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Conversion of carbohydrate weights to monosaccharide equivalents.

published 2.0.13 a year ago
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Categorization of food by their common names.

published 2.0.12 a year ago
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Contents in the original book.

published 2.0.27 2 years ago
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The Indian Food Composition tables (IFCT 2017) provides nutritional values for 528 key foods.

published 2.0.15 a year ago
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Number of primary sampling units (districts) in each State/UT.

published 2.0.14 2 years ago
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On the history of malnutrition, current status, and data details.

published 2.0.18 2 years ago
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Codes and names of nutrients, and its components.

published 2.0.13 2 years ago
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Full form of language abbreviations.

published 2.0.12 2 years ago
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Full forms of abbreviations used in the original book.

published 2.0.22 2 years ago
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Categorization of the States/UTs into six different regions.

published 2.0.12 2 years ago
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Metabolizeable energy conversion factors.

published 2.0.12 2 years ago
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Jones factors for conversion of nitrogen to protein.

published 2.0.11 2 years ago
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Regional compositing centres and sample size of each region.

published 2.0.14 2 years ago
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Frequency distribution of States/UTs for fixing the number of districts to be sampled.

published 2.0.15 2 years ago
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Uniquely identifiable codes for each food.

published 2.0.8 2 years ago
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Single representative photo of each foods (JPEG, 307x173).

published 2.0.6 2 years ago
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Detailed nutrient composition of 528 key foods in India.

published 2.0.9 a year ago
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Analytical methods of nutrient and bioactive components.

published 2.0.11 2 years ago
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Recommended daily intakes of nutrients.

published 2.0.9 2 years ago
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Names of each food in local languages, including scientific name.

published 2.0.7 2 years ago
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