Pengetahuan Gizi, Konsumsi Fast Food, Asupan Serat, dan Status Gizi Siswa SMA Kornita
Globalization has caused rapid growth in all aspects of life and changed lifestyles and eating habits that tend to be unhealthy. Eating habits are influenced by nutritional knowledge and attitude. This study aims to analyze the correlation between nutritional knowledge, perception of fast food, fast food consumption, and dietary fiber intake with the nutritional status of Kornita High School Students. This research was designed as a cross-sectional study with 62 subjects selected by purposive sampling. Data was collected using an online questionnaire with Google Forms, interviews by phone, and anthropometric measurements. The results showed that 71.1% of the subjects had good nutritional knowledge and 72.6% of the subjects had a neutral attitude toward fast food consumption. There was no significant correlation (p>0.05) between nutritional knowledge and the frequency of fast food consumption for traditional, modern, and overall. There was no significant correlation (p>0.05) between the perception of fast food with the frequency of fast food consumption for traditional, modern, and overall. There was a significant and positive correlation between the frequency of modern and overall fast food consumption with nutritional status (p=0.050; r=0.250) and modern (p=0.025; r=0.285). There was no significant correlation between dietary fiber intake with nutritional status (p=0.354; r=-0.0120).