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Rajabi, Tannaz, Sam K. Schell, Sophia E. Agapova, et al. The Journal of Nutrition, January 2022

Children who received supplementary feeding were less likely to develop severe adult malnutrition (SAM) or die and less likely to develop SAM between 6–24 weeks. These children were more likely to have a healthy mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC) and higher rates of weight gain and MUAC at 6 weeks and 12 weeks. This article is behind a paywall.