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Argipa (Arsip gizi dan Pangan)
ISSN : 25022938     EISSN : 2579888X     DOI : https://doi.org/10.22236/argipa.v4i2
Core Subject : Health,
ARGIPA (The Archive in Food and Nutrition), is a Scientific Journal Publisher which disseminates the knowledge and scientific nutritional science research in the field of Clinical Nutrition, Community Nutrition, Food Service Management, and Food Science. ARGIPA is also collaborating with experts in receiving articles to be reviewed and is written in both Indonesia or English. All of the issues require containing a new aspect or information in nutritional science research.
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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NUTRITIONAL STATUS, FOOD INTAKE, AND SLEEP QUALITY WITH BLOOD PRESSURE OF MEMBER OF POSBINDU MAWAR KELURAHAN KEBAYORAN LAMA SELATAN Agatha, Ropika
ARGIPA (Arsip Gizi dan Pangan) Vol 4 No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/argipa.v4i2.4164

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Hypertension is a disease that affects many older adults, with prevalence increasing every year. Hypertension is caused by nutritional status, diet, and less effective sleep quality. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between nutritional status, food intake, and sleep quality, with blood pressure in the age group > 45 years in Posbindu Mawar, Kebayoran Lama Selatan. This study used a cross-sectional method with a sample of 47 people taken by the total sampling technique. Weight and height data were taken by anthropometric measurements, blood pressure data were taken using a Sphygmomanometer, dietary data were taken by interview using the Semi-Quantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire Form and sleep quality data were taken using The Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) Questionnaire. Data analysis techniques used the Chi-Square test. This research resulted in high blood pressure (72.7%), poor sleep quality (61.7%), and normal nutritional status (44.7%). The results showed that sodium intake and sleep quality were related to blood pressure (p<0.05). Whereas nutritional status, fat intake, and potassium intake were not related to blood pressure (p>0.05). Based on this research, the advice given is to provide counseling about balanced nutritional eating patterns, weight monitoring so that nutritional status remains controlled and education about psychological health that is often experienced by the elderly and elderly such as anxiety, depression, and sleep disorders. Keywords: Elderly, Food Pattern, Hypertension, Nutritional Status, Sleep Quality
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MACRONUTRIENT INTAKE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WITH FITNESS ON EMPLOYEES IN PANDEGLANG HOSPITAL Rahmawati, Silvia Dwi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/argipa.v4i2.4163

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ABSTRACT Physical fitness is the ability of one's body to do daily work without causing significant fatigue. Several factors related to fitness are nutritional status, level of physical activity, intake of macro nutrients, genetic makeup, age, sex, health status. The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between the level of energy sufficiency and macro nutrients, the level of physical activity with the level of fitness in Pandeglang District Hospital employees. The study design was cross sectional with 75 respondents and used a chi-square analysis test. There is no relationship between the level of energy sufficiency (p-value 1,000) the level of protein sufficiency (p-value 1,000), the level of fat sufficiency (p-value 1,000), the level of carbohydrate adequacy (p-value 0.768) with the fitness level of employees of Pandeglang District Hospital. There is a relationship between physical activity (p-value 0,000) with the fitness level of employees of Pandeglang District Hospital. Employees who have a sufficient level of energy and macro nutrients are on average have a less fitness level. Employees who have a mild level of physical activity tend to have less fitness. So it is necessary to monitor food intake, and the level of physical activity on employees. Keywords: Macro Nutrition Intake, Physical Activity, Fitness Level
ASSOCIATION OF SODIUM AND POTASSIUM INTAKE, NUTRITIONAL STATUS, AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WITH BLOOD PRESSURE IN DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS IN PESANGGRAHAN DISTRICT HEALTH CENTER Pangestu, Ade Dwi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/argipa.v4i2.3875

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Diabetic patients have a 1,5 to 3 times higher risk of developing hypertension compared to non-diabetics. The proportion of hypertension in Indonesia in patients with DM is 51.8%. This study aims to determine the relationship between sodium and potassium intake, nutritional status, and physical activity with the incidence of blood pressure in DM patients in Pesanggrahan District Health Center. The study design used was cross-sectional, with a sample of 99 patients obtained from the purposive sampling method. The results showed that the average patient was 57 years old, female, and had been suffering from diabetes for five years. The average sodium and potassium intake are 2401 mg and 1460 mg respectively. The proportion of diabetic patients at the Pesanggrahan District Health Center who had high blood pressure was 83,8% and 78,8% of patients have central obesity, while 75,8% fall into the category of low physical activity. Based on the chi-square test, there is a significant relationship (p=0,000) between sodium intake, nutritional status, and physical activity with systolic blood pressure. There was a significant relationship between sodium intake, nutritional status, and physical activity with diastolic blood pressure (p= 0,000, 0,023, and 0,000).  Keywords: blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, nutrient intake, nutritional status, physical activity
NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND MICRONUTRIENT INTAKE (THIAMINE, PYRIDOXINE, CALSIUM, MAGNESIUM) ASSOCIATED WITH PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME Muijah, Siti; Safitri, Debby Endayani
ARGIPA (Arsip Gizi dan Pangan) Vol 4 No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/argipa.v4i1.3850

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Premenstrual syndrome is one of psychology and physical symptoms in eligible women before menstruation. The causes of premenstrual syndrome are over nutritional status and less micronutrient intake. The purpose of this study was to analyze nutritional status and micronutrient intake (thiamine, pyridoxine, calcium, magnesium)  with premenstrual syndrome of female student in senior high school 74 Jakarta. This study used cross sectional method and taking subjects using systematic sampling techniques. This study used semiquantitative food frequency questionnaire and SPAF (Shortened Premenstrual Assessment Form) questionnaire. The results of the chi-square statistic test showed there were relationships between nutritional status, intake of vitamin B1, vitamin B6, and calcium with premenstrual syndrome, but there was no relationship beetween magnesium intake with premenstrual syndrome. Nutritional status and consuming food containing micronutrients, especially of vitamin B1, vitamin B6, and calcium as needed can reduce the risk of premenstrual syndrome. Keywords : Micronutrient Intake, Nutritional Status, Premenstrual Syndrome
THE EFFECT OF BEET JUICE CONSUMING TO THE TENSION OF HYPERTENSION PATIENTS Nandani, Agnia Dwi; Sofyaningsih, Mira
ARGIPA (Arsip Gizi dan Pangan) Vol 4 No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/argipa.v4i1.3787

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Hypertension can occur in all ages. Factors that can cause high blood pressure including genetics, being overweight, lack of physical activity, stress, high sodium intake, and lack of fiber intake. Beetroot is one of the vegetables that contains fiber and nitrates which have the effect of lowering blood pressure. The purpose of this study was to know the effect of consuming beetroot juice to the change in blood pressure. The type of this research is experimental with the design of one group pre test post test. The number of  respondents were 15 people with systolic blood pressure > 129 mmHg and or diastolic blood pressure > 80 mmHg. Respondents were given 250 grams of beetroot juice once a day for 7 consecutive days. The beetroot juice given is made of 150 grams of beetroot, 100 ml of water, and 1 tablespoon of lime juice. The result showed that there was an average decreasing in systolic blood pressure of 10.41 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure of 8.94 mmHg. Consuming of beetroot juice can significantly reduce systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure in hypertensive patients in Posbindu Mawar Merah and Merah Delima. Keywords: Hypertension, Beetroot Juice, Blood Pressure
THE RELATIONSHIP OF BODY SHAPE PERCEPTION, EATING DISORDERS, NUTRITIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND FOOD INTAKE WITH NUTRITIONAL STATUS ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN AYODYA PALA Ismayanti, Digahayu
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/argipa.v4i2.3829

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Youth groups who work as dancers are prone to malnutrition. The leaner body shape is considered to make it easier to move so that teens tend to limit food intake in order to achieve ideal body shape. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of perceptions of body shape, eating disorders, nutritional knowledge, and food intake with nutritional status in adolescent girls in Ayodya Pala. This research was conducted in May 2019 at the Ayodya Pala. The research was a cross-sectional study. This study used a total sampling technique, which means that the total population was the subject of research. The result showed that 58% of subjects had poor nutritional status, 50,8% of subjects had negative perceptions of body shape, 57,1% of subjects had eating disorders, 55,6% of subjects had less knowledge of nutrition. More than 50% of subjects were lack of energy and macronutrient intake. In conclusion, there was a significant relationship (p=0,000) between body shape perception, eating disorders, nutritional knowledge, and food intake with nutritional status. Keywords: Body Shape Perception, Food Intake, Eating Disorders, Nutritional Knowledge, Nutritional Status
ASUPAN BUAH DAN SAYUR, ASUPAN LEMAK, AKTIVITAS FISIK BERHUBUNGAN DENGAN RASIO LDL/HDL ORANG DEWASA Pratama, Ahmad Cipta; Safitri, Debby Endayani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/argipa.v4i1.3780

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Coronary heart disease (cardiovascular) is caused by an abnormal LDL/HDL ratio. LDL and HDL are components of cholesterol which are essential for each cell. The purpose of this research was to know the relationship fat intake, fruit and vegetable intake, and physical activity with LDL/HDL ratio. This study used a cross-sectional method and subjects were selected through accidental sampling with 86 subjects. The results of the chi-square statistic test showed that there were relationships between fruit and vegetable intake, fat intake, and physical activity with LDL/HDL ratio. Keywords: Coronary Heart Disease, Fat Intake, Fruit and Vegetable Intake, LDL/HDL Ratio, Physical Activity
SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY OF WAIST TO HEIGHT RATIO IN OBESITY Runingsari, Tysa
ARGIPA (Arsip Gizi dan Pangan) Vol 3 No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/argipa.v3i2.3632

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The most recommended obesity measurement is using the Body Mass Index (BMI) method as a gold standard in predicting obesity and the risk of illness. Another alternative method which can also be used is Waist-to-Height Ratio (WHtR). Somehow, lack of sensitivity and specificity data comparison between WHtR and BMI is still remaining unknown. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine the sensitivity (Se) and specificity (SP) WHtR and BMI against the risk of obesity in adults. The design of this study was cross sectional. The subjects of the study were Nutrition Sciences students of Diponegoro University which amounted to 50 people with age range 19-39 years. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. The data obtained then tested normality with Kolmogorov-Smirnov test which then continued with sensitivity test and specificity by using Receiver Operator Characteristic Curve (ROC). The results of this study showed a sensitivity value of 100% and a specificity of 59,52% for the measurement of the Waist-to-Height Ratio (WHtR). The AUC value of this WHtR indicated that the WHtR measure was very good (0,960) to detect the risk of obesity. WHtR has excellent ability and is as good as BMI in detecting obesity. The WHtR method can be used as an alternative method used in classifying obesity, especially central obesity. Keywords: BMI, Sensitivity and Specificity, WHtR
ADEQUATE NUTRITION INTAKE TO IMPROVE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF HEMODIALYSIS PATIENT USING DIALYSIS MALNUTRITION SCORES Maulida, Nursyifa Rahma
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/argipa.v4i1.3585

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The increase of patients treated with haemodialysis (HD) was presented around 32.04% from 2013 to 2015 in Indonesia. Protein energy malnutrition (PEM) of dialysis patient was being the crucial indicator to manage the complication. There were several factors influencing the nutritional status. Dialysis malnutrition scores (DMS) was established as a sensitive and specific screening tool for early identification and prevent the condition of dialysis patients. The purpose of this study was to investigate the correlation between adequate intake and nutritional status using DMS. This cross-sectional study was conducted in RSIJ Cempaka Putih, consisting of 35 dialysis patients. Subjects were chosen based on consecutive sampling method. A structured questionnaire for DMS was used to collect the data, consisted of 7 components by health provider at the hospital. Nutrient intake was assessed for 2 days using 24-hour recall method by trained nutritionist. The result found that there were significant correlation between intake of energy (r=-0.391; p<0.005) and protein (r=-0.467, p<0.005) with nutritional status using DMS. Unfortunately, the correlation was not found between sodium and fluid intake to nutritional status. However, there were significant correlation between intake of energy, protein, natrium, and fluid into interdialytic weight gain (IDWG). Previous study found that complication caused by increasing IDWG and Protein Energy Malnutrition (PEM) can affect the quality of life in patients on HD. Patients with inadequate intake consistently had an impact of protein breakdown as an energy substitute. It will produce the metabolic waste of protein that can influence the renal function. In summary, adequate intake of energy, protein, and fluid were the important determinants to improve nutritional status using DMS. Keywords: Dialysis Malnutrition Scores, Hemodialysis, Interdialytic Weight Gain, Nutritional Intake
PERBEDAAN PERSEPSI CITARASA, ASUPAN ENERGI DAN ZAT GIZI MAKRO SEBELUM DAN SESUDAH MODIFIKASI LAUK NABATI DI PANTI ASUHAN AL-IKHWANIYAH TANGERANG SELATAN Sari, Dini Puspita
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22236/argipa.v4i1.3286

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Vegetable side dishes are all food ingredients sourced from vegetable protein; the function of proteins as body building substances, because protein is a new tissue forming material. Nutritional intake in children who live in dormitories is lower than children who do not live in a dormitory, it is necessary to study the level of consumption of children who live in dormitories. The consumption of vegetable side dishes at the Al-Ikhwaniyah Orphanage in South Tangerang is very low because there are still many vegetable side dishes that are not consumed or leftover food on many vegetable side dishes. This study aims to see differences in perceptions of taste and acceptability of vegetable side dishes before and after being modified. The number of research respondents was 34 children of Al-Ikhwaniyah Orphanage who met the inclusion criteria. The results of the study were that there were differences in the perception of vegetable side dish taste with p = 0.000 taste aspect (p value <0.05), Aroma aspect with p value = 0.000 (p value <0.05) and color aspect with p value = 0.002 (p value <0.05) , whereas for vegetable side tofu there are differences in the perception of vegetable side dishes taste with p = 0.000 taste aspect (p value <0.05)), Aroma aspect with p = 0.000 (p value <0.05) and color aspect with p value = 0.001 (value p <0.05). There were differences in energy intake p = 0.000 (p value <0.05), carbohydrate intake with p = 0.000 (p value <0.05), protein intake with p value = 0.001 (p value <0.05) and fat intake with p = 0, -17 (p value <0.05). Modifying vegetable side dishes can significantly increase preference and can increase nutrient intake in children.