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Children's Diets in the Mid-1990s: Dietary Intake and Its Relationship with School Meal Participation

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  • Philip Gleason
  • Carol Suitor

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Examines children's diets and finds nearly all children have adequate usual intakes for most B vitamins, but many children of all ages are at risk of inadequate intakes of folate, magnesium, zinc, and vitamins A and E.

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  • Philip Gleason & Carol Suitor, "undated". "Children's Diets in the Mid-1990s: Dietary Intake and Its Relationship with School Meal Participation," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 8db693ba4d8640ec87d978a34, Mathematica Policy Research.
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