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Prevention of Iron and Zinc Deficiency Evaluation of Compliance in Home-based Fortification Approach among Children aged 6–24 Months

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Infants and young children in developing countries are particularly vulnerable to iron and zinc deficiency because of high requirements, low bio availability and recurrent infections. The success of supplementation programs have been limited by negative interactions between iron and zinc, the requirement for frequent delivery, poor compliance and cost factors. Nutrition education programs and strategies to promote the consumption of animal-based foods are difficult to implement in Indian settings.

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Year 2008
Authors Sunil Sazawal
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/ASZR9659
DOI Number 10.52439/ASZR9659
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