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Ciinicalnutritionalstatus of Malnourished Preschool Children after Supplementation of Soyladoo

Author Affiliations

  • 1Pravara Rural Education Society’s, Home Science and BCA College, Loni., Taluka-Rahata, District-Ahmednagar, INDIA

Res. J. Family, Community and Consumer Sci., Volume 1, Issue (3), Pages 18-24, May,27 (2013)


Malnutrition is the greatest world health problem, more than 50 per cent of the children are found undernourished world wide. Hence supplementary feeding must be the additional nutrients which are providing for the optional growth and desirable change in health status. Supplementary foods must be based on the formulation of the required nutrients for the treating of malnutrition. Hence the organoleptically high scored soyaladoo was prepared analyzedfornutritional qualities likes major nutrients such as energy (470.0kcal), proteins (20.1 g) and fats (22.0 g) content found more in soyaladoo. The micro nutrients such as iron (6.3 mg), zinc (3.8 mg) and calcium (286.5 mg) were also observed higher range in soyaladoo. Soyaladoo has also shown very low production cost. Hence, it found very cheap and affordable to the below poverty line group of children. The soyaladoo was given @ 50g/child/day for six months. The clinical signs and symptoms about deficiency diseases in experimental group of preschool children were examined after every month till the end of experimental period (i.e. 6 months). i. Significant changes in clinical examination of hair, face, lips eyes, ears, throat skin, bones and joints, nails and abdomen shown after supplementation of. soyaladoo in preschool children.


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