Obesity and Malnutrition

Obesity and malnutrition represent two extreme ends of the nutritional spectrum, each posing significant health risks. Obesity, characterized by excess body fat, is a global epidemic and is linked to conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and certain cancers. On the other hand, malnutrition refers to deficiencies or imbalances in essential nutrients and can lead to stunted growth, weakened immunity, and cognitive impairments. Paradoxically, both conditions can coexist within communities, highlighting the importance of balanced nutrition. Addressing these issues requires education on healthy eating habits, access to nutritious foods, and healthcare interventions tailored to individual needs. If a person does not get the right balance of nutrients, they can also have malnutrition. It is possible to have obesity with malnutrition

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