Too Thina Problem

Maybe. Being too thin can be a health risk, especially if underweight results from undereating. An eating pattern with too few calories may not supply enough nutrients to keep the body running normally. Children who undereat may not get enough nutrients or energy for growth and development either. A lack of food energy may cause fatigue, irritability, and lack of concentration. And those with a poor diet may have trouble warding off infections.

For normal-weight people, a layer of body fat just under the skin helps protect the body from cold. But very thin people have only a very thin fat layer, so they lack insulation to keep them warm. That becomes an increasing problem for the thin, frail elderly, especially if they don't have adequate heating in their homes. If you lose weight suddenly and don't know the

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