Iskari Ngadiarti, Betty Yosephin, Irfanny Anwar, Mia Srimiarti


Background: The prevalence of undernutrition is relatively higher than malnutrition. undernutrition is a combination between inadequate nutrition intakes and infectious diseases. Problems of undernutrition can be overcome through the provision of a proper diet to increase weight. WHO has recommended F100 formula as complementary feeding for a quick weight gain in toddlers suffering from acute malnutrition. Objective: The aim of this study was to know the influence of consumption F100 that be applied by adding carbohydrates food from local ingredients modifications as complementary feeding for underweight toddlers. Methods: This research adopts quasi experimental pre-post test with control group design. It was conducted in 3 districts in South Tangerang Regency, Banten, Indonesia. There were 2 groups divided in research which were 40 as a treatment/experimental group and 33 as a control group. Data processing and data analysis were carried out using paired t test, and changes in treatment and control groups were tested using T-test independent. Results: The results showed, there was difference with Weight changes (p0.00), Height changes (p0.00) and Z score index W/A (p0.15), W/H (p0.01), and H/A (p0.02) between the treatment group and the control group. Conclusion: F100( liquid) or Modified F 100 with locally made flour are used as a complementary feeding for solve the acute malnutrition in children

Keywords : underweight toddlers, consumption F100, complementary feeding, locally made flour, z score index

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Iskari Ngadiarti
Nutritional Department, Polytechnic ofHealth Jakarta Selatan II,Jl. Hang Jebat III Blk. F No.3, RT.4/RW.8, Gunung, Kby. Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Jakarta 12120

Betty Yosephin
Health Polytechnic Bengkulu, Jl. Indragiri No 3 Bengkulu38224, Indonesia Department of Nutrition, Health Polytechnic Bengkulu, Jl. Indragiri No 3 Bengkulu38224, Indonesia

Irfanny Anwar
Nutritional Department, Polytechnic ofHealth Jakarta Selatan II,Jl. Hang Jebat III Blk. F No.3, RT.4/RW.8, Gunung, Kby. Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Jakarta 12120

Mia Srimiarti
Binawan of Health Institute Jl. Kalibata Raya No. 25-30, Cawang, Kramat Jati, RT.12/RW.5, Cawang, Kramatjati, Kota Jakarta Timur, DKI Jakarta 13630, Indonesia


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