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The aim of the work was to form ideas about rational nutrition as an element of ecological education of students by studying and discussing their eating behavior in relation to foods rich in vitamin D using quantitative descriptor-profile analysis. Quantitative descriptor-profile analysis showed that the "poorest" profiles have foods with the highest vitamin D. Thus, foods with a high vitamin D content do not fall into the circle of students' dietary preferences. The results of the surveydoi:10.1051/bioconf/20214002003 fatcat:5r774u2r2jakhdokwa3vlii3v4