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The title of this guest editorial more or less conveys the topic of several panel discussions at the recent International Congress of Nutrition in Bangkok. In actual fact, some populations already give “nutrition” more attention (and respect) than perhaps it deserves! The average American is almost pathologically obsessed by news reports of the latest (and often contradictory) “dietary health experts, discoveries and recommendations.” But many leaders within the nutrition community are rightly concerned that global nutrition policy and programs, particularly those aimed at poor, nutritionally deficient populations, receive little attention and support from political leaders and major funding agencies, particularly when compared with the recent explosion of interest and investments in “global health.” This discrepancy should not be surprising, and overcoming it will prove challenging.

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Year 2009
Authors Alfred Sommer
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/VZSJ7648
DOI Number 10.52439/VZSJ7648
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