Nutritionists say 49% of women in Pakistan suffer from anemia, while 40% of children under the age of 5 are facing severe malnutrition.
The government organized a workshop on malnutrition in Pakistan. The purpose of the workshop was to highlight public awareness of malnutrition and the seriousness of malnutrition. According to nutritionists, 49% of women in Pakistan suffer from anemia. Percentage of people do not have periodic food.
40% of children under the age of 5 suffer from severe malnutrition, 63% of people have vitamin D and 52% have malnutrition, malnutrition and diseases are also influenced our economic situation. Despite the measures on nutrition, the situation did not change.
Experts say that media can play an important role; government, public and institutions need to work together on this issue; media should address this serious issue of malnutrition on a priority basis.
It should be noted that anemia is called red blood cell deficiency in the body which supply oxygen.
The disease is caused by a lack of hemoglobin, which transmits oxygen to different parts of the body. Hemoglobin is the component that causes blood to red.
To protect the body from anemia, hemoglobin levels must be maintained to a reasonable extent, as it can lead to severe fatigue and weakness as well as anemia.
The use of iron-rich diets is very important to prevent hemoglobin deficiency, which is an important factor in the production of hemoglobin for red blood cells.