Overview of Nutritional Knowledge of Pregnant Women about the First 1000 Days of Life
The First Thousand Days of Life (1000 HPK) is a golden period starting from 0-2 years, which is a critical period in brain growth due to a rapid increase in the development of cells in the brain that are very susceptible to damage. If the child suffers from malnutrition at this time, it cannot be guaranteed that further development will run normally. This study aims to describe the level of nutritional knowledge of pregnant women about the first 1000 days of life at the Duren Sawit Health Center in 2019. This study is descriptive. Sampling using a non-random sampling technique with purposive sampling type and obtained a total sample of 100 respondents. The results showed that the description of the nutritional knowledge of pregnant women about the first 1000 days of life at the Duren Sawit Health Center in 2019 showed that most pregnant women had sufficient knowledge of 72 people (72.0%), good knowledge of 13 people (13.0% ), and lack of understanding as many as 15 people (15.0%). For further research, it takes a long time and better measuring tools to increase the accuracy of the research results.
Keywords: Knowledge of Nutrition, Pregnant Women, First 1000 Days of Life
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