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Impact of Soyaproduct Supplementation on Major Nutrition Intake of Preschool Malnourished Children

Author Affiliations

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

Res. J. Family, Community and Consumer Sci., Volume 1, Issue (5), Pages 1-4, July,27 (2013)


Protein calorie malnutrition is major nutritional problem of the world. To treat malnutrition among the preschool children the formulation of locally based protein rich product is must hence attempt was made to formulate soyabased food products such as soyaladoo, soyachakali and soyaflakes chiwada. These products were evaluated for its major nutrient content like carbohydrates energy, protein and fat. The energy of soyaladoo, soyachakali and soyaflakes chiwada was 1070 ±1.8, 1065±1.4, 8260±3.6 respectively. The protein content was 32.1±1.7, 30.8±1.5 and 28.0±0.6 in soyaladoo, soyachakali and soyaflakes chiwada. Similarly fat content were 24.0±1.3, 22.8±1.7 and 22.9±0.7. The malnourished preschool children were classified as grade II and III. These products were given to preschool malnourished children experimental group of children @50 gm product/day /child at provides energy; protein and fat as per ICMR recommendation were seen. Highly significant change in their major nutrient consumption.


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