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31

Children’s Short, Potential Obesity

Children whose height is below average or short (stunted), which could beoverweight or obese. In addition to its intelligence potential may also be interrupted.According to the Association of Health Research (Riskesdas) 2010 conducted by the Ministry of Health, there were approximately 38 percent of children under fiveyears in Indonesia classified as stunted. “It’s actually an old problem, but until now the government is more focused on the conditions of malnutrition and malnutrition,” said Anie Dr.Yustina Indriastuti, Sp.GK, in the case of the winners of the “Little Doctor Nutrition Advanced ”held NestléIndonesia (30 / 1… Continue reading »