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Involvement of Family Members and Nutrition Care Pattern of Positive Deviance Ratnaningsih, Tri; Wahyuni, Chatarina Umbul; Notobroto, Hari Basuki; Adi, Annis Catur
Health Notions Vol 2 No 4 (2018): April 2018
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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Nutritious food giving in under-fives to sustain the growth and development of under-fives optimally required the involvement of family members other than fathers. The purpose of this study was to determine the correlation between family members involvement with the mothers nutrition care pattern of poor families in the Mojokerto regency of East Java. This research design was using case control with case population of poor mother with healthy under-five and control population was poor mother with nutritious problem child. Number of case group samples 79 people and control group 41 people. Sampling technique with multi stage sampling. Data collection using questionnaires that have been tested the validity and reliability to 30 people. Data analysis using chi square statistic test. The results showed that the involvement of other family members in the positive deviance mothers was good as much as 35 people (44.30%). In non-positive mother deviance involvement of most other family members were less than 31 people (75.61%), chi square obtained p = 0,000 and value α = 0,05, meaning there was correlation of family member involvement with care pattern of positive deviance mother. The involvement of family members motivated mothers to provide a good nutritional food to under-five children.  
The Effect of Green Coffee Bean Extract on The Weight Rats with High Fat Diet Alristina, Arie Dwi; Adi, Annis Catur; Ismawati, Rita
Health Notions Vol 2 No 4 (2018): April 2018
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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WHO declares that obesity is a global epidemic. In 2014, 39% of adults >18 years old were overweight and 13% had obesity. This research aims to determine the effect of green coffee extract on the weight rats fed high-fat diet. Method: This research is true experimental pre-post test with control group design. The animals were grouped into 5 groups, i.e., group1 (negative control), group2 (positive controls fed high-fat diet), group3 (high-fat diet and GCBE dose of 100 mg/kg BW), group4 (high-fat diet and GCBE with dose of 200 mg/Kg BW), group5 (high-fat diet and GCBE dose of 400 mg/Kg BW). The obtained data were tested with one-way ANOVA followed by LSD analysis with α=0.05. Results: This research proves that green coffee bean extract with a dose of 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg BW can lower weight of rats with higt fat diet. Discussion: Green coffee extract contains active compound of chlorogenic acid that can increase AMPK activity so it has positive impact that can direct the result of metabolite substance, which is useful in decreasing fat synthesis. The high fat oxidation process results in decreased fat synthesis characterized by burning fat into energy thereby decreasing fat cells in adipose tissue.
Influence of Additional Feeding Recovery on The Intellectual Intelligence of Children Widyyati, Mei Lestari Ika; Irwanto, Irwanto; Adi, Annis Catur
Health Notions Vol 2 No 3 (2018): March 2018
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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Nutrition is the main requirement for a toddler, if not obtained food according to needs its nutrition value, it will interfere with the growing swell of current or next time. The purpose of this research was to analyze the effect of Additional Feeding Program Recovery on the intellectual intelligence children aged 4-5 years. Design of this research was observational cohort retrospective. The sample size was 70, were divided into two groups, group with a history of getting Additional Feeding Recovery and the Group didnt get Additional Feeding Recovery. Independent variable was Additional Feeding Recovery and the dependent variable was intellectual intelligence. Data was analyzed using Independent Sample t-test. There was no difference in the level of intelligence on the two group with p-value = 0.129. Kewords: Additional feeding recovery, Intellectual intelligence
Effect of Probiotic Milk Containing L. Casei Shirota on Immunoglobulin-G Levels Among Anemic Adolescent Girls Sugianti, Elya; Adi, Annis Catur; Ekayanti, Ikeu; Mahmudiono, Trias; Fatmaningrum, Widati; Yusmiati, Siti Nur Husnul
Health Notions Vol 2 No 2 (2018): February 2018
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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Probiotic play important role on immune systems. This study was to investigate effect of probiotic milk containing L. casei Shirota on immunoglobulin G levels among anemic adolescent girls. A total of 22 adolescent girls aged 13-18 years with anemia were included on this study. The subjects were separated into 2 groups i.e. a probiotic group and a control group by simple random sampling. During 4 weeks, a probiotic group received 1 tablet of 60 Fe elemental + 250 µg folate acid once a week and probiotic milk once daily. While a control group received 1 tablet of 60 Fe elemental + 250 µg folate acid once a week. Blood samples were collected at 0 and 4 weeks and assayed for immunoglobulin G levels by ELISA. Immunoglobulin G levels were not significantly increase after intervention. Compared with control group, probiotic milk administration in probiotic group did not significantly increased immunoglobulin G levels (p>0.05). The probiotic milk containing L. casei Shirota did not improve immunoglobulin G levels on anemic adolescent girls.  Keywords: Probiotic, Immunoglobulin G levels, Anemia, Adolescent girls
Type of Personality, Food Consumption and Physical Activity Levels as Determinants of Overweight and Obesity among Urban Adolescents Yusuf, Alfian; Suryanto, Suryanto; Adi, Annis Catur; Putra, M.G. Bagus Ani
Health Notions Vol 2 No 5 (2018): May 2018
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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Obesity is a global epidemic, it was health issues that must be addressed immediately. There was a very significant increase in the prevalence of overweight and obesity of adolescents. Several studies showed that social support related to eating disorders and physical activity of adolescents causes of overweight and obesity. Other study showed that personality contributes to health outcomes and it was associated with a controllable risk factor such as obesity. The aim of the study was to measure the relationship of personality type, fatty food consumption, and physical activity level to overweight and obesity among adolescents. We used a case-control design with 270 subjects. Case population was vocational or senior high school students with overweight or obesity and the control population was vocational or high school students without overweight or obesity. Data analysis used chi-square test with 95% confidence level (α = 0.05) and Odds Ratio (OR). The results showed that there was no significant relationship between personality type and overweight or obesity (p> 0.05). There was a significant relationship between the consumption of fatty foods (p = 0.001), the level of physical activity (p = 0.040) and overweight or obesity among adolescents. Keywords: Adolescents, Overweight, Obesity, Personality, Fatty foods, Physical activity
Malonaldehyde Level of Administration Ethanol Extract of Purple Sweet Potato Var. Ayamurasaki in Doca-Salt Hypertensive Rats Rahmawati, Irma Sarita; Soetjipto, Soetjipto; Adi, Annis Catur; Aulanni’am, Aulanni’am
Journal of Applied Food Technology Vol 5, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Dept. Food Technology, Faculty of Animal and Agricultural Sciences, Diponegoro University

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There is an increasing amount of evidence that oxidative stress related to hypertension can damage the function of diverse structures such as aorta. It is a well-established fact that chlorogenic acid and anthocyanine found in purple sweet potato generates bioactive compound with antihypertensive and antioxidant activities. The present study sought to investigate antioxidant activity of extract ethanol of purple sweet potato (EP) in deoxycorticosterone acetate (DOCA–salt)–induced hypertensive rats (Rattus norvegicus). The rats were orally administrated a 95% ethanol extract of purple sweet potato (var. Ayamurasaki) (EP) in a daily dose of 200 and 400 mg/kg body weight for 4 weeks. Aorta total malondialdehyde (MDA) and histopathology of aorta abdominal were examined. Aorta injury was observed in DOCA-salt hypertensive group rats compared to normotensive group rats, as aorta MDA significantly increased  (P<0.05). In contrast, treatment of DOCA-salt hypertensive rats with different dose of EP significantly reduced the total aorta MDA, as well as repair kidney damage, suppressed smooth muscle cell proliferation and lessen aorta wall thickening compared to controls. This is the first report that demonstrated blood pressure lowering and antioxidative effects of an ethanol extract of purple sweet potato, containing chlorogenic acid, in a DOCA–salt model of hypertension.
Regular Physical Activity, High Soy Dietary Intake and Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) Symptoms in Young Adult Women: A Descriptive Study Kusumawardani, Eva Flourentina; Adi, Annis Catur
Jurnal Ilmiah Kedokteran Wijaya Kusuma Vol 8, No 1 (2019): EDISI MARET 2019 (available online since April 2019)
Publisher : Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya

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Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) in adolescents group is one of the most common disorder in woman at reproductive age. It substantially reduces quality of life for many women of reproductive age, with pharmaceutical treatments having limited efficacy and substantial side effects. A health lifestyle e.g. regular physical activity and high soy dietary intakes has been recommended as a method of reducing PMS symptoms. This study aims to describe the physical activity and high soy dietary intake and PMS symptoms in female students of Vocational High School 10 Surabaya. This study was designed to describe the activity level were recalled in 7x24 hour, soy dietary intake, and severity of PMS symptoms in female students that was administrated by structured questionnaires. The result showed that of all participants (n=59) were defined as having light physical activity level (88.1%), moderate level of soy dietary intake (17.22-28.38 portions per month), and mild degree of PMS symptoms (71.2%). Based on crosstabulation showed that respondences who had light physical activity experienced moderate PMS degree (8.6%), and who had high soy dietary intake experienced moderate PMS degree (8.5%). This recommendation is based on relatively little evidence, and the relationship between physical activity, soy dietary intake, and premenstrual syndrome symptoms remains unclear.
Parenting Style in Early Marriage Mothers in Indonesia Irwanto, Irwanto; Ikhtiar, Ilham; Adi, Annis Catur; Putri, Andini Octaviana
Indonesian Journal of Medicine Vol 4, No 4 (2019)
Publisher : Masters Program in Public Health, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia

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Background: Mothers who were married too young have a higher risk of to experience psychological and emotional problems influencing parenting style, which may have an impact on child development. However, prevalence of parenting style in early marriage mothers in Indonesia is still unknown. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of adopted parenting style on early marriage mothers.Subjects and Method: A cross-sectional study was conducted in Martapura, Banjar Re­gency, South Kalimantan, Indonesia, from April 1 to May 30, 2018. Mothers who were married in early age (<21 years old) were enrolled using simple random sampling. The dependent variable was parenting style. The independent variables were education, family income, and number of children. Parenting style was measured by short version of parenting style and dimension questionnaire (PSDQ). The data were analyzed by Spearman test.Result: Authoritative parenting style is the most common parenting style (54.6%), followed by authoritarian (32.7%), and permissive (12.7%) parenting style. Education level (r= -0.07; p= 0.325) decreased parental parenting style, but it was statistically non-significant. Family income (r= 0.72; p= 0.302) and number of children (r= 0.27; p= 0.700) increased parental parenting style, but it was statistically non-significant.Conclusions: Education level decreases parental parenting style, but it is statistically non-significant. Family income and number of children increase parental parenting style, but it was statistically non-significant.Keywords: parenting style, early marriageCorrespondence: Irwanto. Department of Child Health, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Airlangga. Jl. Prof. Dr. Moestopo 6-8, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. Email: Irwanto.idris@gmail.com. Mobile +62­816­500818.Indonesian Journal of Medicine (2019), 4(4): 313-320https://doi.org/10.26911/theijmed.2019.04.04.03
Risk Factors of Stunting in Children Aged 1-5 Years at Wire Primary Health Care, Tuban Regency, East Java Puspitasari, Prastiwi Novia; Irwanto, Irwanto; Adi, Annis Catur
Journal of Maternal and Child Health Vol 5, No 4 (2020)
Publisher : Journal of Maternal and Child Health

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Background : Stunting is the most common malnutrition condition found in children around the world. Many factors can affect toddler nutritional status and cause stunting in them. They include genetic factors, family socioeconomic level, medical history and feeding practices. The present study aims to determine the impact of those factors on stunting incidence in children aged 1-5 years.Subjects and Method: The data was analyzed using cross-sectional approach with 109 mothers with children aged 1-5 years. Data collection was carried out by the means of direct interview using a questionnaire that has been validated for contents and toddler and parent height measurement.Results: The results showed that father and mother height, dietary diversity and fish consumption influenced stunting incidence in children aged 1-5 years. The mothers’ height (p=0.045; OR=9.847) significantly influenced stunting incidence.Conclusion: These results showed that genetic factors including mother and father height, dietary diversity and fish consumption influence stunting incidence in children aged 1-5 years. Thus, there is a need for a strategy focusing on the assistance to mothers who have children with stunting with the aim of improving the quality of feeding practices, especially related to dietary diversity and fish consumption.Keywords: stunting, children, socioeconomicsCorrespondence: Prastiwi Novia Puspitasari. Department of Mater­nal And Child Health, Faculty of Public Health, Air­langga University. Jl. Mulyorejo, Kampus C Un­air, Sukolilo, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. Email: prastiwinovia@gmail.com. Mobile: +62­8­5­­257200109.Journal of Maternal and Child Health (2020), 5(4): 387-395https://doi.org/10.26911/thejmch.2020.05.04.05
Potensi Ekstrak Etanol Ubi Jalar Ungu sebagai Inhibitor Angiotensin Converting Enzyme pada Tikus Hipertensi Rahmawati, Irma Sarita; Soetjipto, Soetjipto; Catur Adi, Annis; Aulanni’am, Aulanni’am; Rizky Maulidiana, Annisa
Indonesian Journal of Human Nutrition Vol. 8 No. 1 (2021)
Publisher : Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Health Sciences, Universitas Brawijaya Malang

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There is an increasing amount of evidence that oxidative stress related to hypertension can damage the function of diverse structures such as the aorta and kidney. It is a well-established fact that chlorogenic acid and anthocyanin found in purple sweet potato generates bioactive compound with antihypertensive and anti-ACE activities in RAA system. The present study sought to investigate anti-ACE activities in RAA system of extract ethanol of purple sweet potato (EP) in deoxycorticosterone acetate (DOCA–salt)–induced hypertensive rats (Rattus norvegicus). The rats were orally administrated a 95% ethanol extract of purple sweet potato (var. ayamurasaki) (EP) in a daily dose of 200 and 400 mg/kg body weight also chlorogenic acid (CA) of 700 mg/kg bw for 4 weeks. Activity of renin, ACE, and Ang II concentration were assessed. Inhibiting activity of renin, ACE, and decreasing Ang II concentration after treatment was observed in the DOCA-salt hypertensive rats compared to normotensive group rats; (P<0.05). This is the first report that demonstrates the lowering of blood pressure and anti-ACE in RAA-system effects of an ethanol extract of purple sweet potato, containing chlorogenic acid, in a DOCA–salt model of hypertension.
Co-Authors Abdurrahman Ali Adinda Nurul Istiqomah Adiningsih, Sri Alfian Yusuf Ali Iqbal Tawakal Ali Iqbal Tawakal Alristina, Arie Dwi Alzha Adila Harisina Amirah Adlia Andini Octaviana Putri Anggun Pinasti Ilahi Anna Surgean Veterini Anna Surgean Veterini Anni Syntya Annisa Lutfiah Annisa Rizky Malichati Annisa Rizky Maulidiana Arina Mufida Ersanti Arisya Humaira Asrul Bahar Atsarina Anindya Aulanni'am, Aulanni'am Aulanni’am Aulanni’am Bambang Wahjuprajitno Bambang Wirdjadmaji Bambang Wirdjadmaji, Bambang Brilliant Anjar Saputro Chatarina Umbul Wahyuni Chatarina Umbul Wahyuni Cindhy Pamela Kesuma Claudia Ni Luh Merry Marzeline Daniel Christanto Deandra Ardya Regitasari Deandra Ardya Regitasari Diah Patria Nuringtyas Dian Puteri Andani Dina Khomariyatul Hasanah Dini Andrias Andrias Dini Ririn Andrias Dominikus Raditya Atmaka Dyah Patria Nuringtyas Edinda Ayu Miranti Elya Sugianti Emyr Reisha Isaura Emyr Reisha Isaura Emyr Reisha Ishaura Endah Bardiati Eny Qurniyawati Eva Flourentina Kusumawardani Eva Flourentina Kusumawardani Faradillah Rahmy Savitri Faradita Meilinda Wulan Sari Farah Rosyihana Fadhila Farapti Farapti Farapti Fariani Syahrul Fariani Syahrul Fathrizqita Aghnia Raudhany Fathrizqita Aghnia Raudhany Febry Dian Permatasari Fifi Nirmala G Hamzah Hamzah Hari Basuki Notobroto Haryana, Nila Reswari Heni Rachmawati HENI RACHMAWATI Heni Rachmawati Heni Rachmawati Heni Rachmawati Heni Rachmawati Hernita Riski Hikmah Ervina Jayantini I Ketut Sudiana I Ketut Sudiana Iga Ayuni Fatmala Iga Ema Dini Ikeu Ekayanti Ikhtiar, Ilham Irfa Ekasanti Irma Sarita Rahmawati Irwanto idris Irwanto Irwanto Irwanto, Irwanto Ivan Mahardika Yusuf Junaida Astina Kartini Kartini Kusumawardani, Eva Flourentina Lailatul Muniroh Lailia Wahyuliana Lathifah Ilmawati Laura Navika Yamani Lina Nurbaiti Lisda Juniarsy Rahardjo Luki Mundiastuti M. G. Bagus Ani Putra Mardiyono Yono Mei Lestari Ika Widyyati Melissa Ruslan Merryana Adriani Merryana Adriani Meyrina Putri Cahyariani Muhammad Atoillah Isfandiari Nabillah Eka Permatasari Nancy Margarita Rehatta Nanik Handayani Nelly Setiawaty Niken Ayu Br Sinaga Novira Dian Rachmadia Nur Mufida Wulan Sari Nuthathai Sutthiwong Puspitasari, Prastiwi Novia Putra, M.G. Bagus Ani Putri Safrida Rahmawati Rachmad Suhanda Rahmawati, Irma Sarita Rakhmalia Imeldawati Ratna Candra Dewi Rehatta, Nancy Margarita Reza Yuanita Ananta Rifqi, Mahmud Aditya Riris Diana Rachmayanti Rita Ismawati Rita Ismawati Rizky Arifandy Amir S R Widya Areta Humaniora Justisia Sakinah Aljuffrie Santi Martini Sarmanu Sarmanu Sarmanu Sarmanu Septa Katmawanti, Septa Shrimarti R Devi Siti Nur Husnul Yusmiati Siti Rahayu Nadhiroh Siti Shofiya Novita Sari Soetjipto Soetjipto Soetjipto Soetjipto SRI LESTARI Subijanto Marto Soedarmo Subijanto Marto Soedarmo Suryanto Suryanto Suryanto Suryanto Syafrina Mareta Sari Timbuktu Harthana Tri Ratnaningsih Tri Ratnaningsih Trias Mahmudiono Ulfatul Karomah Vetty Silvana Maulida Vidya Anggarini Rahmasari Vidya Anggarini Rahmasari Widati Fatmaningrum Widati Fatmaningrum Widijiati Widijiati Widjiati Widjiati Widodo Jatim P Widodo Jatim Pudjirahardjo Widyyati, Mei Lestari Ika Wizara Salisa Wizara Salisa Wizara Salisa Wizara Salisa Yama Dharma Putera Yasmin Muntaza Yeni Susanti Yulia Kurnia Sari Yusmiati, Siti Nur Husnul Yusuf, Alfian