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Figure S1. Forest plot of the effects of vitamin A and/or β-C on mean birthweight.

Figure S2. Forest plot of the effects of lycopene supplementation on mean birthweight (kg).

Figure S3. Forest plot of the effects of lycopene supplementation on mean gestational age at delivery (weeks).

Figure S4. Forest plot of the effects of vitamin A and/or β-C on stillbirth.

Figure S5. Forest plot of the effects of vitamin A and/or β-C on miscarriage.

Figure S6. Forest plot of the effects of vitamin A and/or β-C on fetal loss.

Figure S7. Forest plot of the effect of lycopene supplementation on pre-eclampsia.

Figure S8. Forest plot of the effect of vitamin A/β-C supplementation during pregnancy on severe anemia during pregnancy (<8 or 8.5 g/dL).

Figure S9. Forest plot of the effect of vitamin A/β-C supplementation during pregnancy on follow-up hemoglobin during pregnancy (g/dL).

Figure S10. Forest plot of the effect of vitamin A/β-C supplementation during pregnancy on change in hemoglobin during pregnancy (g/dL).

Figure S11. Forest plot of the effect of vitamin A/β-C supplementation during pregnancy on mean maternal postpartum hemoglobin (4–6 months postpartum).

Figure S12. Forest plot of the effect of vitamin A/β-C supplementation during pregnancy on neonatal/infant anemia (Hb < 11.0 g/dL).

Figure S13. Forest plot of the effect of vitamin A/β-C supplementation during pregnancy on mean infant hemoglobin at 4–6 months.

Figure S14. Forest plot of the effect of vitamin A/β-C supplementation during pregnancy on mean weight-for-age z score at 6 months.

Figure S15. Forest plot of the effect of vitamin A/β-C supplementation during pregnancy on mean height-for-age z score at 6 months.

Table S1. Search strategy and keywords.

Table S2. Grading the quality of individual trials for potential inclusion in the meta-analysis.

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