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Effects of low maternal dietary intake of calcium, selenium and vitamin B-6 upon breast milk composition in Nepal



Effects of low maternal dietary intake of calcium, selenium and vitamin B-6 upon breast milk composition in Nepal



Human lactation 2 Maternal and environmental factors: 205-213



During Oct. and Nov. 1983, 26 lactating women (2-6 months post partum) and their infants in 6 villages in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal were subjects of a nutritional study. A 24-h duplicate food composite, maternal urine, blood and milk samples, and blood samples from the infants, were collected and analysed for various nutrients.

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