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Relationship among dietary quality, children's appetites, growth stunting, and efficiency of growth in poor populations

, : Relationship among dietary quality, children's appetites, growth stunting, and efficiency of growth in poor populations. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 13(2): 105-109

A review, particularly with reference to conditions in Jamaica. In Jamaica, as in other less affluent developing countries, the diets of low-income children are low in energy and protein relative to recommended intakes. Dietary intake is further reduced by anorexia, which accompanies infections as well as deficiencies of specific essential nutrients in the diet, such as essential amino acids, potassium, phosphorus or zinc.

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