Nutrition Publication

Mother and Child Nutrition

Editor(s): M. Makrides . 68 / 1

Do pregnant women need to eat for two? Yes, but the equation is not as simple as the statement suggests. This issue of the Annales sheds light on this question and highlights the importance of a balanced nutrition in both, industrialized and semi-industrialized countries.

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