The Effectiveness Health Education of Preconception Nutrition to Bride-to-be of Childbearing Age Knowledge


  • Evina Triani Universitas Ngudi Waluyo
  • Eti Salafas Universitas Ngudi Waluyo


Health Education of Preconception Nutrition, Bride-to-be


Women are aged 20-35 years are most appropriate age in preventing nutritional problems, especially chronic energy deficiency. Optimal nutrition in premarital women will affect the growth and development of the fetus and the health condition of the baby born. Knowledge of nutrition plays an important role in fulfilling one's nutritional adequacy. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of providing preconception nutrition health education on the knowledge of brides-to-be of childbearing age at West Ungaran Religious Affairs Office, Semarang Regency. The type of research in this study is quantitative, the population was brides-to-be at West Ungaran Religious Affairs Office in December 2021. The sample was taken by purposive sampling as many as 21 brides-to-be of childbearing age. The analysis used is the dependent t-test. showed that the average value of knowledge before being given health education was 60.67 (min 33-max 80) and the average knowledge after being given health education was 85.81 (min 70- max 97). The results showed a significant difference in knowledge (p = 0.000 < 0.05). Health education about preconception nutrition is very necessary for increasing the knowledge of brides-to-be. It is recommended to provide pre-conception nutrition education to women before marriage.


Download data is not yet available.


Anny Fauziah. (2012). The Effect of Health Education on Preconceptional Nutrition on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of Healthy Food Consumption of Premarital Women. University of Indonesia, 1-131.

Autoridad Nacional del Servicio Civil. (2021). Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 6(11), 951–952., 2013–2015.

Azzahra, M.F & Muniroh, L (2015), Pengaruh Konseling Terhadap Pengetahuan Dan Sikap Pemberian MP-ASI, Media Gizi Indonesia, Vol 10, No 1.

Budiyanto. (2002). Nutrition and Health. Bayu Media, Malang.

Cornelia, S.K.M., EdithSumedi, S.K.M., Anwar, I., Sos, S., Rita Ramayulis, D.C.N., Sri Iwaningsih, S.K.M., (2014). Nutrition Counseling. Spreader PLUS.

Diana, N.M.A.Y. (2021). First in Kua, Senen District. First in Kua, Senen District.

Doloksaribu, L. G., & Simatupang, A. M. (2019). The Effect of Preconception Nutrition Counseling on Knowledge and Attitudes of Premarital Women in Batang Kuis Regency. Forum for Innovation, 8 (2089–8592), 63–73.

Fariski, C., Dieny, F. F., & Wijayanti, H. S. (2020). Diet quality, nutritional status and anemia status in preconception women between rural and urban areas. Gizi Indonesia, 43(1), 11.

Hamid, Fauziah A. Razak Thaha, A.S. (2020). Risk Factor Analysis of Chronic Energy Deficiency (KEK) in Preconceptional Women in Makassar City. Journal of Chemical Modeling and Information, 53(9), 1689–1699.

Karlopa, Z. (2017). Differences in Knowledge Level of Prospective Bride and Groom about Pregnancy Examination Before and After Getting Counseling at the Sedayu I and II Health Centers, Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta. Nusantara University PGRI Kediri, 01, 1–7.

Lulianthy, E., Astuti, P., & Aprina, T. (2021). The Importance of Nutrition in Preconceptional Women for the Nutritional Status of Future Children. Health Vocational Journal, 6(2), 62.

Notoatmodjo . (2012). Metode Penelitian Kesehatan. Jakarta: Rineka Cipta

Notoatmodjo, Soekidjo. (2010).




How to Cite

Triani, E. ., & Salafas, E. . (2022). The Effectiveness Health Education of Preconception Nutrition to Bride-to-be of Childbearing Age Knowledge. Proceedings of Conference on Health Universitas Ngudi Waluyo, 1(1), 48–52. Retrieved from