. The post test scores increased positively and fell in excellent, very good and good category.
How to cite this article:
Roopal Mittal, Dr. Renu Verma and Chhavi Gupta. Nutrition education intervention through nutritional games improve nutrition knowledge, attitude and practices of school going girls in Bijnor, U.P.: A study. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(6): 594-597.