Kimmons et al. (2004); Bangladesh

Scale/Scope: 
several small rural villages
Evaluation Design: 
Longitudinal – 30 mothers with infants 6-12 months of age in the meal quantity study; 30 in the meal frequency study
Outcomes: 
Outcomes Measured: 
Meal quantity study: - Quantity of food offered (g)
Results: 
Day 7 vs. day 1 (baseline): 95 vs. 67
P-values/CIs: 
NS
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Meal quantity study: - Quantity of food consumed (g)
Results: 
Day 7 vs. day 1 (baseline): 64 vs. 40
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.05
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Meal quantity study: - Mean number of meals fed to children in the previous 24 hours
Results: 
Day 7 vs. day 1 (baseline): 2.9 vs. 2.3
P-values/CIs: 
NS
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Meal quantity study: - Duration of meal (minutes)
Results: 
Day 7 vs. day 1 (baseline): 13 vs. 6
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.05
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Meal quantity study: - Viscosity of food fed to children(57)
Results: 
Day 7 vs. day 1 (baseline): 3.1 vs. 3.7
P-values/CIs: 
NS
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density
Outcomes Measured: 
Meal frequency study: - Mean number meals during which complementary food was to children in the previous 24 hours
Results: 
Day 7 vs. day 1 (baseline): 4.1 vs. 2.2
P-values/CIs: 
p<0.05
High Impact Practices: 
Providing adequate meal frequency and energy density