Bhandari et al. (2001); India

Scale/Scope: 
1 community in Delhi
Evaluation Design: 
RCT – 418 infants four months of age (96 in food supplement group; 95 in nutritional counseling group; 100 in control group; and 96 in visitation control group); data collected when infants were 6, 9 and 12 months of age
Outcomes: 
Outcomes Measured: 
Median energy (kJ) intake/day from usual foods among children - at 26 weeks
Results: 
Supplement + counseling vs. counseling alone vs. visitation vs. control: 171 vs. 472 vs. 192 vs. 268
P-values/CIs: 
Comparisons with final group (visitation control): NS, p<0.05, NS
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Median energy (kJ) intake/day from usual foods among children - at 38 weeks
Results: 
Supplement + counseling vs. counseling alone vs. visitation vs. control: 476 vs. 978 vs. 430 vs. 577
P-values/CIs: 
Comparisons with final group (visitation control): NS, p<0.05, NS
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Median energy (kJ) intake/day from usual foods among children - at 52 weeks
Results: 
Supplement + counseling vs. counseling alone vs. visitation vs. control: 761 vs. 1417 vs. 665 vs. 924
P-values/CIs: 
Comparisons with final group (visitation control): NS, p<0.05, NS
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Median total energy (kJ) intake/day among children - at 26 weeks
Results: 
Supplement + counseling vs. counseling alone vs. visitation vs. control: 1409 vs. 472 vs. 192 vs. 268
P-values/CIs: 
Comparisons with final group (visitation control): --
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Median total energy (kJ) intake/day among children - at 38 weeks
Results: 
Supplement + counseling vs. counseling alone vs. visitation vs. control: 2169 vs. 978 vs. 430 vs. 577
P-values/CIs: 
Comparisons with final group (visitation control): --
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Median total energy (kJ) intake/day among children - at 52 weeks
Results: 
Supplement + counseling vs. counseling alone vs. visitation vs. control: 2922 vs. 1417 vs. 665 vs. 924
P-values/CIs: 
Comparisons with final group (visitation control): --
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density