Frequency of "Snacking", Consumption of Junk Food and Screen Time with the Incidence of Overweight in Students

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Title Frequency of "Snacking", Consumption of Junk Food and Screen Time with the Incidence of Overweight in Students
Frekuensi “Ngemil”, Konsumsi Junk Food dan Screen Time dengan Kejadian Overweight pada Mahasiswa
 
Creator Amar, M. Ikhsan
Dewi, Sulistyani Meita
 
Subject junk food
snacking
overweight
teenagers
junk food
ngemil
overweight
remaja
 
Description Adolescents who experience nutritional status are more due to the behavior of eating a lot but not doing physical activity so what happens is that the energy that enters the body is not appropriate and far more than the energy used for activity and growth. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between Frequency of "Snacking", Consumption of Junk Food, Screen Time with Overweight Incidence in UPN Veteran Jakarta Students. The method in this research was quantitative and used a cross sectional study design. The sample in this study was 38 samples with the simple random sampling technique. The instrument in this study was to use a questionnaire. Based on the results, there were 36.8% of subjects with more nutrition. Based on the results of the chi square test, it shows that there is a relationship between junk food consumption (p = 0,014) and screen time (p = 0,030) with the incidence of overweight. Meanwhile, the frequency of "snacking" there was no relationship with the incidence of overweight (p = 0,093). The conclusion is that there is a relationship between junk food consumption and screen time with the incidence of overweight in adolescents. There is no relationship between the frequencies of "snacking" with the incidence of overweight in adolescents.
Remaja yang mengalami status gizi lebih disebabkan karena perilaku banyak makan tetapi kurang melakukan aktivitas fisik maka yang terjadi adalah energi yang masuk ke dalam tubuh tidak sesuai dan jauh lebih banyak daripada energi yang digunakan untuk beraktivitas dan masa pertumbuhan.Tujuan penelitian ini adalah Untuk mengetahui hubungan antara Frekuensi “Ngemil”, Konsumsi Junk Food, Screen Time Dengan Kejadian Overweight Pada Mahasiswa UPN Veteran Jakarta. Metode dalam penelitian ini adalah kuantitatif dan menggunakan desain Cross Sectional Study. Sampel dalam penelitian ini sebanyak 38 sampel dengan teknik Simple Random Sampling. Instrumen dalam penelitian ini adalah menggunakan kuesioner. Berdasarkan hasil, terdapat 36,8% subjek dengan gizi lebih. Berdasarkan hasil uji chi square menunjukkan adanya hubungan antara konsumsi junk food (p=0,014) dan screen time (p=0,030) dengan kejadian overweight. sedangkan, pada frekuensi “ngemil” tidak terdapat hubungan dengan kejadian overweight (p=0,093). Kesimpulan adalah terdapat hubungan antara konsumsi junk food dan screen time dengan kejadian overweight pada remaja. tidak terdapat hubungan antara frekuensi “ngemil” dengan kejadian overweight pada remaja.
 
 
Publisher LPPM Akper Yapenas 21 Maros
 
Date 2021-04-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://ojs.yapenas21maros.ac.id/index.php/jika/article/view/66
10.36590/jika.v3i1.66
 
Source Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan; Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021): Volume 3, Nomor 1 April 2021; 193-199
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan; Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Volume 3, Nomor 1 April 2021; 193-199
2686-2883
2337-9847
10.36590/jika.v3i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://ojs.yapenas21maros.ac.id/index.php/jika/article/view/66/60
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 M. Ikhsan Amar, Sulistyani Meita Dewi
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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