M K Snowman

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Nutritional services were integrated in a comprehensive child development program for sixty-eight disadvantaged urban families in an attempt to promote maximum cognitive and psychosocial functioning in their children. Child development trainers made weekly home visits beginning in pregnancy, which combined data gathering, direct nutritional counseling, and(More)
  • M K Snowman
  • Journal of the American Dietetic Association
  • 1979
Twenty-four-hr. food recall records taken by home visitors in an intervention program for disadvantaged families yielded data similar to three-day records and 24-hr. recalls taken by nutritionists. The young, urban, low-income expectant mothers studied had intakes below the recommended allowances for all nutrients studied except ascorbic acid. Energy,(More)
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