1. This book is intended for nutrition intervention program and development planners, as well as students from related disciplines. Although it is quite clearly written, some sections, for example parts of Chapter 2, have details that will be of less interest to the development planner, but will be...
  2. This practical step-by-step guide for conducting assessments in communities on the various aspects of natural food sources of vitamin A will create data helpful for programs that aim to alleviate vitamin A deficiency. The manual, prepared in co-operation with the Committee on Nutrition and...
  3. This book provides an authoritative, critical and up-to-date review of all the many facets of protein energy malnutrition. The coverage is comprehensive, beginning with an analysis of the characteristics of severe and fatal cases and a detailed discussion of treament, aimed specifically at...
  4. While some elements of maternal nutrition are well known, discussion and experimentation continue on important nutritional and delivery issues. This Resource Guide, aimed at field staff who are not nutritionists, summarizes recent literature on this important topic. The annotations discuss both...
  5. This article is from ECHO Asia Note #29 คำนำ คํากลาวโบราณทีวา ‘คุณจะแก ปัญหาไมไดถา คุณไมรูวาคุณมีปัญหา’ เปนค ากลาวทีสนับสนุน วิทยาศาสตรขันพืนฐานของการวินิจฉัยอาการ ขาดธาตุอาหารในพืชไดเปนอยางดี เปนเวลานานมาแลวทีเกษตรกรและนักวิทยาศาสตร ท างานรวมกันเพือหาอาการทีปรากฏใหเหนดวย ตาเพือใช...
  6. Four nutrient deficiencies--phosphorus, potassium, nitrogen, and magnesium--can be diagnosed by observing maize leaves. This document includes photos of a healthy maize leaf and of maize leaves demonstrating each of these nutrient deficiencies. It also contains suggestions for how to address each...