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Quantitative dimensions of the nutrition problem

, : Quantitative dimensions of the nutrition problem. Global aspects of food production: 25-45

Food availability in relation to requirements for health is considered in global terms and a comparison is made between developed and developing countries. Particular reference is made to the role of animal protein and the use of cereals as animal feed in developed countries. Difficulties associated with defining undernutrition and hence assessing the size of the problem, are reviewed focusing on energy and protein deficiencies.

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