ABSTRACT: Child growth include the growth and development of organs cells. Growth is measured by the physical dimensions of the present picture of the state of nutrition. Growth can be used as an indicator of the adequacy of inputs of nutrients essential because it can be measured by the volume of the child's weight gain. Motor development is a process that must be passed in a child's life. One of the child's motor skills are gross motor skills related to movement skills that are affected by the large muscles such as : standing, walking, running and jumping. Learning is a process of the work done for someone to acquire a new behavior changes as a whole as his own experience in the interaction with the environment. Learning means filling activities or the development of cognitive abilities with the fact that as many students mastered.
Survey research methods used (non-experimental) with the cross-sectional design. Exceptional location at the School of Peace in Tomohon is from August to October 2013, amounting to 40 students. Statistical analysis used were t - test and Pearson's correlation test.
Results The average intake of gluten students as much as 247.50 g, average 19.75 g casein intake, correlation test showed no association between gluten intake in growing children (p= 0.881), there was no association between gluten intake with academic achievement children (p= 0.411), there was no correlation between casein intake with growth of children (p= 0.319 ), and there is a relationship between the intake of casein to academic achievement (p= 0,04) .
Penulis: Mirna Kawulusan, Vera T. Harikedua, dan Daniel Robert
Kode Jurnal: jpkesmasdd140510