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Improvement of poor wheat and kaffir corn (Sorghum vulgare) diets by supplementation with a low cost protein food (Bal-Ahar) based on a blend of wheat, peanut and soybean flours



Improvement of poor wheat and kaffir corn (Sorghum vulgare) diets by supplementation with a low cost protein food (Bal-Ahar) based on a blend of wheat, peanut and soybean flours



Nutrition Reports International 6(3): 157-164



The effect of supplementing poor wheat or Kaffir corn (Sorghum vulgare) diets with a low-cost protein food (LCPF) or dried skimmed milk was studied in experiments lasting 4 weeks with groups of 8 weanling female rats. The LCPF consisted of a 70:15:15 mixture of wheat, soya bean and groundnut flours supplemented with minerals and vitamin. LCPF and skimmed milk were added to both basal diets in amounts to raise the protein content of the diet by 1.5 and 3.0%.

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