Perbedaan Pola Asupan Kalori Makanan terkait Obesitas pada Geriatri

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Rifaldi Saputra
Tiara Regina Beatriks Sigar
Amelia Lorensia

Abstract

The rapid increase in the population growth of the elderly (geriatrics) is one of the characteristics of the 21st
century population. In 2000 the total geriatric population worldwide reached 426 million or around 6.8% of the
total population. The increase in the geriatric population in Indonesia was predicted long ago. The increase in
the geriatric population has created a public health problem, namely the high morbidity rate. Obesity was found
to be one of the factors manifesting in caloric intake. This study aims to determine differences in calorie intake
and differences in BMI in obese and non-obese geriatrics. In this study using a retrospective method by
collecting respondents using purposive sampling. Variables to be examined include: food calorie intake using
the 24-Hour Recall method and Body Mass Index. The respondents of this study consisted of 76 respondents in
the obese geriatric group and 76 respondents in the non-obese geriatric group. The results of different tests on
food calorie intake in the obese and non-obese geriatric groups showed a value of p = 0.000. The conclusion
obtained in this study is that there is a significant difference in caloric intake in the obese and non-obese
geriatric groups.

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Saputra, R. ., Sigar, T. R. B., & Lorensia, A. . (2023). Perbedaan Pola Asupan Kalori Makanan terkait Obesitas pada Geriatri. CoMPHI Journal: Community Medicine and Public Health of Indonesia Journal, 3(3). https://doi.org/10.37148/comphijournal.v3i3.127
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