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D. 5%) 26 Nevin S. Scrimshaw 20 to 40% of the time between the ages of 6 and 36 months and a serious but lesser burden of infection before and after this critical period . Each episode of infection, no matter how mild or subclinical, adversely influences nutritional status . Food intake decreases because of anorexia; the quality of the diet is decreased by the tendency to remove solid food and substitute watery gruels; the stress response results in the increased loss of essential nutrients in the urine; the immune response diverts nutrients from normal synthetic pathways, and if the gastrointestinal tract is affected, absorption of nutrients is decreased.
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