A condition in which people do not get enough food to provide the nutrients for fully productive, active and healthy lives. People often go without food because they can’t afford to buy it or can’t provide enough for everyone in the household.
A condition that results from not getting enough nutrients or having too much of one or more nutrients that can impair mental and physical health, and cause or result from infectious disease.
A condition resulting from not getting enough calories, protein or nutrients to meet the basic physical requirements for an active and healthy life.
When the physical function of an individual is impaired to the point where he/she can't maintain natural bodily capabilities such as growth, physical work, learning abilities, pregnancy, resisting and recovering from disease.
5. Food Insecurity
The limited or uncertain availability of safe, nutritious food in a socially acceptable way. People living in households that are food insecure do not always know how to provide for their next meal and are often forced to cut back on meals.
6. Food Security
Assured access to enough nutritious food to sustain an active and healthy life.
7. Child Nutrition Programs
Five federal programs developed to ensure that children have access to enough nutritious food to grow and learn. The programs include the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), the Child and Adult Care Food Program, the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, and the Summer Food Service Program.
8. Elderly Nutrition Programs
Federal programs that provide health services and nutritious food to low-income senior citizens.
9. Emergency Food
Services provided to people who have no other source of food. Many services use donated food and surplus commodities purchased and distributed by the federal government.
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