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Title: Biochemical and Physicochemical properties of malted pearl millet meal fortified with Moringa oleifera leaf powder
Authors: Oneziwe, Jackson 
Obilana, Anthony 
Keywords: pearl millet, malt, fortify, underutilised
Issue Date: 12-Apr-2018
Conference: Sorghum in the 21st Century 
Abstract: There is continued interest in the improvement of the nutritional quality of traditional weaning foods. The high price of proprietary weaning foods, combined with bad feeding practices and late introduction of supplementary foods, are mostly responsible for aggravating the disorder (malnutrition) among children (Dutra-de-Oliveira, 1991). Good nutrition, particularly during infancy and childhood can promote adequate physical and mental development. Certain nutrients such as protein, fats and oils in food maintain life; through being used for cells growth, repair, and regulation of function (Bergger, 1998).
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