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MALNUTRITION - AND CHILDREN

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Malnutrition:
Someone who doesn't get enough of one specific nutrient has a nutritional deficiency, a form of malnutrition (although it doesn't necessarily mean the person will become seriously ill). Even people who have plenty to eat may be malnourished if they don't eat foods that provide the right nutrients, vitamins, andminerals. Some diseases and conditions prevent people from digesting or absorbing their food  properly. For a example :
* somewith 'Celiacdisease 'hasintestinalproblemsthataretriggeredbyaproteincalledGluten, whichisfoundinwheat , ryeandbarlay. * kidswith ' CysticFibrosis'havetroubleabsorbingnutrientsbecausethediseaseaffectsthepancreas , anorganthatnormallyproducesenzymesnecessaryfordigestion. The most common nutritional deficiency in the world is iron deficiency, which can lead to anemia.
WHO( worldhealthorganization) estimates that as many 2 billion people worldwide don't get enough nutrients like iron, vitamins A, and Zincin their di…