A brief analysis of food practices and food taboos on women health in Andhra Pradesh, India

@article{Konduru2019ABA,
  title={A brief analysis of food practices and food taboos on women health in Andhra Pradesh, India},
  author={Delliswararao Konduru and Rajesh Gururaj Kundargi},
  journal={International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health},
  year={2019},
  volume={6},
  pages={5088}
}
Background: The cultural beliefs, food taboos play a key role on women and child health in India. Those food practices and taboos directly impact on women and children health. Moreover, these are one of the causes for malnutrition in women and child; sometimes it also leads to death.Methods: The methodology of this study is qualitative study. The primary data collected in Srikakulam and Visakhapatnam districts of Andhra Pradesh, through in-depth-interviews with the help of semi structured… 

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