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1998-2008 CalTEENS Trend Data Tables

The 2008 California Teen Eating, Exercise and Nutrition Survey (CalTEENS) data tables provide detailed information over the past ten years about California adolescents. CalTEENS trend tables cover dietary intake and practices; physical and sedentary activity, as well as factors that influence these behaviors, such as out-of-home eating, school environment, body weight status, and food security.

 For more information regarding the CalTEENS trend tables, contact Carolyn Rider, MA, at Carolyn.Rider@cdph.ca.gov.

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Table of Contents

Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Milk Products
High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods and Beverages
Meals and Out-of-Home Eating
Physical Activity and Screen Time
Weight Status
School Environment
Food Security and Food Assistance


Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

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  • Trend Table 2: Mean Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Reported on the Previous Day by California Adolescents
  • Trend Table 5: Proportion of California Adolescents Who Ate the Recommended Servings of Fruits and Vegetables
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    Milk Products

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  • Trend Table 16: Mean Servings of Milk Products, Including Cheese and Yogurt, Reported Consumed on the Previous Day by California Adolescents
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    High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods and Beverages

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  • Trend Table 27: Consumption of More than One Serving of High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods and Beverages Among California Adolescents
  • Trend Table 68: Mean Servings of Soda and Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Consumed on the Previous Day by California Adolescents
  • Trend Table 69: Proportion of California Adolescents Reporting Drinking Soda or Sweetened Beverages on the Previous Day
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     Meals and Out of Home Eating

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  • Trend Table 34: Proportion of California Adolescents Reporting Consumption of Fast Food the Previous Day
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    Physical Activity and Screen Time

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  • Trend Table 39: Proportion of California Adolescents Reporting Taking Physical Education in School
  • Trend Table 40a: Proportion of California Adolescents Who Watch More Than 120 Minutes of Television on Schooldays
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    Weight Status

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  • Trend Table 45: Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity Among California Adolescents Based on Body Mass Index
  • Trend Table 45a: Prevalence of Obesity Among California Adolescents Based on Body Mass Index
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    School Environment

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  • Trend Table 71a: Proportion of California Adolescents Reporting Fast Food in School
  • Trend Table 71b: Proportion of California Adolescents Reporting School Has a Student Store with High Calorie, Low Nutrient Food
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    Food Security and Food Assistance

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  • Trend Table 29: California Adolescents Reporting Going Hungry in Last 12 Months Because Family Could Not Afford to Buy Food
  • Trend Table 90: California Adolescents Reporting Household Food Stamp Participation
  • Trend Table 90a: California Adolescents Reporting Free or Reduced Price School Breakfast Participation
  • Trend Table 90b: California Adolescents Reporting Free or Reduced Price School Lunch Participation
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    Web content last updated: February 2014.

     

     
     
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