Department of Home Economics
The increase in the number of older people in South Dakota as well as in the population of the nation as a whole has' emphasized the need for study of the food habits of individuals as they grow older.
This interview-survey of the food habits of 339 South Dakota women 30 years or older selected by area sampling was conducted in the summer and fall of 1949. The interview schedule included information about the woman's family, activities, and general health as well as a 24-hour dietary recall. A general description of South Dakota women and their food habits can be derived from the data collected.
South Dakota women food habits, South Dakota women eating habits, South Dakota women nutrition
South Dakota Experiment Station, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts
Burrill, L. M. and Alsup, B., "Food Habits of South Dakota Women" (1955). Research Bulletins of the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (1887-2011). 451.