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TADA Yuki

Associate Professor

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  • The University of Tokyo   Graduate School, Division of Medical Sciences   Doctor Course   Completed

    2003.04 - 2006.03

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    Country:Japan

  • The University of Tokyo   Graduate School, Division of Medical Sciences   Master Course   Completed

    2001.04 - 2003.03

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    Country:Japan

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  • 博士(保健学) ( 2006.03   東京大学 )

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  • Tokyo University of Agriculture   Faculty of Applied Bio-Science   Department of Nutritional Science   Assistant Professor

    2008.10 - 2018.03

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture   Faculty of Applied Bio-Science   Department of Nutritional Science   Associate Professor

    2018.04

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  • 日本小児栄養研究会

    2023

  • 日本小児保健協会

    2023

  • American Society for Nutrition

    2021.05

  • 日本循環器管理研究協議会

    2010.04

  • 日本体力医学会

    2009.01

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  • Comparison between gait characteristics in a free-living situation and in-laboratory walking among Japanese university students

    Sato Hina, Ishikawa-Takata Kazuko, Tada Yuki, Hida Azumi

    Research in Exercise Epidemiology   advpub ( 0 )   2024

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    <b>Objective</b>: To evaluate free-living gait characteristics in comparison with in-laboratory walking among Japanese university students.
    <br><b>Methods</b>: Gait characteristics (walking speed, step length, and cadence) were measured in a laboratory setting and a free-living situation. In both settings, the gait characteristics were assessed using motion sensors attached to both ankles. In the laboratory setting, subjects walked on a circular course for 5 minutes while maintaining their natural walking speed, which was assessed in 5-m walking tests. In a free-living situation, subjects were asked to wear the devices for 1 week. Frequencies of values higher than, the same as, and lower than the data measured in the laboratory were calculated for the free-living data. The effect of footwear type was also examined in a free-living situation.
    <br><b>Results</b>: Eight healthy university students (age: 22.1 ± 0.4 years, six female subjects) completed the study. During the free-living period, the frequencies of slower walking speed, shorter step length, and slower cadence compared with the in-laboratory period were 79.4 ± 14.6%, 69.8 ± 25.3%, and 73.4 ± 15.6%, respectively. Walking speed, step length, and cadence were significantly lower when subjects wore slippers compared with other footwears.
    <br><b>Conclusion</b>: Healthy Japanese university students’ walking speed, step length, and cadence during free-living were lower compared with the in-laboratory setting. This suggests that the evaluation of walking in an in-laboratory setting may not reflect free-living walking among university students.

    DOI: 10.24804/ree.2309

  • Relationship between Opportunities to Participate in Meal Preparation and Dietary Balance among Preschool Children : A Study of Lifestyle Changes during the COVID-19 Pandemic Reviewed

    Tada Yuki, Ueda Yukari, Sasaki Kemal, Sugiura Shiro, Suzuki Mieko, Akiyama Yuka, Haraikawa Mayu, Funayama Hiromi, Eto Kumi

    Journal of Japanese Society of Shokuiku   17 ( 4 )   179 - 190   2023.10

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    <p>This study aimed to determine whether participation in meal preparation or increased the opportunities to participate in meal preparation during the pandemic were related to dietary balance, including chronological relationships. An online cross-sectional survey was conducted in February 2021 among individuals registered with a company that provides meals to children aged 2−6 years. The survey gathered data on children’s eating behavior and lifestyle, and the current situation and changes following the COVID-19 outbreak. The 1878 participants were categorized into two groups: those with and without opportunities to be involved in meal preparation for the post-COVID-19 current analysis (n=1056 and 822, respectively) and those with an increase (n=478) and those with no change (n=1400) for the analysis of change compared to the pre-COVID-19 analysis. Multiple regression analyses were performed with the healthy diet score (HDS) as the dependent variable. Even after adjustments for lifestyle habits and household circumstances, opportunities to be involved in meal preparation were positively correlated with the secondary indicators included in HDS. Furthermore, the changed HDS was higher in the group whose opportunities to be involved in meal preparation increased during the pandemic. Therefore, adopting opportunities to be involved in meal preparation may lead to a more balanced diet.</p>

    DOI: 10.14986/shokuiku.17.179

  • Feasibility Study of the Draft Japanese Nutrient Profile Model to Support Healthy Eating Behaviors: A Cross-sectional Study Focusing on the Motivation of Behavioral Change Reviewed

    Tada Yuki, Yoshizaki Takahiro, Yokoyama Yuri, Takebayashi Jun, Okada Emiko, Takimoto Hidemi, Ishimi Yoshiko

    The Japanese Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics   81 ( 5 )   246 - 259   2023.10

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    <p><b>Objective:</b> To assess the feasibility of the draft Japanese Nutrient Profile (NP) model, we developed informational materials about its utilization, and conducted Internet research to identify issues and needs according to the motivation of behavioral change.</p><p><b>Methods:</b> We developed the informational materials (4 pages, 1 A3-sided sheet) based on the NP model, as well as materials from other countries. An online cross-sectional survey was conducted among 3,000 Japanese consumers aged 18 years or older. The age, sex, and regional distribution of the participants, as well as their motivation for behavioral change, were similar to those of the National census and the National Health and Nutrition survey, respectively. The participants read the informational materials and were asked how such materials would affect their food purchasing behavior. Based on the participants' current motivation for behavioral change, they were divided into three groups: not interested (<i>n</i> = 1,187), intend to improve (<i>n</i> = 1,465), and recognition of no problem with own eating behavior (<i>n</i> = 348).</p><p><b>Results:</b> More than 90% of the respondents found the informational materials easy to understand. The number of respondents who answered that the symbols that warned against overconsumption would influence their food purchasing behavior was greater for all food groups among the group with the intention to improve, accounting for approximately 70%, in contrast to only about 40% among those who were not motivated.</p><p><b>Conclusions:</b> Our results indicated that the food labeling based on the NP model might influence consumers' healthy eating behaviors, especially among those who intend to improve their eating behaviors.</p>

    DOI: 10.5264/eiyogakuzashi.81.246

  • Association of breakfast skipping with habitual dietary intake and BMI in female rotating shift workers Reviewed International journal

    Takahiro Yoshizaki, Taiki Komatsu, Yuki Tada and Fumiharu Togo

    Public Health Nutrition   1 - 10   2023.04

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    Breakfast skipping on workdays may contribute to a difference in dietary intake and BMI between RS workers and DS workers and may increase BMI in RS workers, independent of dietary intake.

    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1368980023000794

  • A Basic Study for the Development of a Japanese Nutrient Profile Model to Support the Practice of Healthy Eating Behavior Invited Reviewed

    Tada Yuki, Yoshizaki Takahiro, Yokoyama Yuri, Takebayashi Jun, Okada Emiko, Takimoto Hidemi, Ishimi Yoshiko

    Nippon Eiyo Shokuryo Gakkaishi   76 ( 1 )   27 - 32   2023

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    <p>A nutrient profile model (NP model) ranks foods according to their nutritional composition, allowing individuals to make well-informed dietary choices. In other countries, the application of NP models is reportedly associated with healthier food choices and health indicators. We examined a NP model applicable to the Japanese population for processed foods and preparing dishes. Considering the nutrition status of the Japanese population, we proposed that the model should target those aged 18 years or older. A category-specific model was adopted with setting thresholds to avoid overconsumption of total fat, saturated fat, sodium or salt equivalent, and energy for processed foods and prepared foods. We set the nutrient criteria for the proposed model and determined thresholds for each food category. In order to set the salt threshold for each dish, we conducted secondary analyses of the 2014‐2018 National Health and Nutrition Survey. The food groups according to dish type were compared between “high salt” consumers and “adequate” consumers. Furthermore, we conducted an online cross-sectional feasibility survey among 3,000 consumers. Here we describe the development procedure and feasibility of the proposed Japanese NP model to support the practice of healthy eating behavior.</p>

    DOI: 10.4327/jsnfs.76.27

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Books and Other Publications 【 display / non-display

  • 管理栄養士養成のための栄養学教育モデル・コア・カリキュラム準拠 第9巻 栄養教育論 多様な場での展開と実践

    日本栄養改善学会監修/赤松利恵・木村典代編( Role: Contributor)

    医歯薬出版株式会社  2022.03 

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  • 子どもの食と栄養 第2版 保育現場で活かせる食の基本

    太田百合子、堤ちはる編著( Role: Contributor)

    羊土社  2020.09 

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  • 管理栄養士講座 栄養教育論

    中村丁次、外山健二、笠原賀子編著( Role: Contributor)

    建帛社  2020.03 

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  • 子どもの食と栄養 改訂3版

    全国社会福祉協議会/新保育士養成講座編纂委員会( Role: Contributor)

    全国社会福祉協議会  2018.05 

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  • カレント栄養教育論

    杉山みち子、赤松利恵、桑野稔子編著( Role: Contributor)

    建帛社  2016.05 

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  • 日本版栄養プロファイルモデルの提案と課題 Invited

    石見佳子, 竹林純, 横山友里, 吉﨑貴大, 岡田恵美子, 多田由紀, 瀧本秀美

    肥満研究   28 ( 2 )   70 - 75   2022.09

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  • ごはんを基準とした各種食品のグリセミック・インデックス

    若木陽子、杉山みち子、多田由紀

    食品と化学   53 ( 11 )   68 - 81   2011.11

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    食品のGI測定方法、栄養教育への応用、海外の研究動向等を解説した。

  • 新体操選手のスポーツ貧血発現予防を目的とした「肉料理教室」の有効性

    川野因,山田美恵子,木皿久美子,小久保友貴,近藤珠里,森佳子,目加田優子,長谷川祐子,多田由紀他

    財団法人伊藤記念財団平成20年度食肉に関する助成研究調査報告書Vol.27   2009.12

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    新体操選手を対象に調理実習を主とした「肉類を利用した食生活のすすめ教室」を開催し,調理実習が選手の肉類摂取状況,およびたんぱく質摂取量,動物性たんぱく質摂取量,体内鉄栄養状態に及ぼす影響について検討した。

  • 保健・医療サービス等における栄養ケアの基盤的研究

    須永美幸,杉山みち子,市川陽子,Charlette Gallagher-Allred,伊藤薫,(他7名),多田由紀

    厚生労働科学研究費補助金(循環器疾患等生活習慣病対策総合研究事業)報告書(主任研究者 須永美幸)   2009.03

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    担当箇所「米国の大学・大学院における栄養専門職の先進的な教育事例に関する研究」

  • 介護保険制度における栄養ケア・マネジメント事業評価に関する研究

    多田 由紀

    厚生労働科学研究費補助金(長寿科学総合研究事業)報告書(主任研究者 杉山みち子)   2009.03

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    介護保険制度改正に伴って導入された栄養ケア・マネジメント業務の3年目の事業評価を行った。
    協力研究者として、資料作成等を行った。
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Honours, Awards and Prizes 【 display / non-display

  • 日本食育学会論文賞

    2024.07   日本食育学会   幼児における食事づくりに関わる機会と食事バランスの関連 ~COVID-19感染拡大後の生活変化における検討~

    多田由紀(東京農業大学)・上田由香理・佐々木渓円・杉浦至郎 鈴木美枝子・秋山有佳・祓川摩有・船山ひろみ・衞藤久美

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    Award type:Award from Japanese society, conference, symposium, etc. 

  • 日本食育学会奨励賞

    2022.06   日本食育学会  

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    Award type:Award from Japanese society, conference, symposium, etc.  Country:Japan

  • Highly Commended Non English Speaking background Poster (International Congress of Dietetics)

    2012.09   International Congress of Dietetics   Association between dietary habits and autonomic nerve activity among female rotating shift workers in healthcare facilities for the elderly

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    Award type:Award from international society, conference, symposium, etc.  Country:Australia

Scientific Research Funds Acquisition Results 【 display / non-display

  • 自律神経活動を指標とした女性の健康状態に食生活改善が及ぼす効果の検証

    2014.04 - 2016.03

    科学研究費補助金  若手研究(B)

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    月経周期に伴う食事、夜間睡眠状況の変動を明らかにし、食事改善が夜間睡眠状況に及ぼす効果を明らかにする。

  • 朝食摂取が自律神経活動に及ぼす影響の検討

    2011.04 - 2013.03

    科学研究費補助金  若手研究(B)

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    朝食欠食と集中力や学力との関連を主観的な評価指標を用いて検討した研究は多くみられるが、客観的で生理学的な評価指標を用いた研究は不足している。心電図RR 間隔に基づく心拍変動を測定し、そこから算出される自律神経活動は、睡眠・覚醒リズム、集中力などと関連することが近年報告された。よって、朝食欠食が自律神経活動に及ぼす影響を検討することは、サーカディアンリズムや集中力の客観的な評価に有用である可能性がある。そこで、朝食摂取状況の違いによる自律神経活動の違いを検討することにより、朝食を摂取する意義を明らかにすることを本研究の目的とする。

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  • 乳幼児身体発育調査の統計学的解析及び乳幼児の発育・発達、栄養状態の評価に関する研究

    2024.04 - 2026.03

    こども家庭行政推進調査事業費補助金(成育疾患克服等次世代育成基盤研究事業) 

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  • 妊産婦の栄養・食生活の実態把握と効果的な支援のための研究 

    2024.04 - 2026.03

    こども家庭科学研究費補助金(成育疾患克服等次世代育成基盤研究事業) 

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  • 乳幼児の栄養方法等の実態把握等に関する研究

    2022.04 - 2025.03

    こども家庭庁  こども家庭行政推進調査事業費補助金(成育疾患克服等次世代育成基盤研究事業) 

    瀧本秀美

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  • 乳幼児の発育・発達、栄養状態の簡易な評価手法の検討に関する研究

    2021.04 - 2024.03

    厚生労働省  厚生労働行政推進調査事業費補助金(成育疾患克服等次世代育成基盤研究事業) 

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  • 幼児期の健やかな発育のための栄養・食生活支援に向けた効果的な展開のための研究

    2020.04 - 2022.03

    厚生労働省  厚生労働行政推進調査事業費補助金成育疾患克服等次世代育成基盤研究事業 

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Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • 小学校低学年児童における外遊び頻度と生活習慣の関連

    多田由紀,古庄律,砂見綾香,横山友里,佐々木和登,五味達之祐,藤田大介,松下紗也,日田安寿美,川野因

    第62回日本栄養改善学会学術総会  2015.09 

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  • The impact of menstrual cycle phase on cardiac autonomic nervous system and diet in collegiate woman International conference

    Yuki Tada, Takahiro Yoshizaki, Ayaka Sunami, Yuri Yokoyama, Jun Yasuda, Ayumi Nakai, Kazuto Sasaki, Azumi Hida, Yukari Kawano

    12th Asian Congress of Nutrition  2015.05 

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  • 小学校一年生児童および保護者の野菜摂取量と生活習慣・食意識の関連

    多田由紀,古庄律,吉崎貴大,砂見綾香,横山友里,安田純,中井あゆみ,佐々木和登,日田安寿美,川野因

    第61回日本栄養改善学会学術総会  2014.09 

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    Event date: 2014.09

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  • 女子大学生の月経周期に伴う自律神経活動と食事の変動

    多田由紀,吉崎貴大,砂見綾香,横山友里,安田純,中井あゆみ,日田安寿美,川野因

    第68回日本栄養・食糧学会  2014.05 

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  • Association between dietary habits and autonomic nerve activity among female rotating shift workers in healthcare facilities for the elderly International conference

    Yuki Tada, Yukari Kawano, Takahiro Yoshizaki, Taiki Komatsu, 他6名.

    16th International Congress of Dietetics  2012.09 

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Committee Memberships 【 display / non-display

  • 日本小児栄養研究会   運営委員  

    2024   

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  • 日本小児保健協会   編集委員  

    2024   

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  • 日本食育学会   食育プラットフォーム検討・推進委員  

    2023.07   

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  • 日本健康・栄養システム学会   編集委員  

    2023.07   

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  •   (厚生労働省令和4年度子ども・子育て支援推進調査研究事業)児童福祉施設等における栄養管理や食事の提供の支援に関する調査研究検討委員会委員  

    2022.07 - 2023.03   

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