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KONVERSI SATUAN UKURAN RUMAH TANGGA KE DALAM SATUAN BERAT (GRAM) PADA BEBERAPA JENIS PANGAN SUMBER PROTEIN

Jurnal Gizi dan Pangan Vol 3, No 1 (2008): Maret 2008
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The objective of this research was to complete the information of household measurement from varies food groups in Household Measurement List (DURT). This research conducted on November 2005 – May 2006 in West Java (Bogor and Sukabumi), Central Java (Purwokerto) and Jakarta. The foods were chosen from the market with simple random sampling. There were 354 foods weighed 5 times for each food. Only 270 foods listed in Food Composition List (DKBM) that had household measurement conversion and 354 foods had not. The household measurement conversion values from some foods were consistent but the others were not consistent. It implied that the larger the physical measurement (length, width, height and thickness), the heavier the food. The inconsistency from the measurements implied that the changes of any physical measurement were not followed by the changes of weight and volume. Keywords: household measurement, weight (gram), protein rich foods

Consumption Level, and Nutritional Status of Schizophrenia Patient in Psychiatric Hospital Palu

Media Gizi dan Keluarga Vol 25, No 1 (2001): Jurnal Media Gizi dan Keluarga
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The objective of this research is to identify of availability, consumption, and waste of food; consumption level energy, protein, vitamin B1, B6 and B12; nutritional status schizophrenia patient; and analysis relationship between consumption level energy and protein with nutritional status schizophrenia patient.. This research was conducted in Psychiatric Hospital Palu, from February to April 2001. The total samples were 32 persons. Primary data were characteristic samples; kind and total food of availability, consumption, waste of food; and weigh/high body samples. The result of this research showed that kind of menu have composition were rice, side fish, vegetables, fruits and milk. Average of energy and protein consumption level each were 116,44% and 120,49% by Recomended Dietary Allowance (RDA) ang also thiamine (B1) 87,89%, but pyridoxines (B6) and cyan cobalt amine (B12) each 53,37% and 65% that lessthan of RDA. Mayority of the samples had good nutritional status (59,4%). Statistical analysis showed that consumption level of energy and protein has negative correlations with nutritional status

Children Nutritional Status Determinants in Rural East Nusatenggara

Media Gizi dan Keluarga Vol 24, No 1 (2000): Jurnal Media Gizi dan Keluarga
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This study was aimed at analyzing nutritional determinant factors of under five year old children (UFC) in rural East Nusatenggara. The study used a data set of Agroecological Zone, Food and Nutrition Problems, which was designed as a cross-sectional study done by Department of Community Nutrition and Family Resources, Bogor Agricultural University. The data set count of 613 UFC from twenty-six villages of six districts. The districts and villages were selected purposively based on agroecological zones, and for each village, 20 to 25 households having UFC were selected randomly. Results from logistic regression analysis showed that underweight nutritional status associated with age of UFC and nutritional quality of the UFC¡¦S diet with odd ratio (OR) ranging from 1.6 to 2.1 (p

Pangan yang difortifikasi zat gizi mikro pada ibu hamil meningkatkan perkembangan motorik bayi

Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 9, No 1 (2012): Juli
Publisher : Minat S2 Gizi dan Kesehatan, Prodi S2 IKM, Fakultas Kedokteran UGM

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Background: Many factors infl uence the growth and development of an infant but nutrition was undeniably one of the most important factors. One way to improve the nutritional status of infants was by providing supplementary foods fortifi ed with multiple micronutrients to mothers during pregnancy. Nutritional interventions during pregnancy provided better nutrient reserves for mothers and fetus.Objective: To analyze the impact of multi micronutrient-fortifi ed supplementary foods provision in pregnant mothers on motor development and anemia status of infants in three sub-districts of Bogor District namely: Leuwiliang, Leuwisadeng and Ciampea.Method: A total of 120 infants were followed up in a prospective cohort study. The subjects were divided into three groups, i.e: 40 infants in fortifi ed group (pregnant mothers received supplementary foods (vermicelli, milk and biscuit) fortifi ed with multi-nutrients i.e. iron, iodine, zinc, folic acid, vitamin C and vitamin A), 40 infants in non-fortifi ed groups (pregnant mothers received non fortifi ed foods) and 40 infants in the control groups (pregnant mothers did not receive any supplementary foods). Motor development was measured by methods developed by the Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia. Hb was measured by Cyanmethemoglobin method. Ancova and linear logistic regression were used to analyze the data.Results: Provision of multi micronutrient-fortifi ed supplementary foods in pregnant mothers substantially improves infant’s motor development (77% better than other groups). In addition, supplementation of multi micronutrient-fortifi ed foods in pregnant mothers reduced the rate of hemoglobin and hematocrit decline in infants up to the age of 6 months. There were no infants aged 6 months with Hb < 90 g / L in the fortifi ed group, while in the non-fortifi ed group and control group the prevalence of anemia was 8.3% and 11.11%, respectively.Conclusion: Provision of multi micronutrient-fortifi ed supplementary foods in pregnant mothers improved infant’s motor development.

PENGARUH PEMBERIAN PANGAN FORTIFIKASI ZAT MULTI GIZI MIKRO PADA IBU HAMIL TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN LINIER, TINGGI LUTUT DAN STATUS ANEMIA BAYI

GIZI INDONESIA Vol 30, No 1 (2007): Maret 2007
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EFFECT OF MULTI MICRONUTRIENTS FORTIFIED SUPPLEMENTARY FOOD IN PREGNANT WOMEN ON LINEAR GROWTH, KNEE HEIGHT AND ANEMIA STATUS OF INFANTSLike in many developing countries, macro and micro nutritional deficiencies are the seriousproblem, especially for Indonesian pregnant women and young age children. Early nutritionalintervention strategy through supplementary fortified foods for pregnant women is one ofalternative nutritional improvement interventions for the next generation. The objective of this study is to analize the impact of multi micronutrients fortified supplementaryfood in pregnant mothers on linear growth, knee height and anemia status of infants. This studywas conducted in three sub-districts of Bogor Distritcs namely: Leuwiliang, Leuwisadeng andCiampea. This prospective cohort study follow up 120 infants. The total of infants has beenfollowed up was 120. From 120 born infants, 40 infants were selected as a fortified group in whichtheir mothers during pregnancy received fortified food (consists of vermicelli, milk and biscuit withmulti-nutrients i.e. iron, iodine, zinc, folic acid, vitamin C and vitamin A), 40 infants as unfortifiedgroups in which their mothers was received non fortified foods, and 40 infants as control groups(their mothers did not receive any experiment food). Data analyzed using SPSS 13.0. Z-scorewere calculated for the length-for-age (HAZ) of WHO 2006 growth reference.The result of study showed that multi micronutrients fortified supplementary food for pregnantmothers had significant effect on infants linear growth which was 2.18 cm taller compared tocontrol group and 1.53 cm taller compared to unfortified group. The mean of liniear growth andHAZ fortified group up to 6 months infants was better than unfortified and control. Earliercomplementary food intoduction were associated with the decrease of infants’ linear growth andHAZ. Stunting (5.0%) was found at two months of infants’ age in control group. Fortified foodsupplementation for pregnant women had significant effect on infant knee height gain. Infant kneeheight (< 14.248 cm) at 6 months was categorized as stunting. Multi micronutrients fortifiedsupplementary food in pregnant mother had an retention effect of decreased infants Hb at up to 6months.Keywords: Multi micronutrients, pregnancy, infant, breast feeding, linear growth, knee height, hemoglobin

Pangan yang difortifikasi zat gizi mikro pada ibu hamil meningkatkan perkembangan motorik bayi

Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 9, No 1 (2012): Juli
Publisher : Minat S2 Gizi dan Kesehatan, Prodi S2 IKM, Fakultas Kedokteran UGM

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Background: Many factors infl uence the growth and development of an infant but nutrition was undeniably one of the most important factors. One way to improve the nutritional status of infants was by providing supplementary foods fortifi ed with multiple micronutrients to mothers during pregnancy. Nutritional interventions during pregnancy provided better nutrient reserves for mothers and fetus.Objective: To analyze the impact of multi micronutrient-fortifi ed supplementary foods provision in pregnant mothers on motor development and anemia status of infants in three sub-districts of Bogor District namely: Leuwiliang, Leuwisadeng and Ciampea.Method: A total of 120 infants were followed up in a prospective cohort study. The subjects were divided into three groups, i.e: 40 infants in fortifi ed group (pregnant mothers received supplementary foods (vermicelli, milk and biscuit) fortifi ed with multi-nutrients i.e. iron, iodine, zinc, folic acid, vitamin C and vitamin A), 40 infants in non-fortifi ed groups (pregnant mothers received non fortifi ed foods) and 40 infants in the control groups (pregnant mothers did not receive any supplementary foods). Motor development was measured by methods developed by the Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia. Hb was measured by Cyanmethemoglobin method. Ancova and linear logistic regression were used to analyze the data.Results: Provision of multi micronutrient-fortifi ed supplementary foods in pregnant mothers substantially improves infant’s motor development (77% better than other groups). In addition, supplementation of multi micronutrient-fortifi ed foods in pregnant mothers reduced the rate of hemoglobin and hematocrit decline in infants up to the age of 6 months. There were no infants aged 6 months with Hb < 90 g / L in the fortifi ed group, while in the non-fortifi ed group and control group the prevalence of anemia was 8.3% and 11.11%, respectively.Conclusion: Provision of multi micronutrient-fortifi ed supplementary foods in pregnant mothers improved infant’s motor development.

PENGARUH PEMBERIAN PANGAN FORTIFIKASI ZAT MULTI GIZI MIKRO PADA IBU HAMIL TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN LINIER, TINGGI LUTUT DAN STATUS ANEMIA BAYI

GIZI INDONESIA Vol 30, No 1 (2007): Maret 2007
Publisher : PERSATUAN AHLI GIZI INDONESIA

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EFFECT OF MULTI MICRONUTRIENTS FORTIFIED SUPPLEMENTARY FOOD IN PREGNANT WOMEN ON LINEAR GROWTH, KNEE HEIGHT AND ANEMIA STATUS OF INFANTSLike in many developing countries, macro and micro nutritional deficiencies are the seriousproblem, especially for Indonesian pregnant women and young age children. Early nutritionalintervention strategy through supplementary fortified foods for pregnant women is one ofalternative nutritional improvement interventions for the next generation. The objective of this study is to analize the impact of multi micronutrients fortified supplementaryfood in pregnant mothers on linear growth, knee height and anemia status of infants. This studywas conducted in three sub-districts of Bogor Distritcs namely: Leuwiliang, Leuwisadeng andCiampea. This prospective cohort study follow up 120 infants. The total of infants has beenfollowed up was 120. From 120 born infants, 40 infants were selected as a fortified group in whichtheir mothers during pregnancy received fortified food (consists of vermicelli, milk and biscuit withmulti-nutrients i.e. iron, iodine, zinc, folic acid, vitamin C and vitamin A), 40 infants as unfortifiedgroups in which their mothers was received non fortified foods, and 40 infants as control groups(their mothers did not receive any experiment food). Data analyzed using SPSS 13.0. Z-scorewere calculated for the length-for-age (HAZ) of WHO 2006 growth reference.The result of study showed that multi micronutrients fortified supplementary food for pregnantmothers had significant effect on infants linear growth which was 2.18 cm taller compared tocontrol group and 1.53 cm taller compared to unfortified group. The mean of liniear growth andHAZ fortified group up to 6 months infants was better than unfortified and control. Earliercomplementary food intoduction were associated with the decrease of infants’ linear growth andHAZ. Stunting (5.0%) was found at two months of infants’ age in control group. Fortified foodsupplementation for pregnant women had significant effect on infant knee height gain. Infant kneeheight (< 14.248 cm) at 6 months was categorized as stunting. Multi micronutrients fortifiedsupplementary food in pregnant mother had an retention effect of decreased infants Hb at up to 6months.Keywords: Multi micronutrients, pregnancy, infant, breast feeding, linear growth, knee height, hemoglobin