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Japanese Journal of Health Education and Promotion
Objective: This study aimed to determine the relation between the "Japanese well-balanced diet," composed of grain, vegetables, and main dish, and other eating behaviors among Japanese male workers. Methods: In this cross-sectional study, questionnaire data were collected from ₄₄₇ home-delivery service drivers in Tokyo, Japan, in June ₂₀₁₆. The data comprised information on eating behaviors, including "How often do you have a well-balanced diet per a week?" We also analyzed data from ₃₆₀ maledoi:10.11260/kenkokyoiku.26.238 fatcat:mnnmw25bkzcrpoug5gkhdf3szy