The acceptability and intake of lipid-based pastes as a food supplement in a South African context
AbstractThis descriptive study included 103 children aged 12-60 months, 39 older children and 291 adults, and was performed to assess the sensory acceptability of a lipid-based food supplement. Lipid-based pastes were found to be highly acceptable, although concern exists regarding the recommended portion sizes, especially for young children with poor appetite.
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Steenkamp, L., & Lategan, R. (2013). The acceptability and intake of lipid-based pastes as a food supplement in a South African context. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 26(3), 150-151. Retrieved from http://sajcn.co.za/index.php/SAJCN/article/view/785
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