In this research, during the time period from 1990 to 2020, children between the age of five to 19 years have been studied and the children of the village and the city have prepared a blueprint of different physical development, which was later classified on the basis of BMI. Checked. This research has been published in the Scientific Magazine Nature of Imperial College London. In the conclusion of the research, it has been said that even though the development in rural areas has decreased in the last two decades, there has been a decrease in malnutrition.
More nutrition in the village than the children living in the city
In the last 20 years, the average height of children in rural areas has increased by about four centimeters more than that of urban children. Not only this, if the BMI level of the children of the nineties is compared, then the BMI of children living in rural areas was less than that of urban children. But in later years it was reversed and now this difference has remained very minor. Let us tell you that where we are talking about those urban areas which, despite being in urban areas, are of the level of slums. There is a lot of open defecation, filth, unemployment and pollution here, in comparison to this the children of the village are said to be healthier, because there is no nutritional deficiency and pollution is also less as compared to these slums.
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