THE EFFECTIVENESS OF GIVING PURPLE SWEET POTATOES AS A SOURCE OF SUPPLEMENTARY NUTRITION FOR PREGNANT WOMEN WITH CHRONIC ENERGY DEFICIENCY: LITERATURE REVIEW
Keywords:Sweet Potatoes, Pregnant Women and KEK
In Banjarmasin City, South Kalimantan Province based on the 2015 Recapitulation. From 1,131 pregnant women, there were 103 pregnant women or (9.1%) who experienced SEZ.Â In 2016 out of 804 pregnant women there were 250 pregnant women or (31.09%) who experienced SEZ and in 2017 out of 1002 pregnant women there were 285 pregnant women or (28%) who experienced SEZ (Banjarmasin City Health Office, 2018Â ).Â Sweet potato plant as an alternative food additive because it has sufficient content to meet some of the nutritional needs of pregnant women. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of giving purple sweet potato as a source of dietary nutrition in chronic energy deficient pregnant women based on the Literature Review. This study uses a literature study approach by using sources that have been selected based on the criteria that have been determined by the researcher. From 10 types of literature, it was found that the average research results showed that purple sweet potatoes had high content of carbohydrates, protein, fat, Fe and Vitamin C to meet the nutritional needs of pregnant women so that purple sweet potatoes were suitable for use as additional food for pregnant women.Â especially mothers with SEZ. Purple sweet potato is effective as a source of additional food nutrition in KEK pregnant women
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