Dietary surveys of the boarding house of a blind school were carried out in the summer and autumn of 1962, and in the autumn of 1963. At the boarding house, the lunch was being supplemented with skim milk and bread in week clays, but no supplementation was done on saturdays and sundays. From the comparison of the nutrient intake between the days having the different types of lunches, the following results were concluded: 1) Deficiency of both the nutrient and the food intakes were seen in most of the items compared with their recommended allowance, however, these intakes were fairely good compared with mean values for Japanese people, particularly in those items of calcium, vitamin A, vitamin B2, and cereals and milk. 2) The intake of total protein, animal protain, fat, calcium, vitamin A, B2, C, and of milk, fat and oil and the other vegetables were significantly larger in the days having lunch with the supplementation compared with those of no supplementation. 3) On the contrary, the intakes of caloric, carbohydrate and niacin, and of cereals and “shoyu” were larger in the days when they had lunch without the supplementation than those with the supplementation, and the differences of carbohydrate, cereals and “shoyu” intakes were statistically significant.
1. 育児に関するR. M. R. は, 坐ったまま, 子供を抱いている時が最も低く0.13である。また子供を背負っての階段昇降は5.29と最も高い。 2. 被験者3名のうち, それぞれ育児に関するR. M. R. の平均をみると, Mは1.13 (とくにゆっくりした動作の習慣あり) Tは1.35, Aは2人の子持ちのため, とくに3才児のお守りのため平均R. M. R. が高く1.68であり, 3者の平均R. M. R. は1.39, 表3の平均値と下線のもの計14項目の平均は1.38であった。都内に居住する主婦の育児に関するR. M. R. は平均して1.4といえる。 3. 1950年福原丈吉測定の育児のR. M. R. の平均は1.6であったか, 筆者の実測平均R. M. R. 1.4と0.2低い値であった。約15年間の時の流れが, 住まいの変化, 合理化の意識と実践, 主婦が無理を強いられないで, ゆっくり自分のペースに合わせて仕事をするなどに原因があるのではないかと考えられる。 4. 生活時間調査では都市に住む主婦の育児に要する時間は5時間49分, 他県では, この半分の時間しか使っていない,
The results of analysis on Castilla in Nagasaki were as follows. (1) Components: Calcium, Phosphorus, Moisture, Protein, Fat, Carbohydrate and Ash. The results of analysis showed that they contained a great amount of calcium and protein. The contents themselves were much more than that in Standard Tables of Japanese Food Composition. Therefore it seems that they are manufactured from a lot of eggs. (2) Staling The results of measurement on staling, the specific volumes mostly showed a good result.
Pupils' state of eating school-lunch was investigated. And it's investigation was tried among 1199 pupils, who were in the grade from first to sixth year of eleven primary schools in Hiroshima City. The results were as follows:- The ratio of the pupils who left bread, margarine, and milk uneaten was about 20%. As the main reasons why they left them, following problems have been depicted; too-much in quantity and its bad quality. It is desired that bills of fare should be made out, taking pupils' health-and palatal-conditions into consideration, and cookings should naturally be contrived.