Zinc, iron and calcium are major limiting nutrients in the complementary diets of rural Kenyan children

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Poor quality infant and young child (IYC) diets contribute to chronic under-nutrition. To design effective IYC nutrition interventions, an understanding of the extent to which realistic food-based strategies can improve dietary adequacy is required. We collected 24-h dietary recalls from children 6-23 months of age (n = 401) in two rural agro-ecological… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/mcn.12243

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@inproceedings{Ferguson2015ZincIA, title={Zinc, iron and calcium are major limiting nutrients in the complementary diets of rural Kenyan children}, author={Elaine F. Ferguson and Peter M. Chege and Judith Kimiywe and Doris M. Wiesmann and Christine Hotz}, booktitle={Maternal & child nutrition}, year={2015} }