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The correlation between dietary patterns with nutritional status on 10-12 years old student

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posted on 22.12.2020, 06:39 by EMM Has, TW Ningtias, Setho HadisuyatmanaSetho Hadisuyatmana

© 2020 EManuscript Technologies. All rights reserved. Children disposed to rule out of the dietary pattern. Meanwhile, Dietary habits are needed by children to grow and develop optimally. This study aimed to analyze the correlation between dietary patterns with nutritional status on 10-12 years old students at Primary School Sumberkembar 03, Binangun. The research design was a cross-sectional study. Samples were 28 respondents chosen by using simple random sampling. The independent variable is the dietary pattern, and the dependent variable is nutritional status. The instruments used are food recall 3x24 hours and Body Mass index. Data were analyzed using Spearman's Rho with a significant level of p <0.005. The results had shown that there was no correlation between dietary patterns and nutritional status (p=0.364). This research was limited to the dietary design, while more factors can affect nutritional status. It can be concluded that food patterns did not correlate with the nutritional status of children aged 10-12 years old student, in further research with different research methods to assess nutritional status more accurately.


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Systematic Reviews in Pharmacy






4p. (p. 1121-1124)


Wolters Kluwer



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