Socioeconomic inequality in dietary intake begins before 24 months in Brazilian children.

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Summary of "Socioeconomic inequality in dietary intake begins before 24 months in Brazilian children."

To assess dietary patterns by socioeconomic gradient of Brazilian infants and young children in 2006 and 2013.


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Name: Revista de saude publica
ISSN: 1518-8787
Pages: 9


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