NUTRITION WOES ARE NOT OVER YET FOR ALL AGE GROUPS.
MALNUTRITION REFERS TO DEFICIENCIES, EXCESSES OR IMBALANCES IN A PERSON’S INTAKE OF ENERGY AND/OR NUTRIENTS.
THE DOUBLE BURDEN OF MALNUTRITION IS CHARACTERIZED BY THE COEXISTENCE OF: The double burden of malnutrition Undernutrition (wasting, stunting & micronutrient de¬ficiencies) along with overweight and obesity and diet-related noncommunicable diseases within individuals .
IT WILL BE AN EYE OPENER FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN OF THE AGE GROUP OF 10-19 (ADOLESCENTS ) AS SURVEY OF THIS GROUP WAS NOT TOUCHED SO FAR BY UNICEF IN INDIA.
There are number of books written about AHAR EJ AUSHADH, worth reading n following regularly in the kitchen. more
What we require at juncture is to come up with a planned diet (not with the list of Hi Fi and so called modern imported vegetables or fruits) which is based on locally available and prepared easily on a day to day basis.
We need to move away from the Junk food that is flung at us as ready to eat or easily ordered online.
The food that we eat should be easily assimilated by our system over a period of time.
The curse is that every other food item is fortified and the system is getting overwhelmed by being stuffed with fortified foods.
Does one have an idea that eating natural is the best way to treat our bodies and help ourselves in maintaining good balanced health. more