(peer review + artikel proseding + similiarity + Sertifikat OP) DIVERSIFIKASI NUTRISI BERBASIS UBI UNGU (Ipomea Batatas L) DALAM MEMENUHI KEBUTUHAN GIZI PADA IBU HAMIL

Azza, Awatiful and Indriyani, Diyan and Priantari, Ika (2019) (peer review + artikel proseding + similiarity + Sertifikat OP) DIVERSIFIKASI NUTRISI BERBASIS UBI UNGU (Ipomea Batatas L) DALAM MEMENUHI KEBUTUHAN GIZI PADA IBU HAMIL. Ikatan Perawat Maternitas (IPEMI) Jateng.

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Abstract

Abstract Pregnant women need quality nutrition. The impact of not fulfilling maternal nutrition during pregnancy can cause growth and development problems for both mother and fetus including chronic energy shortages (KEK), anemia and LBW (low birth weight babies). This research is a quantitative analytic research, with a completely randomized design (CRD). The research approach used in this study is an experimental approach to analyze the nutritional content of ipomea batatas L as a rice substitute food that can be consumed for pregnant women. The sample used was local Ipomea batats L. Laboratory analysis used to determine the nutritional content of Ipomea batats L is by proximate analysis and chemical tests. The results of this research are the nutritional content of Ipomea batatas L including carbohydrate potential enough as a food diversification and agro-industry material is 84.08% in 100 gr, Phosphorus in dried Ipome Batas L 48mg / 100gr, Calcium 32mg / 100gr, Potassium 38mg / 100gr, Vit. A (0.1µgr / 100gr), Fat 1%, Sodium 1mg / 100gr, Protein 2.22%. In the Ipomea L fresh for Vit C (28µgr / 100gr) and Iron 0.7 mg / 100gr. The complete nutrient content in Ipomea batas L can be an alternative source of rice. However, the habits and culture that exists in the community causes Ipomea batas L not to be a source of carbohydrate which is the people's choice. Collaboration with related agencies is needed to improve the carbohydrate-based nutrition diversification program.

Item Type: Peer Review
Uncontrolled Keywords: Nutrition, Ipomea batatas L, pregnant women
Subjects: 600 Technology and Applied Science > 610 Medicine and Health
Divisions: Faculty of Health > Department of Nursing Science (S1 - Undergraduate Thesis)
Depositing User: Awatiful Azza
Date Deposited: 10 Oct 2020 02:36
Last Modified: 02 Mar 2021 01:25
URI: http://repository.unmuhjember.ac.id/id/eprint/6334

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