The results of major research studies on health and nutrition problems undertaken by the Nutrition Foundation of India were published as Scientific Reports (list given below).
Each report describes the objectives of the study, the results of the study, and recommendations for feasible interventions to improve nutritional/health status. Hard copies of these reports are out of print.
Scanned copies/pdf of the reports will be sent through email on request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|The national Goitre control program: A blueprint for its intensification.
|The Lathyrism problem: Current status and new dimensions.
|Nutrition and health education through the rural school system.
|Infant-feeding practices with special reference to the use of commercial infant foods.
|Nutrition programs in Orissa state.
|Nutritional status, physical work capacity and mental function in school children.
|Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS): A study of some aspects of the system.
|Profiles of undernutrition and underdevelopment: Studies of poor communities in seven regions of the country.
|Maternal nutrition, lactation and infant growth in urban slums.
|Growth of affluent Indian girls during adolescence.
|Growth performance of affluent Indian children (under-fives): Growth standard for Indian children.
|Use of Carotene-rich foods to combat Vitamin A deficiency in India: A multicentric study.
|Effect of nutrition supplementary feeding in the third trimester of pregnancy on the birth weight and subsequent growth of the infant.
|Relationship of current nutritional status and cognitive functioning in 3-10 years olds living in slums in Delhi.
|Obesity in Urban middle classes in Delhi.
|Anemia in pregnancy – Interstate differences
|Combating Low Birth Weight And Intra – Uterine Growth Retardation