Yulia, Cica
Faculty of Technological and Vocational Education-Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Published : 4 Documents

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Pengetahuan Gizi dan Pola Asuh Ibu Anak Balita Gizi Kurang di Kelurahan Pasteur Kecamatan Sukajadi Bandung

Innovation of Vocational Technology Education Vol 8, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Faculty of Technological and Vocational Education-Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

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Nutrition knowledge is principal issues related to various nutritional problems that occur in Indonesia. Maternal role in children’s growth and development is very dominant, that is in caring for and educating them. Parenting patterns applied by the mother can affect the growth of the children, especially the nutritional status. Goals to be achieved in this study are: 1) to inquire nutrition and health knowledge of mothers with malnutrition children; 2) to examine food and health parenting pattern applied by mothers with malnutrition children and 3 ) to analyze the relationship between nutrition and health knowledge and parenting pattern implemented by the mother. The method used in this study is the Cross-Sectional. The results show that more than half of mothers’ nutrition and health knowledge is in medium category. More than half of mothers’ food parenting pattern is in fairly good category. Whereas, mothers’ health parenting pattern is in good category. Toddlers’ nutritional status, as measured using anthropometry, is generally in normal category. Spearman correlation test results state that there is a positive and significant relationship, and thus it can be concluded that the higher the mothers nutrition knowledge score, the better the food parenting pattern.

Preliminary Study in Developing Traditional Street Foods as Nutrition Education Media for Indonesia Youth

Innovation of Vocational Technology Education Vol 13, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Faculty of Technological and Vocational Education-Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

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The unceasing globalization has a great influence on the lifestyle of the young generation of Indonesia, including habit to consumed fast food. Many research proved, fast food was not good for health. Habit of eating fast food in Indonesia increased from day to day, especially in the adolescent. This is very dangerous because not only bad for health, but also threat our culture. In general, the aim of this study was to conduct a preliminary study in order to develop traditional foods as a nutrition education media for adolescent. The study de-sign was cross sectional, the respondents were students in junior high school in Bandung. Sampling Technique done by purposive. There were 85 respondents. The results showed that the respondents knowledge about traditional street food from Sundanese are divided into three categories. 40% had a good knowledge, 34% had fair knowledge and 26% had a poor knowledge. Perceptions of respondents about the importance of having knowledge about traditional foods is 41.2% consider it important. Perceptions of the media information that can be used to educate traditional food are posters in schools (37.65%), brochures (4.71%), computer programs (34.14%) and program /application in smart phone (23.53%).


Innovation of Vocational Technology Education Vol 10, No 1 (2014)
Publisher : Faculty of Technological and Vocational Education-Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

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Kondisi fisik seorang Atlet sangat mempengaruhi stamina ketika mereka bertanding. Indikator kondisi fisik yang prima dari seorang Atlet adalah status gizi dan status kesehatan. Salah satu masalah kesehatan yang sering di hadapi oleh para Atlet adalah Eating Disorder atau penyimpangan perilaku makan. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah menjaring persepsi mahasiswa Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga FPOK UPI yang berprofesi sebagai atlet mengenai pendidikan gizi untuk mencegah kecenderungan eating disorder. Metode Deskriptif digunakan dalam penelitian ini dengan pendekatan cross-sectional desain, Teknik pengumpulan data menggunakan kuesioner. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa responden mempunyai persepsi kuat bahwa pendidikan gizi sangat penting dalam mencegah kecenderungan Eating Disorder pada atlet. Sebagian besar responden setuju bahwa tempat yang paling tepat untuk menyampaikan pendidikan gizi bagi para atlet adalah di kampus dan klub olahraga. Setengah dari responden memberikan persepsi bahwa bentuk kegiatan yang paling tepat dalam menyampaikan pendidikan gizi bagi atlet adalah penyuluhan secara berkala, dengan menggunakan metode gabungan dari diskusi, demontrasi dan simulasi, dan durasi yang dianggap tepat selama 60 menit, serta media yg tepat adalah audio visual.

Nutritional Status, Physical Activity, and Sedentary Activity of School Children in Urban area, West Java, Indonesia

Jurnal Gizi dan Pangan Vol 13, No 3 (2018)
Publisher : Food and Nutrition Society of Indonesia

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The purpose of this research was to analyse nutritional status, physical activity, and sedentary activity in school children in West Java, Indonesia. The study used a cross-sectional design and was conducted from October to December 2016. Samples were taken using simple random sampling technique with a total sample of 300 subjects taken among fifth-grade students in seven elementary schools located in Bandung city, West Java. The data collected in this research were anthropometric data such as physical activity and sedentary activity. Data analysis was carried out using descriptive statistics, analysis of variance (ANOVA) and Pearson test. The results showed that 21.7% of school children were overweight, while 19.7% were obese. The results of the subject activity, based on nutritional status category, were not significantly different. All subjects with underweight nutritional status were having light activity (100%), the percentage of subjects with normal nutritional status, overweight, and obese were 71.6%, 75.4%, and 74.6%, respectively. The average duration of underweight subjects performing sedentary activities on holidays was 4.2±3.0 hours, 5.4±2.7 hours for normal subjects, 5.8±2.7 hours for overweight, and 5.4±2.5 hours for obese subjects. The proportion of sedentary activity time on holiday among underweight, normal, overweight, and obese subjects were 17.6±12.4%; 22.3±11%; 24.1±11.3%; and 22.3±10.5%. The sedentary activity of children on holiday was not significantly different, but there was a significant difference between the proportion of sedentary time in a day between groups of nutritional status (p<0.05), i.e., normal children and overweight children. The correlation test results indicated a negative correlation between physical activity and sedentary activity, meaning that higher sedentary activity of subjects both in school time and holiday resulted in lower physical activity (p<0.01). The nutritional status, physical activity, and subject sedentary activity based on nutritional status were not significantly different.