Unhealthy Eating Habits Amongst Teenagers
Good day, we are a group of students from Catholic Junior College who are conducting a survey to fulfill a part of our Project Work coursework. Please do this survey if you are a parent with children aged 13-15 years old.

This survey gives us a clearer understanding of the reasons teenagers aged 13-15 years old have unhealthy eating habits.

Your individual responses & identifies will be kept confidential, and be only used in aggregate form for academic purposes.

This survey should take you no more than 5 minutes to complete.

We Look Forward To Your Responses, Thank You!
Do you know what a healthy diet for children consists of? *
How often do you take your kids to eat fast food? (Before circuit breaker) *
Do you often remind your child/children about the importance of having a healthy diet? (E.g. Sharing why specific foods are bought, pointing out labels such as Healthier Choice while grocery shopping etc.) *
Are majority of meals in your household: *
If you chose option 1 "Homecooked", are “Healthier Choice” foods frequently cooked?
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If you chose Option 2 "Bought outside", would you consider the purchased meals healthy?
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What type of meal below $10SGD would you buy for your children? *
Which do you think is more costly in general? *
Does your child practise healthy eating habits at home? If so, can you name at least one healthy eating habit he or she exhibits at home? *
How often do you make it a point to buy healthy food? If so, does your child often refuse to eat it? *
Our group has proposed that we create a guide catered to parents on how to incorporate some healthy food in their children's diet to make it more appealing. We plan to do this by teaching different methods like disguising the taste of healthy food in children's meals etc. Do you think that this proposed solution will be effective in helping young children (aged 13-15) pick up new healthy eating habits? *
Why or why not? *
Our group has proposed another solution targeted at children (aged 13-15) only. It is a mobile game with various daily tasks that teaches and promotes healthy eating habits to them. It will be based upon an honesty system. Daily tasks could vary such as following recipes of healthy meals, switching junk food for a healthy snack for a day or even cook a healthy meal with his/her family. Do you think that this proposed solution will be effective in helping young children pick up new healthy eating habits? *
Why or Why not? *
How else do you think we can help/support promoting healthy eating habits to young children/teenagers (aged 13-15)? *
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