Socializing the Addition of Jambal Siam (Pangasius hypophtalmus) Fish Stomach Oil and Kerapu (Cromileptes sp) Fish Oil in Baby Porridge for Satisfy Omega 3 and Omega 6 Standard

  • Mirna Ilza Jurusan Teknologi Hasil Perikanan, Fakultas Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan, Universitas Riau. Kampus Bina Widya Km 12,5 Simpang Baru Pekanbaru 28293
  • Yusni Ikhawan Siregar Jurusan Teknologi Hasil Perikanan, Fakultas Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan, Universitas Riau. Kampus Bina Widya Km 12,5 Simpang Baru Pekanbaru 28293

Abstract

The research aim on the socialization of the addition of jambal siam (Pangasius hypophtalmus)
fish stomach oil and kerapu (Cromileptes sp) fish oil in baby porridge for satisfy omega 3 and omega
6 standard was implemented around Pekanbaru and Bangkinang (Kampar district). The addition
of fish oil is done based on the standard of the WHO weight which conform to the age of the baby.
The baby’s weight is very less than WHO standard dose given 50 mg/day, less weight given 40 mg/
day, and normal weight is 30 mg/day. Weight gain weighed and also observed the development
of psychomotor babies each week for 8 weeks. Based on initial weight babies at the age of 10–12
months without the addition of jambal siam (Pangasius hypophtalmus) fish stomach oil and kerapu
(Cromileptes sp) fish oil in baby porridge, 70.7% had a normal body weight increase and 23.3%
have added weight which is too late. After the addition of jambal siam (Pangasius hypophtalmus)
fish stomach oil and kerapu (Cromileptes sp) fish oil in baby porridge obtained added weight and
motor development towards a better i.e. were 93.4% had normal motor development of appropriate
age and the remaining 6.6% still have weight and psychomotor development too late i.e. newborn
weight was initially very less than the WHO standard.
Keywords: Fish oil, baby, body weight, physichomotor

Published
2015-12-18