Meat, milk improve nutrition for poor

Meat, milk improve nutrition for poor

OVER the past several decades, data from the U.N. Food & Agriculture Organization show that there has been a decrease in the per capita consumption of milk, meat and eggs in Zambia and an increase in the consumption of vegetable oils and starchy roots, primarily cassava.

The resulting diet is deficient in vitamins and minerals, according to a news release from the University of Illinois. This leads to stun

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