PC Calorie Counter
Anaemia is associated with increased risks for maternal and child mortality. However, data on low birth weight in developing countries is often limited because a significant portion of deliveries are done in homes or small health facilities where cases of infants with low birth weight often go unreported. For instance, a national nutrition plan and policy was considered to provide the political basis for initiating action. The recommendations for feeding infants and young children 6—23 months include: The indicator is a measure of an important aspect of food insecurity in a population. Current international recommendations call for high-dose vitamin A supplementation every months for all children between the ages of 6 and 59 months living in affected areas.
Dieting sucks. It tends to lead to cravings… and hunger. This generally causes people to give up on their diet and gain the weight back. For this reason, most conventional weight loss methods have a terrible success rate.