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2009 CalCHEEPS Data Tables

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

  • Background and Documentation: 2009 CalCHEEPS (PDF)  Opens in a new window browser.
  • Fruit and Vegetables Guidelines for 9- to 11-Year-Old Children Based on Age, Gender, and Activity Level, Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2005 (PDF)  Opens in a new browser window. 
  • Table of Contents

  • Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
  • Whole Grain and High Fiber Foods
  • 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
  • Harvest of the Month

  • Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

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

  • Table 1: Healthy Eating Practices Score Among California Children
  • Table 2: Total Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 2a: Total Cups of Fruits and Vegetables Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 3: Breakdown of the Fruits and Vegetables Reported by California Children
  • Table 4: Servings of Fruits, Juices, and Vegetables Consumed by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 5: Range in Number of Servings of Salads Reported per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 6: Range in Number of Servings of Fried Potatoes Reported per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 7: Range in Number of Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 8: Percent of Children who Reported Eating the Recommended Five or More Servings of Fruits and Vegetables on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 8a: Percent of Children Meeting MyPyramid Fruit and Vegetable Recommendations
  • Table 9: Top Ten Most Commonly Consumed Fruits and Vegetables
  • Table 10a: Children's Belief About the Number of Cups of Fruits and Vegetables Needed for Good Health Based on MyPyramid Recommendations
  • Table 11: Cups of Fruits and Vegetables Children Believe Are Needed Compared with Reported Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
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    Whole Grain and High Fiber Foods

    A complete set of Whole Grain and High Fiber Foods data tables (PDF)  

  • Table 14: Breakdown of the High Fiber and Whole Grain Foods Reported by California Children
  • Table 15: Range in the Number of Servings of Dry Beans Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 16: Cereal and High Fiber Cereal Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 17: High Fiber Food Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 78: Range in the Number of Servings of High Fiber Whole Grain Bread Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
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    Milk Products

    A complete set of Milk Products data tables (PDF) 

  • Table 18: Breakdown of the Milk Products Reported by California Children
  • Table 19: Total Servings of Milk Products Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 20: Range in Number of Servings of Dairy Desserts Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 21: Range in Number of Servings of Milk Products Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 22: Range in Number of Servings of Milk Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 23: Type of Milk Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 24: Children's Belief About the Number of Servings of Milk Needed for Good Health
  • Table 25: Glasses of Milk Children Believe Are Needed Compared with Reported Milk Consumption
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    Protein Rich Foods

    A complete set of Protein Rich Foods data tables (PDF)  

  • Table 26: Breakdown of the Protein Rich Foods Reported by California Children 
  • Table 27: Total Servings of Protein Rich Foods Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions 
  • Table 28: Range in Number of Servings of Protein Rich Foods Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions 
  • Table 29: Range in Number of Servings of Beef, Pork and Other Red Meats Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions 
  • Table 30: Range in Number of Servings of Poultry and Fish Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions 
  • Table 31: Range in Number of Servings of Processed Meats Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
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    High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods

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

  • Table 32: Total Servings of High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 33: Breakdown of the Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Reported by California Children
  • Table 34: Range in Number of Servings of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 35: Breakdown of the Sweets Reported by California Children
  • Table 36: Range in the Number of Servings of Sweets Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 37: Breakdown of the High-Fat Snacks Reported by California Children
  • Table 38: Range in Number of Servings of High-Fat Snacks Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 39: Range in Number of Servings of High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods Reported by California Children per Typical Weekday for All Eating Occasions
  • Table 40: Drinking Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Associations with Milk Consumption Among California Children
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    Meals and Out-of-Home Eating

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

  • Table 41: Range in the Number of Meals Children Reported Eating Together with Their Family
  • Table 41a: Proportion of Children who Reported Eating One or More Family Meals Together on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 42: Sources of Food Reported During Weekday Meals and Snacks
  • Table 43: Frequency of Eating School Lunch Served by the Cafeteria During a Typical Week
  • Table 44: Percentage of Children who Reported that Their Schools Served Breakfast, Hot Lunch, and Snacks
  • Table 45: Children Reporting Schools with Vending Machines, Fast Food, Salad Bars, Bake Sales, Teacher Rewards, After School Food and Beverage Sales, Fresh Produce Available in the Cafeteria, and Fresh Produce Tasting in Classrooms
  • Table 46: Children who Reported Eating Meals or Snacks from a Fast Food Restaurant or Food Court on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 47: Relationship of School Breakfast, School Lunch, and Fast Food with Average Servings of Food Types on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 48: Relationship of School Breakfast, School Lunch, and Fast Food with Eating Recommended Foods on a Typical Weekday
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    Physical Activity and Screen Time

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

  • Table 52: Range of Exercise Minutes Reported by Children on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 53: Minutes Reported of Light, Moderate, Vigorous and Total Physical Activity on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 54: Percentage of Children who Reported Meeting the Physical Activity Recommendation on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 55: Mode of Transportation to and from School on a Typical School Day
  • Table 56: Percentage of Children who Reported Walking to School, from School, and Using an Active Mode of Transportation on a Typical Weekday
  • Table 59: Comparison of the Frequency and Amount of Time Spent in School Physical Education Classes Between Children Reporting Any Physical Education and All Children
  • Table 60: Frequency and Amount of Time Spent in School Physical Education Classes by California Children
  • Table 61: Minutes of Screen Time Reported on a Typical Weekday: Television, Video Games, and Computer for Fun
  • Table 62: Amount of Physical Activity Children Believed They Needed for Good Health
  • Table 63: Percentage of Children who Played Sports Outside of Physical Education Classes
  • Table 64: Top Ten Most Common Forms of Exercise or Physical Activity per Typical Weekday for All Occasions
  • Table 65: Frequency of School Physical Education Classes by Average Minutes of Physical Activity
  • Table 75: Range in Days per Week that Children Reported Meeting the Physical Activity Guideline of 60 or More Minutes per Day
  • Table 76: Days of Physical Activity Believed Needed Compared with Actual Activity Level
  • Table 79: Percentage of Children who Reported Having a Television in Their Bedroom
     
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    Weight Status

  • Table 66: Distribution of Overweight Status Among California Children Based on Body Mass Index (PDF)
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    Attitudes and Beliefs

    A complete set of Attitudes and Beliefs data tables (PDF)  

  • Table 67: Percentage of Children Receiving Nutrition or Exercise Lessons from a Teacher, Coach, or Other Instructor
  • Table 68: Parental Factors for Healthy Eating
  • Table 69: Personal, Social, and Environmental Factors for Healthy Eating 
  • Table 70: Parental Factors for Physical Activity
  • Table 71: Personal, Social, and Environmental Factors for Physical Activity
  • Table 72a/b/bb/c/d: Food Consumption Factors Among California Children and Associations with Behavioral Theories
  • Table 73/a/b: Physical Activity Factors Among California Children and Associations with Behavioral Theories
  • Table 74a/b: School Environment Factors Among California Children and Associations with Behavioral Theories
  • Table 80: Participation in Growing Fruits and Vegetables in a Garden
  • Table 81: Social Norms for Eating Fruits and Vegetables
  • Table 82: Fruit and Vegetable Outcome Expectations
  • Table 83: Availability of Fruits and Vegetables in the Home
  • Table 84: Self-Efficacy Related to Eating the Recommended Amounts of Fruits and Vegetables
  • Table 84a: Self-Efficacy Related to Asking and Shopping for Fruits and Vegetables
  • Table 84b: Self-Efficacy Related to Seeking Support to Be Physically Active
  • Table 85: Neighborhood Environmental Factors for Physical Activity
     
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    Power Play! Campaign

    A complete set of Power Play! Campaign data tables (PDF) 

  • Table PP! 3: Proportion of Children who Reported Eating One or More Servings of Fruits and Vegetables by Meal Times and for Snacks
  • Table PP! 3a: Proportion of Children who Reported Eating Half a Cup or More of Fruits and Vegetables by Meal Times and for Snacks
  • Table PP! 5: Percentage of California Children Reporting Awareness of the Power Play! Campaign
  • Table PP! 5c: Distribution of California Children Reporting Points of Contact with the Power Play! Campaign
  • Table PP! 5d: Points of Contact with the Power Play! Campaign and Associations with Fruit and Vegetable Intake and Belief Based on the MyPyramid Recommendations
  • Table PP! 5aa: Top Ranking Power Play! Campaign Exposure Sources Reported by Children
  • Table PP! 5bb: Main Ideas About the Power Play! Campaign Reported by Children
  • Table PP! 6: California Children Reporting Awareness of the Power Play! Campaign and Associations with Fruit and Vegetable Intake
  • Table PP! 6a: California Children Reporting Awareness of the Power Play! Campaign and Associations with Fruit and Vegetable Intake Based on the MyPyramid Recommendations
  • Table PP! 10: Awareness of the Power Play! Campaign and Associations with Dietary Factors: Self-Efficacy
  • Table PP! 11: Awareness of the Power Play! Campaign and Associations with Physical Activity and Screen Time
  • Table PP! 13: Awareness of the Power Play! Campaign and Associations with School Factors: Behavioral Capability and Availability/Environment
     
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    Harvest of the Month

    A complete set of Harvest of the Month data tables (PDF) 

  • Table HOTM 5: Percentage of California Children Reporting Awareness of Harvest of the Month
  • Table HOTM 5aa: Top Ranking Harvest of the Month Exposure Sources Reported by Children
  • Table HOTM 5bb: Main Ideas About Harvest of the Month Reported by Children
  • Table HOTM 5c: Distribution of California Children Reporting Points of Contact with Harvest of the Month
  • Table HOTM 5d: Points of Contact with Harvest of the Month and Associations with Fruit and Vegetable Intake and Belief Based on the MyPyramid Recommendations
  • Table HOTM 6: California Children Reporting Awareness of Harvest of the Month and Associations with Fruit and Vegetable Intake
  • Table HOTM 6a: California Children Reporting Awareness of Harvest of the Month and Associations with Fruit and Vegetable Intake Based on the MyPyramid Recommendations
  • Table HOTM 10: Awareness of Harvest of the Month and Associations with Dietary Factors: Outcome Expectations, Self-Efficacy, and Availability/Environment
  • Table HOTM 11: Awareness of Harvest of the Month and Associations with Physical Activity and Screen Time
  • Table HOTM 13: Awareness of Harvest of the Month and Associations with School Factors: Behavioral Capability and Availability/Environment
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