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Diet Survey of "Adivasis" in Maharashtra State


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1 Biochemistry Department, The Institute of Science, Bombay 400 032, India
     

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The large number of surveys were devoted to the study of diets of poor people from the rural areas. Two most striking peculiarities of the poor Indian diets are (a) the preponderance of cereals and (b) a marked deficiency of protective foodstuffs. Both of these features are common in the dites of the poor irrespective of which part of the country they live in or belong to.
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M. S. Pore
Biochemistry Department, The Institute of Science, Bombay 400 032, India

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The large number of surveys were devoted to the study of diets of poor people from the rural areas. Two most striking peculiarities of the poor Indian diets are (a) the preponderance of cereals and (b) a marked deficiency of protective foodstuffs. Both of these features are common in the dites of the poor irrespective of which part of the country they live in or belong to.