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The pattern of feeding and the nutritional status of infants and children in Indonesia

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Health is essential to the satisfaction of human needs and to an improved quality of life. The first years of life are crucial in laying the foundation of good health. At this time certain specific biological and psychosocial needs must be met to ensure the survival and healthy development of the child and future adult. One of these vital needs is the nutrition of the infant.

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  • Supplementary Food
  • Solid Food
  • Household Expenditure
  • Infant Feeding
  • Cane Sugar

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Surbakti, S., Husaini, Y.K., Husaini, M.A. (1990). The pattern of feeding and the nutritional status of infants and children in Indonesia. In: Visser, H.K.A., Bindels, J.G. (eds) Child Nutrition in South East Asia. Eighth Nutricia Symposium. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-1996-9_4

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