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close this bookFood and Nutrition Bulletin Volume 17, Number 2, 1996 (UNU, 1996, 91 pages)
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View the documentProduction and use of raw potato flour in Mauritian traditional foods
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View the documentDevelopment of weaning foods based on malted, popped, and roller-dried barley and chickpea
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View the documentAmylase-treated rice flour oral rehydration solution with enhanced energy density. III. Trials with a home preparation
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View the documentA programme to develop culturally and medically sound home fluid management of children with acute diarrhoea
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View the documentSelection of culturally sound home fluid management of infantile diarrhoea in rural Mexico
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View the documentClinical trial of a rice-powder oral rehydration beverage
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View the documentPromotion of oral rehydration therapy comparing a home-made rice-powder gruel and oral rehydration salts
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