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The guidebook nutritional anaemia

BADHAM, Jane
ZIMMERMANN, Michael B
KRAEMER, Klaus
2007

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This guidebook offers a comprehensive summary of the critical issues from prevalence data and statistics, to economics, through to diagnosis, functional consequences and background information on each of the micronutrients believed to be directly or indirectly involved in anemia

Nutritional anaemia

BADHAM, Jane
ZIMMERMANN, Michael B
KRAEMER, Klaus
Eds
2007

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This is guide offers a comprehensive summary of the critical issues from prevalence data and statistics, to economics, through to the diagnosis, funcational consequences and background information on each of the micronutrients believed to be directly or indirectly invovled in anaemia

Fortifying flour to improve world health [whole issue]

JOHNSON, Quentin
November 2000

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Issue addressing how fortifying flour with micronutrients can improve a country's nutritional status. It also describes the technology involved. It provides a list of organizations involved in flour fortification and of countries with wheat flour fortification standards

Iron deficiency project advisory service

IRON DEFICIENCY PROJECT ADVISORY SERVICE (IDPAS)

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A section of the site, called Iron World, provides links to publications on the following general topics: technical information; specific country information; advocacy and communication; international guidelines and issues; and other related micronutrients. The Iron Deficiency Project Advisory Service (IDPAS) is a project of the International Nutrition Foundation and United Nations University. It aims to support those working to improve iron nutrition in developing and transitional countries

Micronutrient Forum

MICRONUTRIENT FORUM

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This site provides information about Forum events, including meeting reports. The Micronutrient Forum focuses on the impact of micronutrient deficiencies on public health and development, concentrating specifically on populations that are deficient in vitamin A, iron, folate, iodine, and zinc. It acts as a catalyst and convener for sharing expertise, insight, and experience relevant to the control of micronutrient deficiencies in vulnerable populations around the world. The Forum replaces the the International Vitamin A Consultative Group (IVACG) and the International Nutritional Anemia Consultative Group (INACG)

World Health Organization : micronutrients

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)

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This section of the WHO website contains links to WHO publications on micronutrients, information on specific micronutrients, and WHO statements, meetings and consultations. It also links to the WHO Vitamin and Mineral Nutrition Information System (VMNIS)

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