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A cross sectional study on anthropometric variables on growth & nutritional status of adolescent girls

Author: 
Dr. Zanvar Varsha and Bhoyar Archana
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Abstract: 

Present cross sectional study was carried out to assess anthropometric variables on growth & nutritional status of adolescent girls among 600 adolescent girls of 16-18years from Parbhani district, Maharashtra. The anthropometric status of selected adolescent girls was determined by recording height (cm), weight (kg), mid upper arm circumference (cm), waist circumference (cm), hip circumference (cm) and hip: waist ratio. Body Mass Index was calculated using value of height and weight. On the basis of BMI, adolescent girls were categorized into different grades of under nutrition. Daily food intake of each selected adolescent girls was recorded with the help of three day recall method and weightment method. Nutrient intake was calculated by using Nutritive value of Indian food book. Percent adequacy of food intake was calculated using balance diet table for adolescent girls and percent adequacy of nutrient intake was done by using RDA table. The finding of study showed that Recorded values for anthropometric measurements revealed that urban girl’s exhibits better values for height and weight while rural girls noted highest value for body mass index. Adolescent girls were categorized in to different grade of under nutrition on the basis of BMI. As per area, age, food habit and family income level showed that 5.00 to 71.62 per cent of girls were normal while remaining were suffering with one or other degree of under nutrition. Mean per cent adequacy for cereal ranged from 67.64 to 84.21 per cent. The per cent adequacy for pulses intake was ranged from 49.67 to 70.35 per cent. The range of per cent adequacy for green leafy vegetable, roots & tubers and other vegetables was 28.95 to 34.68, 16.13 to 20.01 and 18.14 to 33.1 per cent respectively. Per cent adequacy for fruit intake was ranged from 23.82 to 36.3. Per cent adequacy for Milk and milk products intake was ranged from 16.7 to 23.45. Per cent adequacy for fats and oil ranged from 42.86 to 80.12 per cent. Whereas per cent adequacy of calorie intake was ranged from 65.17 to 72.12 per cent. Per cent adequacy of protein and fat intake was ranged from 90.24 to 98.32 and 112.19 to 132.77 per cent. Per cent adequacy of iron, calcium and zinc intake ranged from 72.47 to 89.21, 40.4 to 62.77 and 53.76 to 73.81 per cent respectively. Per cent adequacy of β-carotene intake ranged from 2.02 to 98.45 per cent. Per cent adequacy of thiamine, riboflavin and niacin were ranged from 50.55 to 90.18, 56.47 to 94.68 and 83.43 respectively. Per cent adequacy of folic acid intake ranged from 102.89 to 122.85 per cent whereas vitamin C consumption ranged from 73.31 to 153.82 per cent.

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