One in four South African children have stunted growth due to undernutrition, say experts

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Eating a well-balanced diet that contains the optimal amount of energy is vital for a child’s body.
Eating a well-balanced diet that contains the optimal amount of energy is vital for a child’s body.
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Childhood moments bring so much joy to parents, caregivers, and families.

This is the time when young ones discover the world around them and make sense of it all.

But a child who is not getting enough nutrition cannot thrive, play or learn easily. 

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