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Food and Nutrition Counseling in Bangladesh: A NC4HD Approach in Health Statistics
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Volume 5, 2017
Issue 1 (February)
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Authors
[1]
Md. Kamruzzaman, School of Victimology and Restorative Justice, Institute of Social Welfare and Research, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
[2]
Md. Abdul Hakim, Department of Food Technology and Nutritional Science, Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University, Santosh, Tangail, Bangladesh.
Abstract
Health and nutritional horrors are in great triumph on the helm of galore public health frightin Bangladesh. This situation is problematic to the Bangladeshi people and therefore the author attempts to evaluate the contribution of food and nutrition counseling for health development project in context of Bangladesh. The nutrition counseling for health development (NC4HD) is a general term to for the development of health status of samples in a population and there are many cases where the potential benefits of food and nutrition counseling (FNC) linked with the individual, community and national health plight also. So the authors argue the think tank to adopt the NC4HD in different cases for meeting healthy status of people in Bangladesh.
Keywords
Food and Nutrition Counseling, Malnutrition, NC4HD, Health Statistics, Bangladesh
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