Nutrition Publication

Consequences of Under- and over-nutrition in Early Childhood

Editor(s): Z. A. Bhutta, Z. Lassi . vol. 35

This issue of the The Nest looks at the consequences of 
under- and overnutrition in early childhood through three articles by leading experts: Zulfiqar A. Bhutta and Zohra Lassi look at under- and overnutrition in the first thousand days of live and the importance of the problem and interventions. Patrick Detzel presents the economic rationale for micronutrient fortification as a means to improve health and, in turn, economic and social development.Finally, Bo Lönnerdal and Olle Hernell look at the impact of under- and overnutrition 
of iron in infancy and early childhood. 

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