Supplementary feeding of underweight, stunted malawian children with a ready-to-use food

  • Maleta K
  • Kuittinen J
  • Duggan M
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Maize and soy flour mixes are often used in the treatment of moderate malnutrition in Malawi. Their efficacy has not been formally evaluated. A recently developed ready-to-use food (RTUF) effectively promotes growth among severely malnourished children. The authors compared the effect of maize and soy flour with that of RTUF in the home treatment of moderately malnourished children.

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  • Child
  • Ready-to-use food
  • Supplementary feeding
  • Undernutrition

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  • Kenneth Maleta

  • Juha Kuittinen

  • Maureen B. Duggan

  • Andrè Briend

  • Mark Manary

  • Jerry Wales

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