Relationship between CGOL (Chlorophyll, Ginger, Orange, and Lemongrass) consumption and confirmed COVID-19 cases on pregnant women

Diyan Indriyani, Esti Yunitasari, Ferry Efendi

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Abstract

Nutritional status and health are crucial factors in maintaining a healthy pregnancy, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.This study aimed to analyze the relationship between CGOL (Chlorophyll, Ginger, Orange, and Lemongrass) consumption and confirmed COVID-19 cases in pregnant women. The research, conducted in East Java with 250 purposively sampled respondents, employed a correlational cross-sectional design. Data were collected through questionnaires, Likert scales, and documentation. Analysis of research data using descriptive analysis and Spearman-Rho analyses. The study revealed that CGOL consumption in pregnant women was 28% less than optimal, 21.2% moderate and 50.8% optimal. Confirmed COVID-19 cases in pregnant women are 10%, and 90% are not confirmed. There was a significant relationship between CGOL consumption and confirmation of COVID-19 in pregnant women (p=0.0001). These findings empha-size the importance of integrating CGOL-based nutritional guidelines into prenatal care programs, particularly during pandemics, to enhance pregnant women’s and their babies’ health.

Original languageEnglish
Article number11749
JournalHealthcare in Low-Resource Settings
Volume11
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28 Dec 2023

Keywords

  • CGOL
  • COVID-19
  • pregnant woman

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