Relationship between nutrition intake, eat patterns and nutrition knowledge with nutritional status of santri in At-Thayyibah Orphan Boarding School Sukabumi

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Endah Nurwulan
Muhammad Furqan
Debby Endayani Safitri


Nutritional problems are complex that are influenced by direct and indirect factors.
Nutrition intake, food pattern, and nutritional knowledge are factors that affect nutrition
indirectly. Adolescents require good nutrition intake because at that time they are
experiencing growth both physically and physiologically, so inadequate intake will lead to
slow growth. This study aimed to determine the relationship between nutrient intake, food
pattern, and nutritional knowledge with the nutrition status of santri at the At-Thayyibah
Islamic Orphan Boarding School in Sukabumi. The study design in this study was cross
sectional and the sampling technique used was purposive sampling with a total of 76 subjects
aged 13-18 years. From this study there was no significant relationship between nutrient
intake (p> 0.05), diet (p> 0.05) and nutritional knowledge (p> 0.05) with nutritional status.


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