UNICEF Warned, Kids between 6-Months and 2 Years of Age are Fed to Fail

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According to UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund), which has been calling for the greater accountability and bolder actions for the diets of the kids, the children are not feeding enough of the right foods at the right time.

The health and nutrition of the children has been a popular area of research, and as a significant amount of the attention for the purpose of giving to the children in the forthcoming years, and the UNICEF has also been arguing very small has been concentrated on the early period of the kids starting from six months to two years of the age.

Marianne Clark-Hattingh, deputy director of UNICEF European Union said that, it has been this time, that without having the right and proper children and ingredients can possibly have an irreversible impact on the development of the kids.

According to the reports, this age difference has been the point of focus as the UNICEF Has been seeking to identify the main barriers that are representing the people, who are giving care from feeding the young children with safe, age-appropriate and nutritious diets and also how the transformation of the food system can provide help in improving the barriers for providing support to the families and people providing care.

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The essential nutrients that are consumed during the age bracket of six-months to two years has been crucial to the overall health of the people throughout the overall life-time of the kids.

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