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Variations in maternal dietary intake, birthweight and breast-milk output in the Gambia



Variations in maternal dietary intake, birthweight and breast-milk output in the Gambia



Maternal nutrition during pregnancy and lactation: 167-183



Dietary measurements in Keneba, The Gambia, revealed that during the most favourable months of the yr the av. energy intakes of 130 pregnant and lactating women were 1600-1750 kcal/day. Gestational and lactational performance of the women was satisfactory during this period. Pregnant women gained 1.5 kg body wt./month and deposited substantial fat stores in early pregnancy. Lactating women also deposited subcutaneous fat and gained wt.

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