Journal of Food and Nutritional Disorders ISSN: 2324-9323

About Nutritional Disorders

Nutritional Disorder is the disorder caused by an insufficient intake of food or of certain nutrients, by an inability of the body to absorb and use nutrients, or by overconsumption of certain foods. In other words Nutritional Disorder is nutritional imbalance which is due to either over nutrition or under nutrition. It may cause by the presence of a toxin in the diet. Deficiency of specific nutrients is commonly associated with a disorder of the digestive system, such as coeliac disease, Crohn’s disease, or pernicious anaemia (see anaemia, megaloblastic).Naturally occurring toxins can interfere with the digestion, absorption, and/or utilization of nutrients, or can cause specific disorders due to their toxic effects. Protein malnutrition in children causes impaired myelin development. Examples of nutrition disorder include obesity caused by excess energy intake, anemia caused by insufficient intake of iron, and impaired sight because of inadequate intake of vitamin A. Nutritional nervous system disorder include vitamin deficiency especially vitamin B group. Nutrition disorders can affect particularly to children, because they interfere with growth and development, and may cause serious health problems, such as infection and chronic disease

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