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Terminology related to human nutrition
Relation of food and nutrition to health
Anti nutritional factors present in common foods
Nutritional deficiency diseases in developing countries and their prevention measures
Learn applied human nutrition with Braimy – B.Sc Agriculture
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– Malnutrition in pregnant women increases the risk of poor pregnancy outcomes.

– It may cause obstructed labour, premature or low-birth-weight babies and postpartum haemorrhage.

– Severe anaemia during pregnancy is linked to increased mortality at labour.

– Low birth weight is the major cause of high infant mortality.

– The low birth weight babies who survive are also likely to suffer from diseases throughout their childhood.

–  Growth retarded female who continuously give birth are more likely to give birth to low birth weight babies who later on grow to be malnutritionised. 

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