I explained to Ngari his problem was mainly inadequate nutrition
. He should just have fed the pigs the commercial feed at the recommended rates twice daily.
Intended or not, inadequate nutrition
can affect their development.
, poor intake of drinking water, hot weather and physical exertion and hot weather can lead to various health problems.
Providing good nutrition fuels brain growth, with inadequate nutrition
in the first 5 years affecting the structure and function of the brain in ways that are difficult to reverse later.
The term "stunting" refers to the impaired physical growth and development that results from inadequate nutrition
and repeated infections with, for example, diarrheal diseases that reduce nutrient uptake.
Sindh's fishing communities are poor and vulnerable, with low incomes and inadequate nutrition
. In addition to declining marine fish stocks, inland capture fisheries are also in decline due to ecological degradation, overfishing and climate change.
Data highlights that over one-fifth of the country's population is undernourished (whose caloric intake is insufficient); one-tenth of the children under five years of age are underweight; 45% of children under five have stunted growth (who have low height for their age, reflecting chronic under-nutrition); and 7.9% of children under five die due to the fatal mix of inadequate nutrition
and unhealthy environment.
and exposure to chilly winds have forced homeless residing in the region to turn towards night shelters.
Quoting from the World Health Organisation report, she stated that seven percent of children under five in Africa are wasted, and a further 30 percent are affected by stunting, adding, 'This is largely due to poor diets and inadequate nutrition
Over 7 percent of children and 30.6 percent of women are obese or overweight in Kyrgyzstan due to poor and inadequate nutrition
, the working group on agriculture and rural development, food security and nutrition of the Development Partners' Coordination Council, said in the Food Security and Nutrition Position Paper.
Media outlets have quoted former participants in the re-education programmes as describing physical abuse, military-style discipline, inadequate nutrition
and severe confinement.