Variations in Energy Intake Relative to Height Increment among Adolescent Girls
AbstractIt is well known that marked individual differences are encountered in the onset and magnitude of adolescent growth spurt, in either sex. Often these individual differences are attributed to socio-economic factors or to the nutritional factors, or to the malnutrition in the early chilhood. It is rarely recognized that considerable differences exist in respect of individual's capacity to respond to the rapid physical and physiological changes, that take place during adolescence.
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