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This descriptive research aim to examine the nutritional status of preschool children and Parent’s knowlege, attitude and practice in consuming food in preschool children were 350 caregivers. The data-collecting instruments. Data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics namely frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation. It was found that underweight, overweight, Stunting and tall in children were 7.1%, 4.3%, 13.1% and 3.1% respectively, and obesity more than thin in children. Parents had an overall score for knowledge nutrition status at a high moderate level, the score for attitude was at a high level, and the score for was at a moderate level. For nurses, teachers or parents to take care of the child development center in the promotion of nutritional status in children.
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