Profile Analysis and Percent of Body Fat Diabetition in West Jakarta


  • Laras Sitoayu Universitas Esa Unggul



Percent of body fat with diabetes, diabetes profile, diabetes mellitus


Diabetes mellitus is a degenerative disease that is found in many countries, including Indonesia. One of the causes of the high incidence of diabetes mellitus is due to uncontrolled blood glucose which is caused by a high percentage of body fat as an accumulation of various factors such as duration of suffering, intake of nutrients, Body Mass Index (BMI) and stress factors. The purpose of this study was to determine the correlation of profiles of diabetics including characteristics (age, sex, and duration of suffering), intake of macro nutrients, BMI and stress factors with body fat percent in type II diabetes mellitus sufferers in West Jakarta. This research method is quantitative analytical with cross sectional design. The sample in this study were patients in health centers throughout West Jakarta taken by accidental sampling as many as 238 people. The results stated that there was a relationship between sex (p = 0.0001; r = 0.402), duration of suffering (p = 0.047; r = -0.129), protein intake (p = 0.041; r = -0.133), BMI (p = 0.0001; r = 0.515) and stress factors (p = 0.046; r - 0.129). Not only intake is important to be considered by diabetics to control percentage of body fat, but also must be able to control nutritional status and stress in themselves so as not to worsen health conditions.


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