Tutik Wahyuni
Nutrient Department, Polytechnic Health Ministry of Semarang

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Sea cucumbers crackers, Nutritious Snacks That Are Safe for Consumption and Can Treating Constipation Wahyuni, Tutik; Sunarto, Sunarto; Mintarsih, Sri Noor
Jurnal Riset Kesehatan Vol 1, No 1 (2012): Januari 2012
Publisher : UPPM Politeknik Kesehatan Kementrian Kesehatan Semarang

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The objective of this study is to find the dose of sea cucumber crackers that can cope constipation and determine levels of nutrients, fiber as well as mercury sea cucumber crackers. Research design was quasi-experimental study. Subjects of this study was the new student, which are grouped into 3 dose groups: 15, 30 and 45 g. Inclusion criteria was willing to follow the research, defecation constipation, not allergies are sea fish, not the cure constipation, no diarrhea, no fasting. Defecation event before and after consumption of crackers, given feces type based on the standard scale "Bristol Stool Scale. Levels of mercury, compared to standard health safety limit (500 ppb). Statistical tests was used Fishers Exact test at α = 0.05. The prevalence of constipation: 19.4%, with the old constipation 1 s/d 7 days. After research, the group that consumed the crackers dose: 5-15 g; 22.5 to 30 g and 37.5 to 45 g. Dose group was able to overcome constipation on +1 day, respectively: 84.4%, 82.6% and 87.5%. Statistical tests showed the influence of sea cucumber crackers consumption at various doses on the incidence defication on one day after, at the second day and the third day, with a value of p and C respectively: p = 0.014 & C = 0.423, p = 0.015 & C = 0.399 and p = 0.021 & C = 0.381. Sea cucumber crackers contain more nutrients than prawn crackers, “krupuk ACI” and “rambak”. Mercury levels: 11.5 ppb (<500 ppb), so it is safe for consumption.
Partisipasi ibu, tingkat kepatuhan pada Program PMT Pemulihan dan Status Gizi Balita : Studi di Puskesmas Tegal Timur Sutini, Purwo Hadi; Subandriani, Dyah Nur; Wahyuni, Tutik
JURNAL RISET GIZI Vol 1, No 2 (2013): November 2013
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Semarang

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Background : Riskesdas 2010 data showed the number of under-five malnutrition is 13%, 4.9% severe malnutrition, infant short 18.5% and very short 17.17%. While the results of PWS in East Tegal Health Centers by 2011 the number of under-five malnutrition 12.69%, 2.67% severe malnutrition, under-five underweight 1.7% and 0.4% are very slim.Objective : Aim of the study was to determine the association of maternal participation, compliance on food supple Recovery program with nutritional status of children.Method : This research uses the one shot case study method. The subjects of this research are 11 children with thin categories of weight/height and the age among 12 – 35 month. The variable of this research are nutritional status, mother participation, and the compliance level of recovery food supplementary program. The method to measure nutritional status is based on the result anthropometry with weight/height index from z score. Mother participation is known from the interview base on questioner about mother care to give children nutrition consumption. The compliance level of recovery food supplementary program is count from the presentation gap of weight before and after supplementary food consumption. The arrange data of mother participation and compliance do every 10 days along 90 days. The data analyze use Fisher exact and Chi-Square test.Results : There was no relation between mother participation with the compliance level of supplementary food consumption program (p = 0.455). However There was relation between compliance level of recovery food supplementary program and nutritional status (p =0.002)Conclusion : Compliance on food supplementary program is important role in improving nutritional status of children.