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2007 California Dietary Practices Survey (CDPS) Data Table

The 2007 CDPS data tables provided on this website highlight fifteen areas related to dietary practices and physical activity: (1) Healthy Eating Practices; Consumption of (2) Fruits and Vegetables, (3) Whole Grains, High Fiber and Beans, (4) Dairy Products, (5) High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods; (6) Eating Out; (7) Physical Activity; (8) Body Weight; (9) Food Shopping; (10) Knowledge and Attitudes; (11) Food Stamps and Food Security; (12) Worksites; (13) Home Neighborhoods; and (14) Policy.  The sample size for the 2007 CDPS was 1,468 adults.  Interpretations of these tables are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the California Department of Public Health or the Public Health Institute. Please note, table names can change from between years, please refer to table name for historical reference.

For more information regarding the CDPS survey, contact Amanda Linares, MS at Amanda.Linares@cdph.ca.gov

Table of Contents

  • Healthy Eating Practices
  • Fruits and Vegetables
  • Whole Grains, High Fiber, and Beans
  • Dairy Products
  • High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods
  • Eating Out
  • Physical Activity
  • Body Weight
  • Food Shopping  
  • Knowledge and Attitudes
  • Food Stamps/Food Security
  • Worksites
  • Home Neighborhoods
  • Policy
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    Healthy Eating Practices

    A complete set of Healthy Eating Practices data tables (PDF)  Opens in a new browser window.  

  • Table 1: Proportion of California Adults who Ate Foods Recommended for Good Health
  • Table 2: Proportion of California Adults who Did Not Eat Selected Foods Recommended for Good Health
  • Table 5: Healthy Eating Practices Score (HEPS) (Trend)
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    Fruits and Vegetables

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  • Table 6: Consumption of at Least One Fruit and/or Vegetable
  • Table 7: Average Number of Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Eaten by Adults (Trend)
  • Table 8: Average Number of Servings of Fruits and Juices Eaten By Adults (Trend)
  • Table 9: Average Number of Servings of Vegetables and Salads Eaten By Adults (Trend)
  • Table 10: Average Number of Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Eaten by Adults
  • Table 12: Percent of Adults Eating 5+ Servings of Fruits and Vegetables (Trend)
  • Table 12a: Consumption of at Least Three Vegetables and Two Fruits
  • Table 13: Range of Fruit and Vegetable Servings
  • Table 14: Percent of Adults Eating Two or Fewer Servings of Fruits and Vegetables (Trend)
  • Table 16: Percent Thinking Five or More Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Should Be Eaten Every Day for Good Health (Trend)
  • Table 17: Range in Cups of Fruits and Vegetables Heard for Good Health
  • Table 19: Belief About Whether Eating the Right Amount of Fruits and Vegetables Now
  • Table 22: Why Californians Are Not Eating More Fruits and Vegetables
  • Table 26: Adults who Have Worked in a Garden
  • Cross Tab 27: Worked in Garden By Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
  • Cross Tab 31a: Think Eat the Right Amount of Fruits and Vegetables by Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Eaten
  • Cross Tab 31b: Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Thought Should be Eaten by Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Eaten
  • Cross Tab 32: Ate Five or More Servings of Fruits and Vegetables by Weight Status
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    Whole Grains, High Fiber, and Beans

    A complete set of Whole Grains, High Fiber, and Beans data tables (PDF)  Opens in a new browser window. 

  • Table 34: Consumption of Whole Grain Breads or Whole Wheat Tortillas
  • Table 35: Consumption of Breakfast Cereals
  • Table 36: Consumption of High Fiber Cereals
  • Table 37: Consumption of Beans (Trend)
  • Table 38: Consumption of Both Whole Grain Breads/Whole Wheat Tortillas and High Fiber Cereal (Trend)
  • Table 39: Consumption of No Whole Grain Breads/Whole Wheat Tortillas, High Fiber Cereal, or Beans (Trend)
  • Table 40: Consumption of Whole Grain Breads, High Fiber Cereal, or Both
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    Dairy Products

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  • Table 41: Consumption of Any Milk (Trend)
  • Table 43: Consumption of Whole Milk (out of Milk Drinkers) (Trend)
  • Table 44: Consumption of Low Fat Milk (out of Milk Drinkers) (Trend)
  • Table 45: Consumption of Cheese
  • Table 47: Consumption of Yogurt
  • Table 48: Consumption of Soy
  • Table 51: Consumption of Milk, Yogurt, or Cheese (At least two different items)
  • Table 52: Consumption of No Milk, Yogurt, or Cheese (Trend)
  • Table 53: Consumption of Milk, Any Milk and by Type
  • Table 54: Range of Servings of Milk Consumed
  • Cross Tab 55: Milk Products by Recommendations Heard
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    High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods

    A complete set of High Calorie, Low Nutrient data tables (PDF)  Opens in a new browser window. 

  • Table 58: Consumption of Deep-Fried Foods (Trend)
  • Table 59: Consumption of Chips and Other Fried Snack Foods (Trend)
  • Table 60: Consumption of High Fat Sweets and Breakfast Pastries
  • Table 61: Consumption of Soda
  • Table 61a: Consumption of Soda (Trend)
  • Table 62a: Consumption of High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods
  • Table 62b:  Percent of Californians who Ate High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods
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    Eating Out

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  • Table 63: Percent of Eating Out that Was in Fast Food Restaurants (out of Those Eating Out) (Trend)
  • Cross Tab 64a: Eating Out by Consumption of Healthy Foods
  • Cross Tab 64b: Eating Out by Consumption of Less Healthy Foods
  • Table 65: Percent who Ate At Least One Meal Out (Trend)
  • Table 66: Consumption of Fast Food
  • Table 139: Meals from Fast Food Restaurants in the Past Week
  • Table 142: Percent who Ask About Calorie Information for Menu Items
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    Physical Activity

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  • Table 70: Range of Days and Mean Minutes Heard Recommended for Physical Activity
  • Table 71: Participation in 150 Minutes or More Moderate or Vigorous Physical Activity a Week
  • Table 72: Participation in 75 Minutes or More Vigorous Physical Activity a Week
  • Cross Tab 73: Days Heard Recommended by Days Active
  • Table 74: Any Physical Activity Participation in the Past Month
  • Table 75: Participation in Recommended Physical Activity
  • Table 75a: Adults Engaging in 30 Minutes of Physical Activity Five Days a Week (Trend)
  • Table 77: Level of Activity At Work
  • Table 78: Main Reasons For Not Being More Physically Active
  • Cross Tab 79: Californians who Participated in 30 or More Minutes of Moderate or Vigorous Physical Activity at Least Five Days per Week by Weight Status
  • Cross Tab 80: Californians who Participated in 30 or More Minutes of Moderate or Vigorous Physical Activity at least Six Days a Week by Weight Status
  • Table 135: Time Spent Watching Television
  • Table 135a: Television Watching and Physical Activity Barriers
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    Body Weight

    A complete set of Body Weight data tables (PDF)   Opens in a new browser window.

  • Table 81: Weight Status (Based on Body Mass Index)
  • Table 81a: Weight Status (Based on Body Mass Index)
  • Table 81b: Weight Status (Trend)
  • Table 81c: Mean Body Mass Index (BMI)
  • Table 82: Opinion of Weight Status
  • Cross Tab 83: Actual Weight Status by Perceived Weight Status
  • Table 84: Percent Trying to Lose Weight and Method Used
  • Table 85: Percent who Lost Weight and Maintained Weight Loss
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    Food Shopping

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  • Table 89: Frequency of Grocery Shopping by California Adults
  • Table 90: Awareness of Nutrition Information in the Produce Section
  • Table 91: Use of Nutrition Information in the Produce Section
  • Table 143: Promotional Items Encouraging Purchase of More Fruits and Vegetables
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    Knowledge and Attitude

    A complete set of Knowledge and Attitude data tables (PDF)  Opens in a new browser window.  

  • Table 103: Message Exposure Through Television Advertisements About 5 A Day and Healthy Eating Behaviors
  • Cross Tab 105: Awareness of Television Advertisements by Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
  • Table 107: Heard of the Network for a Healthy California
  • Cross Tab 108: Heard of Network for a Healthy California by Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
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    Food Stamps/Food Security (Adults w/ Household Income < $35,000)

    A complete set of Food Stamps/Food Security data tables (PDF)  Opens in a new browser window. 

  • Table 109: Californians who Used Food Stamps
  • Table 110: Californians who Bought Food, but it Did Not Last
  • Table 111: Californians who Couldn't Afford Balanced Meals
  • Table 112: Californians who Skipped Meals and How Often
  • Table 136: Californians who Ate Less Because of No Money
  • Table 137: Californians who Were Hungry Because of No Money
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    Worksites

    A complete set of Worksites data tables (PDF)  Opens in a new browser window. 

  • Table 113: Buy Fruits at or near Worksite
  • Table 114: Buy Vegetables at or near Worksite
  • Table 115: Access to Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at Worksite
  • Table 116: Access to Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at Restaurant Near Worksite
  • Table 117: Access to Fresh or Dried Fruits in Worksite Vending Machines
  • Table 118: Availability of Worksite Exercise Facilities
  • Table 119: Availability of Employer Provided Physical Activity Benefits
  • Table 144: Farmer's Market , Produce Delivery, or Produce Snacks Provided by Worksite
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    Home Neighborhoods

    A complete set of Home Neighborhoods data tables (PDF)  Opens in a new browser window. 

  • Table 120: Access to Safe Walkways in Home Neighborhood
  • Table 121: Pleasant Walkways in Home Neighborhood
  • Table 122: Access to Safe Exercise Facilities in Home Neighborhood
  • Table 125: Rules Limiting the Amount of Junk Food in the House
  • Table 126: Rules Limiting Eating at Fast Food Restaurants
  • Table 127: Rules Limiting Amount of Time Children Watch Television
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    Policy

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  • Table 130: California Adults in Favor of Local Government Regulating New Fast Food Restaurants
  • Table 131: California Adults in Favor of Restricting Fast Food Company Advertising
  • Table 145:  Adults with Health Insurance Offering Reduced Premium for Weight Loss or Physical Activity 
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    Last modified on: 7/12/2012 1:35 PM