Child height gain is associated with consumption of animal-source foods in livestock-owning households in Western Kenya.

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OBJECTIVE To clarify the pathways between household livestock and child growth by assessing the relationships between consumption of animal-source foods (ASF) and child growth and evaluating the household livestock correlates of child consumption of ASF. DESIGN We conducted a longitudinal cohort study of anthropometry and 3 d feeding recalls among… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S136898001600210X

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@article{Mosites2017ChildHG, title={Child height gain is associated with consumption of animal-source foods in livestock-owning households in Western Kenya.}, author={Emily M. Mosites and George O Aol and Elkanah Otiang and Godfrey M. Bigogo and Peninah Munyua and Joel M. Montgomery and Marian L Neuhouser and Guy H. Palmer and Samuel Mwangi Thumbi}, journal={Public health nutrition}, year={2017}, volume={20 2}, pages={336-345} }