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Types of Malnutrition – Part II
I mentioned in the previous article about malnutrition, that malnutrition is caused by an imbalance in the nutrients needed by the body, that if we get more food than we need, then we suffer from over nutrition, and if we get more food than we need If less, we suffer from under nutrition.
Since our discussion is about under nutrition, so if I can’t get out of the topic, I can briefly say for more clarification, under nutrition is like overloading the transformer in the power system, so that the required electricity of the area cannot be provided. It can be similar to the weakness of the voltage of the transformer of the area, which does not distribute the correct electricity and it is necessary to change the transformer in order to provide the necessary electricity to the entire area in a correct and regular manner.
Malnutrition is generally recognized by calculating a child’s weight-to-height ratio and calculating the child’s age-to-weight ratio, or the fact that a person’s weight-to-age ratio is used to create problems in the imbalance that has been diagnosed. It is called malnutrition.
In addition, the primary causes of malnutrition, which were famine, economic crises, and complete lack of access to food, were briefly explained in the first previous section of the article, and the secondary causes, which were health problems in the body when food arrived, improper food Absence of absorption and lack of hygiene were also highlighted and explained.
Research by the health department of the United Nations shows that malnutrition affects the largest part of children in the world and causes their death. UNICEF’s new findings show that malnutrition has doubled in Afghanistan and currently more than 1.1 million Afghan children are suffering from malnutrition. If we go a little further, 10 years ago, 30 percent of Afghan children were suffering from malnutrition, and one out of every 12 children in the world is facing the threat of malnutrition.
There are many reasons related to under nutrition, but the two most important ones are primary protein energy deficiency, which is primarily caused by lack of food, and secondly, secondary protein energy deficiency, which is caused by diseases such as tuberculosis, etc. Attraction etc.
Now, in this second part of the article, we will briefly shed light on malnutrition and its types caused by under-nutrition.