Some people in the home may have special problems.
They therefore may need special when it comes to the diet or meals.
Such groups, for example,
Pregnant mothers are a special group since they carry offsprings in their wombs.
Pregnant mothers need to eat food that caters for two: the child in the womb and herself.
A lactating mother is a breast feeding mother.
She needs a special diet to cater for her needs and to her help produce sufficient breast milk to feed and satisfy the new born baby who fully relies on breast milk.
They need a diet with :
An infant is a child between birth and two years.
Such a child is not able to feed on the normal family meal because the digestive system is not developed enough to cope.
The infant may also have no teeth.
HIV/AIDS is a terminal disease that has no cure.
A person with HIV/AIDS needs to feed well in order for the body to have sufficient nutrients to be able to maintain its health.