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People Service Centre interviewed 246 children aged six to 11, found all of them did not meet standards for sufficient intake of at least one of five food categories Nutritional deficiencies and imbalances could lead to health problems in children, increase risks of chronic illnesses, dietitian Yuen Hoi-kei says

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  • People Service Centre interviewed 246 children aged six to 11, found all of them did not meet standards for sufficient intake of at least one of five food categories
  • Nutritional deficiencies and imbalances could lead to health problems in children, increase risks of chronic illnesses, dietitian Yuen Hoi-kei says

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