Prospective study of protein-energy supplementation early in life and of growth in the subsequent generation in Guatemala.

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BACKGROUND The secular increase in height is assumed to result from long-term improvements in nutritional intakes and reductions in infectious disease burdens. Nutritional supplementation in early life reduces stunting in chronically undernourished populations. It is unknown whether these improvements can be transmitted to subsequent generations… (More)

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