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    Göransson, David
    et al.
    Kristianstad University, School of Education and Environment.
    Lundström, Emma
    Kristianstad University, School of Education and Environment.
    Bönor i skolmaten: en pilotstudie i att öka konsumtionen av baljväxter i grundskolan2014Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Beans have been proven to habit many healthy qualities, such as a profitable distribution of macro nutrients and water, low contents of calories, low share of fat, presence of slow carbohydrates and important minerals. In addition, Livsmedelsverket (the Swedish National Food Agency) recommends a fourfold increase of the intake of legume for the Swedish population. By partly replacing animal protein with protein from legumes, Livsmedelsverket claim that the intake of saturated fatty acids and superfluous energy may decrease, and thereby reduce the risk to develop obesity or cardiac diseases.The purpose of the study was to examine what attitude a group of elementary school students have towards legumes, with a focus on beans and lentils, and to examine how much beans and lentils they eat in the current situation. The study also want to test if the student can get a more positive attitude towards beans and lentils if they are exposed to different meal accessories based on beans during this period. Envelopes were sent out before and after the experiment, measuring the differences in attitude toward legumes among the students, with questions towards their attitude to legumes and vegetarian food.The results showed an improved attitude towards legumes. The compiled result of the study showed a positive change of attitude amongst the students. Increasing the consumption of legumes requires new ideas in the creating of attractive dishes and side meals, and this study provides several examples of how to continue the work in future projects.

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