The Relationship of Energy Intake, Nutrition Knowledge, Physical Activity and the Incidence of Overweight in Police Officers in Tampan Police Departmen, Pekanbaru, in 2017
Overweight is an abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that is likely to cause various illnesses and adverse effects on a person, being overweight is the 5th leading cause of death in the world. Overweight can be an individual health problem of different jobs, including police, who are responsible for public safety. This study aims to determine the relationship between energy intake, nutritional knowledge and physical activity with overweight events on Police members in Tampan Pekanbaru Police in 2017. The design used in this study is cross sectional study. The analysis used was univariate and bivariate anlisis with chi-squer test. The population in this study is all members of Police Police Tampan Pekanbaru in 2017 which amounted to 98 policemen. The sample of research is 74 people. The result of the research shows the value for energy intake (p-value = 0,011), nutritional knowledge (p-value = 0,000), and physical activity (p-value = 0,015) means there is significant relation with nutritional status. It is better that the handsome police officer of Pekanbaru Police Station should pay attention to activities related to physical activity, and should be regularly consulted on nutrition
Keywords : Energy Intake, Nutrition Knowledge, Physical Activity, Overweight
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