Hubungan antara Status Gizi dan Aktivitas Bermain dengan Potensi Atlit Anak Keluarga Wanita Pemetik Teh di Kebun Malabar dan Purbasari PTPN VIII Bandung
Hamid, Fahmi Abdul
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The human body obtains nutrients for an optimum level of physical growth, brain development, working capacity and health. The objective of the study was to examine the effect of food consumption, health status, haemoglobin (Hb) status in the blood, nutritional status (BW/BH), and playing activities on the athletic potency among the children of 48-72 months old in the Tea Plantation of Malabar and Purbasari PTPN VIII. The design of the study is of a cross-sectional type. The sampling was carried out through a census method. The data used in the study was the part of the data collected by the NHF Project entitled ‘Profile or Description of Women Tea Pickers, Socio-economics, Family Security, Food Consumption, Growth and Development of Children.’ The data processing and analysis was through the computer programs; namely, Office Exel 2003, SPSS version 13 and Nutrisurvey WHO 2005. The food consumption was measured with the method of 24-hour recall for two days. The health status was determined by examining the frequency of diarrheas and upper respiratory infections (ISPA). The blood haemoglobin (Hb) was measured by the sahli method. The measurement of nutritional status (BW/BH) used a microtoise with the accuracy level of 0.1 cm and the digital weighing scale of Camry EB 710 Tanita with the accuracy level of 0.1 kg. The athletic potency tested involved cardiovascular endurance, speed, muscle endurance and strength after being modified. The results of analysis showed that there was a significant correlation between energy consumption and athletic potency (p<0.05), but no significant relationship between protein consumption and athletic potency. There was a significant correlation between health status and athletic potency (p<0.01), but no significant correlation between the nutritional status (BW/BH) and athletic potency (p<0.05). There was a significant correlation of the status of blood haemoglobin (Hb) and playing activities to the athletic potency (p<0.05).
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