Preferences for food and nutritional supplements among adult people living with HIV in Malawi

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Rodas Moya, Carlos; Kodish, Stephen; Manary, Mark; Grede, Nils; Pee, de, Saskia;
  • Subject: Malawi | Nutritional supplementation | HIV | People living with HIV | Food preferences

<p>Objective: To elucidate the factors influencing food intake and preferences for potential nutritional supplements to treat mild and moderate malnutrition among adult people living with HIV (PLHIV). Design: Qualitative research using in-depth interviews with a triangu... View more
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