The Dual Risk Approach in Nutrition: Present and Future Perspectives and Challenges

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The Dual Risk Approach in Nutrition : Present and Future Perspectives and Challenges. / Tetens, Inge; Eneroth, Hanna; Meltzer, Helle Margrete ; Schacht, Simon Rønnow; Thorsdottir, Inga; Valsta, Liisa M.

Copenhagen : Nordic Council of Ministers, 2018. 53 s. (TemaNord; Nr. 543, Bind 2018).

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Tetens, I, Eneroth, H, Meltzer, HM, Schacht, SR, Thorsdottir, I & Valsta, LM 2018, The Dual Risk Approach in Nutrition: Present and Future Perspectives and Challenges. TemaNord, nr. 543, bind 2018, Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen.

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Tetens, I., Eneroth, H., Meltzer, H. M., Schacht, S. R., Thorsdottir, I., & Valsta, L. M. (2018). The Dual Risk Approach in Nutrition: Present and Future Perspectives and Challenges. Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers. TemaNord, Nr. 543, Bind. 2018

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Tetens I, Eneroth H, Meltzer HM, Schacht SR, Thorsdottir I, Valsta LM. The Dual Risk Approach in Nutrition: Present and Future Perspectives and Challenges. Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers, 2018. 53 s. (TemaNord; Nr. 543, Bind 2018).

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Tetens, Inge ; Eneroth, Hanna ; Meltzer, Helle Margrete ; Schacht, Simon Rønnow ; Thorsdottir, Inga ; Valsta, Liisa M. / The Dual Risk Approach in Nutrition : Present and Future Perspectives and Challenges. Copenhagen : Nordic Council of Ministers, 2018. 53 s. (TemaNord; Nr. 543, Bind 2018).

Bibtex

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