The Model Design of the Nutrition Management Education and Training for Productive Age Women in UNNES

Zahrulianingdyah, Atiek and Purba, Rasita and Achmad, Widya Karmila Sari and Putri, Mediate Fajri (2019) The Model Design of the Nutrition Management Education and Training for Productive Age Women in UNNES. In: ICSTEE 2019, 14 September 2019, Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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The eating habit in women of reproductive age can lead to a variety of negative effects caused by anaemia, malnutrition, lack of protein calories. In addition, it leads to a decrease in maternal health that also affects the conceived or breastfed child. The purpose of this study is to describe and analyse the knowledge of foodstuffs, nutritional knowledge, knowledge about anaemia, knowledge of food processing technique, knowledge of menu and diet in the family, the eating habit and the anaemia condition. Productive age mothers who live in the Banaran village, Gunungpati were sampled. The data were collected using documentation, structured interviews, food recall and haemoglobin test. The data were analysed using description percentage. The results showed that the percentage of the foodstuffs knowledge was 55% and was categorized as good category, 37.5% was categorized as moderate; the nutritional knowledge, 87.5% was in good category, 12.5% was in moderate category; the knowledge of anaemia, 57.5% was in good category, 37.5% was in moderate category, the food processing technique knowledge, 35% was in good category, 45% was in moderate category, description of menu knowledge, 20% was in good category, 67,5% was in moderate category, the eating habit was simple and less varied, 66,66% did not have anaemia, 33,33% had mild anaemia.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: model nutrition education
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 25 Aug 2021 06:54
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2021 06:54

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