Hubungan Frekuensi Konsumsi Makanan Cepat Saji (Fast Food) dengan Tempat Tinggal Pada Mahasiswa FIK dan FT Universitas Muhamammadiyah Surakarta
Mardiyati, Nur Lathifah
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Fast food (fast food) is food available in quick time and is ready to eat, such as fried chicken, hamburgers or pizza. Fast food is easily available in the market provide the availability of variety of food to taste and purchasing power. Processing and setup is easier and faster, suitable for those who are very busy. Many factors contribute to the high consumption of fast food among the busyness of parents, social environment and a place to stay. Students who live in boarding houses on average have a habit of eating out, but did not rule on the students who live in homes that have busy parents. Objective : Knowing the relationship of fast food consumption frequency with stay on the students of the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Engineering at the Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta. Methods : This study was an observational with cross sectional approach. Frequency of fast food consumption using current semi-quantitative food frequency (FFQ) and student residence with interviews directly. Data analysis using Chi Square test. Results : The average frequency of consumption of fast food to the students most in the category Nikken infrequently as much as 73.7% and average subjects consume fast food on the engineering faculty at most in the category often as much as 73.7%. Based on the results of Chi Square test, p = 0.095 no correlation frequency of consumption of fast food to a FIK students residence, and p = 0,000 significant association between the frequency of consumption of fast food to stay on the FT students. Conclusion : There is no correlation frequency of consumption of fast food to a FIK students residence and there was a significant association between the frequency of fast food consumption to a FT students residence.