A healthy diet is more than just calories. Priya Shetty gets the figures on the cost of poor nutrition — and the scale of the challenge.
Hunger: it’s an emotive term for undernutrition. It conjures images of famine and starvation in the developing world.
Technically, undernutrition is the outcome of insufficient food and repeated infectious diseases. It includes being severely underweight or dangerously thin (wasted), too short (stunted), and deficient in vitamins and minerals.
But the world’s food problems are far more complex and widespread than just undernutrition.
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