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From: Various forms of double burden of malnutrition problems exist in rural Kenya

Fig. 2

Prevalence of individual-level double burden (DB) in adults and children. Sample size of female adults (n = 558). Sample size of male adults (n = 316). Sample size of female children (n = 89). Sample size of male children (n = 95). DB 1, adult is overweight/obese (BMI ≥25.0 kg/m2) and micronutrient-deficient; DB 2, child is overweight (BAZ > + 2 SD) and micronutrient-deficient; DB 2.1, child is overweight (WHZ > + 2 SD) and micronutrient-deficient. DB 3, child is overweight (BAZ > + 2 SD) and stunted; DB 3.1, child is overweight (WHZ > + 2 SD) and stunted. Error bars shown are standard errors

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