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Political effects: It is a definition based on energy requirements, crucial for the control and prevention of malnutrition due to inadequate food intake, which remains a major problem for many developing countries. Also essential are efforts to curb excessive energy consumption of food, which is an important trigger of chronic diseases related to nutrition. Currently one of the causes with the highest rate of mortality among adults. Almost always inadequate intake of energy is accompanied by inadequate intake of nutrients, which results in an energy deficit in children and adults. This theme has influenced policies on health, food and agriculture around the world. More recently, the consequences of increases in obesity and chronic diseases related to nutrition have also been recognized as major risk factors for the sectors of health, food and agricultura2.These problems increase globally as a result of poor eating habits and lifestyles that have been taken inadequate and is reflected in cultural changes of diet and physical activity. These are patterns that occur in all sectors of society, rich and poor alike. Malnutrition early in life, followed by a poor diet and low physical activity in childhood and adult life increases vulnerability to chronic noncommunicable diseases. Low-income groups in urban areas are particularly vulnerable to the risk of obesity due to a positive energy balance, ie more energy is consumed which gasta.4 The current increase in the incidence of overweight and obesity among children and adults in most countries leads to the rapid increase in the projections of disability and premature death associated with malnutrition and chronic non tranmisibles. Prevention is feasible approach to control the double burden of low-and over.The biggest problem is the cost of treatment and subsequent disability management, these diseases impose a huge economic blow to the item especially the poorest people. The lack of physical activity is a major cause of nutritional problems, there is an urgent need for governments, in collaboration with all stakeholders, to integrate strategies that promote appropriate lifestyle consisting of a healthy diet and regular physical activity all relevant policies and programs designed to combat malnutrition. Both malnutrition and obesity are preventable, as demonstrated by countries with programs that have been xito3. It is the obligation of governments to promote health, nutrition education, food and agricultural policies, which will result in a culture of effective food and the invitation to the union of nutrition programs.The action is in the process of overcoming the economic constraints that slow improvement, food access, promoting quality diets and lifestyle practices that promote a life physically Activa3

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