Importance of ICT tools for learning nutritional security for rural women: A review
Shashi Gour, Dipti Dubey, SP Tripathi, Uttam Kumar Tripathi, Devesh Upadhyay, Hemraj Dwivedi and Harshita Tripathi
A healthy and balanced diet is the foundation of driving a healthy way of life for both men and women. However, as adolescence starts, carrying with it changes to the body and hormones. Women have distinctive healthful necessities from men. Adequate nutrition is an important foundation of any person's well-being. It is especially basic for women on the grounds that nutritional deficiency adversely affects the health of women as well as on the strength of their children’s. Children of malnourished women are bound to confront intellectual impedances, short height, lower resistance to infections, and a higher danger of illness and death for the duration of their lives. Malnutrition(nourishing inadequacy) characterized as weakness brought about by insufficiencies of calories, protein, nutrients, and minerals cooperating with diseases and other chronic frailty and social conditions, saps the strength and prosperity of millions of women’s and adolescent girls around the world. For good health women need to give special consideration to calcium, iron and foliate (folic corrosive) intake. The quality of care and feeding offered to childrenis critically dependent on women’s education, social status, and workload. ICTs can play an important role to educate the rural women to nutritional security. ICTs have become a strongly in strengthening individuals’ healthy lifestyle, taking into account nutrition intake and physical activity levels.
How to cite this article:
Shashi Gour, Dipti Dubey, SP Tripathi, Uttam Kumar Tripathi, Devesh Upadhyay, Hemraj Dwivedi and Harshita Tripathi. Importance of ICT tools for learning nutritional security for rural women: A review. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(10S): 1203-1209.