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2003 California Dietary Practices Survey (CDPS) Data Tables

The 2003 CDPS data tables provided on this website highlight thirteen areas related to dietary practices and physical activity: (1) Healthy Eating Practices; Consumption of (2) Fruits and Vegetables, (3) Whole Grains, High Fiber and, Beans, (4) Dairy Products, (5) High Fat and High Sugar Foods; (6) Eating Out; (7) Physical Activity; (8) Body Weight; (9) Food Shopping; (10) Knowledge and Attitudes; (11) Food Stamps and Food Security, (12) Worksites and (13) Home Neighborhoods.  The sample size for the 2003 CDPS was 1561 adults.  Interpretations of these tables are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the California Department Public Health or the Public Health Institute.

For more information regarding the CalTEENS survey, contact Andrew Bellow at Andrew.Bellow@cdph.ca.gov

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Table of Contents

  • Healthy Eating Practices
  • Fruits and Vegetables
  • Whole Grains, High Fiber, and Beans
  • Milk and Animal Protein-Foods
  • High Fat and High Sugar Food
  • Eating Out
  • Physical Activity
  • Body Weight
  • Food Shopping  
  • Knowledge and Attitudes
  • Food Stamps/Food Security
  • Worksites
  • Home Neighborhoods
  • Healthy Eating Practices

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  • Table 1: Proportion of California Adults Who Ate Foods Recommended for Good Health
  • Table 2: Proportion of California Adults Who Did Not Eat Selected Foods Recommended for Good Health
  • Table 3: Healthy Eating Practices Score (HEP Score)
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    Fruits and Vegetables

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  • Table 4: Consumption of at Least One Fruit and/or Vegetable
  • Table 5: Average Number of Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Eaten by Adults
  • Table 6: Consumption of Meals and Snacks with Fruits and Vegetables
  • Table 7: Range of Fruit and Vegetable Servings
  • Table 8: Percent of Adults Eating 3 Vegetables and 2 Fruits
  • Table 9: Percent of Adults Eating 2 or Fewer Servings of Fruits and Vegetables
  • Table 10: Belief That 5 Servings or More of Fruits and Vegetables Should Be Eaten Every Day for Good Health
  • Table 11: Total Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Heard for Good Health
  • Table 12: Belief That They Should Eat More of Fruits and Vegetables Now
  • Table 13: Barriers to Eating More Fruits and Vegetables
  • Table 14: Why Californians Are Not Eating More Fruits and Vegetables (Out of Everyone)
  • Table 15: Why Californians Are Not Eating More Fruits and Vegetables (Out of Those Who Think They Should Eat More Fruits and Vegetables)
  • Table 16: Number of Meals Eaten Out Compared to Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
  • Table 17: Have You Ever Worked in a Garden
  • Cross Tab 18: Worked in Garden By Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
  • Cross Tab 19: Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Heard Recommended and Think Should Eat by Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Eaten
  • Cross Tab 20: Ate Five or More Servings of Fruits and Vegetables by Obese and Overweight Status
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    Whole Grains, High Fiber, and Beans

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  • Table 21: Consumption of Whole Grain Breads or Corn Tortillas
  • Table 22: Consumption of Breakfast Cereals
  • Table 23: Consumption of High Fiber Cereals
  • Table 24: Consumption of Beans
  • Table 25: Consumption of Both Whole Grain Breads/Corn Tortillas and High Fiber Cereal
  • Table 26: Consumption of No Whole Grain Breads/Corn Tortillas, High Fiber Cereal, or Beans
  • Table 27: Consumption of Whole Grain Breads, High Fiber Cereal, or Both
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    Milk and Animal Source Protein Foods

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  • Table 28: Consumption of Any Milk
  • Table 29: Milk Consumption by Type of Milk, Out of Milk Drinkers
  • Table 30: Consumption of Any Cheese
  • Table 31: Consumption of Reduced Fat Cheese, Out of Those Who Consume Cheese
  • Table 32: Consumption of Yogurt
  • Table 33: Consumption of Any Soy Products
  • Table 34: Consumption of Any Low-Fat Frozen Dairy Desserts
  • Table 35: Proportion of California Adults Who Ate High Fat Milk Products (Of Persons Eating the Food)
  • Table 36: Consumption of Milk, Yogurt, or Cheese (At least two different items)
  • Table 37: Consumption of No Milk, Yogurt, or Cheese
  • Table 38: Range of Servings of Milk Consumed
  • Cross Tab 39: Milk Products by Recommendations Heard
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    High Fat and High Sugar Foods

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  • Table 40: Consumption of Deep Fried Foods and Fried Snack Foods
  • Table 41: Consumption of High Fat Sweets, Breakfast Pastries, and Frozen Dairy Desserts
  • Table 42: Consumption of Soda
  • Table 43: Consumption of High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods
  • Table 44: Range of High Calorie, Low Nutrient Food Items Eaten
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    Eating Out

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  • Table 45: Percent of Eating Out that Was in Fast Food Restaurants
  • Cross Tab 46: Eating out Compared to Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables, Milk, High Fiber Foods, and High Fat and High Sugar Foods
  • Table 47: Percent of Californians Who Ate At Least One Meal Out
  • Table 48: Consumption of Fast Food
  • Table 49: Types of Restaurants Where Californians Eat
  • Table 50: Meals Eaten at Fast Food Restaurants
  • Table 51: Range of Times Californians Ate Fast Food Restaurants in the Past Week
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    Physical Activity

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  • Table 52: Mean and Range of Days Heard Recommended for Physical Activity
  • Table 53: Mean and Range of Minutes Heard Recommended for Physical Activity
  • Cross Tab 54: Minutes Heard Recommended by Minutes Active
  • Cross Tab 55: Days Heard Recommended by Days Active
  • Table 56: Participation Any Physical Activity in the Past Month
  • Table 57: Participation in Vigorous and Regular Activity
  • Table 58: Level of Activity At Work
  • Table 59: Main Reasons For Not Being More Physically Active
  • Cross Tab 60: Californians Who Participated in 30 or More Minutes of Moderate or Vigorous Physical Activity at Least 5 Days a Week by Overweight Status
  • Cross Tab 61: Californians Who Participated in 30 or More Minutes of Moderate or Vigorous Physical Activity at least 6 Days a Week by Overweight Status
  • Table 62: Time Spent Watching TV
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    Body Weight

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  • Table 63: Weight Status (by BMI) and Mean BMI
  • Table 64: Opinion of Weight Status
  • Cross Tab 65: Actual Weight Status by Opinion of Weight Status
  • Table 66: Percent Trying to Lose Weight and Method Used
  • Table 67: Percent Who Lost Weight and Maintained Weight Loss
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    Food Shopping

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  • Table 68: Frequency of Grocery Shopping by California Adults
  • Table 69: Where Californians Buy Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
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    Knowledge and Attitude

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  • Table 70: Message Exposure Through TV Advertisements About 5 a Day and Healthy Eating Behaviors
  • Cross Tab 71: Awareness of TV Advertisements by Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
  • Table 72: Heard of the 5 A Day Program
  • Cross Tab 73: Heard of 5 A Day Program by Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
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    Food Stamps/Food Security (Adults w/ Household Income < $35,000)

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  • Table 74: Californians Who Used Food Stamps
  • Table 75: Food Bought Didn't Last
  • Table 76: Californians Who Couldn't Afford Balanced Meals
  • Table 77: Californians Who Skipped Meals and How Often
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    Worksites

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  • Table 78: Frequency of Buying Fruits at or Near Worksite
  • Table 79: Frequency of Buying Vegetables at or Near Worksite
  • Table 80: Access to Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at Worksite
  • Table 81: Availability of Worksite Exercise Facilities
  • Table 82: Availability of Employer Provided Physical Activity Benefits
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    Home Neighborhoods

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  • Table 83: Access to Safe Walkways in Home Neighborhood
  • Table 84: Pleasantness of Walkways in Home Neighborhood
  • Table 85: Access to Safe Exercise Facilities in Home Neighborhood
  • Table 86: Convenience of Exercise Facility’s Operation Hours in Home Neighborhood
  • Table 87: Condition of Exercise Facilities in Home Neighborhood
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