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Lactation period is the best nutrition for all babies through direct breastfeeding. One factors can affect the production of breast milk is nutrition consumed by mother every day. The problem of fulfilling nutritional intake for breastfeeding mothers must be prepared properly by mother herself and family including parents who live in the same house with breastfeeding mothers. This study aims to obtain an overview of relationship between breastfeeding mothers' perceptions of parental support for breastfeeding mothers' nutrition intake. The research method used quantitative research and cross-sectional design in the working area of Cakung District Health Center. Sampling technique used purposive sampling with 54 respondents. Data collection used a questionnaire via google form or directly and analyzed using the Product Moment Correlation (Pearson) test. The results of statistical tests with α (0.05) obtained a relationship between the perceptions of breastfeeding mothers about parental support for breastfeeding mothers' nutrition intake with alpha significance value of 0.005 and a correlation coefficient value of 0.373 > r table (0.265). The conclusion is a positive relationship between perceptions of breastfeeding mothers about parental support for the nutritional intake of breastfeeding with alpha significance value 0.005 and a correlation coefficient value 0.373 >r table (0.265).