First Year

How to find out if your baby is fat and unhealthy: What to look for

In India, it is difficult to determine the fatness of a child.

The child can weigh up to three kilograms and may be fat, thin or otherwise obese.

The body fat percentage, which is a measure of the body fat, is based on the height of the child and the weight of the parent.

In most states, this means a child weighing less than one kilogram should be considered normal.

But the body size of the mother, the child’s age, and the mother’s age can affect the risk of obesity.

In the case of an overweight mother, there is a higher chance that her child will be fat.

In addition, the age at which the child reaches puberty can affect its body fat.

The BMI (Body Mass Index) is an important indicator of the risk for obesity in children.

BMI is based solely on height, and it is measured from a child’s hip bones to the top of the feet.

However, a child is considered overweight if it is over one kilometre and under one kilo if it has a BMI of between 18.5 and 24.9.

This is a range that is generally used to classify children into overweight, obese and underweight.

In India, overweight and obese are defined as children who are overweight and under two kilos.

The BMI for underweight children is about 18.7 and the BMI for overweight children is 20.5.

According to the Indian National Centre for Health Statistics, the country’s rate of obesity is about 10 per cent.

The obesity rate is a more accurate measure of health in India than the BMI, which can be used to measure the general health of a population.

According to a 2015 report by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), there were over 1.4 billion children under five in India and over 5.2 million of them were overweight or obese.

A child who is overweight is a risk of premature mortality.

According the Indian Institute of Public Health (IIDH), the number of overweight children increased from 7.7 lakh in 2013 to 10.4 lakh in 2019.

The prevalence of overweight increased from 18.4 per cent in 2013-14 to 26.5 per cent last year.

The Indian government launched a programme in 2020 to help prevent overweight and obesity in young children and adults.

The government launched the Child Nutrition Programme (CNP) in 2017.

The programme is aimed at reducing the child weight in children and increasing physical activity in adults.

The government has also launched the IBN-RASH programme, which aims to provide nutritional support to children in distress.

IBN stands for IBN Nutritionary Basic Services for Adolescents.

This will aim to provide basic nutrition, nutritional support and health services for adolescents.

The Child Nutrition programme aims to improve the health of children by increasing physical exercise and providing them with nutritious foods and beverages.

The child welfare minister has directed the states to create an awareness programme and ensure adequate food distribution.