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Articles by Yayuk Farida Baliwati
Total Records ( 2 ) for Yayuk Farida Baliwati
  Yayuk Farida Baliwati , Dodik Briawan and Vitria Melani
  Majority of poor households in industrial areas work as factory labors. They were at risk to food insecurity due to low income. Quantitatively, food insecurity determining based on energy adequacy level (<70%). One of the qualitative method that developed by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is Household Dietary Diversity Score (HDDS). This instrument has not been tested in Indonesia as an alternative method to identify household food insecurity, especially in industrial area. This study aimed to validate the HDDS to identify food insecure households in the industrial area. Cross sectional study was conducted in Wanaherang village, Gunung Putri sub district, Bogor district on May until October 2013. The result showed that 83.5% of total household consumed more than six foods group, but most of them has a low energy adequacy level (±70% RDA). Quantitative validation using energy adequacy level as a gold standard. Sensitivity analysis showed HDDS sensitive 22.03% to identify food insecure households. Specificity analysis showed HDDS specific 90.91% to identify food secure households. HDDS was modified by food categories based on nutritional function, namely source of carbohydrates, fat, animal protein, vegetable protein, vitamin and mineral and others. Sensitivity analysis showed HDDS modification was sensitive 86.44% to identify food insecure households. Specificity analysis showed HDDS modification was specific 50.00% to identify food secure households. High sensitivity implies that HDDS modification was able to identify food insecure households.
  A.I. Kustiani , Siti Madanijah and Yayuk Farida Baliwati
  The study aimed to analyze the effect of multi-component intervention program on fiber intake and body weight of obese children in Bogor, Indonesia. Three schools of Bogor city were randomly selected (A, B, C). A multi-component intervention program was conducted for 5 weeks with a quasi-experimental design. School A received nutrition education and physical activity intervention, school B received nutrition education and fruit intervention and school C received nutrition education, physical activity and fruit intervention. Body weight, 24 h food recall and food frequency habit were measured at pre-and post-intervention. The data was analyzed using SPSS 17.0 for windows with Paired t-test and ANOVA. The study showed that the average of fiber intake was still low in all groups. After the intervention, the average of fiber intake in all groups was increased. The greatest contributor to total dietary fiber was cereal, both pre and post-intervention. Body weight significantly decreased in school A and C with the exception of school B. The highest body weight decrease was in school A, i.e., 0.71 kg in average. A multi-component intervention program used in this study could increase fiber intake among obese children and decrease body weight. The decrease in body weight was higher with moderate physical activity rather than without any physical activity.
 
 
 
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