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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)
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View the documentIntroduction
Open this folder and view contentsEnergy requirements in normal infants and children
Open this folder and view contentsLow energy intakes and growth velocities of breast-fed infants: Are there functional consequences?
Open this folder and view contentsMethods to assess physical activity and the energy expended for it by infants and children
Open this folder and view contentsEstimation and validation of energy expenditure obtained by the minute-by-minute measurement of heart-rate
Open this folder and view contentsAssessment and significance of body composition in infants and children
Open this folder and view contentsTotal energy expenditure of free-living infants and children obtained by the doubly-labelled water method
Open this folder and view contentsReference data for total energy expenditure in early infancy
Open this folder and view contentsBasal metabolism of infants
Open this folder and view contentsEnergy cost of various physical activities in healthy children
Open this folder and view contentsThe energy requirements of growth and catch-up growth
Open this folder and view contentsEnergy cost of communicable diseases in infancy and childhood
Open this folder and view contentsEnergy-sparing mechanisms: reductions in body mass, BMR and activity: their relative importance and priority in undernourished infants and children
Open this folder and view contentsThe desirable upper limits of energy intake in childhood: Short- and long-term consequences
Open this folder and view contentsLong-term developmental implications of motor maturation and physical activity in infancy in a nutritionally at risk population
Open this folder and view contentsTemperament, activity and behavioral development of infants and children
Open this folder and view contentsThe cultural regulation of infant and child activities
Open this folder and view contentsShort- and long-term effects of low or restricted energy intakes on the activity of infants and children
Open this folder and view contentsThe relationship between undernutrition, activity levels and development in young children
View the documentIndicators for the extent to which energy requirements are being met in infants and children
View the documentImplications of new knowledge for recommendations of energy intakes
View the documentImplications of new knowledge for the prevention and treatment of PEM in infants and children
View the documentImplications of new knowledge for the prevention and treatment of obesity in infants and children
View the documentNeeds and priorities for research and action from the physiological point of view
View the documentNeeds and priorities for research and action from the behavioral point of view
View the documentNeeds and priorities for research and action from the point of view of policy
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