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Articles by Effendi
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  Deivy Andhika Permata , Kesuma Sayuti and Effendi
  Guava leaves contained bioactive component like flavonoid had not been used optimally, so it is important to process the guava leaves to be a new product. Stability of the flavanoid is influenced by temperature. This study was carried out to make jelly candy from guava leaves as the raw material, using variation of the cooking temperature at 50, 60 and 70°C. The result showed that the temperature of cooking had a statistically significant effect on the moisture content, total phenols and IC50 but had no significant effect on the ash content, Aw, reducing sugars, sucrose, total plate count and total mold/yeast. Based on sensory evaluation it can be concluded that the use of cooking temperature 60°C is the best product.
  Effendi and Kesuma Sayuti
  Food consumption has affected directly to human qualities. This study was carried out by using the data from “BPS” Indonesia. The data was analyzed by using a Pearson Correlation and paired t-test. The results shows that there is no significantly difference between energy consumption and proportion of food expenditure (r = 0.105 and p = 0.334); protein consumption and proportion of food expenditure (r = 0.129 and p = 0.234); but there is correlation between energy consumption and protein consumption (r = 0.892; p = 0.00). The correlation is very strong. By using the paired t-test it can be seen that proportion of food expenditure with energy consumption (p = 0.00) and energy consumption by consumption of protein (p = 0.00) were statistically significantly different, but the proportion of food expenditure with consumption of protein (p = 0.190) were not statistically different.
 
 
 
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