Effect of a randomised exclusive breastfeeding counselling intervention nested into the MINIMat prenatal nutrition trial in Bangladesh

@article{Khan2017EffectOA,
  title={Effect of a randomised exclusive breastfeeding counselling intervention nested into the MINIMat prenatal nutrition trial in Bangladesh},
  author={Ashraful Islam Khan and Iqbal Kabir and Hanna Eneroth and Shams El Arifeen and Eva-Charlotte Ekstr{\"o}m and Edward A. Frongillo and Lars {\AA}ke Persson},
  journal={Acta Paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992)},
  year={2017},
  volume={106},
  pages={49 - 54}
}
It is unknown whether maternal malnutrition reduces the effect of counselling on exclusive breastfeeding. This study evaluated the effect of breastfeeding counselling on the duration of exclusive breastfeeding, and whether the timing of prenatal food and different micronutrient supplements further prolonged this duration. 
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