Macro and Micronutrient Interactions with Malnutrition after Nutrition Education Intervention, Specifically with Regard to Nutritional Therapy and Diet Modification

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Year : 2023 | Volume :12 | Issue : 2 | Page : 7-17
By

    Saad-un-Nisa Mahesar

  1. Shah Muhammad Mahesar

  2. Marvi Shaikh

  3. Mahvish Jabeen Channa

  4. Sara Aftab

  1. Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Indus Medical College, University of Modern Sciences, Tando Muhammad Khan, Sindh, Pakistan
  2. Lecturer, Department of Biochemistry, Indus Medical College, University of Modern Sciences, Tando Muhammad Khan, Sindh, Pakistan

Abstract

Nutrition and food have a crucial role in creating and sustaining optimum health. Physicians are interested in providing their patients with clinical nutrition therapy, but little is known about how they adhere to specific nutrition, in my opinion. Foods can contain a variety of various amounts and qualities of nourishing ingredients, which together make up nutrition. Patients in nutrition therapy learn how to make informed decisions once they select the proper type and quantity of food. Since many decades, the problem of nutritional anemia iron, vitamin A deficiency (VAD), disorders, and PEM has slowly evolved into a double nutritional problem, with the issue of macronutrients in Pakistan and developing countries specifically relating to the Protein Energy Malnutrition (PEM). One of the factors that affect the occurrence of chronic malnutrition is a lack of micronutrients like zinc and vitamin A. Lesch-Nyhan syndrome (LNS) is intended to avoid malnutrition, promote the baby’s linear growth, and aid in the recovery from mild acute malnutrition.

Keywords: Malnutrition, Vitamin-A deficiency, Anemia, PEM, Food Nutrition, Under Nutrition, Nutritional Therapy, Modification in Diet

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 12
Issue 2
Received July 26, 2022
Accepted August 8, 2022
Published January 8, 2023