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close this bookActivity, Energy Expenditure and Energy Requirements of Infants and Children (International Dietary Energy Consultative Group - IDECG, 1989, 412 pages)
close this folderThe desirable upper limits of energy intake in childhood: Short- and long-term consequences
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View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. A conceptual approach to defining desirable intakes in infancy
View the document3. Childhood obesity and energy intake
View the document4. Individual susceptibility to obesity
Open this folder and view contents5. Desirable intakes in infancy
View the document6. Ambient temperature and diet-induced thermogenesis
View the document7. Should energy requirements be based on data for breast-fed children?
View the document8. The fat cell hypothesis
View the document9. The Dutch famine study: An early programming of adiposity?
View the document10. Links between childhood and adult obesity
View the document11. Experimental findings
View the document12. The effects of early feeding practices on the programming of metabolism
View the document13. Infant growth rates and long-term survival
View the document14. Conclusions
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View the documentDiscussion (summarized by W. Dietz)