Understanding the many facets of the relationship between nutrition and development is probably one of the most compelling challenges in the world today. We understand development to include both physical growth and psychosomatic maturation. The high probability that development is significantly affected by nutrition gives this topic a high priority.
KeywordsMental Development Underdeveloped Country Undernourished Child Tricipital Skinfold Thickness Mobilize Amino Acid
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