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1999-2009 CalCHEEPS Trend Tables

The 1999-2009 California Children’s Healthy Eating and Exercise Practices Survey (CalCHEEPS) trend tables provide detailed information over the past six years about California children’s fruit and vegetable consumption, physical activity and screen time, high calorie low nutrient food consumption, awareness of the California Children’s Power Play! Campaign, and factors that influence these behaviors including out-of-home eating, school environment, poverty status, and weight status.  For more information regarding the CalCHEEPS trend tables, contact Angie Jo Keihner, MS, at Angie.Keihner@cdph.ca.gov.


Table of Contents

  • Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
  • Milk Products
  • Protein Rich Foods
  • High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods
  • Meals and Out-of-Home Eating
  • Physical Activity and Screen Time
  • Weight Status
  • Attitudes and Beliefs
  • Power Play! Campaign
  • Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

    A complete set of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption trend tables (PDF) 

  • Table 2a: Trends in the Total Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 2b: Trends in the Total Servings of Fruits and 100% Fruit Juices Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 2c: Trends in the Total Servings of Vegetables, Fried Vegetables, and Salads Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 4a: Trends in the Servings of Fruits Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 4b: Trends in the Servings of 100% Juices Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 4c: Trends in the Servings of Vegetables Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 8: Trends in the Proportion of Children who Reported Eating the Recommended Five or More Servings of Fruits and Vegetables on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 8a: Trends in the Proportion of Children who Reported Eating the Recommended Cups of Fruits and Vegetables on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 8b: Trends in the Proportion of Children who Reported Eating the Recommended Cups of Fruit on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 8c: Trends in the Proportion of Children who Reported Eating the Recommended Cups of Vegetables on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 10a: Trends in the Proportion of Children who Reported Believing that the Recommended Cups of Fruits and Vegetables Are Needed Daily for Good Health
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    Milk Products

    A complete set of Milk Products trend tables (PDF) 

  • Table 19a: Trends in the Total Servings of Milk Products Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 19b: Trends in the Total Servings of Milk Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 23: Trends in the Proportion of Children Drinking Low Fat Milk (Nonfat or 1%) on a Typical Weekday
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    Protein Rich Foods

  • Table 27: Trends in the Total Servings of Protein Rich Foods Eaten by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions (PDF) 
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    High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods

    A complete set of High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods trend tables (PDF) 

  • Table 32a: Trends in the Total Servings of High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 32b: Trends in the Total Servings of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 32c: Trends in the Total Servings of Sweets Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 32d: Trends in the Total Servings of High-Fat Snacks Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 34: Trends in the Proportion of Children Drinking No Servings of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages on a Typical Weekday
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    Meals and Out-of-Home Eating

    A complete set of Meals and Out-of-Home Eating trend tables (PDF) 

  • Table 43: Trends in the Proportion of Children Eating Lunch Served by the School Cafeteria Everyday During a Typical Week
  • Table 45a: Trends in the Proportion of Children Reporting that Their School Has Snack Vending Machines with Chips, Cookies, or Candy
  • Table 45b: Trends in the Proportion of Children Reporting that Their School Cafeteria Serves Branded Fast Food
  • Table 45c: Trends in the Proportion of Children Reporting that Their School Has Soda Vending Machines that Students Can Use
  • Table 45d: Trends in the Proportion of Children Reporting that Their School Cafeteria Has a Salad Bar
  • Table 45e: Trends in the Proportion of Children Reporting that Their School Has Bake Sales or Candy Sales to Raise Money
  • Table 45f: Trends in the Proportion of Children Reporting that Their School Teacher Rewards Students by Giving out Candy, Cookies, Soda, or Chips
  • Table 46: Trends in the Proportion of Children Reporting that They Ate Fast Food on a Typical Weekday
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    Physical Activity and Screen Time

    A complete set of Physical Activity and Screen Time trend tables (PDF) 

  • Table 53: Trends in the Average Minutes of Physical Activity Reported by California Children on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 54: Trends in the Proportion of Children Meeting the 60-Minute Physical Activity Recommendation on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 60: Trends in the Average Minutes Spent in School Physical Education Class over Ten Days Fell Short of the 200-Minute State Mandate for California Children
  • Table 61a: Trends in the Average Minutes of Screen Time Including Television, Video Games, and Computer for Fun on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 61b: Trends in the Proportion of Children Meeting the Healthy People 2010 Guideline of Two or Fewer Hours of Screen Time on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 62: Trends in the Proportion of Children Believing that 60 Minutes or More of Physical Activity Is Needed Seven Days a Week for Good Health
  • Table 75: Trends in the Proportion of Children Meeting the 60-Minute Physical Activity Guideline Everyday During the Past Week
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    Weight Status

    A complete set of Weight Status trend tables (PDF) 

  • Table 66a: Trends in the Distribution of Overweight Among California Children Based on Body Mass Index
  • Table 66b: Trends in the Distribution of Obesity Among California Children Based on Body Mass Index
  • Table 66c: Trends in the Distribution of Overweight and Obesity Combined Among California Children Based on Body Mass Index
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    Attitudes and Beliefs

  • Table 67: Trends in the Proportion of Children Receiving Nutrition Lessons at School (PDF) 
  • Power Play! Campaign

  • Table PP! 5b: Trends in the Proportion of Children Reporting Awareness of the California Children's Power Play! Campaign (PDF) 
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    Last modified on: 1/26/2012 1:50 PM