With 45% of countries struggling to address undernutrition and obesity, our panel suggests ways to tackle the 'double burden'
Chances of undernutrition among children born to adolescent mothers were 10 per cent higher than children born to adult mothers
Climate change may bring into effect extreme heat exposure that may hinder adequate crop production in the long term, and thus, may result in larger undernourished population.
There is great potential to improve health by avoiding certain risks like smoking and poor diet as well as tackling environmental risks like air pollution
The scientists have come out with a new strategy to fortify staple foods with vital nutrients like iron and vitamin A, by encapsulating them in a biocompatible polymer BMC, which can prevent the loss of ...
Women-led aquafarming projects in Bangladesh have led to a 500% increase in fish productionIn Bangladesh, more than 20 million people currently suffer from undernutrition, and nearly a third of the population live in poverty. ...
Fruits are a storehouse of nutrients and there are some fruits that contain more nutrients than others that are beneficial for eyes.
A recent study claims that the double burden of high levels of both undernutrition and overweight occur primarily in the lowest-income countries - a reality that is driven by the modern food system."