Nutrition and the World Food Crisis

Nutrition and the World Food Crisis

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Nutritional deprivation; Nutrition and mental development; Assessment of nutrition status; Food production; Food distribution systems: trade and marketing; Poverty and its relationship to malnutrition: strategies for increasing the purchasing power of the poor; Food and population: fertility and nutrition; Infant feeding patterns: the bottle feeding problem; Social and cultural values as they affect nutrition; Education and nutrition: modification of food habits; Synthesis: nutrition interventions, planning, and policy making.Such data should include information on basic staple foods eaten, general dietary patterns, community health status, health and nutrition services, resources and facilities, and the main aspects of lifestyle that affect food consumption and nutritional status. A field ... status provides a relatively simple way (particularly in terms of cost, time, and personnel) of determining the prevalence of nutrition problems.

Title:Nutrition and the World Food Crisis
Author:Mary Alice Caliendo
Publisher: - 1979


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