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- Yeung, David L.
- World Health Organization; bioavailability; biomedical research; breast feeding; children; complementary foods; developed countries; food choices; food fortification; food industry; grains; infancy; infant formulas; infants; iron; iron absorption; iron deficiency anemia; lactoferrin; malnutrition; nongovernmental organizations; nutrient deficiencies; nutrients; nutritional status; private sector; public health; Canada; Chile; China; United States
- ... Iron deficiency, one of the most prevalent problems of micronutrient malnutrition, occurs in both developing and industrialized countries. the impact of iron deficiency and iron-deficiency anaemia on the individual can result in lifelong disadvantages. the causes of the problem are many, but the principal cause is lack of iron-rich food. the International Conference of Nutrition sponsored by the W ...