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Nutritional problems in toddlers. 1. Nutrient intakes and nutritional state of Turkish and Pakistani toddlers


Ugeskrift for Laeger 146(8): 563-566
Nutritional problems in toddlers. 1. Nutrient intakes and nutritional state of Turkish and Pakistani toddlers
1. A diet study was made on 37 Turkish and Pakistani infants 8 to 44 months old selected at random in the County of Copenhagen. The heights and weights of immigrant children did not differ from those of Danish children in the same age group. None of the children was seriously malnourished and skeletal maturation was not retarded. The total energy consumption per kg body weight corresponded to the recommended values.

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