Vegetables everyday: indeks kualitas diet ibu dengan HIV/AIDS di Ikatan Perempuan Positif Indonesia (IPPI)

Yusuf, Andi Mukramin and Alfiah, Elma and Irawan, Andi Muh Asrul Vegetables everyday: indeks kualitas diet ibu dengan HIV/AIDS di Ikatan Perempuan Positif Indonesia (IPPI). Jurnal Al-Azhar Indonesia: Seri Sains dan Teknologi, 5 (4). pp. 191-196. ISSN 2355-8059

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HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is still an unsolved health problem until now. People with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) have a great opportunity to experience low nutritional intake due to loss of appetite, metabolic, and food absorption disorders. A good quality diet is closely related to a reduced risk of death of people with HIV. The purpose of this study was to determine the diet quality of mothers with HIV / AIDS. This research was a quantitative study with a cross-sectional design. The study was conducted from January to October 2019, data collected included respondent characteristics, drug/treatment history, and food consumption data. Food consumption data were processed with food grouping stages and then converted to a score using the Balanced Nutrition Index (IGS) 3-60. The study results from 14 mothers with HIV/AIDS showed that more than half of them had normal nutritional status 57.1%, 35.7% of them were overweight, and 7.2% of them were thin. The diet quality index (DQI) of mothers with HIV/AIDS only met 47% of the maximum total score of IGS 3-60, the smallest score was indicated by the adequacy indicator of vegetables and milk consumption, respondents in this study only consumed vegetables less than 1 serving per day. The suggestion of this research was for respondents to maintain the consumption of vegetables and must routinely control their body weight, further research is also needed on the Diet Quality Index in mothers with HIV / AIDS with a higher respondent number.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: aids, dietary, hiv, nutritional status
Subjects: 600 Applied sciences & technology > 610 Medicine & health > 613 Personal Health, Hygiene
Divisions: Universitas Al-Azhar Indonesia (UAI) > Fakultas Sains dan Teknologi (FST) > Gizi
Depositing User: Rifda Jilan
Date Deposited: 28 Apr 2021 03:45
Last Modified: 10 Jul 2021 08:09

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