PANDEMI COVID-19 TERHADAP KEBIASAAN KONSUMSI BUAH, SUSU DAN MULTIVITAMIN PADA ORANG DEWASA DI PROVINSI JAMBI

  • Merita Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Baiturrahim
  • Egy Sunanda Putra Poltekkes Jambi
  • Silvia Mawarti Perdana FKM Universitas Jambi
  • Ismi Nurwaqiah FKM Universitas Jambi

Abstract

Background: Good food selection is very important. It will help in efforts to prevent diseases such as Covid-19.

Objective: To analyze the effect of Covid-19 pandemic to consumption habits of fruit, milk and multivitamin among adults in Jambi Province

Methods: This research is a type of survey research conducted in April 2020. Data collection was carried out using Google forms. The sampling technique is accidental sampling. The sample is adults aged 19-59 years totaling 254 people. Data were analyzed using wilcoxon test.

Results: The results showed that before the covid-19 pandemic most respondents had the habit of consuming fruits, milk and multivitamins which were classified as rare, after the existence of the Covid-19 pandemic it was classified as frequent. There was an influence of the covid-19 pandemic on fruit, milk and multivitamin consumption habits (p <0.001).

Conclusion: There is an effect of the Covid-19 pandemic to the consumption habits of fruit, milk and multivitamins in adults in Jambi Province.

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Published
2021-08-08
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Merita, Egy Sunanda Putra, Silvia Mawarti Perdana, Ismi Nurwaqiah. PANDEMI COVID-19 TERHADAP KEBIASAAN KONSUMSI BUAH, SUSU DAN MULTIVITAMIN PADA ORANG DEWASA DI PROVINSI JAMBI. Media ilmu kesehatan [Internet]. 2021Aug.8 [cited 2022Jun.30];9(2):118-26. Available from: https://ejournal.unjaya.ac.id/index.php/mik/article/view/490