NUTRITION AND GROWTH Student’s Name Professor’s Name Institution Course Date Nutrition and Growth in Children Nutrition is the basic influencing factor in the growth of a child. Nutrition influences the growth of a child either positively or negatively depending on whether it's taken in the right quantities or not. For a case in point during the early stages of a child the embryo fetus and the postnatal life of a child all depend on the type of nutrition taken as they specify the destiny taken by the migration of brain regions. These are the few genetic determinants that also modulate the transmission and obesity. Thus there is the need for clinicians to address the possible implications posed by a lack of important nutrients in the body to reduce the risk of deprived development of a body in a child. In a similar way medical care plan ought to provide awareness on the need for changes in lifestyle healthy food choices and develop an approach to deal with proper nutrition in the early stages of development. References Nutritional Supplementation And Growth Of Children At Risk Of Malnutrition. (2009). Nutrition Reviews 41(4) 111-113. dx.doi.org M. (2012). The malnutrition of obesity: micronutrient deficiencies that promote diabetes. ISRN endocrinology 2012. [...]
This is for the literature review. Analyzes the relationship between nutrition and growth in children BIOLOGICALLY. It also needs to talk about how malnutrition will affect the growth and how malnutrition will cause the obesity. It should be page and half with APA format.