Angraini, Dian Isti (2016) Korelasi Perilaku Konsumsi Buah dan Sayur Serta Status Gizi Dengan Kadar Kolesterol Total Pada Pasien Poliklinik Universitas Lampung. JK Unila, 1 (1). pp. 38-43.


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Coronary heart disease is a type of heart disease that is most common. The disease attacks the blood vessels and can cause a heart attack. Heart attacks are caused by clogged arteries by the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the heart diseases can affect any part of the heart. High cholesterol and obesity are risk factors for coronary heart disease. Obesity is often associated with dyslipidemia including an increase in LDL cholesterol and low HDL cholesterol. This research is an analytic observational study with cross sectional approach on 89 patients who came to the clinic Unila June to October 2015, more than 18 years old and do not suffer from chronic infectious diseases and malignancies. Samples were taken by consecutive sampling. The behavior of fruit and vegetable consumption is obtained with the results of the questionnaire. The nutritional status was assessed using anthropometric measurements using body mass index (BMI). Total cholesterol obtained from the results of laboratory tests. The results showed that the average respondent had behavioral research subjects fruit and vegetable consumption is less (53.97), the nutritional status of obese (BMI 25) and moderately high cholesterol levels (197 mg / dl). There is a significant negative correlation between the consumption of fruits and vegetables with high levels of total cholesterol (r = -0.833; p <0.05) and a significant positive correlation between nutritional status and total cholesterol (r = 0.866; p <0.05). Keywords: fruit and vegetable consumption, nutritional status, total cholesterol, Unila clinic patients

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Kedokteran (FK) > Prodi Pendidikan Dokter
Depositing User: DIAN ISTI Rini Angraini
Date Deposited: 01 Sep 2016 01:18
Last Modified: 01 Sep 2016 01:18

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