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Meat and Meat Product Consumption among Infants in Latvia
Proceedings of the Latvian Academy of Sciences. Section B, Natural Sciences
Meat consumption during the first year of life is especially important to provide necessary iron requirements. The aim of the study was to assess meat and meat product consumption of Latvian infants during their first year of life, in relation to different factors. Data were collected by interview method using two types of questionnaires: food frequency questionnaires and food diary. The study included a representative sample of infants and toddlers from all regions of Latvia with a targetdoi:10.1515/prolas-2017-0074 fatcat:4saw726h5vem7daww3oxgdypwm