KARYA ILMIAH

Pengarang
Herlina Jusuf
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- Kesehatan
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The objective of this study was to examine the behavioral associations of Gorontalo people in consuming foods with the incidence of metabolic syndrome. This research is expected to contribute as data source for endeavor to prevent morbidity and mortality of cardiovascular system disease. The approach of the study was an observational analytic study with cross sectional design. The population in this study was all non-infectious patients treated in the path of internal policlinic and heart policlinic located three Hospitals in Gorontalo Province, Indonesia, namely Regional Hospital of City Gorontalo – Rumah Sakit Umum Daerah (RSUD) Prof. Aloe Saboe, Regional Hospital of District Gorontalo (RSUD) MM Dunda Limboto Gorontalo and Regional Hospital of Bone Bolango (RSUD) Toto Kabila Bone Bolango, Gorontalo to obtain sample of 360 respondents. The sampling method employed non-probability sampling technique by accidental/convenience sampling. These samples were then subjected to multiple tests to establish the appropriate metabolic syndrome of criteria in the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) Adult Treatment Panel-III (ATP-III) NCEP-ATP III. After that the sample was then given some questions about habitual behavior in consuming food. All research procedures were granted ethical permission from the Medical Ethics Committee of Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar, Indonesia. The result of the study showed that female (109 respondents) were more prone to metabolic syndrome than men, and age range of 46-60 years (151 respondents) were more risky to metabolic syndrome compared to the age range 25 - 45 years. There is a significant relationship between food consumption in the fatty foods (p value = 0.001, OR = 2.023), baked foods (p value = 0.000, OR = 2.638), salted food (p value = 0.016, OR = 3.094) and Gourmet powder (p value = 0.000, OR = 2.911) with metabolic syndrome. Keywords: Food, Consumption habit, Consuming, Behavior, Adult, Metabolic, Syndrome
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Wolters Kluwer Medknow Publications
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Terbit
2020
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