Efektifitas Edukasi Gizi Terhadap Perbaikan Asupan Protein dan Kadar Hemoglobin pada Remaja Putri
Kusudaryati, Dewi Pertiwi Dyah
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Anemia in adolescent girls may occur because of increased iron requirements on growth, low intake or bioavailability of iron from food, infections and parasites, the loss of iron through menstruation. In addition, low education, low knowledge, low income and low social status of society is a fundamental cause of anemia in Indonesia (Arisman, 2009; Zulaekah, 2009). The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of nutrition education to the intake of protein and hemoglobin levels in adolescent girls. This research method to study design randomized pretest-posttest control group design. The subject is the student class X SMA N 1 Simo were divided into treatment and comparison groups, each group of 28 subjects. The treatment group was given nutrition education subjects such as nutrition education and booklets, while the comparison group were given a booklet on nutrition. This study was conducted over three months. Effect of nutrition education before and after treatment was tested with Paired t-test. Differences in the treatment and comparison groups were tested by Independent t-test. The results of this study are effective nutrition education increase as much as 17.43 grams of protein intake, and nutrition education effectively increase hemoglobin levels of 1.3 g / dl. It is concluded that nutrition education effectively increase protein intake, and hemoglobin concentration.