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Advances in nutrients and food Research acknowledges the vital courting among the meals and dietary sciences and brings jointly notable and accomplished studies that spotlight this courting. Contributions aspect medical advancements within the large components of nutrients technology and food and are meant to supply these in academia and with the newest info on rising examine in those regularly evolving sciences.

*The most modern vital details for nutrition scientists and nutritionists *Peer-reviewed articles by way of a panel of revered scientists *The go-to sequence considering the fact that 1948

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Bhutta, Z. , Das, J. , Gaffey, M. , Lancet Nutrition Interventions Review Group, et al. (2013). Evidence-based interventions for improvement of maternal and child nutrition: What can be done and at what cost? The Lancet, 382(9890), 452–477. Dangour, A. , & Sullivan, L. M. (2012). Building global advocacy for nutrition: A review of the European and US landscapes. Food and Nutrition Bulletin, 33(2), 92–98. Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition Impact through the Feed the Future Initiative 45 Feed the Future Indicator Handbook: Definition Sheets, September 2013.

IFPRI discussion paper 01187. Washington, DC: IFPRI. , & Ruel, M. T. (2006). Agriculture and nutrition linkages: Old lessons and newparadigms. Series 2020 vision focus brief series: Understanding the links between agriculture and health, 13(1). Washington, DC: IFPRI. , & Ruel, M. T. (2011). Value chains for nutrition (2020 conference paper 4). In Paper presented at IFPRI 2020 international conference on leveraging agriculture for improving nutrition, New Delhi, India. Washington, DC: IFPRI. pdf.

Additionally, the homestead food production example illustrates an activity that targets women and it is clear that women’s time use and control of resources have an important role in the interventions and the ultimate nutritional status of household members. • Increased production also might have an effect on local markets. Though the activities described in this brief were small-scale and likely had a limited effect on markets, many Feed the Future activities are broader in scope and often change the composition of local production.

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