Pengaruh Pemberian MP-ASI Campuran Tepung Pisang Awak dan Beras Serta Kecambah Kedelai Terhadap Asupan Zat Gizi Bayi
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The high prevalence of malnutrition in infancy until the age of two years relating to the provision of inadequate complementary feeding. The low quantity and quality of complementary feeding will trigger nutrient insufficient intake in infants. This research aimed to know the influence of the giving of the complementary feeding mixed of flour awak banana and rice and soy bean sprout against the nutrients intake of infants. The study design was quasy experimental non-equivalent control group, with a number of samples were divided into three groups: the first group given complementary feeding mix awak banana and rice flours, the second group was given complementary feeding mix awak banana, rice and sprouts soy flours, and groups third as a control, each consisting of 25 infants aged 6-9 months. The intervention was conducted for 3 months and data consumption is measured using a 24-hour food recall. Data analyzed using Anova test. The results showed generally granting complementary feeding mixed awak banana and rice and soybean sprouts flours can increase the nutrients intake of babies during the intervention. These two types of complementary feeding can increase energy and protein babies intake, but complementary feeding mixed of awak banana, rice and soy sprouts flours can increase vitamin A intake, while the complementary feeding mixed of awak banana and rice flours can increase iron intake. In conclusion, the mixed of awak banana and rice and soybean sprouts flours can be made ascomplementary feeding alternative to improve the nutritional intake of infants.