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The extra energy is stored by the body as fat, and overweight and obesity are the result. Nutritionists call overnutrition an energy imbalance and consider it a true form of malnutrition. Overnutrition is not just about weighing too much; it is a real health danger that can cause serious disease and loss of life. In the United States alone, about 111,000 people die every year because of obesity-related illnesses. oVerNutritioN disaster The problem of overnutrition is epidemic in many parts of the world today, and has proved difficult to treat or prevent.
Where it is not possible for families to provide enough food for their malnourished children, the WHO recommends supplementary feeding of specially formulated foods, distributed for free. Such foods were developed in the late 1990s and are called Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF). The most common RUTF is named Plumpy’nut. It is a high-calorie, energy-dense supplement for the treatment of malnutrition and the prevention of fatal or disabling PEM. Plumpy’nut consists of peanut butter, milk powder, sugar, oil, a protein mix, and added vitamins and minerals.
Then, it begins to break down muscle and organ tissue. 1 The countries shaded on this map have high mortality rates due to malnutrition for children under five. indd 42 5/17/10 2:34:00 PM undernutrition 43 death by starvation are the result. Without the protein intake needed to build body cells, the same organ malfunction and death can occur. Although anyone of any age can suffer from acute protein energy malnutrition, it is particularly devastating for children who do not have access to enough food.
Nutrition and Disease Prevention (Healthy Eating, a Guide to Nutrition) by Toney Allman