Conclusion

The common nutritional problems in children on varied Western diets are mostly fairly minor feeding-related difficulties in the very young, failure to thrive, or the concerning modern problem of obesity (see 00210). However, childhood nutrition can influence health in later life. Good nutritional practice should be a continuum running from infancy through to old age. Childhood is an important stage in setting such practice.

See also: Anemia: Iron-Deficiency Anemia. Behavior. Calcium. Children: Nutritional Requirements. Dietary Fiber: Role in Nutritional Management of Disease.

Food Allergies: Etiology; Diagnosis and Management.

Growth and Development, Physiological Aspects.

Iron. Malnutrition: Secondary, Diagnosis and

Management. Obesity: Childhood Obesity. Vegetarian

Diets. Vitamin D: Rickets and Osteomalacia.

Zinc: Physiology.

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