Adding Iron to Soy Sauce and Other Nutritional Tricks for the Developing World Adding Iron to Soy Sauce and Other Nutritional Tricks for the Developing World
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Adding Iron to Soy Sauce and Other Nutritional Tricks for the Developing World

by Kiss Me I'm Polish

November 12, 2010
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Proper diet and nutrition are key to children's well-being, keeping them healthy and supporting cognitive development. A diet without nutrients like iron or folic acid can have serious effects. But in the developing world, the correct nutrients aren't always in children's diets. Adding those nutrients to the available food—even to foods in which they don't naturally occur—can be a huge boost to public health. It's a lesson we learned in the United States long ago, and one we need to apply to the rest of the world.

A collaboration between GOOD and Kiss Me I'm Polish.
 

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Adding Iron to Soy Sauce and Other Nutritional Tricks for the Developing World