Feeding behaviors during home-based treatment of moderate acute malnutrition using corn-soy blends or lipid-based nutrient supplements

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Feeding behaviors during home-based treatment of moderate acute malnutrition using corn-soy blends or lipid-based nutrient supplements. / Iuel-Brockdorff, Ann-Sophie Julie D; Ouedraogo, Albertine; Ritz, Christian; Dræbel, Tania; Ashorn, Per; Filteau, Suzanne; Michaelsen, Kim F.

I: Maternal and Child Nutrition, Bind 13, Nr. 4, e12399, 2017.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningfagfællebedømt

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Iuel-Brockdorff, A-SJD, Ouedraogo, A, Ritz, C, Dræbel, T, Ashorn, P, Filteau, S & Michaelsen, KF 2017, 'Feeding behaviors during home-based treatment of moderate acute malnutrition using corn-soy blends or lipid-based nutrient supplements', Maternal and Child Nutrition, bind 13, nr. 4, e12399. https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12399

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Iuel-Brockdorff, A-S. J. D., Ouedraogo, A., Ritz, C., Dræbel, T., Ashorn, P., Filteau, S., & Michaelsen, K. F. (2017). Feeding behaviors during home-based treatment of moderate acute malnutrition using corn-soy blends or lipid-based nutrient supplements. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 13(4), [e12399]. https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12399

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Iuel-Brockdorff A-SJD, Ouedraogo A, Ritz C, Dræbel T, Ashorn P, Filteau S o.a. Feeding behaviors during home-based treatment of moderate acute malnutrition using corn-soy blends or lipid-based nutrient supplements. Maternal and Child Nutrition. 2017;13(4). e12399. https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12399

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Iuel-Brockdorff, Ann-Sophie Julie D ; Ouedraogo, Albertine ; Ritz, Christian ; Dræbel, Tania ; Ashorn, Per ; Filteau, Suzanne ; Michaelsen, Kim F. / Feeding behaviors during home-based treatment of moderate acute malnutrition using corn-soy blends or lipid-based nutrient supplements. I: Maternal and Child Nutrition. 2017 ; Bind 13, Nr. 4.

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abstract = "Feeding behaviors have an important impact on children's nutritional status and are essential to consider when implementing nutrition programs. The objective of this study was to explore and compare feeding behaviors related to supplementary feeding with corn-soy blends (CSB) and lipid-based nutrient supplements (LNS) based on best practice feeding behaviors. The study was conducted as part of a randomized controlled trial assessing the effectiveness of new formulations of CSB and LNS and comprised 1,546 children from 6 to 23 months. The study included a mixed methods approach using questionnaires, focus group discussions and home visits and interviews with a subsample of 20 caretakers of trial participants. We found that LNS, compared to CSB, were more likely to be mixed into other foods (OR [95{\%} CI] 1.7 [1.3-2.2], p = <.001), served with a meal (OR [95{\%} CI] 1.6 [1.1-2.3], p = <.018)or between meals (OR [95{\%} CI] 1.5 [1.1-1.9], p = <.005), and fed using an encouraging feeding style (mean difference in percentage points [95{\%} CI] 23{\%} [6{\%}:40{\%}], p = .01). CSB were more likely to be fed using a forced feeding style (mean difference in percentage points [95{\%} CI] 18{\%} [3{\%}:33{\%}], p = .02) and were often observed to be served unprepared. The main differences in feeding behaviors between the two diet groups were linked to how and when supplements were served. Educational instructions should therefore be adapted according to the supplement provided; when providing CSB, efforts should be made to promote an encouraging feeding style, and emphasis should be made to ensure preparations are made according to recommendations.",
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AU - Iuel-Brockdorff, Ann-Sophie Julie D

AU - Ouedraogo, Albertine

AU - Ritz, Christian

AU - Dræbel, Tania

AU - Ashorn, Per

AU - Filteau, Suzanne

AU - Michaelsen, Kim F.

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N2 - Feeding behaviors have an important impact on children's nutritional status and are essential to consider when implementing nutrition programs. The objective of this study was to explore and compare feeding behaviors related to supplementary feeding with corn-soy blends (CSB) and lipid-based nutrient supplements (LNS) based on best practice feeding behaviors. The study was conducted as part of a randomized controlled trial assessing the effectiveness of new formulations of CSB and LNS and comprised 1,546 children from 6 to 23 months. The study included a mixed methods approach using questionnaires, focus group discussions and home visits and interviews with a subsample of 20 caretakers of trial participants. We found that LNS, compared to CSB, were more likely to be mixed into other foods (OR [95% CI] 1.7 [1.3-2.2], p = <.001), served with a meal (OR [95% CI] 1.6 [1.1-2.3], p = <.018)or between meals (OR [95% CI] 1.5 [1.1-1.9], p = <.005), and fed using an encouraging feeding style (mean difference in percentage points [95% CI] 23% [6%:40%], p = .01). CSB were more likely to be fed using a forced feeding style (mean difference in percentage points [95% CI] 18% [3%:33%], p = .02) and were often observed to be served unprepared. The main differences in feeding behaviors between the two diet groups were linked to how and when supplements were served. Educational instructions should therefore be adapted according to the supplement provided; when providing CSB, efforts should be made to promote an encouraging feeding style, and emphasis should be made to ensure preparations are made according to recommendations.

AB - Feeding behaviors have an important impact on children's nutritional status and are essential to consider when implementing nutrition programs. The objective of this study was to explore and compare feeding behaviors related to supplementary feeding with corn-soy blends (CSB) and lipid-based nutrient supplements (LNS) based on best practice feeding behaviors. The study was conducted as part of a randomized controlled trial assessing the effectiveness of new formulations of CSB and LNS and comprised 1,546 children from 6 to 23 months. The study included a mixed methods approach using questionnaires, focus group discussions and home visits and interviews with a subsample of 20 caretakers of trial participants. We found that LNS, compared to CSB, were more likely to be mixed into other foods (OR [95% CI] 1.7 [1.3-2.2], p = <.001), served with a meal (OR [95% CI] 1.6 [1.1-2.3], p = <.018)or between meals (OR [95% CI] 1.5 [1.1-1.9], p = <.005), and fed using an encouraging feeding style (mean difference in percentage points [95% CI] 23% [6%:40%], p = .01). CSB were more likely to be fed using a forced feeding style (mean difference in percentage points [95% CI] 18% [3%:33%], p = .02) and were often observed to be served unprepared. The main differences in feeding behaviors between the two diet groups were linked to how and when supplements were served. Educational instructions should therefore be adapted according to the supplement provided; when providing CSB, efforts should be made to promote an encouraging feeding style, and emphasis should be made to ensure preparations are made according to recommendations.

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KW - Malnutrition

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JO - Maternal and Child Nutrition

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