Meat consumption is associated with less stunting among toddlers in four diverse low-income settings

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URL: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3918945/

Journal: Food and Nutritional Bulletin

Publication Date: 09/2011

Summary: Over 3100 infants and toddlers from low income areas were studied. Increased meat consumption was associated with a lower risk of stunting.

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Increased meat consumption in low income areas leads to less stunting of child growth

Meat Consumption During Childhood is Key to Prevent Stunting of Growth

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