Paratmanitya, Yhona
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Individual dietary diversity is strongly associated with stunting in infants and young children Paramashanti, Bunga Astria; Paratmanitya, Yhona; Marsiswati, Marsiswati
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 14, No 1 (2017): Juli
Publisher : Minat S2 Gizi dan Kesehatan, Prodi S2 IKM, Fakultas Kedokteran UGM

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijcn.15989

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Background: The increased nutrient fulfillment is required for optimal growth and development during the first two years of life. Based on WHO, dietary diversity is one of core indicators for assessing diet quality and adequacy.Objective: This study aimed to understand the association between individual dietary diversity and stunting in infants and young children in Sedayu Subdistrict, Bantul District, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.Method: This study used cross-sectional design. It was conducted from February to March 2016 in Sedayu Subdistrict. Subjects were 189 infants and young children aged 6-23 months selected by probability proportional to size sampling technique. Individual dietary diversity was assessed by minimum dietary diversity with the consumption of 4 or more food groups of the total 7 food goups. Data were analyzed by using statistics descriptive, Chi-Square test, and multiple logistic regression.Results: Poor dietary diversity (OR=16,76; 95%CI: 6,77-41,51) was significantly related with stunting. Other factor associated with stunting was low birth weight (OR=5,12; 95%CI: 2,11-12,43). In addition, appropiate time of introducing complementary food (OR=0,32; 95%CI: 0,13-0,75) was a protective factor against stunting. Household economic status acted as an effect modifier and confounding factor between dietary diversity and stunting.Conclusion: Consumption of diverse diet at least 4 food groups reduced the risk of stunting in infants and young children. Efforts should be made to improve dietary diversity in complementary feeding practice.
Citra tubuh, asupan makan, dan status gizi wanita usia subur pranikah Paratmanitya, Yhona; Hadi, Hamam; Susetyowati, Susetyowati
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 8, No 3 (2012): Januari
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Background: Premarital reproductive age women are prospective mothers whose nutritional status should be monitored, because it can affect the outcome of pregnancy. Premarital period can be interpreted as pre conception period. As the wedding ceremony approaches, women’s concern of their body image is increasing. Negative body image can influence their dietary intake and nutritional status. Research on the effect of pre wedding body image on women’s dietary intake and nutritional status in non-western countries is still limited.Objective: The aim of this research was to describe the relationship between body image, dietary intake and nutritional status of premarital reproductive age women in Yogyakarta city. Method: This research was an observational research with cross-sectional design. The subjects were 157 premarital reproductive age women in Yogyakarta city who came to the office of religious affairs to register their marriage or followed the premarital advisory program. Body image was measured by Body Shape Questionnaire (BSQ-34); dietary intake was measured by Semi-Quantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire (SQFFQ); and nutritional status was classified based on Body Mass Index (BMI). Data were analyzed with Chi-Square test, t-test and multiple logistic regression.Result: Only 12,1% of participant reported dissatisfied of their body image. Dominant factor that affect their body image was environmental influence (OR=14,5). Bivariat analysis showed that there was a significant relationship between body image and nutritional status (p<0,05; OR=15,6), as well as dietary intake and nutritional status (p<0,05). However, body image and dietary intake was not significantly associated (p>0,05). Multiple logistic regression analysis showed that factors associated with nutritional status were body image, carbohydrate intake and environmental influence. Conclusion: Body image was associated with nutritional status. However, body image does not affect dietary intake. Energy, protein, fat and carbohydrate intake were significantly associated with nutritional status.
Citra tubuh, asupan makan, dan status gizi wanita usia subur pranikah Paratmanitya, Yhona; Hadi, Hamam; Susetyowati, Susetyowati
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 8, No 3 (2012): Januari
Publisher : Minat S2 Gizi dan Kesehatan, Prodi S2 IKM, Fakultas Kedokteran UGM

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijcn.18208

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Background: Premarital reproductive age women are prospective mothers whose nutritional status should be monitored, because it can affect the outcome of pregnancy. Premarital period can be interpreted as pre conception period. As the wedding ceremony approaches, women’s concern of their body image is increasing. Negative body image can influence their dietary intake and nutritional status. Research on the effect of pre wedding body image on women’s dietary intake and nutritional status in non-western countries is still limited.Objective: The aim of this research was to describe the relationship between body image, dietary intake and nutritional status of premarital reproductive age women in Yogyakarta city. Method: This research was an observational research with cross-sectional design. The subjects were 157 premarital reproductive age women in Yogyakarta city who came to the office of religious affairs to register their marriage or followed the premarital advisory program. Body image was measured by Body Shape Questionnaire (BSQ-34); dietary intake was measured by Semi-Quantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire (SQFFQ); and nutritional status was classified based on Body Mass Index (BMI). Data were analyzed with Chi-Square test, t-test and multiple logistic regression.Result: Only 12,1% of participant reported dissatisfied of their body image. Dominant factor that affect their body image was environmental influence (OR=14,5). Bivariat analysis showed that there was a significant relationship between body image and nutritional status (p<0,05; OR=15,6), as well as dietary intake and nutritional status (p<0,05). However, body image and dietary intake was not significantly associated (p>0,05). Multiple logistic regression analysis showed that factors associated with nutritional status were body image, carbohydrate intake and environmental influence. Conclusion: Body image was associated with nutritional status. However, body image does not affect dietary intake. Energy, protein, fat and carbohydrate intake were significantly associated with nutritional status.
Individual dietary diversity is strongly associated with stunting in infants and young children Paramashanti, Bunga Astria; Paratmanitya, Yhona; Marsiswati, Marsiswati
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 14, No 1 (2017): Juli
Publisher : Minat S2 Gizi dan Kesehatan, Prodi S2 IKM, Fakultas Kedokteran UGM

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (683.456 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/ijcn.15989

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Background: The increased nutrient fulfillment is required for optimal growth and development during the first two years of life. Based on WHO, dietary diversity is one of core indicators for assessing diet quality and adequacy.Objective: This study aimed to understand the association between individual dietary diversity and stunting in infants and young children in Sedayu Subdistrict, Bantul District, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.Method: This study used cross-sectional design. It was conducted from February to March 2016 in Sedayu Subdistrict. Subjects were 189 infants and young children aged 6-23 months selected by probability proportional to size sampling technique. Individual dietary diversity was assessed by minimum dietary diversity with the consumption of 4 or more food groups of the total 7 food goups. Data were analyzed by using statistics descriptive, Chi-Square test, and multiple logistic regression.Results: Poor dietary diversity (OR=16,76; 95%CI: 6,77-41,51) was significantly related with stunting. Other factor associated with stunting was low birth weight (OR=5,12; 95%CI: 2,11-12,43). In addition, appropiate time of introducing complementary food (OR=0,32; 95%CI: 0,13-0,75) was a protective factor against stunting. Household economic status acted as an effect modifier and confounding factor between dietary diversity and stunting.Conclusion: Consumption of diverse diet at least 4 food groups reduced the risk of stunting in infants and young children. Efforts should be made to improve dietary diversity in complementary feeding practice.
Intake of iron and inhibitor are not related with anemia on the premarriage women Lestari, Prasetya; Paratmanitya, Yhona; Suliyah, Siti
Jurnal Gizi dan Dietetik Indonesia (Indonesian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics) VOLUME 6 ISSUE 3, 2018
Publisher : Alma Ata University Press

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ABSTRACTBackground: One of the most frequent nutritional problems in Indonesia occurs is anemia due to iron deficiency. Forty-nine point one percent of women of childbearing age in Indonesia are anemic. Especially on groups of women of childbearing age are usually preparing themselves for married and will become a mother. Factors causing anemia among others insufficient iron intake and high absorption of Fe inhibitors (tannin, phytate, and oxalic acid). If the bride is married to status anemia will affect the birth of a less qualified generation.Objectives: To know the relationship between iron intake and Fe inhibitor with the incidence of anemia in the bride in the District Area Bantul Yogyakarta. type of research conducted was observational research using a cross sectional design. Number of study subjects as many as 68 respondents in the bride with the picking technique the sample uses quota sampling that meets the inclusion criteria and exclusion. Data collected were data of iron intake and Fe Inhibitors. The data were obtained by interview using SQFFQ. Statistic test used were Mann Whitney and Chi Square test with level of 90% confidence.Results: The incidence of anemia was 44.1%. Based on the results there was no significant difference between the mean intake of Fe anemia group with anemia not with (p = 0.387). There is no Tanin intake differences were significant between the anemia group and the not anemia with (p = 0.512). There was no difference in intake of Fitat was significant between the anemia group and the non-anemic with (p = 0.335). There was no significant difference in intake of  xalates between groups of anemia with no anemia with (p = 0.537). Based on Chi Square Test as well it was known that there is no significant relationship between intake of Fe and Fe inhibitor with anemia incidence (p&gt; 0.05)Conclusions: There was no significant relationship between intake of Fe and Fe inhibitor with anemia incidenceKEYWORDS: anemia, iron intake, inhibitor Fe, prospective bride