Tying the Knot: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Human Right to Adequate Nutrition

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Malnutrition is alarmingly prevalent, affecting one in three people worldwide. In this Article, we argue that a key reason the global community has been unsuccessful in combatting malnutrition is a lack of clarity outside the field of nutrition regarding the true mean- ing of “nutrition.” In particular, this has limited the effectiveness of international human rights law as a mechanism for addressing malnutrition.