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Age-dependent changes in dietary intake related to work output, physical fitness, and body composition


, : Age-dependent changes in dietary intake related to work output, physical fitness, and body composition. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 49(5 Suppl): 962-967

Observations in persons on age, sex and degree of adaptation to physical exercise show a substantial variation in dietary intake for energy and individual food items. Recommended daily allowances (RDA) for different population groups are still approximate and can serve only as general guidelines.


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