Nutritional Status and Mark on the Diet of Children Population on School Age


  • Dijana Jovanoska English Department
  • Ilija K. Ilijoski


Objectives: Represent and compare the nutritional status, nutrition of children population on school age, following and prevention of malnutrition, risk of fattening and overweight of school age children. The main objective of this thesis is evaluation of the nutritional status in relation to the age of children. Additional objectives are detection of the malnutrition state or fattening as a risk of appearance of chronicle diseases. Material and methods: Thesis is a result of systematic planed gathering, analysis and interpretation of the data conducted on the national program for public health in the region of the PHI Center for Public Heath-Tetovo for the period of 2012. The subject of this thesis are the children on age of 7 to 12 years, from different nationality, accidently determined from first and fifth grade in the primary schools "Bratstvo Midjeni" and "Goce Delcev", in Tetovo, Republic of Macedonia. Results: The obtained information from the evaluation of the nutritional status in correlation with the growth in the period of childhood and adolescence are declared in accordance with the analyzed parameters: mark on the relation of children age, nutritional status and mark on nutrition. Conclusion: Among the population of school children from first and fifth degree of the students from Macedonian and Albanian nationality we can conclude that half of the examined children are normally nourished, and the other part is malnourished from different degree. Among the other children is noticed fattening from different degree.

Keywords: Nutritional status, risk of fattening, health enlightenment, malnutrition, normal nourishment, fattening and diet.




How to Cite

Jovanoska, D., & Ilijoski, I. K. (2015). Nutritional Status and Mark on the Diet of Children Population on School Age. ANGLISTICUM. Journal of the Association-Institute for English Language and American Studies, 3(8), 44–50. Retrieved from



Volume 3, No.8, August, 2014