Healthy nutrition: preventing nutrition-related diseases in Europe
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World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe, James, W. P. T., Ferro-Luzzi, A., Isaksson, B. & Szostak, W. B. (1988). Healthy nutrition: preventing nutrition-related diseases in Europe. World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/272888
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