[The changes and prospects of the Japanese population quality from the viewpoint of nutrition and eating habit].

Abstract

Nutrition was a key factor for the demographic revolution of postwar Japan. Before the war boiled rice formed the staple diet of the people, while their intake of animal proteins increased slowly but steadily. After the war the ratio of cereal to the total calorie intake dropped from 70% in 1950 to 50% in 1974, while animal proteins in the diet increased… (More)

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@article{Uchino1980TheCA, title={[The changes and prospects of the Japanese population quality from the viewpoint of nutrition and eating habit].}, author={Shinichiro Uchino}, journal={Jinko mondai kenkyu. [Journal of population problems]}, year={1980}, volume={154}, pages={26-45} }