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Food distribution order, food beliefs and feeding practices in sericulture households



Food distribution order, food beliefs and feeding practices in sericulture households



Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 32(8): 187-193



306 women engaged in sericulture from Bangalore district, India were interviewed and data collected on food distribution in the family, foods avoided under special conditions, food beliefs and infant feeding practices (breast feeding, weaning, supplementary feeding). Food was distributed by the women and preferences was given to husbands/men and elders. Protective and nutritious foods were avoided during pregnancy, lactation and infancy.

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