Abstract

Tour guides working to serve foreign tourists are particularly vulnerable to obesity and non-communicable diseases. They are exposed every day to the lifestyle and diet of the western tourists who are served that tend to be high energy, fat and cholesterol. Lifestyle tour guides should follow the lifestyle of tourists who more activity and banquets, especially at night until the early hours which must also be followed by the tour guide.The study aims to determine the relationship of consumption pattern and obesity status on the tour guide. The study was conducted in Badung Bali Province with the goal of the research is the work Travel guide Travel agency foreign tourists. The samples were carried out by multistage random sampling, with a sample size of 109 people. Data collected from a sample identity, waist circumference, body mass index. Food consumption patterns include the number, type and frequency of consumption of foodstuffs with Semi quantitative method frequeny Food Questionnaire (SQ-FFQ).  It showed the number of subjects as many as 109 people with 73.4% male and 26.6% female.  About   21,1 %  subject  have   over all obesity and   37,6%  have  central  obesity.  Food consumption patterns seen on the amount that exceeds the adequacy of that energy and fat 48.6%, protein 57.8%. The type of foods frequently consumed are chicken, eggs, shrimp, squid is a food consumed regularly >2 times a week. The analysis showed a significant correlation between the pattern of food consumption with  obesity status (p <0.05) and exceeds consumption adequacy, have a higher risk of the obesity  status  than  lower concumption  (RP > 1,00 ;  CI >1). The study showed  a significant correlation between  consumption pattern  with  obesity status   tour guide  in  the  district  of Bali   province  Badung.


Keywords:   Consumption pattern,  obesity   status ,  tour guide