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Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia
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Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia merupakan jurnal ilmiah nasional terakreditasi yang memuat artikel penelitian (research article) di bidang gizi dan kesehatan, yang terkait aspek gizi klinis, gizi masyarakat, gizi olahraga, gizi molekular, biokimia gizi, pangan fungsional, serta pelayanan dan manajemen gizi. Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia (JGKI) diterbitkan empat bulan sekali sejak terbit Juli 2004 hingga Maret 2011 (Volume 1-7), kemudian sejak Juli 2011 (Volume 8) JGKI diterbitkan setiap tiga bulan. Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia diterbitkan oleh Minat S2 Gizi dan Kesehatan, Prodi S2 Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat, Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Gadjah Mada bekerjasama dengan Persatuan Ahli Gizi Indonesia (PERSAGI) dan Asosiasi Dietisien Indonesia (AsDI).
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Efek pemberian ekstrak teh hijau (Camellia sinesis (L) O. Kuntze) var. Assamica terhadap total lemak tubuh dan profil lipid wanita dewasa overweight dan obesitas Hardani, Ernawati; Lestariana, Wiryatun; Susetyowati, Susetyowati
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 10, No 4 (2014): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijcn.18874

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Background: Overweight and obesity can cause high body fat total and lipid profile in the blood that brings risk for diseases to the bearer. Some studies on green tea extract supplementation have been undertaken to find out its effect on the fat reduction in children, men, and mice and the result showed a reduction in body fat, weight, appetite, and triglyceride level. This study uses green tea extract supplemented to overweight and obese women. Objective: To find out the reduction of body fat total and lipid profile (total cholesterol, triglyceride, LDL, HDL) in the blood of overweight and obese women personnel of Yogyakarta Municipal Health Office supplemented with green tea extract.Method: The study was randomized double-blinded control trial. The subject of the study was overweight and obese women of 35-55 years old personnel of Yogyakarta Municipal Health Office. Samples were 86 women randomly taken, comprising experiment group and control group, each of which consisting of 43 women. Each group had diet according to individual appetite. Both groups were given capsules of similar form and color but different ingredients: placebo and green tea extract. The experiment took three months. Blood was taken before and after the experiment to identify lipid profile (total cholesterol, triglyceride, LDL, HDL). Body fat total was examined using body fat analyzer. Data analysis used paired t-test.Results: Green tea extract supplementation could significantly reduce body fat total and insignificantly reduce cholesterol level, triglyceride, and LDL, significantly increase HDL in overweight and obese women.Conclusion: Green tea extract supplementation could reduce body fat total and increase HDL (p<0.005).
Kejadian malaria dan status gizi balita di Kabupaten Manokwari Provinsi Papua Barat Nofianti, Therresse
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 10, No 4 (2014): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijcn.18870

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Background: The prevalences of severe acute malnutrition, moderate acute malnutrition and low birth weight (LBW) in West Papua Province is higher than the national prevalence. Malaria disease, especially in an infant, is also of concern in this province. Manokwari District is regarded as malaria endemic area due to the high morbidity rate in the entire district.Objective: To determine the incidence of malaria, nutritional status of children and to analyze the relationship between two of them.Method: The methodology that used in this research is cross-sectional design conducted in four health centers in Manokwari with a sample of 100 children aged two to five years. The data were analyzed using Chi-Square analysis and logistic regression analysis.Results: The incidence rate of malaria in Manokwari district is high. This is because the number of an infant that was infected highly and lowly by malaria do not vary much. Results show that 42% children suffering from severe malaria, particularly tropical malaria type, with a frequency of more than two times in six months so that it had a direct effect on appetite and weight. Average nutritional status based on weight/height and height/age is normal while according to weight/age is not normal. Infants with severe and moderate acute malnutrition are not found in this study.Conclusion: The incidence rate of malaria in children under five in the district of Manokwari is high, the nutritional status of children under five in the past are in the normal category and at the time of the study were not normal, this is due at the time of the study many infants experience pain and therefore contributes to the appetite that directly affects body weight of infants. Furthermore, it is known that there is a relationship between the incidence of malaria by the nutritional status of children in the district of Manokwari.
Pemberian jahe instan terhadap kejadian mual muntah dan asupan energi pada ibu hamil trimester pertama Setyawati, Nurfalah; Wahyuningsih, Mae Sri Hartati; Nurdiati, Detty Siti
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 10, No 4 (2014): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijcn.18871

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Background: Pregnancy causes increased energy metabolism, therefore needs of energy and other nutrients increase during pregnancy. Lack of energy and nutrients could adversely affect the mother and fetus. Nausea and vomiting is a common problem in the first trimester of pregnancy. If not treated the mother and fetus can be at risk of malnutrition due to lack of energy intake. Traditional treatment is an option that is considered safe. Ginger has been used to treat a variety of medical problems including nausea and vomiting. Ginger works in the digestive tract by increasing the gastric and intestinal motility.Objective: This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of instant ginger containing 290 mg ginger juice, to reduced the incidence of nausea and vomiting of pregnancy and increased maternal energy intake during the 24 hours.Method: The study design is experimental, the pre-post control group, involving 101 pregnant women with gestational age less than 15 weeks in RSB Sayang Ibu, puskesmas Klandasan Ilir and Sepinggan in Balikpapan. Research subjects were drawn at random and given the instant ginger or placebo, 2 times a day for a week. All of the subjects were assessed on the level of nausea, vomiting and a 24-hour energy intake during pre and post intervention. The use of drugs or supplementation from the doctor/midwife were recorded and not be stopped.Results: The rate of nausea and vomiting decreased significantly in the ginger group (52%) compared to placebo (17.7%) (p<0.05). Instant ginger may reduce nausea and vomiting rate 6 times higher than placebo (p<0.05). The average amount of energy intake (calories) for 24 hours increased significantly in the ginger group (1629.58 kcal ± 468.04 kcal; p<0.05) compared to placebo (1160.27 kcal ± 341.85 kcal; p>0.05). Instant ginger may increase the average amount of energy intake 24.5 times higher than placebo (p<0.05).Conclusion: Instant ginger effective to reduce nausea and vomiting of pregnancy and increase the amount of energy intake (calories) in pregnant women who experience nausea and vomiting of pregnancy.
Pola makan suku asli Papua dan non-Papua sebagai faktor risiko kejadian hipertensi Bela, Sarni Rante Allo; Djarwoto, Bambang; Gunawan, I Made Alit
Jurnal Gizi Klinik Indonesia Vol 10, No 4 (2014): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijcn.18872

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Background: Hypertension is one of the problems in the medical and public health sector. The prevalence of hypertension in Jayapura City is 23,8%. Hypertensive disease was ranked 6th among the top 10 diseases in Abepura Hospital. The risk factors, a diet containing high fat, high sodium, low potassium and excessive alcohol consumption has contributed to the increasing of blood pressure.Objective: To determine the degree of hypertension difference between Papuans and non-Papuans, and the effect of intake of fat, sodium, potassium and alcohol consumption as risk factors for hypertension in each tribe.Method: The study was an observational analytic with a case-control design. Samples are 248 which is divided in 62 cases and 62 controls on each tribe. Data analysis using the statistical independent t-test, Chi-Square, Mantel Haenzel, Multiple Regression Logistic.Results: Non-Papuan tribes had 1.9 times higher risk of hypertension stage 2. The fat intake of indigenous Papuans (OR=3.250) and non-Papuans (OR=3.275) correlated significantly. Sodium intake significantly associated in indigenous Papuans, but the non-Papuans, have a significant relation (OR=2.531). There was a correlation between potassium intake in indigenous Papuans (OR=2.348), but the non-Papuans, was not. Consumption of alcohol in indigenous Papuans was significantly associated (OR=2.343), but the non-Papuans, was not. Multivariate analysis showed that psychosocial stress, consumption of alcohol, family history of hypertension, and potassium intake were contributing in indigenous Papuans. Intake of fat, sodium intake, and obesity was contributed in non-Papuan tribes. Conclusion: Non-Papuan tribes prone to has hypertension stage 2. In Papuans, fat intake (> 30%), potassium intake (<2000 mg) and excessive alcohol (≥ 2 glasses/day) are risk factors. In the non-Papuan, fat intake (> 30%) and sodium intake (≥ 2300 mg) are risk factors for hypertension.

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