SUSANTI, DIAH AYU and Puruhita, Niken (2012) PERBEDAAN ASUPAN ENERGI, PROTEIN DAN STATUS GIZI PADA REMAJA PANTI ASUHAN DAN PONDOK PESANTREN:(Studi Kasus di Panti asuhan Darul Khadlonah dan pondok pesantren Baitul Muqodas Pekalongan). Undergraduate thesis, Fakultas Kedokteran .
Background : Adolescents is one of vulnerable group which is lack of nutrition. In general nutrition intake of female adolescents in the orphanage is less than in the moslem boarding school. Aim : Knowing the differences of energy intake, protein, and nutrition status at female adolescents in the orphanage and moslem boarding school. Methods : Kinds of this research is observational research which is use cross sectional approach. Amount of subject in this research is 46 adolescents, which is 23 adolescents live in Darul Khadlonah Orphanage dan another 23 adolescentds live in Baitul Muqodas Moslem Boarding School. Analysis of data using independent T – test and Mann Whitney U Test with the SPSS program for windows. Results : There were differences of energy intake significantly (P=0,00) between female adolescent of orphanage and moslem boarding school. There were differences of protein intake significantly (P=0,00) between both of subject group. There were not differences of MUAC significantly (P=0,074) between female adolescent group of orphanage and moslem boarding school. There were differences of BMI significantly (P=0,008) at both of subject group. Conclusion : Most of the adequacy energy and protein level of female adolescent at orphanage and moslem boarding school is included in low category. MUAC at female adolescent group of orphanage was not different if being compare with moslem boarding school group.There are 13 subjects in the orphanage and 7 subjects in the moslem boarding school which is in a bad nutrition status. However, BMI between both of subject group are different significantly. There are 7 underweight subjects in the orphanage and 2 overweight subjects in the moslem boarding school. Keywords : Energy intake, Protein intake, BMI, MUAC
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