A leading nutritionist offers his analyses of dietary requirements and their implications for medical and social problems. Bibliogsa series of eighty-two essays Jean Mayer ... Conversely, some extremely sedentary persons can be obese without being markedly overweight. Without ... First, there is some question as to how representative the insurance data are for the general population of the United States. ... defined variations in body structure are important not only in terms of defining obesity, but also possible in terms of longevity.
|Title||:||Human nutrition: its physiological, medical and social aspects|
|Publisher||:||Charles C. Thomas Publisher - 1972|