a publication of ASNS (American Society for Nutritional Sciences)
The Journal of Nutrition Supplement:
Animal Source Foods to Improve Micronutrient Nutrition
and Human Function in Developing Countries
Supplement Number: S03-112
JN Issue Number: 11S-II
List of Manuscripts
Interventions for Micronutrient Deficiency Control in Developing Countries: Past, Present and Future
- Lindsay H. Allen, University of California, Davis.
Providing Micronutrients through Food-Based Solutions: A Key to Human and National Development
- Montague W. Demment University of California, Davis), Michelle M. Young and Ryan L. Sensenig.
The Critical Role Played by Animal Source Foods in Human (Homo) Evolution
- Katharine Milton, University of California, Berkeley.
Animal Source Foods and Human Health during Evolution
- Clark Spencer Larsen, Ohio State University.
Dynamics of the Nutrition Transition toward the Animal Foods Sector in China and its Implications: A Worried Perspective
- Barry M. Popkin (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) and Shufa Du.
Rising Consumption of Meat and Milk in Developing Countries Has Created a New Food Revolution
- Christopher L. Delgado, International Food Policy Research Institute.
Operationalizing Dietary Diversity: A Review of Measurement Issues and Research Priorities
- Marie T. Ruel, International Food Policy Research Institute.
Micronutrient Deficiencies and Cognitive Functioning
- Maureen M. Black, University of Maryland.
Nutritional Importance of Animal Source Foods
- Suzanne P. Murphy (University of Hawaii) and Lindsay H. Allen.
The Need for Animal Source Foods by Kenyan Children
- Nimrod O. Bwibo (University of Nairobi) and Charlotte G. Neumann.
Animal Source Foods Improve Dietary Quality, Micronutrient Status, Growth and Cognitive Function in Kenyan School Children: Background, Study Design and Baseline Findings
- Charlotte G. Neumann (University of California, Los Angeles), Nimrod O. Bwibo, Suzanne P. Murphy, Marian Sigman, Shannon Whaley, Lindsay H. Allen, Donald Guthrie, Robert E. Weiss and Montague W. Demment.
School Snacks Containing Animal Source Foods Improve Dietary Quality for Children in Rural Kenya
- Suzanne P. Murphy (University of Hawaii), Constance Gewa, Li-Jung Liang, Monika Grillenberger, Nimrod O. Bwibo and Charlotte G. Neumann.
Food Supplements Have a Positive Impact on Weight Gain and the Addition of Animal Source Foods Increases Lean Body Mass of Kenyan Schoolchildren
- Monika Grillenberger (Wageningen University), Charlotte G. Neumann, Suzanne P. Murphy, Nimrod O. Bwibo, Pieter vanÝt Veer, Joseph G. A. J. Hautvast and Clive E. West.
The Impact of Dietary Intervention on the Cognitive Development of Kenyan School Children
- Shannon E. Whaley (University of California, Los Angeles), Marian Sigman, Charlotte Neumann, Nimrod Bwibo, Donald Guthrie, Robert E. Weiss, Susan Alber and Suzanne P. Murphy.
Kenyan School Children Have Multiple Micronutrient Deficiencies, but Increased Plasma Vitamin B-12 Is the Only Detectable Micronutrient Response to Meat or Milk Supplementation
- Jonathan H. Siekmann (Tokushima University), Lindsay H. Allen, Nimrod O. Bwibo, Montague W. Demment, Suzanne P. Murphy and Charlotte G. Neumann.
Improving Access to and Consumption of Animal Source Foods in Rural Households: The Experiences of a Women-Focused Goat Development Program in the Highlands of Ethiopia
- Zewdu Ayele (FARMAfrica) and Christie Peacock.
Formative Research to Develop a Nutrition Education Intervention to Improve Dietary Iron Intake among Women and Adolescent Girls through Community Kitchens in Lima, Peru
- Hilary M. Creed-Kanashiro (Instituto de Investigacion Nutricional), Rosario M. Bartolini, Mary N. Fukumoto, Tula G. Uribe, Rebecca C. Robert and Margaret E. Bentley.
Experiences of a Community-Based Dietary Intervention to Enhance Micronutrient Adequacy of Diets Low in Animal Source Foods and High in Phytate: A Case Study in Rural Malawian Children
- Rosalind S. Gibson (University of Otago), Fiona Yeudall, Nancy Drost, Beatrice M. Mtitimuni and Timothy R. Cullinan.
Experience with Programs to Increase Animal Source Food Intake in Thailand
- Suttilak Smitasiri (Mahidol University) and Sinee Chotiboriboon.
Programs to Improve Production and Consumption of Animal Source Foods and Malnutrition in Vietnam
- Le Thi Hop, National Institute of Nutrition.
The Effect of Micronutrient Deficiencies on Child Growth: A Review of Results from Community-Based Supplementation Trials
- Juan A. Rivera (Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica), Christine Hotz, Teresa GonzĚlez-Coss╠o, Lynnette Neufeld and Armando Garc╠a-Guerra.
Small Indigenous Fish Species in Bangladesh: Contribution to Vitamin A, Calcium and Iron Intakes
- Nanna Roos (Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark), Mohammed M. Islam and Shakuntala H. Thilsted.
The Impact of Semi-Scavenging Poultry Production on the Consumption of Animal Source Foods by Women and Girls in Bangladesh
- Hanne Nielsen (DARUDEC), Nanna Roos and Shakuntala H. Thilsted.
Applying a NutriBusiness Approach to Increase Animal Source Food Consumption in Local Communities
- Audrey N. Maretzki (Pennsylvania State University) and Edward W. Mills.
Sociocultural and Household Factors Impacting on the Selection, Allocation and Consumption of Animal Source Foods: Current Knowledge and Application
- Joel Gittelsohn (Johns Hopkins University) and Amy E. Vastine.
Solutions Exist for Constraints to Household Production and Retention of Animal Food Products
- Dan L. Brown, Cornell University.
Global Production and Consumption of Animal Source Foods
- Andrew W. Speedy, FAO.
Economic Constraints on Production and Consumption of Animal Source Foods for Nutrition in Developing Countries
- Henning Steinfeld, FAO.
The Journal of Nutrtion cover graphic used with permission from the American Society for Nutritional Sciences.