Realistic Food-Based Approaches Alone May Not Ensure Dietary Adequacy for Women and Young Children in South-East Asia.

Ferguson, EL; Watson, L; Berger, J; Chea, M; Chittchang, U; Fahmida, U; Khov, K; Kounnavong, S; Le, BM; Rojroongwasinkul, N; +9 more... Santika, O; Sok, S; Sok, D; Do, TT; Thi, LT; Vonglokham, M; Wieringa, F; Wasantwisut, E; Winichagoon, P; (2018) Realistic Food-Based Approaches Alone May Not Ensure Dietary Adequacy for Women and Young Children in South-East Asia. Maternal and child health journal. ISSN 1092-7875 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10995-018-2638-3

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