Foodborne and Nutritional Disorders

Nutritious food is the basic necessity of life for human beings. If we fail to obtain sufficient micronutrients (vitamins, minerals) our health will deteriorate. While we already know that malnutrition and hunger are the main problems in the developing world, proper nutritious food can solve the problem of under-nutrition.

Food can also become a source of foodborne illness which can result from eating contaminated food, spoiled food or food with toxic substances.

Climate change also plays a major role in the nutritional quality, security and quality of food.

Main causes include:

  • Increase in the usage of agricultural chemicals due to increase in pests
  • Maintenance of food supply during extreme weather conditions
  • Climate change due to increase in floods and drought

 

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