Marwah Aisyah Syahrin, Veni Hadju, Suryani As’Ad


The weaning foods that do not comply with WHO standards is one of the causes increasing prevalence of malnutrition in children aged 12-24 months. This is descriptive analytic using cross sectional research design. The total population is all mothers who have children aged 12-23 months who are still breastfeeding with sample size is 145 respondents, conducted in the working area of ​​the Polongbangkeng North Puskesmas, Takalar Regency, Makassar City. There was no significant relationship between breastfeeding patterns including giving every number of hours and length of breastfeeding with under two years children nutritional status based on weight / age ( p> 0.05). However, the cross tabulation results show that mothers who breastfeed every 4 hours tend to have poor nutrition and mothers who breastfeed for 5-10 minutes tend to have poor nutrition. There is significant correlation between first weaning foods with nutritional status based on weight / age (p <0.05),  cross tabulation which show that the children under 24 months whose weaning foods pattern is given ≥3 times with the appropriate portion according to age and texture and given the first weaning foods at ≥6 months of age tends to have a good nutritional status, while the children under 24 months who has the weaning foods pattern. The first weaning foods are given <3 times with portions that are not appropriate for age and texture that is not suitable and at the age of <6 months tends to have poor nutritional status. The indicator of complementary breastfeeding pattern that was not significantly related to nutritional status based on weight / age was dietary variation (p> 0.05), although the cross tabulation results showed that poor women who were given varied diets tended to have good nutritional status and those who were not given varied foods tended to be less and worse nutritional status.


Full text article

Generated from XML file


Babakazo P, Donnen P, Akilimali P, Mapatano N, Ali M, Okitolonda E. Predictors of discontinuing exclusive breastfeeding before six months among mothers in Kinshasa : a prospective study. Int Breastfeed J [Internet]. 2015;1–9. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s13006-015-0044-7
2. Mardhiati R, Rahayu NS, Maulida NR. Edukasi makanan pendamping asi (mp-asi) melalui konseling dan demo makanan pada ibu menyusui. 2018;1:823–31.
3. Manuscript A. NIH Public Access interventions : An overview. 2015;(919):54–67.
4. Khamzah, S. N,. 2012. Segudang Keajaiban ASI, Yogjakarta FB. No Title.
5. Lamid A. Masalah Kependekan (Stunting) Pada Anak Balita : Analisis Propek Penanggulangannya Di Indonesia. Bogor: PT Penerbit IPB Press; 2015. No Title. Kependekan Pada Anak Balita Anal Propek. 2015;
6. Depkes RI. Pedoman Umum Pemberian Makanan Pendamping Air Susu Ibu (MP-ASI Lokal). Pedoman Umum Pemberian Makanan Pendamping Air Susu Ibu (MP-ASI Lokal. 2006;12–25.
7. Saaka M, Wemakor A, Abizari A APH well do W complementary feeding indicators relate to nutritional status of children aged 6 – 23 months in rural NGBPH [Internet]. 2015;1–12. No Title.
8. Udoh EE, Amodu OK. Complementary feeding practices among mothers and nutritional status of infants in 2 Akpabuyo Area CRSNS 2016; 5:207. No Title.
9. Kurniawan 2015. Pola Pemberian MP-ASI dengan Pertumbuhan Bayi Usia 612 Bulan di Desa Pulo Lor Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Pulolor Kabupaten Jombang. No Title.
10. 2007 WHOI for assessing infant and young child feeding practices P 1 DID of C and AH and DWD [USA]: WHO. No Title. 2007;


Marwah Aisyah Syahrin
marwahaisyah44@gmail.com (Primary Contact)
Veni Hadju
Suryani As’Ad
Syahrin, M. A., Hadju, V., & As’Ad, S. (2020). POLA PEMBERIAN ASI DAN PEMBERIAN MPASI DENGAN STATUS GIZI ANAK USIA 12-23 BULAN . JURNAL RISET KESEHATAN POLTEKKES DEPKES BANDUNG, 12(2), 335-339. Retrieved from https://juriskes.com/index.php/jrk/article/view/843

Article Details