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Planning Dietary Improvements Without Additional Costs for Low-Income Individuals in Brazil: Linear Programming Optimization as a Tool for Public Policy in Nutrition and Health
This paper describes the use of diet optimization on national dietary data collected in Brazil, to inform how best to improve the nutrient content of the diet of lower-income households, without increasing cost.
Verly-Jr E, Sichieri R, Darmon N, Maillot M, Sarti FM