There are no reports on nutrition interventions for older people in developing countries, successful or otherwise. At best, they are covered in food security projects targeted at the household level, although the focus is generally on maternal and child nutrition. This age group deserves more attention, especially in areas with a high prevalence of HIV, where older people often play a key role in sustaining the household.
See also: Adolescents: Nutritional Problems. Anemia: Iron-Deficiency Anemia. Breast Feeding. Children: Nutritional Problems. Dietary Surveys. Infants: Feeding Problems. Infection: Nutritional Interactions; Nutritional Management in Adults. Lactation: Dietary Requirements. Malnutrition: Secondary, Diagnosis and Management. Nutritional Assessment: Anthropometry; Biochemical Indices; Clinical Examination. Older People: Nutrition-Related Problems. Pregnancy: Nutrient Requirements. Supplementation: Role of Micronutrient Supplementation; Developing
Countries; Developed Countries. United Nations Children's Fund. Vegetarian Diets. World Health Organization. Zinc: Deficiency in Developing Countries, Intervention Studies.
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