Hubungan Pola Konsumsi Serat Makanan Cepat Saji Dan Aktivitas Fisik Dengan Aparatur Sipil Negara (ASN) Yang Obesitas Di Dinas Kesehatan Daerah Provinsi Sulawesi Utara

  • Vera T. Harikedua Jurusan Gizi Poltekkes Kemenkes Manado
  • Meildy E. Pascoal Jurusan Gizi Poltekkes Kemenkes Manado
  • Hera O. Ukus Jurusan Gizi Poltekkes Kemenkes Manado
Keywords: Fiber, Physical Activity, Fast Food, Obesity


Obesity is the state of a person if he weighs more than 30 standard BBI (Ideal Body Weight), or also the circumstances if a person weighs 120% greater than his weight should be at his age (Hariyani, 2011). Obesity and obesity are serious diseases but can be addressed through changes in eating behaviors and physical activity that require long-term strategies for prevention and mitigation (Kemenkes 2012). The purpose of this research is to know the correlation of fiber consumption pattern, fast food and physical activity with obesity Civil State Apparatus at District Health Office of North Sulawesi Province.The method of this research used cross sectional survey design, Population same as sampling. The statistic test used was bivariate test of fhisher's exact test and followed by multifariate test using logistic regression. This study was conducted for one week in the office of the health service of the province of North Sulawesi. The population in this study were all obese Civil State Apparatus in the health service environment, the sample used was the same as the population of 31 respondents. Nutritional status data were collected by calculating BMI, physical activity using questionnaires and interviews, fiber and fast food intake data using 1x24 hour recall form and food frequency form.The result showed that there was a significant correlation between fiber intake (p = 0,021), physical activity (p = 0,003) with obesity, and there was no correlation between fast food consumption pattern and obesity (p = 0,396). The conclusions of the three variables studied, physical activity and fiber intake are the most influential variables on obesity.