THE INCIDENCE OF ANEMIA IN PREGNANT WOMEN WHO CONSUME TEA
Tea is the strong inhibitor to absorb non-heme iron because of tannin inside it. The Iron absorption is caused by inhibitor content and food trigger. Iron losing, nutrition factor, iron necessary increasing, and absorption disturbance in the food such as polifenol in the tea are one of iron deficiency anemia cause in pregnancy. The purpose of this research is for knowing what the relationship between tea drinking habit and iron deficiency anemia in woman pregnancy gestational age 37-40 weeks at Singosari Local Government Clinic, Malang Regency. The research design is using cross sectional analytic survey, Purposive Sample about 45 pregnant-woman respondents agree with inclusion criteria. The data collection is using questionnaire. Data analysis is using univariate and bivariate. The result of this research is acquired which the pregnant-woman who experience anemia about 51.1% with often tea consumption about 35.6%. The conclusion of this research has relationship between tea consumption and iron deficiency anemia about 0.574.
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