Intensive nutrition education with or without supplementary feeding improves the nutritional status of moderately-malnourished children in Bangladesh.

@article{Roy2005IntensiveNE,
  title={Intensive nutrition education with or without supplementary feeding improves the nutritional status of moderately-malnourished children in Bangladesh.},
  author={S. K. Roy and George Joseph Fuchs and Zeba Mahmud and Gulshan Ara and Sumaya Islam and Sohana Shafique and Syeda Sharmin Akter and Barnali Chakraborty},
  journal={Journal of health, population, and nutrition},
  year={2005},
  volume={23 4},
  pages={320-30}
}
This prospective randomized trial was carried out to test the efficacy of a specific intervention for reducing the extent of their malnutrition and to change behaviour of mothers relating to child-feeding practices, care-giving, and health-seeking practices under the Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Project (BINP). The study was conducted in rural Bangladesh among 282 moderately-malnourished (weight-for-age between 61% and 75% of median of the National Center for Health Statistics standard… CONTINUE READING