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Old 02-16-2010, 12:28 AM
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Default Overnutrition problems

These days there are 2 types of nutrition problems. The first one is under-nutrition, which is prevalent in poor countries and over-nutrition which is prevalent in rich countries like Australia. Both have their great disadvantages and not suitable for good health.
So avoid over-nutrition.
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Availability of fast food at every corner around the world is one of the reason of overnutrition and obesity among children and adults.
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At present Australia is one of the leading nations with obese and overweight people, due to overnutrition and easy availability of fast food.
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