Nutrición | 20 JUL 15

Obesidad infantil e ingesta calórica

Los niños obesos reflejan interacciones complejas de la genética y otros factores, tales como el medio ambiente, sociales y factores de comportamiento, que afectarán a la ingesta y al gasto de energía.
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