The Nutrition Factor: Its Role in National Development
The manlnutrition problem; Malnutrition and development; Improved nutrition and the population dilemma; Economic growth, income, and nutrition; Nutritional effects of agricultural advances; Educating for better nutrition; The crisis in infant feeding practices; The new foods; Problems and promise of private industry; Feeding children through public programs; Lessons from the Indian experiment; Policy directions and program needs.
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The Malnutrition Problem
Malnutrition and Development
Improved Nutrition and the Population Dilemma
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