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Another 149 million children under the age of five had stunted growth and development due to a chronic lack of essential nutrients in their diets, while 39 million were overweight. Progress on breastfeeding Progress is being made on exclusive breastfeeding, with nearly 44 percent of infants under six months, being exclusively breastfed worldwide in 2020.
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Puntuación: 120.73 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/07/1122032
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Children under the age of two are most vulnerable to all forms of malnutrition – stunting, wasting, micronutrient deficiencies, and overweight and obesity – as a result of poor diets, due to their greater need for essential nutrients per kilogram of body weight than at any other time in life.
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Puntuación: 136.53 - https://www.unicef.org/turkiye...ade-could-get-much-worse-under
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Malnutrition This Conference presented various relevant facts, summarizing malnutrition into three different categories: hunger, which affects almost 800 million people meaning lack of sufficient dietary energy, basic for an active life; hidden hunger, the micronutrient deficiency (vitamins, minerals, etc.) that affects over 2 billion people in the world; and overweight, “the fastest growing challenge we face now in diet-related and non-communicable diseases,” according to Sundaram, which has increased 15% in the last seven years.
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Puntuación: 172.68 - https://www.fao.org/partnershi...news/news-article/zh/c/346626/
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Blog post Dump the junk Reshaping the food retail environment to promote and sell healthier food and drink Adrian Cameron, Karla Corrêa, Roland Kupka Insights UNICEF 22 July 2021 In the East Asia and Pacific region, obesity-promoting environments are driving an epidemic of child overweight and obesity through the increasing promotion and sale of unhealthy food and drink.
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Puntuación: 152.49 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/blog/dump-junk
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Moreover, a double burden of malnutrition has emerged where undernutrition exists together with a rapidly increasing problem of diet-related noncommunicable diseases, especially overweight, obesity, hypertension and type-2 diabetes that have doubled in adults over the last decade.
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Puntuación: 188.25 - https://www.unicef.org/tanzani...utrition-action-plan-2016-2021
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Malnutrition This Conference presented various relevant facts, summarizing malnutrition into three different categories: hunger, which affects almost 800 million people meaning lack of sufficient dietary energy, basic for an active life; hidden hunger, the micronutrient deficiency (vitamins, minerals, etc.) that affects over 2 billion people in the world; and overweight, “the fastest growing challenge we face now in diet-related and non-communicable diseases,” according to Sundaram, which has increased 15% in the last seven years.
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Puntuación: 175.58 - https://www.fao.org/partnershi...news/news-article/fr/c/346626/
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Poor access to nutritious food due to its higher cost, the stress of living with food insecurity, and physiological adaptations to food deprivation help explain why food-insecure families may have a higher risk of overweight and obesity.   Call for action   The report calls for implementing and scaling up interventions aimed at guaranteeing access to nutritious foods and breaking the intergenerational cycle of malnutrition. (...) Key facts and figures    Number of hungry people in the world in 2017: 821 million or 1 in every 9 people in Asia: 515 million in Africa: 256.5 million in Latin America and the Caribbean: 39 million Children under 5 affected by stunting (low height-for-age): 150.8 million (22.2%) Children under 5 affected by wasting (low weight-for-height): 50.5 million (7.5%) Children under 5 who are overweight (high weight-for-height): 38.3 million (5.6%) Percentage of women of reproductive age affected by anaemia: 32.8% Percentage of infants aged below 6 months who were exclusively breastfed: 40.7% Adults who are obese: 672 million (13% or 1 in 8 adults)   -----------------------   Note to editors The heads of agencies issuing today's report are: José Graziano da Silva, Director-General of FAO; Gilbert F.
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Puntuación: 183.76 - https://www.unicef.org/turkiye...tinues-rise-new-un-report-says
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Other major health challenges facing children as they grow up include overweight and obesity, mental health challenges, unplanned pregnancies and STI/HIV infection. (...) Jamaican children face a double burden of under- and over-nutrition; 6 per cent of children under 5 are undernourished and 8.5 percent are overweight. The trend in obesity rates among adolescents aged 13-15 years is alarming, with rates doubling among adolescent boys and increasing by almost 50 per cent in adolescent girls over the past decade.
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Puntuación: 187.06 - https://www.unicef.org/jamaica/survive-and-thrive
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However, the survey highlights a serious concern in child nutrition with increasing rates of young children suffering from stunting, wasting and overweight, which could pose a long-term negative impact on their brain development, health and well-being.   (...) At the same time, 8 per cent of children are wasted (low weight-for-height) and 9 per cent are overweight. The findings show an increasing trend since 2015 when stunting, wasting and overweight rates among children under 5 were at 11, 5 and 8 per cent, respectively.  (...) Across the country, Bangkok has the highest prevalence of stunting and overweight, both at 17 per cent.  Ms. Wanpen Poonwong, Director-General of the NSO, said, “the findings from MICS 6 should be used as widely as possible among policy makers, government agencies, academics, media and the public to shape policy discussion and development in order to address the many challenges still facing children in Thailand.”
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Puntuación: 217.57 - https://www.unicef.org/thailan...irth-rate-worrying-trend-child
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