listen to the pronunciation of malnutrition
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} yetersiz beslenme

Yarım milyon çocuk Nijer'de hâlâ yetersiz beslenme ile karşı karşıyadır. - Half a million children still face malnutrition in Niger.

Herhangi birimiz bunu bilmeden yetersiz beslenmeye maruz kalabilir! - Any one of us could suffer from malnutrition without knowing it!

{i} gıdasızlık
kötü beslenme

Kötü beslenme bir kişinin diyetinde çok az ya da çok besin içerdiği zaman oluşur. - Malnutrition occurs when a person's diet contains too few or too many nutrients.

(Tıp) Gıdasızlık, heterotropi
{i} beslenme bozukluğu
(Denizbilim) yanlış beslenme
(Tıp) zafiyet
(Tıp) malnütrisyon
kötü veya yetersiz beslenme
gıdasızlık/kötü beslenme
(Gıda) beslenme yetersizliği
dengesiz beslenme
Englisch - Englisch
Significantly inappropriate diet This is not limited to underfeeding, but also includes overfeeding and excessive or insufficient amounts of individual nutrients in the diet
Impairment of physical and/or mental health resulting from a failure to fulfill nutrient requirements Malnutrition may result from consuming too little food, a shortage of key nutrients, or impaired absorption or metabolism due to disease
ill health caused by an insufficient or poorly balanced diet or faulty digestion or use of foods
If someone is suffering from malnutrition, they are physically weak and extremely thin because they have not eaten enough food. Infections are more likely in those suffering from malnutrition. when someone becomes ill or weak because they have not eaten enough good food. Condition resulting from inadequate diet or from inability to absorb or metabolize nutrients. Food intake may be insufficient to supply calories or protein (see kwashiorkor) or deficient in one or more essential vitamins or minerals. The latter case can lead to specific nutritional deficiency diseases (including beriberi, pellagra, rickets, and scurvy). Metabolic defects, especially of the digestive system, liver, kidneys, or red blood cells, prevent proper digestion, absorption, and metabolism of nutrients. See also nutrition
Faulty or imperfect nutrition
A human condition that results from an excess, imbalance, or deficit of nutrients It is generally defined as some measurable degree of ill health due to inadequate nutrition that can be prevented or cured by improved nutrition Malnutrition can include starvation and result in protein deficiency, iodine-deficient goiters, tooth decay, osteoporosis, and other conditions It may also include obesity, some types of arteriosclerosis, hypertension due to excess sodium, anemias due to lack or iron, folic acid, or vitamin B-12, as well as classic nutritional deficiencies that cause scurvy, beriberi, pellagra, xerophthalmia, and rickets
A condition caused by not eating enough food or not eating a balanced diet
Insufficient nutrition
Disruption of normal body function because of a deficiency or excess of one or more nutrients
Generally refers to an insufficient intake of energy, protein, or other nutrients to sustain normal growth and healthy activity Sometimes also refers to a lack of one specific nutrient such as iron
lack of the minimum amount of fluids, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients essential for sound health and growth Faulty nutrition may result from poor diet, lack of appetite or abnormal absorption of nutrients from the gastrointestinal tract
State of nutritional insufficiency due to either inadequate dietary intake or defective assimilation or utilization of food ingested Clinically significant malnutrition is diagnosed if (1) serum albumin is less than 3 5 mg/dL, (2) the total lymphocyte count is less than 1,800/mm3, or (3) body weight has decreased more than 15 percent
A health problem caused by the lack (or too much) of needed nutrients
- A condition caused by lack (or too much) of essential nutrients
Not having enough nourishing food with the adequate amounts of protein, vitamins, minerals, calories, etc to support growth and development
a state of poor nutrition; can result from insufficient or excessive or unbalanced diet or from inability to absorb foods
Poor nutrition that arise from a diet that does not contain with enough protein, essential fats, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients required for good health Also see overnutrition and undernutrition
{i} undernourishment, inadequate nutrition, malnourishment
a condition which happens when a person does not eat enough food, or enough of the right sorts of food Malnourished people are more vulnerable to infection and disease
a lack of adequate nourishment
a disease caused by an insufficient or poorly balanced diet that leaves children vulnerable to many diseases
condition in which the body does not get all the nutrients it needs to be healthy
Loss of body weight, usually due to not eating enough (especially foods providing protein and energy) Malnutrition is the major nutritional problem of dialysis patients
Undernourishment due to insufficient food /unbalanced diet
A state of bad or poor nutrition that may be due to inadequate food intake, imbalance of nutrients, malabsorption of nutrients, improper distribution of nutrients increased nutrient requirements, increased nutrient loses or over-nutrition
the state of insufficient or poor-nutritious food that may reduce the body's ability to resist illnesses
condition resulting from a defective diet where certain important food nutrients (such as protein, vitamins, or carbohydrates) are absent malocca a large palm thatched communal meeting house
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) Dengesiz veya yetersiz beslenme durumu