Relation Analysis Of Physical Activity And Food Insurance With Obesity On The Participant The New Me

Obesity is often defined as an abnormal condition because of the serious excess of fat in the adipose tissue that interferes with health. Obesity tendency is more common in individuals who have a lifestyle with mild activity levels and consume high-calorie foods as well as low in micro-substances. The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between physical activity and food intake with the incidence of obesity in the employee/contractor participants program The New Me. The design of this research is case control study, using random sampling with lottery system. Data collection using standard questionnaire Beacke, SQFFQ and DASS42 Item and data analysis using Chi-square test (?=10%). The results showed that there was no relationship between physical activity (p=0,230,OR=0.457, Cl90%=0.310-0,602) with obesity. Food intake using two comparison parameters iscurrent weight (p=0.45,OR=3.036, Cl90%=0.624-12.806) and ideal weight (p=1,000, OR=1.238, Cl90%=0.310-2.429), each of which has nothing to do with the incidence of obesity. In this study it can be concluded that there is no relationship between physical activity and food intake. Physical activity is a propective factor and food intake is a risk factor to obesity occurrence at employee/contractor participant program The New Me in the VICO Indonesia Badak Field Muara Badak, East Kalimantan.


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