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Overnutrition (also known as hyperalimentation) is a form of malnutrition in which the intake of nutrients is oversupplied. The amount of nutrients exceeds the amount required for normal growth, development, and metabolism.

Overnutrition can lead to:

For mineral excess, see:

Overnutrition may also refer to greater food consumption than appropriate,[1] as well as other feeding procedures such as parenteral nutrition.

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