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Id: 15173
Autor: Gurney, J. Michael.
Título: Nutritional considerations regarding staples.
Fuente: Kingston; Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute; s.d. 10 p. (CFNI-J-67-74).
Idioma: En.
Responsable: JM2.1 - Library
JM2.1; CFNI-J-67-74


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Id: 13709
Autor: Hibbert, Jacqueline M.
Título: Nutrient and bacterial contents of infants' bottle feeds.
Fuente: Kingston; s.n; Feb. 1978. 94 p. tab.
Idioma: En.
Tesis: Presentada en University of the West Indies (Mona) para obtención del grado de Master of Science in Nutrition.
Resumen: There is indirect evidence that infants' bottle feeds in Jamaica may be overdialuted. Infantile gastroenteritis is frequent and it has been suggested that a casual factor may be the inadequate sterilisation of bottles. The aim of ths study was to determine the nutrient contents of bottle feeds of Kingston infants aged 6-23 months and to assess the extent of bacterial contamination. The feeds analysed were either milk based or porridges. 151 samples were collected from three clinics and analysed for (1) protein, by micro-Kjeldahl method; (2) energy by comb calorimetry and (3) sodium and potassium by flame photometry. 101 samples were analyses for coliform bacterial contamination by use of Oxoid dip slides. The majority of the samples had protein contents which were within the normal range. The total solids and energy contents of the milk feeds were frequently high because of sugar added in preparation but the energy and solid contents of porridges were low. The milk feeds had normal sodium and low potassium concentrations, but porridges had high sodium concentrations due to addition of salt during preparation. 64 percent of the samples were highly contaminated by coliform baceria, although the majority of mothers reported having adequate facilities for proper feed preparation and sterilisation. It could be concluded that most mothers who attend child welfare clinics are preparing milk formulae with the correct protein content but with high energy content, porridges which are too dilute and have too much salt added, and bottle feeds are generally not sterile (Summary)
Responsable: JM23.1 - Main Library
JM23.1; U Thesis


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Id: 13077
Autor: Maharaj, K. M; Parasram, Rampersad.
Título: Characteristics of a rural area community mental health programme County Caroni
Fuente: Int J Soc Psychiatry;35(3):280-4, 1989.
Idioma: En.
Resumen: The paper describes characteristics and trends in a rural area Community Mental Health programme. Research done by the mental health team supports some of the previously held notions on alcoholism and dispels some myths about parasuicide and suicide. Education at all levels continues to be an important preventative measure in the fight against drug abuse. The effort to set up an Alcohol and Referral Center is partly thwarted by poor community resources. The mental health team has had to enlist the support of service organisations in their educationl programmes. More work needs to be done in the area of psychogeriatrics, rehabilitation and family life. The need for closer links between governmental agencies and the community is emphasized. (AU)
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library


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Id: 13048
Autor: Houston, H. G.
Título: Dietary nitriloside and sickle cell anaemia in Africa - letter
Fuente: Am J Clin Nutr;27(8):766-9, Aug. 1974.
Idioma: En.
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; RC620.A1A4


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Id: 12119
Autor: Gurney, J. Michael.
Título: Nutritional considerations concerning in the staple foods of the English-speaking Caribbean
Fuente: Ecol Food Nutr;4:171-5, 1975.
Idioma: En.
Resumen: The staple foods of importance to the English-speaking Caribbean are wheat, starchy fruits, roots and tubers, and to some extent sugar. Their nutritional implications and their contributions to the diet are discussed. Cereals provide more energy and protein per unit weight as purchased than do other staple foods. They also provide important proportions of total average dietary energy and protein. Wheat, the major cereal, is wholly imported and price rises over the past few years have strained national economies. The feasibility of local production of staple foods is discussed. Cereal/legume rotations provide greater energy and protein yields per acre per year than do starchy fruit or root crops under present varietal and agronomic conditions. Retail cost nutrient values for energy and protein are greater for cereals than for starchy fruits, roots and tubers. The conclusion is drawn that, to overcome malnutrition and to keep pace with population growth, more dietary energy needs to become available to the region without reduction in dietary quality. Questions are asked as to the feasibility of rational; import substitutions and improved local yields providing both cheap food to the consumers and good returns to the farmers. (AU)
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; Reprint Collection


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Id: 12099
Autor: Jelliffe, Derrick B.
Título: Traditional amino acid reinforcement
Fuente: Pl Fds Hum Nutr;2(3-4):145-6, 1972.
Idioma: En.
Resumen: In the last few decades, the field of public health has seen the development of many monovalent, simplicist, would-be universal approaches to complex problems, whose etiology varies from region to region-most have been unsuccessful. Current planners plainly appreciate the need for programs tailored to local circumstances and possibilities (including the young child population both in rural and urban areas), and the need for many channelled approaches in every situation. In addition to the amino acid fortification of foods and the development of new protein processed foods by modern technology, opportunities for amino acid reinforcement by combinations of traditional foods must receive major emphasis in any community nutrition program, especially for home produced weaning foods. To lay sole emphasis on one or other of these approaches is plainly imbalanced-a combination of approaches are vitally needed. They are not in competition, but mutually reinforcing. (Summary)
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; Reprint Collection


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Id: 12097
Autor: Jelliffe, Derrick B.
Título: Approaches to village-level infant feeding. (I) Multimixes as weaning foods
Fuente: J Trop Pediatr;13(1):46-8, 1967.
Idioma: En.
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; RJ1.J63


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Id: 12014
Autor: Jelliffe, Derrick B.
Título: Traditional amino acid reinforcement
Fuente: Cajanus;2(5):334-7, 1969.
Idioma: En.
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; RA784.C3


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Id: 11985
Autor: Latham, Michael C.
Título: Breakfast cereals - costly convenience not better nutrition
Fuente: Cajanus;3(5):355-74, 1970.
Idioma: En.
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; RA784.C3



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