Scores Consumption of Functional Foods based on Local Foods in Pregnant Women Buginese in the city of Makassar

Authors

  • Mustamin1, Sirajuddin1,2, Tapriadi3

Keywords:

Score Consumption of Functional Foods, Pregnant Women

Abstract

Background Recent evidence is known that functional foods are foods that provide the latest prospects

for preventing nutritional problems not only because of their macro and micro nutrient content but their

bioactive components that have an effect on the methylation process at the cellular level.

Objective: the purpose of this study was to determine the consumption of functional foods based on local

foods in pregnant women in Makassar City

Method: A cross sectional study design. The sample size was 647 pregnant women taken from 41 Puskesmas

in Makassar City, except the Sangarrang Kepulauan Puskesmas. Functional food intake was collected

using the FFQ method, Macro and micro nutrient intake with Food recall 2 x 24 hours. The data collection

enumerators were 21 graduates from Nutrition III / IV graduates. Enumerators are trained for two days.

Results; showed that functional foods consumed by pregnant women based on local foods are sources of

fiber, probiotics, Vitamin C, carotenoids, omega 3/9 and folifenol respectively (39.03 ± 36.78), (21.15 ±

7.74), (38.44 ± 30.9), (90.04 ± 50.53), (83.42 ± 60.42) and 166.57 ± 92.66). Conclusion; is that consumption

of functional foods based on local foods in pregnant women is good.

Author Biography

Mustamin1, Sirajuddin1,2, Tapriadi3

1 Associate Professor in Nutrition and Dietetic Department of Health Polytechnic of Makassar, Indonesia,

1.2Program Doctor of Public Health Hasanuddin University, Indonesia, 3 Associate professor in Nutrition and

Dietetic Department of Health Polytechnic of Malang, Indonesia

Published

2020-07-30

How to Cite

Mustamin1, Sirajuddin1,2, Tapriadi3. (2020). Scores Consumption of Functional Foods based on Local Foods in Pregnant Women Buginese in the city of Makassar. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 14(3), 2091-2094. Retrieved from http://medicopublication.com/index.php/ijfmt/article/view/10733