Cultural Attitude toward Food and Health: a Case Study of Rural Tanzania

Rural Tanzanians eat the same thing every day. Even compared to people in other countries that have similar income levels, their lack of demand for variety in food is fascinating and affects the status of the local population's health profiles.

Cultural Attitude toward Food and Health: a Case Study of Rural Tanzania
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