By Bishal Deep Basnet on Apr 08,2019 - 20:34
Good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle. Combined with physical activity, your diet can help you to reach and maintain a healthy weight, reduce your risk of chronic diseases (like heart disease and cancer), and promote your overall health.
In Nepal, the stunting rate is very high still. 10% of children under five years are low weight and height because of poor nutrition. 66% of children under 5 months of age are exclusively breastfed, which is not good. Only 47% of children aged 6-23 months are receiving diversified diets and 36% of them receive a minimum acceptable diet.
53% of children under five and 69% of children aged 6-23 months are suffering from anaemia. Similarly, 44% of adolescent girls, 46% of pregnant women and 41% of women of reproductive age are suffering from anemia.
Sapna Tomar, a leading member of the British Dietetic Association (BDA), is soon holding an event to provide tips for what's best for you and your children. Sapna will be providing you with nutritional information on your child's nutrition, brain development, growth, and immunity.
Sapna has previous collaborated with DLF, Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Apollo Hospitals, Food Hall, Borosil, Invisible Kitchens, The Dreaming Child Schools, Child Magazine, and more.
The event will be held at Moksh on 29th of April. In addition, Sapna will also be giving lifestyle tips for women who are suffering from PCOS, thyroid, diabetes, etc.
You'll have to pay Rs. 1,200 per person in the event, but the class will definitely be worth it for your nutrition and health.Tags - Health , Lifestyle , Sapna Tomar , Nutrition
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