How effective are family based and institutional nutrition interventions in improving children's diet and health? A systematic review
The objective of this systematic review was to document the potential for family-based and institutional nutrition programs to improve the nutrition and health of young children in high income countries. Another aim was to determine how sustainable the impacts of these nutrition programs are on children's nutrition and health. Finally, lower socio-economic status is associated with both higher risk of chronic non-communicable disease and lower uptake of health promoting behaviours, including...[Show more]
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