Application of Theory of Planned Behavior and Reduction Sugar-sweetened Beverages Behaviors Intention in Adolescents

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Wilasinee Hongsanun
Nithra Kitreerawutiwong

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Chronic diseases are the major cause of death currently. Mostly of individual health risk behaviors are contribute to the development of chronic diseases. Therefore, behavior modification will lead to decrease the prevalence of chronic disease. Inappropriate diet-related chronic disease effect to chronic diseases especially obesity which occurs worldwide and increasing continually. In addition, the trend in sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) intake among adolescents increased. Therefore, behavior modification in reducing SSB need to be considered. In consonant with the literature, it was found that attitude toward SSB, subjective norms, and perceived behavioral control had positive relationships with the intention in reducing SSB intake. It was in line with the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). Adolescent is a period that are surrounded by parent, guardian, and friends. Moreover, adolescent can construct self-control. Thus, an application of TPB will promote adolescents to intent for decreasing SSB that will lead them to have a good health.

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Hongsanun, W., & Kitreerawutiwong, N. (2020). Application of Theory of Planned Behavior and Reduction Sugar-sweetened Beverages Behaviors Intention in Adolescents. JOURNAL OF PHRAPOKKLAO NURSING COLLEGE, 31(2), 240–256. Retrieved from https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pnc/article/view/245400
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