Survey Data of Body Mass Index and High-Energy Diet among Female Breast Cancer in Indonesia

Published: 3 January 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/x9fsckh6ps.1
Ricvan Dana Nindrea


The data collection provides insightful evidence based on survey data of body mass index and high-energy diet among female breast cancer in Indonesia. Medical records from Dr. M. Djamil General Hospital in Padang and Dr. Sardjito Hospital in Yogyakarta were looked at to identify breast cancer patients. The data was gathered from 200 Indonesian women with breast cancer to determine body mass index (normal, 18.5–23.49 kg/m2; overweight, 23.5–24.99 kg/m2; obesity, ≥ 25 kg/m2), and Semi-Quantitative Food Frequency Questionnaire (SQ-FFQ) used to assess a high-energy diet (high, > 100% of RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance); normal, 100% of RDA). Apart from that, data on non-modifiable risk factors were also collected: age (<50 years; ≥50 years), family history of breast cancer (yes; no), menarche (7-11 years; 12-13 years), menopause (<50 years; ≥ 50 years), first pregnancy (<20 years; 20-30 years; >30 years; never been pregnant), and parity (nulliparous; primiparous; ≥ multiparous). Modifiable risk factors consisted of the level of education (low, ≤ junior high school; moderate, senior high school; high, university), marital status (single/widow; marriage), and smoking (yes; no).



Prince of Songkla University


Cancer Epidemiology