Randomised comparison of the effects of Sprinkles and Foodlets with the currently recommended supplement (Drops) on micronutrient status and growth in Iranian children

@article{Samadpour2011RandomisedCO,
  title={Randomised comparison of the effects of Sprinkles and Foodlets with the currently recommended supplement (Drops) on micronutrient status and growth in Iranian children},
  author={Koroush Samadpour and Kurt Zane Long and Reza Hayatbakhsh and Geoffrey Christopher Marks},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={65},
  pages={1287-1294}
}
Background/Objectives:Multiple micronutrient supplementation with Sprinkles powder and crushable Foodlets tablets may be effective means of controlling micronutrient deficiencies in infants. Their efficacy has not been tested in countries like Iran where wheat as the staple food may affect nutrient bioavailability. This study aimed to compare the efficacy of Sprinkles, Foodlets and the current supplement (Drops) for improving micronutrient status and growth among Iranian infants.Subjects… CONTINUE READING

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