Proceedings of International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN <p>Proceedings of International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Faculty of Psychology and Health, State Islamic University of Sunan Ampel Surabaya en-US Proceedings of International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2985-4385 Analysis Of Halal Labels on Food Ingredients in Nutrition Installation of Islamic Hospital Sultan Agung Semarang https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1020 <p>Halal is the main parameter in the product selection process for Muslims. Ensuring that the food consumed is halal is the responsibility of every Muslim. This study aims to analyze the halal label on food ingredients. The research design used in this research was descriptive research. The location of this research was the Nutrition Installation of Sultan Agung Islamic Hospital (RSISA). The time of the study was carried out in August 2019. The number of food ingredients contained in the RSISA Nutrition installation was 565. Analysis of halal labels on food ingredients in the nutrition installation at RSISA used an early warning system in the form of an application on a computer. There were colors grading as an indication of the validity period of the halal certificate. The blue color indicates that the validity period of the halal certificate is 1.5-2 years, the green color is 1-1.5 years, the yellow color is 3 months -1 year, the red color is less than 3 months, and the gray color indicates that the validity period Halal certificate has expired. The validity period of the halal label on each food ingredient provided at the RSISA Nutrition Installation was the highest for materials with a halal certificate period of 1-1.5 years with a percentage of 34.7% and the lowest was materials with a halal certificate period of less than 3 months with a percentage of 6,3%.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Amilia Yuni Damayanti Atika Nurul Khiqmah Yusrina Husnul Abidah Yusrina Husnul Abidah Hilda Ayu Syafitri Muayyanah Hardiah Ashifa Purnama Putri Sofiatun Annayah Copyright (c) 2022 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2022-12-28 2022-12-28 1 1 1 6 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1020 Analysis Of Acceptance, Protein Contents, And Calcium In Jelly Candy With The Addition Of Moringa Leaf Powder https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1021 <p>Jelly candy is one form of food that is liked by all people but conventional jelly candy has high sugar and low nutrients, therefore modifications are made Jelly candy uses Moringa leaf powder which is rich in nutrients. This study aims to determine the acceptability, protein content, and calcium in jelly candy that has been added with Moringa leaf powder, using a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) 3 repetitions and 4 formulas (1 control formula and 3 formulas modified tested on 60 untrained panelists (30 students and 30 grade 4 elementary school students). The analysis was carried out using the Kruskall Wallis test and continued using the Mann-Whitney test to determine the difference in formula pairs. Based on the results of the organoleptic test of acceptability, the acceptance of jelly candy with the addition of Moringa leaf powder can be accepted by the public with the most preferred formula, namely F0 (with the addition of 0 grams of Moringa leaf powder), while the modified formula that has the highest value is F1 (with the addition of 2 grams of Moringa leaf powder) with the results of the Kruskal Wallis test showing a P value &lt;0.05. Analysis of protein content per 100gram of F0 and F1respectively had an average of 19.31gr and 21.47gr. While the results of the analysis of calcium content per 100 grams of F0 as much as 35.03mg and F1 as much as 187.89mg</p> Nur Fajriyyah Kurnia Yusuf Andi Rahmaniar mb Musdalifah Musdalifah St. Masithah Copyright (c) 2022 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2022-12-28 2022-12-28 1 1 7 15 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1021 The Effect Of Knowledge About Covid-19 Prevention "6M" On Student’s Balanced Nutritional Healthy Food Consumption Behavior https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/996 <p class="Abstract" style="text-align: justify; text-indent: -2.0cm; margin: 12.0pt 0cm 30.0pt 2.0cm;"><span lang="EN-GB">Covid-19 is a respiratory disease that has become a worldwide pandemic since 2020. Prevention of Covid-19 is by wearing a mask, washing hands with soap, keeping a distance, staying away from crowds, limiting mobility and eating healthy balanced nutritious food which is usually called "6M". Knowledge of the amount and type of nutritious food will affect the behavior of choosing and consuming these foods. Good nutrition will help a person to increase immunity, suppress inflammation and accelerate healing. This research aimed to analyze the effect of knowledge about the prevention of Covid-19 "6M" on the behavior of consuming healthy balanced nutritious foods. This research used an analytical observational method with a cross-sectional approach which was carried out on students of UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya on 1st and 3rd grade from January to March 2022. The sample of this research was 186 respondents. Data collected through questionnaires distributed via google form link. Data analized by logistic regression with 5% confidence level. The results of this research indicated that there was a significant effect of knowledge about the prevention of Covid-19 "6M" on the behavior of consuming balanced nutritious healthy foods among students. The p value was 0.027 with the regression equation obtained was y = 1.705x. It concluded that one point of knowledge about the prevention of Covid-19 "6M" will be followed by 1.705 point of consuming healthy food behavior. OR = 5.5, which means that someone with good knowledge of Covid-19 prevention "6M", has 5.5 times possibility of having a good consumption behavior of healthy balanced nutritious food. Socialization of eating behavior patterns of healthy, balanced nutrition is very necessary for student to support physical health, increasing immunity before, during and after the pandemic.</span></p> Linda Prasetyaning Widayanti Ika Mustika Copyright (c) 2022 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2022-12-28 2022-12-28 1 1 16 22 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.996 Effect of Leaf and Fruit Extract of Fig (Ficus carica) on Hemoglobin Levels in Mice (Mus musculus) https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/998 <p>According to WHO, the number of people with anemia in the world reaches two billion or 30% of the world's population. About 25% of adolescents and school-age children in Indonesia suffer from anemia. One of the anemia drugs that is often used is neo plus blood tablets, but the side effects of these drugs cause nausea and constipation. The leaves and fruit of tin can be used as an alternative to natural anemia treatment. This research is experimental in nature using a completely randomized design. This study aims to determine the effect of fig leaf and fruit extracts on hemoglobin (Hb) levels tested on mice. The test animals were divided into 3 groups, the control group was given distilled water and the other two groups were given extracts of fig leaves and fruit. The volume of the extract was given orally at a dose of 300 mg/Kg BW for 14 consecutive days. The results showed the average hemoglobin level of mice in group 1 (8.73 g/dl), group 2 (10.90 g/dl), and group 3 (11.28 g/dl). It can be concluded that group 3 with fig extract gave the best results in increasing the hemoglobin levels of the test animals.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Eva Agustina Nova Lusiana Reynaldi Candro Permana Yanuar Bakhrul Alam Yolanda Safira Virginia Risa Purnamasari Copyright (c) 2022 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2022-12-28 2022-12-28 1 1 23 27 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.998 The Effect of Guava Leaf Extract (Psidium guajava) and Banyan Leaf (Ficus benjamina) on Glucose Levels in Mice (Mus musculus) https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1003 <p>Guava leaves (<em>Psidium guajava</em>) and banyan leaves (<em>Ficus benjamina</em>) both contain tannins, flavonoids, carotene and iron. This study was conducted with the aim of knowing the effect of guava leaf extract and banyan leaf on glucose levels in the blood of mice. The study was conducted with an experimental method using <em>Easy touch</em> completely randomized with). Guava leaf extract and banyan leaf extract were administered for 14 consecutive days to mice at a dose of 300 mg/kg/day. The results showed that guava leaf and banyan leaf extract increased glucose levels in the blood of mice. guava leaf extract glucose by 4.52% and banyan leaves by 0.45%. So it can be said that offering guava leaf extract and banyan leaf extract with certain doses and treatments can increase glucose levels in test animals.</p> Nirmala Fitria Firdhausi Nova Lusiana Risa Purnamasari Eva Agustina Ahmad Alfin Romzalis Uno Sheva Matlubah Estri Kusumawati Copyright (c) 2022 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2022-12-28 2022-12-28 1 1 28 31 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1003 Initial Age of Giving complementary feeding with Weight for Age (W/U) in Children aged 12-24 Months https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1120 <p>The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between the initial age of complementary feeding and the nutritional status of children aged 12-24 months. This type of research is quantitative with an observational analytic approach with a cross-sectional research design. The study was conducted in the village of Padanglampe, Pangkep Regency. The population is all young children aged 12-24 months, the sample is 70 people, and the total sampling technique is used. Nutritional status data were collected by measuring body weight using a scale and anthropometry using Microtoice to measure TB. The data were processed using the SPSS program and analyzed univariately to determine the frequency distribution, and bivariate analysis using the chi-square test. The results of the bivariate analysis showed that there was no effect between the initial age of complementary feeding and the nutritional status of children under five with a p-value = of 1,000. The research suggests that mothers under five should pay attention to the beginning of giving complementary feeding by WHO recommendations, namely 6 months because when babies are 6 months and older their digestive systems are relatively perfect and ready to receive solid food.</p> dedy suprayogi Sumiaty Sumiaty Wahyuni Nur M Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-01-29 2023-01-29 1 1 32 35 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1120 Impact Of Pandemic Covid 19 On Obesity in Adolescent: A Review Article https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1121 <p>The COVID-19 pandemic has changed human life, including health-related lifestyles. This literature review aims to analyse the incidence of obesity in adolescents during the Covid 19 pandemic. This study used the article analysis method to obtain an overview of the incidence of obesity in adolescents during the Covid 19 pandemic. Of the ten articles that met the criteria for our analysis, we found that influencing obesity during the Covid 19 period is the problem of lack of activity, increasing sedentary lifestyle, high excessive calorie intake, and the emergence of anxiety factors. Therefore, in dealing with the problem of obesity in adolescents during the COVID-19 period, they are more likely to pay attention to shifting lifestyle conditions and mental health awareness in handling it.</p> dedy suprayogi Marisa Marisa Dina Indah Fitriana Aprianne Ade Pramesti Ria Qadariah Arief Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-01-29 2023-01-29 1 1 36 43 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1121 A Review Article: Potential Anti-cholesterol of Extract Olive Oil (Olea europaea L.) https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1122 <p>Dyslipidemia is a risk factor that triggers the emergence of cardiovascular disease, resulting in many deaths worldwide. This review article aims to examine the anti-cholesterol potential of olive oil extract (Olea europaea L.). This study is a literature review to explore the anti-cholesterol potential of olive oil extract (Olea europaea L.). The results of this literature review show several papers that discuss the pattern of fat consumption much higher than others where subjects experience an increase in HDL levels caused by olive oil extract. In addition, increasing HDL cholesterol levels can reduce LDL and total cholesterol levels in the blood. Therefore, using Olive oil can be recommended as an ingredient to reduce the problem of dyslipidemia.</p> dedy suprayogi Naja Naura Noor Indrastata Ilma Salsabila Hidayah Hilma Nahlah Faradisah Ria Qadariah Arief Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-01-29 2023-01-29 1 1 44 50 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1122 A Review Article: Relationship of Breastfeeding Patterns with The Incidence of ARI (Acute Respiratory Infections) In Toddlers https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1125 <p>The reviewed literature aims to determine the relationship between breastfeeding patterns and the incidence of ARI in toddlers.&nbsp;This research&nbsp;method uses&nbsp;<em>a literature&nbsp;review study,</em>&nbsp;with&nbsp;researchers whose role is to find and combine essences and analyze facts from several scientific sources that match valid and accurate criteria.&nbsp;The data used in this study are all journals obtained from&nbsp;<em>literature reviews</em>&nbsp;containing the concepts studied drawn from the 2018-2022 range.&nbsp;References are used by doing&nbsp;<em>literature searches</em>&nbsp;from the Google Scholar and PubMed&nbsp;<em>databases</em>.&nbsp;Of the 18 journals of research articles based on 2 databases, namely Google scholar and PubMed, 8 research journals show a significant relationship between breastfeeding patterns and the incidence of ARI in toddlers.&nbsp;The pattern of exclusive breastfeeding correlates with the incidence of ARI in toddlers, both pneumonia and non-pneumonia.&nbsp;Toddlers who do not get exclusive breastfeeding are more prone to experiencing the incidence of ARI than toddlers who get exclusive breastfeeding.&nbsp;Reviews Literature aims to provide information related to the relationship between breastfeeding patterns with the incidence of ARI in toddlers.</p> dedy suprayogi Aurora Shilla Aprilianda Fatiyah Putri Anjani Ashifa Yusrin Rahman Sri Hidayati L Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-01-30 2023-01-30 1 1 51 60 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1125 Rural–Urban Differences in Overweight and Obesity of Adolescent: A Review Article https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1126 <p><em>Obesity</em> is a disease that gives rise to metabolic syndrome problems as a contributor to all health problems associated with an unhealthy lifestyle. The purpose of this literature review is to determine the condition of obesity in adolescents based on urban and rural areas. This study is a literature review that focuses on discussing adolescent obesity in urban and rural areas. The results of this literature review show differences in the frequency and duration of physical activity and variations in consumption menus in overweight and obese adolescents based on regional differences. Differences in rural-urban areas in dealing with obesity problems require different intervention approaches.</p> dedy suprayogi Avitra Nawang Sari Alfina Uli Musfirotin Karina Dwi Agustin Ria Qadariah Arief Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-01-30 2023-01-30 1 1 61 66 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1126 Utilization of Papaya Stem (Carica papaya L.) as a Nutritious Noodle Halal Product for National Food Security https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1127 <p>Indonesia has a variety of natural resources, one of which is papaya. Papaya stems contain carbohydrates, fiber, protein, and water content. The lack of utilization of papaya stems makes it a plantation waste because it is only left to rot. Coupled with the current state of national food security is worrying. Based on this, it was found that the innovation of using papaya stems (<em>Carica papaya</em> L.) into nutritious noodles for the sake of national food security. This innovation work aims to find out how to make noodles, noodle quality, nutritional content, and business opportunities. The procedure for this innovation of papaya stem noodles begins with observation, followed by product manufacture, organoleptic testing, nutritional content testing in the BARISTAN Surabaya laboratory, SWOT business opportunity analysis, and financial analysis. The results of the organoleptic test showed that the respondents stated that the noodles had a savory taste, flat shape, yellowish color, and smelled like noodles in general. The results of the laboratory showed that noodles contained 9.99% protein, 74.14% carbohydrates, and 0.75% fat. SWOT analysis business opportunities obtained the strength (strength) of easily obtained materials, weaknesses (weaknesses) limitations of production equipment, opportunities (opportunity) interest in the consumption of Indonesian noodles are high and become new innovations, as well as threats (threats) many noodle competitors. Financial calculations obtained a fairly large profit and the results of the BEP of capital will be covered in 2,5 months of production.</p> dedy suprayogi Tri Sunan Agung Dedy Suprayogi Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-01-30 2023-01-30 1 1 67 72 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1127 Effect Fermentation Time of Halal Label Wuluh Starfruit Leaves Kombucha Tea (Avverhoa bilimbi Linn.) Based on Alcohol Content and Chemical Characteristic https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1128 <p>Kombucha is a fermented drink of tea and sugar with the help of tea mushrooms. Wuluh starfruit leaf is one of the ingredients can be used to make kombucha. Kombucha contains chemical compounds have health effects. However, the fermentation process makes kombucha also produce alcohol, which can affect the halal label. The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of fermentation time of halal label wuluh starfruit leaf kombucha tea based on alcohol content and chemical characteristics. This study is an experimental study with a complete randomized design consisting (CRD) of 4 treatments including fermentation time of 0, 4, 8 and 12 days with sugar concentration 15%. The chemical characteristics tested include pH, titrated acid levels (tat), phenolics were analyzed using kruskal wallis and mann whitney test. Data on alcohol content is analyzed descriptive. The results of the kruskal wallis test have a significant difference in the chemical characteristics test. The best result from chemical charactheristic and alcohol content that fullfil MUI standard are a 4 days fermentation time treatment with a pH value of 3, a tat content of 0.016%, phenolic content of 61,6 mg/ml GAE and an alcohol content of 0.30%.</p> dedy suprayogi Eva Agustina Fanny Fajrin Aulia Rosyada Hanik Faizah Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-01 2023-02-01 1 1 73 78 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1128 A Review Article: The Combination of Physical Activity and Healthy Diet in Adolescents to Prevent Diabetes Mellitus https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1130 <p>Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disorder marked by hyperglycemia and caused by insulin deficiency or insulin resistance. Teenagers can be affected by diabetes mellitus as well as adults and the elderly. Disease prevention efforts are one method of reducing the risk factor.&nbsp;A combination of physical activity and healthy diet can help control risk factors, especially in teenagers.&nbsp;Purpose: for the investigation and identification of various research findings relating to the influence of physical activity and healthy diet on the prevention of diabetes mellitus in adolescents Method: a method study which we use in the form of analytical content to build a review article by identifying, reviewing, and evaluating all related research with an influence on the combination of physical activity and healthy diet in adolescents. The source of data in review articles is <em>Google scholar, PubMed, </em>and <em>Science Direct</em>&nbsp;with the key words "Diabetes mellitus", "Physical activity", and "healthy diet. We found 5.000 related articles using search engines as our article data source.&nbsp; Out of 100 articles, only 10 articles were eligible for literature review. People who don't do physical activity have a higher risk of having diabetes mellitus by 3,198 times, compared to people who do physical activity heavily every day. People who consume food processed from flour like a biscuit have a 1.198 times greater risk of having diabetes mellitus compared with people who never consume food processed from flour. Activity physically is greatly influenced by its intensity, so it will have an effect on the rate of glucose in the blood. Based on the literature review, we do show that in the age group of adolescents, prevention of diabetes mellitus can be conducted with combining physical activity with dietary pattern. This thing is related to insulin secretion, so glucose homeostasis can be more awake. Nonetheless, more research is needed to account for other diabetes risk factors, such as overweight and obesity, genetics, and a healthy lifestyle pattern.</p> Bunga Janviera Firnanda Dziyaau Qoulin Nuzil Amalia Firda Salsabila Romyun Alvy Khoiriyah Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-02 2023-02-02 1 1 79 86 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1130 Literature Review : Feeding Comfort With Stunting Problems in Toddlers https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1129 <p>The poor practice of complementary feeding (MPASI) is one of the most common problems in developing countries. This can lead to poor absorption of nutrients, especially protein, which is associated with problems related to physical growth disorders such as stunting in children under the age of 5 years. This study used a cross-sectional design intending to clarify the relationship between complementary feeding practices and the risk of stunting in children aged 6 to 12 months from Central Lombok. It was an analytical observational study. A total of 206 children with an average age of 9.3 months were selected as the subjects of this study using cluster sampling. Most of them are women. This study analyzed four parameters of the practice of giving complementary foods, namely the age of the first time complementary foods, types of complementary foods, the frequency of complementary foods, and the frequency of complementary foods. This study found a significant relationship between the frequency of complementary feeding (p=0.047, 95%CI) and the number of complementary foods given (p = 0.020, 95% CI) with the risk of developmental disorders in children. On the other hand, other parameters such as age at initiation of complementary foods and solid food texture were not significantly associated with the risk of growth retardation. One of the factors that directly affect stunting in children under the age of 2 years is intake factors such as breast milk (ASI) and breast milk supplements (MPASI).</p> dedy suprayogi Ahdan Mu'afie Azra Putriana Dinia Roihana Mawarda Ikrimatul Munawaroh Ika Mustika Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-02 2023-02-02 1 1 87 93 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1129 Literature Review: The Relationship Between The Nutritional Status of Pregnant Women and The Incidence of LBW (Low Birth Weight) Infant https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1142 <p>LBW is a condition in which babies are born with low and less than normal weight which affects the IMR caused by various factors that are still a problem in developing countries, including Indonesia. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between the nutritional status of pregnant women with LBW with high IMR, as well as the factors that cause LBW and diseases that accompany LBW. The methodology used in this paper is a literature review in various relevant international and national journals as reference material for research activities using binding Google Scholar journals and articles for 2018-2022, and the keywords entered in the search are [Relationship of maternal nutritional status with low birth weight. in Indonesia] and access up to 10 journals according to the criteria. The result of this research is that the nutritional status of pregnant women is very influential on LBW. The cause of the occurrence of LBW from various factors, ranging from maternal, fetal, environmental, gestational age, and placental factors. It can be concluded that LBW is still a big problem today, especially in developing countries, and must be resolved immediately so that it does not continue to the next generation. So, pregnant women must maintain their diet and life so that their nutritional status is good and there is no risk of low birth weight during pregnancy.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> dedy suprayogi Devita Catur Puspitasari Almer Dafa Agradinata Hamzah Luluk Jamila Widya Nilandita Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-02 2023-02-02 1 1 94 99 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1142 Literature Review: Association of Iron Deficiency Anemia with Cognitive Function in Adolescents https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1143 <p>The prevalence of anemia in adolescents in Indonesia shows a high number with a percentage that is close to the category of severe public health problems. Anemia has an impact on the decline in cognitive function which in turn will affect intelligence, mental health, psychosocial, and the maturation process. A literature review study design by searching for research articles on the parameters of the relationship between iron deficiency anemia and cognitive function of adolescents aged 10-19 years using Google Scholar and ScienceDirect databases in the range of publication years between 2017-2022. 10 selected articles with 8 articles being conclusive and 2 articles being inconclusive, within parameters of learning achievement, school performance, concentration, cognitive response, cognitive behavior, irritability, expressed emotion, EEG, and mediation models In general, there is a significant relationship between anemia and cognitive function. However, this function itself has various aspects and measurement parameters so that further systematic studies are needed to find deeper patterns of relationships in a wider range of age groups.</p> dedy suprayogi Aynun Khamidah Fitri Aprilia Kholifah Dian Khasanah Eko Teguh Pribadi Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-02 2023-02-02 1 1 100 106 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1143 Black Garlic (Allium sativum L.) as Alternative Treatments for Increasing Hb and Decreasing Glucose Blood Level https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1002 <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Diabetes and anemia’s treatment with modern technology were still not affordable for some people. Therefore, cheaper and easily to get alternative treatments needs to be provided. Black garlic could be used as alternative treatments due to antioxidant activity from active compounds like flavonoids, tanin, saponin, and sterol. Compared to garlic, black garlic contains more active compounds so that it is expected to be able to work optimally for treatment. This study aims to determine the effect of black garlic extract on Hb and glucose levels. The method used in this study was experimental using a completely randomized design with the extract administered orally for 14 days at a dose of 150mg/Kg BW. The results showed that black garlic extract could increase hemoglobin levels up to 2.15% and reduce glucose levels up to 0.67%. From this experiment, we could know that black garlic extract can be used for increasing Hb levels and lowering glucose levels.</span></p> Funsu Andiarna Eva Agustina Risa Purnamasari Arini Mayang Fa'uni Raihana Nafisah Irul Hidayati Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-02 2023-02-02 1 1 107 110 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1002 Effect of Leaf and Fruit Extract of Fig Tree (Ficus Carica) on Glucose Level of Blood https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1144 <p>Ficus carica (fig tree) leaf and fruit has long been observed to significantly affect blood glucose level. Fruit and leaves are known to contain polyphenol compound that plays a role in the glucose level of blood. However, the comparative study of these two extracts is not so much been explored. We investigate the effect of the fruit and leaf of a fig tree on the glucose level of blood. The method used in this experiment is using a completely randomized design (CRD) which consisted of 3 treatments, namely control (aquadest), fig leaf extract, and fig fruit extract. The extract is given orally for 14 days straight to a mouse (Mus musculus) with a dosage equal to 300 mg/kgW/day. These studies show that the blood glucose level of a mouse is lowered to 1,31% for a fig leaf and 1,96% for a fig fruit from a normal level. It can be concluded that a fig tree's leaf and fruit extract can increase the blood glucose level.</p> Risa Purnamasari Nova Lusiana Anida Reza Fahlefi Soghi Tankoiko Salsa Nabila Eva Agustina Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-02 2023-02-02 1 1 111 114 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1144 Test The Potency Of Guava Leaf And Banyan Leaf Extract On Increasing Hemoglobin In Mice https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1117 <p>Guava leaf plants (Psidium guajava) and banyan leaf plants (Ficus benjamina) contain compounds that include&nbsp;polyphenols, flavonoids, carotene, tannins, and iron which have the potential to increase hemoglobin levels and&nbsp;prevent anemia. Research has been carried out with the aim of observing the effect of banyan leaf extract and&nbsp;guava leaf extract on hemoglobin levels in the blood of mice. The administration of banyan leaf extract and&nbsp;guava leaf extract was carried out for 14 consecutive days in mice with the same dose of 300 mg/kg/day. The&nbsp;results showed that banyan leaf extract could increase hemoglobin levels by 40.36% while guava leaf extract&nbsp;increased by 45.79%. So it can be concluded that the administration of guava leaf extract and banyan leaf is&nbsp;proven to increase haemoglobin levels</p> Nova Lusiana Risa Purnamasari Indah Kurnia Sari Jihan Farhah Huwaidah Eva Agustina Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-02 2023-02-02 1 1 115 118 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1117 The Effectiveness of Giving Bangun-bangun Leaf (Coleus Amboinicus Lour) Extract to Smooth Breast Milk Production as an Effort to Prevent Stunting in the Sidotopo Public Health Center of Surabaya https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1146 <p>The use of galactagogue compounds derived from leaf plants of Bangun-bangun (<em>Coleus Amboinecus Lous</em>) is safe for human consumption, is quite significant in the synthesis of milk, contains iron, carotene, potassium, zinc, and magnesium in breast, have properties that stimulate strong contractions of the uterine wall and can increase baby's weight. This study was conducted with the aim of knowing the effectiveness of giving bangun-bangun leaf extract to smooth breast milk production as an effort to prevent stunting. The results of the study were 30 breastfeeding mothers with non-fluent milk production (100%), after the research was carried out on mothers who experienced non-fluent breast milk before being given the extract of the leaves of Bangun-bangun (Coleus amboinicus lour) found a score &gt; 6 Mc Nemar test results obtained a correlation coefficient of p = 0.000. These results indicate that there is a difference in the smoothness of production before and after giving Bangun-bangun leaf extract because the results are p = 0.000 and p&lt;0.05, so there is an effectiveness</p> Shinta Nur Rochmayanti Esti Novi Andyarini Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-03 2023-02-03 1 1 119 124 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1146 Implementation of Ruqyah Syar'iyyah Alternative Medicine in Gowa Regency https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1147 <p>The Qur'an is the perfect medicine and antidote for all diseases of the heart and body, as well as the diseases of this world and the hereafter. But not everyone is able and has the ability to do healing with the Koran. If the healing treatment is carried out properly for the disease based on trust and faith, full acceptance, definite belief, and fulfilled the conditions, then no single disease can fight it. The purpose of this study was to determine the implementation of Ruqyah Syar'iyyah Alternative Medicine in Gowa Regency.</p> <p>The type of research used by the researcher is qualitative research. This research was conducted by the Heart Rehab Foundation of Gowa Regency. The approach used is a psychological approach, guidance and da'wah. The instrument used was an interview guide that was conducted by the researcher directly. Deductive to inductive data analysis. The result of the research is that the community can carry out the implementation of Ruqyah Syar'iyyah Alternative Medicine independently at home. The stages of implementing rugyah are in addition to rugyah the patient is given an understanding of getting closer to the Koran and delivering material about tazkiyyah an-nafs. The technique of implementing syar'iyyah ruqyah treatment carried out by the Heart Rehab Foundation in Gowa Regency, namely through the preparation stage, the implementation stage of ruqyah, the practices of care after ruqyah and consumption of sunnah herbal medicines.</p> Sattu Alang Hasnah Hasnah Burhanuddin Burhanuddin Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-03 2023-02-03 1 1 125 128 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1147 A Review Articel : The Relationship between Nutritional Status and Menstrual Patterns with the Incidence of Anemia in Adolescent Girls https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1148 <p>Anemia is a health condition in which the number of red blood cells or hemoglobin is less than normal hemoglobin levels are generally found in men and women. In men, it is defined as a hemoglobin level of 14-16 grams/100 ml while in women it is defined as hemoglobin of 12-15 grams/100 ml. This study aims to study Literature Review to determine the relationship between knowledge of the nutritional status and menstrual patterns on nutritional anemia among adolescent girls in Indonesia. In this study, a literature review design was used. A literature review study is a method used to collect data or sources related to a particular topic that can be obtained from various sources such as research articles.</p> Hendryanto Maulana Ghani Ghaida Nuha Ash Shafi Desfriana Fatika Wardhana Ismi Maulani Sarita Oktorina Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-03 2023-02-03 1 1 129 136 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1148 A Review Article: The Relationship of Nutrient Status with Chemotherapy Frequency in Cancer Sufferers https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1149 <p>Cancer is a disease caused by an irregular hormonal pathway that results in the growth of flesh in normal body tissues, often known as malignant tumors. In addition, these symptoms are also known as malignant neoplasms. They are often characterized by characteristic cell cycle abnormalities that give rise to the ability of cells to grow uncontrollably, invading nearby biological tissues. These cells migrate to other body tissues through the blood circulation or lymphatic system, called metastasis. This study aimed to analyse the relationship between nutritional status and the frequency of chemotherapy in cancer patients. This study uses a literature review method based on references from ten national journals sourced from Google Scholar for the last five years. It uses the keywords frequency of chemotherapy, cancer patients, and nutritional status. From this study, the frequency of chemotherapy given to cancer patients is quite influential on the nutritional status of chemotherapy patients depending on the patient's immune system. Many patients are malnourished due to decreased appetite while energy needs in the body increase.</p> Dien Salsabila Durrotul Mahfudloh Kezia Aulia Syah Putra Zuardin Zuardin Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-03 2023-02-03 1 1 137 142 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1149 An overview of micro- and macronutrient intake in stunted and normal infants in Indonesia https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1150 <p>Stunting is a symptom of chronic malnutrition in a person. The aim is to find differences in treatment, consumption patterns, and intake of macro- and micronutrients in stunted and normal toddlers. A literature review study is used in this research method to find, combine, and analyse facts from sources that meet scientific criteria that are valid and accurate. The results found from this literature search were 681 libraries from Google Scholar, which were then selected for 10 articles. Energy consumption itself comes from daily food during the intake period. macronutrients, namely protein, fat, and carbohydrates.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Ayu Rosyidah Putri Isna Rizky Maulidina Aisyah Sekar Kirana Muhamad Ratodi Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-03 2023-02-03 1 1 143 152 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1150 A Review Article: Control Caloric Intake in Autoimmune Survivors https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICHFHN/article/view/1151 <p>Lupus or autoimmune disease is a condition in which a person's immune system does not work properly. The immune system, which should protect the body from viruses and bacteria attacks, attacks the tissues and the body itself. This literature review aims to determine the importance of maintaining body calories or food intake for autoimmune patients. The articles used are in accordance with the keyword’s autoimmunity and calorie intake, autoimmunity and nutrition, calorie intake, macronutrients, lupus nutrition. There were 10 articles/journals which were analyzed through an analysis of the objectives, suitability of the material, the methods used, the results of each article, and the limitations faced. Maintaining the intake of calories and food in the body is very important for people with autoimmune. Vegetables and fruits high in antioxidants that boost the immune system, and foods high in omega-3. This is because it helps reduce inflammation and boost immunity from autoimmune diseases. Therefore, autoimmune diseases are not new or discovered. Although there is currently no cure, people with autoimmune diseases can improve their condition by adopting a healthy lifestyle by controlling the intake of healthy and balanced foods as needed. It is possible to reduce the possible causes and symptoms.</p> Diana Sofia Filda Ilfi Yana Ines Puspita Sari Linda Prasetyaning Widayanti Copyright (c) 2023 International Conference on Halal Food and Health Nutrition 2023-02-03 2023-02-03 1 1 153 160 10.29080/ichafohn.v1i1.1151