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Nutrition issues in developing countries. Part 1: Diarrheal diseases. Part 2: Diet and activity during pregnancy and lactation



Nutrition issues in developing countries. Part 1: Diarrheal diseases. Part 2: Diet and activity during pregnancy and lactation



Nutrition issues in developing countries Part 1: Diarrheal diseases Part 2: Diet and activity during pregnancy and lactation: xii + 189 pp.



In part 1 an overview of factors for guiding development of nutrition-related strategies for prevention or amelioration of enteric diseases is given. The focus is on the relation between the host's nutritional state, food, food preparation and eating practices and enteric disease. In part 2 an overview of the impact of women's diet and physical activities on pregnancy outcome, lactation and health is provided.

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