Date of Award
Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Sciences
Over one billion people suffer from nutritional deficiencies, and they reside in both the poorest and the richest countries in the world. What needs to be determined is if the deficiencies are similar or different, and most importantly why. By learning what nutritional deficits exist in these countries and why they occur, we are then able to create appropriate interventions in order to improve the nutritional status of populations worldwide.
Bailey, Ginger Ann, "Common Nutritional Deficiencies in the Three Richest Versus the Poorest Countries in the World: Why Are They Similar or Different?" (2007). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 663.
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Siew Sun Wong
Departmental Honors Advisor
Janet B. Anderson