How can you solve the problem of malnutrition?

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Population control is important
The country’s growing population is largely responsible for malnutrition. Parents are not able to raise them properly when there are more children. Hence population control is the most important step to end malnutrition. For this, the government should formulate a strict policy and focus on public awareness.
Aman Sharma, Indore, Madhya Pradesh
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Food fortification is the solution
The solution to this problem is food fortification. Under this, various nutrients like iron, zinc, vitamins etc. are added to common foods like flour, rice, milk, salt, oil etc. The process of food fortification is beneficial and safe. Essential nutrients reach the body along with normal foods. Standards of food fortification can be set as required by identifying the nutritional levels at various levels in the logo. Along with this, trained personnel should be appointed to make people aware about balanced nutritious food and food fortification through Anganwadi centers at village level.
-Shivraj Malav, Talera, Bundi
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Balanced diet is essential
Food production in India has increased compared to previous years, but despite this, the problem of starvation and malnutrition remains. Child marriage promotes malnutrition. Parents should pay more attention to children’s food. Give children a balanced and nutritious diet. Focus on pregnant women immunization and nutritious diet. The infant should be given its mother’s milk for 6 months.
– Development Naihada, Thanagaji, Alwar
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Self-help organizations can be helpful
The problem of malnutrition is very high in rural areas. Also, there is a problem of malnutrition in the slum areas of the cities. Due to high poverty in our country, people do not get nutritious food. Even one time meal is not available. Malnutrition is common in such a situation. The question arises as to how to resolve it? If voluntary organizations pay attention to the solution of the problem of malnutrition, then the situation may change.
-Anita Mehta, Jodhpur
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Give baby only breast milk for six months
In order to get rid of the problem of malnutrition, the baby should be fed mother’s milk till 6 months after birth. They should also be vaccinated. It is also necessary to promote domestic catering and reduce outside fast food. Along with this, regular exercise is necessary.
-Ramesh Kumar Kumawat, Jodhpur
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Child marriage is the problem
Child marriage and gender inequality are also the main causes of malnutrition. Due to both these reasons, women do not get adequate nutrition, which causes this problem in children. This problem is often seen in children living in slums. There is no access to clean water and toilet facilities. Therefore, there is also a need to improve their living. The per capita income in India should be increased, so that people’s purchasing power can be increased and nourished. Also, the rich section of the country should focus on helping the people.
-Nateshwar Kamlesh, Chandameta
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Poverty is the main reason
The root cause of the problem of malnutrition should be seen in poverty, because poverty is the father of malnutrition. A poor family is not in a position to eat good food. For the elimination of malnutrition it is necessary that its root ie poverty is eliminated. The government is making continuous efforts to improve the nutritional level of the poor, but is not getting much success. Another reason for the problem of malnutrition is that people are not aware of nutrition. Despite their strength, their level of nutrition is low. In this situation, it is necessary that awareness campaign regarding nutrition should be conducted. The problem of malnutrition can be overcome only by mixed efforts of the government and the public.
– Hanuman Bishnoi, Dhorimanna, Barmer
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Balanced diet is necessary
The person suffers from malnutrition only because the body does not get the required balanced diet for a long time. Malnutrition during and after pregnancy can be fatal for the baby. Malnutrition can be prevented by the consumption of a balanced diet.
-Ravindra Reger, Lunkaransar, Bikaner
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Every hand gets employment
Malnutrition is a serious problem. According to a survey, about forty percent of the population in India is suffering from the problem of malnutrition. To end malnutrition, the government should employ every hand. The food security plan should be implemented effectively.
Kushal Singh Rathore, Jodhpur
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The condition of hospitals should be fine
Malnutrition is a burning problem not only in India but around the world, which has spread much due to starvation and lack of balanced diet. To deal with this, the goals set by the World Health Organization and the United Nations must be implemented with good monitoring globally. In India, attention should be paid to improving the condition of zanana hospitals, anganwadis, schools.
-Vikram Garg, Pindwara
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Awareness is important
Not only India but the whole world is struggling with the problem of malnutrition. In this diagnosis, children and women should be given plenty of nutrients like vitamins, carbohydrates, protein, fat, calcium etc. Apart from this, people will also have to be made aware of the importance of nutrition and the terrible problem of malnutrition.
Saurabh Gondia, Bhind, MP
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Schemes should be implemented correctly
To avoid malnutrition, not only adequate food, but also the convenience of safe delivery, immunization, clean drinking water, public hygiene and sanitation etc. are also needed. A plan to provide nutritional supplement through the Integrated Child Development Scheme is also underway. Under Take Home Ration, children and pregnant and lactating mothers are provided nutritional supplements. Despite this, the problem is not resolved. There should be proper implementation of government schemes.
-Sudarshan Solanki Manavar, Dhar, MP
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Self-reliance is important
To mitigate malnutrition, schemes such as the Mid Day Mill Scheme will have to increase the adequate amount of nutrients. It is necessary to inform rural people about balanced diet. The common man has to be self-sufficient, so that he can fulfill his needs.
– Ekta Sharma, Gariaband, Chhattisgarh

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