Cash and in-kind transfers in poor rural communities in Mexico increase household fruit, vegetable, and micronutrient consumption but also lead to excess energy consumption

February 18, 2010
DOI: 10.4016/16272.11
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Conditional transfer programs are increasingly popular, but the impact on household nutrient consumption has not been studied. We evaluated the... » More
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J.Nutr. 2010 140: 612–617
Authors:
Jef l Leroy

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