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Judul Regional differences in obesity prevalence and associated factors among adults: Indonesia Basic Health Research 2007 and 2013
Pengarang Andi Imam Arundhana
Maria Theresa Thalavera
Asry Dwi Muqni
Aisya Putri Utami
Edisi Journal
Penerbitan Hasanuddin University : Nutrition Department, 2018
Deskripsi Fisik 9 hlm.
Subjek physical activity
Obesity
lifestyle trend
food consumption
BMI
Abstrak Background: Obesity prevalence has increased worldwide. Based on the Indonesia Basic Health Research (BHR), the prevalence of obesity among adults rose from 10.3% in 2007 to 15.4% in 2013. This study is aimed at examining selected obesityrelated factors among adults aged 15 years and above from different regions of Indonesia. Methods: The BHR data comprising of 664,196 adults from 258,366 households in 440 districts in 2007, and 722,329 adults from 294,959 households 497 districts were included in this analysis. Frequency intake of fatty, sweet and salty foods, and status of physical activity were assessed using a validated questionnaire developed for IBHR. Mental health status was assessed using WHO Self Reporting Questionnaire. Logistic regression was performed to assess the risk factors of obesity. Results: Overall, obesity prevalence was 9.2% in 2007 and 14.2% in 2013. Obesity prevalence was comparatively higher in all regions in 2013, ranging from 14.1% to 15.5% in the western and eastern regions respectively. In 2007, the most likely risk factor contributing to obesity in the western and middle regions was frequent consumption of fatty food (OR=1.26 and OR=1.38, respectively), while physical inactivity (OR=1.27) was the highest odds for obesity risk in the eastern region. In 2013, frequent fatty food consumption showed the highest influence on obesity risk in all the regions. Conclusion: Risk factors for obesity in adults varied in different regions in Indonesia. Future research and interventions on obesity are recommended to focus on unhealthy dietary intake and lifestyles indifferent regions of Indonesia.
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520 # # $a Background: Obesity prevalence has increased worldwide. Based on the Indonesia Basic Health Research (BHR), the prevalence of obesity among adults rose from 10.3% in 2007 to 15.4% in 2013. This study is aimed at examining selected obesityrelated factors among adults aged 15 years and above from different regions of Indonesia. Methods: The BHR data comprising of 664,196 adults from 258,366 households in 440 districts in 2007, and 722,329 adults from 294,959 households 497 districts were included in this analysis. Frequency intake of fatty, sweet and salty foods, and status of physical activity were assessed using a validated questionnaire developed for IBHR. Mental health status was assessed using WHO Self Reporting Questionnaire. Logistic regression was performed to assess the risk factors of obesity. Results: Overall, obesity prevalence was 9.2% in 2007 and 14.2% in 2013. Obesity prevalence was comparatively higher in all regions in 2013, ranging from 14.1% to 15.5% in the western and eastern regions respectively. In 2007, the most likely risk factor contributing to obesity in the western and middle regions was frequent consumption of fatty food (OR=1.26 and OR=1.38, respectively), while physical inactivity (OR=1.27) was the highest odds for obesity risk in the eastern region. In 2013, frequent fatty food consumption showed the highest influence on obesity risk in all the regions. Conclusion: Risk factors for obesity in adults varied in different regions in Indonesia. Future research and interventions on obesity are recommended to focus on unhealthy dietary intake and lifestyles indifferent regions of Indonesia.
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650 # # $a Obesity
650 # # $a physical activity
700 0 # $a Aisya Putri Utami
700 0 # $a Asry Dwi Muqni
700 0 # $a Maria Theresa Thalavera
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