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Complementary Feeding of Young Children in Developing Countries: A Review of current scientific knowledge (1998)

Author: WHO / UNICEF
Resource type: Article

WHO/UNICEF, 1998, Brown KH, Dewey KG, Allen LH.

This document provides background information necessary for the development of scientifically sound feeding recommendations and appropriate intervention programmes to optimize children’s dietary intake and enhance their nutritional status.

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