Most people likely would assume that the focus of nutrition education has changed radically in the last century, shifting from an emphasis on liberating people from the deadly grip of malnutrition in the early 20th century to helping the overweight among us break a pervasive and potentially deadly addiction to cheap, abundant food in the 21st century.
Actually, this isn’t the case, according to one Alabama Extension nutrition and health specialist, who says that the hallmarks of malnutrition are as visible today among the morbidly obese as they were among chronically emaciated a century ago.
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