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Herni Dwi Herawati
Ilmu Gizi Universitas Alma Ata
Indria Laksmi Gamayanti
BagianTumbuh Kembang Anak RSUP dr. Sarjito
A Fahmi Arif Tsani
Program Studi Gizi dan Kesehatan Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Gadjah Mada
I Made Alit Gunawan
Jurusan Gizi Poltekkes Kemenkes Yogyakarta
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Perilaku ‘Food Approach’ Pada Anak Prasekolah : Studi Kualitatif
Vol 18 No 1 (2016): Maret 2016
Submitted: Sep 13, 2018
Published: Mar 1, 2016
Background : the prevalence of obesity in preschool children was increasing. Food approach behavior was the cause of obesity in children.
Objective :to describe food approach behavior in preschool children who have obese and normal nutritional status.
Method:this research was qualitatif study. Sampling was done by purposive sampling in mothers who had preschool children aged 3-5 years, consist of two groups; mothers who had obese children (Zscore weight/height > 2 SD), and mothers who had normal nutritional status children. The data colllection was done in-depth interview.
Results:in children who were obese more describing overeating, enjoyment of food and desire to drink than in children who were normal nutritional status.
Conclusion:obese children tend to describe food approach behavior.
Keyword:food approach, preschool children, qualitative study