1961 年 14 巻 3 号 p. 218-223
The annual investigation on the growth and health conditions and the nutrient intakes of the children of two to four years of age, who were the same subjects in the authors'preceding paper gave the following results.
1) Growth and health conditions: The height and weight gain of the children through a year was more than those of the standard figure of Japanese children in the identical a ge, level. The number of the days in which the children showed poor appetite was 1.7% to 13.2% of total experimental days, and the number of the sedentary days was 1.1% to 15.0% of the total.
2) Nutrient intakes: The nutrient intakes of the most infants with a few exceptions exceeded 80% of the Japanese recommended allowance of nutrients.
3) It was impressed that in was not appropriate to try to correlate the nutrient intakes of the children and their growth and health condition in a 5mall group like this.
4) Among the infants who have had a good dietary life, the effect of the different nutrient intakes on health and growth did not appear so clearly.