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Eating Behavior and Protein Intake in Adolescent Girls with Anemia in Junior High School Krispa Silian the Regency of Southeast Minahasa North Sulawesi Indonesia

Rudolf Boyke Purba1, I Made Djendra1, Reza Z. Kindangen1, Irza N. Ranti1, Olga Paruntu1, Grace K. Langi1, and Joice M. Laoh2
1.Departement of Nutrition Health Polytechnic Ministry of Health Manado, Indonesia
2.Departemen of Nursing Health Polytechnic Ministry of Health Manado, Indonesia
Abstract—Adolescents girls are at risk of anemia because at this time there is rapid growth and development so the needs of macro and micronutrients are higher especially during menstruation. Young women, in general, have characteristics of unhealthy eating habits. Among other habits do not take breakfast is usual, because they want to loose weight (ignore the source of protein). The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between eating behavior and protein intake in adolescent girls with anemia. A cross sectional study was applied at Junior High School Krispa Silian of Southeast Minahasa Regency Indonesia. A total of 55 subjects participated in this study people (stratified random sampling) eating behavior, protein intake and anemia were variables collected. Using interview for eating behavior, protein intake using 24 hours food recall and hemoglobin using Autocheck. Chi-Square test analyses was employed. The results showed that, adolescents girls suffering from anemia were 52.7%, with eating behavior is dominantly not good (61.8%), and with less than 60% protein intake. Conclusion, there is a significant relationship between eating behavior with the incidence of anemia and protein intake with the incidence of anemia in adolescents girls at Junior High School Krispa Silian Southeast Minahasa North Sulawesi.

Index Terms—anemia, eating behavior, protein

Cite:Rudolf Boyke Purba, I Made Djendra, Reza Z. Kindangen, Irza N. Ranti, Olga Paruntu, Grace K. Langi, and Joice M. Laoh, "Eating Behavior and Protein Intake in Adolescent Girls with Anemia in Junior High School Krispa Silian the Regency of Southeast Minahasa North Sulawesi Indonesia," International Journal of Pharma Medicine and Biological Sciences, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 53-57, April 2019. doi: 10.18178/ijpmbs.8.2.53-57

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