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ISSN (Print) 1693-7228 - ISSN (Online) 2540-8410
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           HIV/AIDS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW [Zinc Status and The Role of Zinc
           Supplementation on Immune System in HIV/AIDS Patients: A Systematic

    • Authors: Putri Hersya Maulia, Farapti Farapti
      Pages: 115 - 122
      Abstract: Zinc has a potential role in defense system by taking control in immunity cells activity. Zinc is a micro-nutrient that attains in such prominence as a co-factor for hundred enzymes and inducing nutritional metabolism. In condition of HIV infection, low plasma zinc level can inhibit T cell establishment, then decreasing humoral and cellular immunity. Furthermore, zinc plasma defi ciency will impact the disease progression thus increasing mortality rate. Based on several studies, giving zinc supplementation to HIV/AIDS patient still shows controversial results. The aim of this systematic review was to analyze zinc status in HIV/AIDS patients and examine the effect of zinc supplementation related to immunity status. The method of the study was conducted comprehensive searches on adults HIV infected aged >18 years who underwent outpatient care or hospitalized that received single zinc supplementation or in multivitamin and minerals form. The result from nine studies demonstrated that most of HIV/AIDS patients have a low plasma zinc level and after receiving zinc supplementation with a dose at least 12 mg for more than 1 month consecutively, the lymphocytes CD4+ and IFN-γ status in HIV/AIDS patients was increasing. Furthermore, the intervention of zinc supplementation also showed some positive improvement in other infections occurrence such as diarrhea, pneumonia, and tuberculosis. Zinc supplementation on HIV/AIDS patient has many benefi ts in increasing zinc status and improving the immune system.
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.115–122
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
           (Pangasius sp.) DAN PURE KELOR (Moringa oleifera) SEBAGAI SNACK BALITA
           [Acceptance and Nutrient Values of Dim Sum Substituted by Patin Fish
           (Pangasius sp.) and Moringa Puree (Moringa oleifera) as Snack for Under
           Five Children]

    • Authors: Ni Putu Ardhanareswari
      Pages: 123 - 131
      Abstract: Under five age is golden period where growth and development occurs rapidly, therefore nutrition support are important. Patin fish and Moringa leaves are foods that high in energy, and protein, which are needed in childrens growth. The purpose of this study was to analyze the infl uence of Patin fi sh (Pangasius sp.) and Moringa leaves puree (Moringa oleifera) substitution toward the acceptance and nutrient content (energy and protein) of dim sum as healthy snack for under fi ve children. This was a true experimental study with completely randomized design. Untrained panelists in this study were 30 pairs of mother and their children at integrated health post Kartini 5D to assess the acceptance of color, taste, fl avor, and texture of dim sum. Dim sum wrappers formula was F0 (0% Moringa fl our) while F1, F2, and F3 (4% Moringa fl our, 96% wheat fl our). Formula for dim sum fi lling was F0 (100% Spanish mackerel), F1 (100% patin fi sh, 0% fresh moringa leaves), F2 (90% patin fi sh, 10% fresh moringa leaves), and F3 (85% patin fi sh, 15% fresh moringa leaves). Kruskal Wallis test result on fl avor, taste, and color showed no signifi cant difference among all dim sum formulas (p>0.05), while for texture there was a signifi cant difference (p<0.037). Mann Whitney test showed that texture in control formula and modifi cation formula have signifi cant differences (p<0.05), but result the test among modifi cation formulas had no signifi cant difference. (p>0.05). Formula F2 was the best formula that can be accepted in terms of color, taste, fl avor, and texture with energy value 234 kcal, and protein 7.9 g/100 g dim sum.
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.123–131
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
           INDONESIA [Macronutrient Consumption and Nutritional Status of
           International Students in Surabaya, Indonesia]

    • Authors: Airin Levina, Sri Sumarmi
      Pages: 132 - 139
      Abstract: Nutrient intake is one of the factors affect nutritional status. International students who live in other countries face different environment from their own country. The differences affects food habits, nutritional adequacy level, and nutritional status of international students. This study aimed to analyze the correlation of nutrition intake and nutritional status among international students in Surabaya. This cross-sectional study included 30 respondents. Food consumption was collected by Semi-Quantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire. Nutritional status determined by body weight and height. Chi-square test was used to analyze the correlation variables. The average energy intake of international students were 1,888 ± 379 kcal per day. The percentage of overweight international students were 20% and underweight were 16.7%. The results showed low correlation between energy (r=0.370) and protein (r=0.380) adequacy level with nutritional status, moderate correlation between fat adequacy level (r=0.410) and nutritional status, and no correlation between carbohydrate adequacy level (r=-) with nutritional status. The conclusion was lower macronutrient intake causes inadequacy energy level which causes one third of international students didn’t have normal nutritional status. Therefore, international students need to increase macronutrient intake by increasing meal-portion, choosing balanced food, and not skipping meal time.
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.132–139
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
           Handlers Attitude with Good Manufacturing Practice in the Household Food
           Industry in Kampung Kue Surabaya]

    • Authors: Maya Amelia, Annis Adi
      Pages: 140 - 146
      Abstract: The application of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) can improve quality of products. Good manufacturing practice aim to make a safe product to be consumed. Attitude of food handlers can affect practice of food handlers on production process. The purpose of this study was to analyze the correlation between attitude of food handlers with GMP. This research was an observational study, using cross sectional design. Subjects were 38 food handlers, taken by simple random sampling. Data were collected include interview method using attitude questionnaires and observation of the GMP. Data were analyzed using Spearman Correlation. Results showed majority of food handlers have adequate attitude (55.3%), meanwhile GMP were poor (89.5%). There was a signifi cant correlation between attitude (p=0.018) with good manufacturing practice. Food handlers have to pay more attention on the cleanliness of production space and the use of appropriate clothes for handling the food, such as apron, cap, and masker. Food handlers who have had food safety certifi cate needs to share GMP to other food handlers. Periodically training in food safety needs to be done at Kampung Kue Surabaya.
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.140–146
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
           Between Intake of Iron, Protein, Vitamin C and Menstruation Pattern with
           Haemoglobin Concentration among Adolescent Girl in Senior High School 1
           Manyar Gresik]

    • Authors: Cynthia Almaratus Sholicha, Lailatul Muniroh
      Pages: 147 - 153
      Abstract: One of nutrition problem that needs to get high attention is anemia. Anemia is a condition that develops when healthy red blood cells below normal. Inadequate intake of nutrient, menstruation, infectious diseases, and lack of knowledge can caused anemia. Monthly menstruation and growth period drive adolescent girls pronen to anemia. The purpose of this study was to analyze correlation between intake of iron, protein, vitamin C and menstruation patterns with anemia among adolescent girls. This study used cross sectional design. Population of this study was adolescent student grade X and XI at SMAN 1 Manyar Gresik. Sixty two students were selected using proportional random sampling . Data were collected with semi quantitative food frequency questionnaire, structured questionnaire, and digital haemoglobinmeter. Data were analyzed using Spearman correlation test and Chi-square test. Results showed intake of iron (r=0.635; p=0.000), protein (r=0.663; p=0.000), and vitamin C (r=0.780; p=0.000) was correlated with haemoglobin concentration similiar with menstruation pattern which also had signifi cant correlation with anemia (p=0.002). Lower intake of iron, protein and vitamin C, caused lower haemoglobin concentration. Thus, anemia incidence will be higher. Adolescent girl are expected to increase food consumption of food source of iron and consume iron supplement routinely to replace iron that lost during menstruation.
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.147–153
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
           TEMPE [Sensory Quality, Pore Size, Glycemic Index, and Glycemic Load of
           White Bread with Cassava Flour (Manihot esculenta) and Tempeh Flour

    • Authors: Nanik Hamidah, Riyanto Riyanto, Endang Taat Uji
      Pages: 154 - 163
      Abstract: Bread is alternative food made by wheat fl our that can be used as one of carbohydrates sources. Bread is classifi ed as high glycemic index food. Cassava is one of carbohydrate source contain high resistant starch which has low glycemic index, meanwhile tempeh has high protein value. Substitution of wheat fl our with cassava and tempah fl our is predicted can give lower glycemic index and higher protein content of white bread. Purpose for this research was to analyse the effect of cassava fl our tempeh fl our substitution to sensory, pore size, glycemic index, and glycemic load of white bread. Research method were used true experimental with complete randomized design. Proportion of cassava and tempeh fl our were respectively P1 (0%), P2 (2.4%;0.8%), P3 (4.8%;1.6%), P4 (7.3%;2.4%) and P5 (9.7%;3.2%). Sensory quality and pore size were analysed by Kruskall Wallis followed by ranking difference test. Glycemic index test were done only for the best formula (P2) based on sensory test treatment. Result of this study showed substitution of cassava and tempeh fl our gave signifi cant infl uences toward sensory quality including texture (p=0.003), fl avour (p=0.0001), colour [crumb, crust (p=0.0001)], taste (p=0.012), and size of pore (p=0.0001). Glycemic Index (IG) and Glycemic Load (BG) test of formula P2 showed 132.32 and 53,32 which belong to high category. Substitution of wheat fl our with cassava and soybean tempeh fl our changed the sensory quality, pore size, IG and BG high category
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.154–163
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
           SYNDROME OVERWEIGHT DAN NONOVERWEIGHT [Comparison of Energy Adequacy Level
           and Physical Activity of Overweight and NonOverweight Adolescence with
           Down Syndrome]

    • Authors: Diana Rizqi Fauziyah, R. Bambang Wirjatmadi
      Pages: 164 - 169
      Abstract: Overweight and obesity are nutritional problems that are often found in adolescence and early adulthood who experience down syndrome. The purpose of this research was to compare the energy adequacy level and physical activity of overweight and non-overweight adolescene with down syndrome. This research used case control study design. Collected data included antropomethry data, energy intake with 2x24 hours food recall, and pyhsical activity with physical activity questionnaire. Data were analyzed using Mann Whitney test. This research showed that adolescents with down syndrome tend to had low energy intake and activity level. There was no signifi cant difference in evergy adequacy level (p value=0.571) and physical activity level in both groups (p value=0.182).
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.164–169
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
           KANKER PAYUDARA POST KEMOTERAPI [Correlation between Appetite with Energy
           and Protein Intake of Post Chemotherapy Breast Cancer Patients]

    • Authors: Silviana Putri, Merryana Adriani, Yayuk Estuningsih
      Pages: 170 - 176
      Abstract: Chemotherapy drugs used to kill or inhibit proliferation of cancer cell that are cytotoxic and causing side effect for breast cancer patients. The side effect of chemotherapy drugs is decreasing the appetite which causing decrease in energy and protein intake, and could affect nutritional status. This study aim to determine the relationship between appetite with energy and protein intake of post chemotherapy breast cancer patients. This research was an analytic observational research using cross sectional design and purposive sampling conducted at Dr. Ramelan Navy Hospital Surabaya with a sample size of 50 patients. Correlation between appetite with energy and protein intake were analyzed using Pearson correlation. The average of energy and protein intake were 976.3±304.2 kcal and 29.4±12.9 g. Pearson correlation test showed signifi cant correlation between appetite as chemoteraphy side effect with energy intake (p=0.000; r=-0.558) and protein intake (p=0.000; r=-0.504). Decreasing of appetite due to chemoterapy reduce the energy and protein intake of breast cancer patient. Patient are suggest to consume foods in small portion but often to maintain adequate energy and protein intake.
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.170–176
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
           Macronutrient Adequacy Level and Food Security among Elementary School
           Children from Farmers Family]

    • Authors: Nur Fatimah, Triska Susila Nindya
      Pages: 177 - 185
      Abstract: Food security is an underlying cause of malnutrition in children. Food security affects children’s quality and quantity of food consumption. Food quantity are refl ected by energy and macronutrient adequacy level (protein, fat, carbohydrate). This study aimed to analyze the association between the energy and macronutrient adequacy level with food security among elementary school children from farmer family. Study was a cross sectional study with simple random sampling. Total samples are 60 elementary school students from grade 1 to 6 at SDN Jombatan 1, SDN Jombatan 2, and SDN Jombatan 3 Jombatan Village, Kesamben Sub-district, Jombang Regency, and their parents are paddy rice farmers. Data collected by samples characteristics questionnaire, 2x24 hours food recall form, and United States – Household Food Security Survey Modul (US-HFSSM) questionnaire. Spearman correlation test were used to analyze the correlation between variables. Most of school children had insuffi cient energy and macronutrients adequacy level energy (91.7%), protein (54.2%), fat (84.8%), and carbohydrate (86.4%) respectively. More than half of farmer family were included in food insecurity without hunger (58.3%). There was signifi cant association between energy adequacy level with food security among elementary school students from farmer family (p=0.039). Nonetheless, there were no signifi cant correlation between macronutrient adequacy level such as protein (p=0.931), fat (p=0.189), and carbohydrate (p=0.104) with food security among elementary school student from farmer family. Family food security associated with the quantity of family food consumption. Increasing food security to increase energy adequacy level can be done by increasing income from non-agricultural sector.
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.177–185
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
           [Implementation of The First 1000 Days of Life Movement in Pasaman Regancy

    • Authors: Nesra Nefy, Nur Indrawati Lipoeto, Edison Edison
      Pages: 186 - 196
      Abstract: The fi rst 1000 days of life movement, is an effort to support the commitment to accelerate nutrition improvement plan action since pregnancy until the age of 2 years. Considering the high number of nutritional problems in the last 3 years, namely stunting, wasting, low birth weight, and anemia in pregnancy, we should reevaluate the implementation of The First 1000 Days of Life Movement in Kabupaten Pasaman. The aim of this research was to describe the input, process, and output. This study was a qualitative research, with problems the fi rst 1000 days movement indepth interview, document review, and observatio. There were 19 informants. The result of the study for the input aspect was there was no written regulation, no vision and mission, no program objectives, no commitment, and there was lack in human resources and infrastructures. The result from the process aspect of the movement is specifi c and sensitive intervention, and the result from the output aspect was there were still a couple of program objectives has not yet been achieved. The conclusion of this research is, there is still no written regulation and no optimization of multi sector involvement in the 1000 HPK movement, and there is also the lack of human resources and infrastructure. Specifi c and sensitive interventions have been done but there is still lack of monitoring and evaluation. The suggestion that can be proposed for Health Ministry as the leading sector that can promote the formation of regulation and commitment to The First 1000 Days of Life Movement.
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.186–196
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
           JASMANI GURU OLAHRAGA SEKOLAH DASAR [Nutritient Intake, Physical Activity,
           Nutrition Knowledge, Nutritional Status, and Physical Fitness of
           Elementary School Sport Teacher]

    • Authors: Andini Retno Yunitasari, Tiurma Sinaga, Reisi Nurdiani
      Pages: 197 - 206
      Abstract: Sport teacher are central fi gure for attitude, behaviour, and healthy lifestyle change of student, especially at primary school level. This research aimed to analyze nutrition intake, physical activity, nutrition knowledge, nutritional status, and physical fi tness of sport teacher in Jagakarsa subdistrict ptimary school, South Jakarta. Design of this study was cross sectional, with total subject are 53 subjects. Collected data were characteristics of subjects, weight and height, nutritional knowledge, food consumption, physical activity, and physical fi tness (YMCA step test). Data were collected using direct interview, questionnaires, anthropometric measurements, and body fi tness measurement throught YMCA test. Result showed that most of sport teacher in Jagakarsa subdistrict have obesity nutritional status (41.5%), high percentage of body fat (64.1%), light physical activity (45.3%), suffi cient physical fi tness level (47.2%), and nutrition knowledge level was moderate (52%). Energy adequacy level (43.4%) and protein adequacy level (26.4%) of subject classifi ed into severe defi cits, while fat adequacy levels (39.6%) and carbohydrate adequacy levels (73.6%) classifi ed into defi cits. Spearman correlation test showed signifi cant correlation (p<0.05) between carbohydrate intake and body mass index, also signifi cant correlation (p<0.05) between body fat percentage and fi tness level based on pulse rate. Sport teacher need to care about nutritional status, food intake, and physical activity referring to balanced nutrition guidelines in order to prevent increasing obesity problem.
      PubDate: 2019-07-01
      DOI: 10.20473/mgi.v14i2.197–206
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2019)
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