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Adolescent nutrition, 2. Normal nutritional requirements

, : Adolescent nutrition, 2. Normal nutritional requirements. Canadian Medical Association Journal 129(5): 420-422

Nutrient requirements during adolescence are examined and it is concluded that they are directly related to the phase of growth and sexual maturity. Also individual requirements vary greatly according to activity and body size. Standardized dietary recommendations, such as those given according to age, should therefore be cautiously interpreted when dealing with individual children.

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