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Nutrient intake and growth in pre-school children. 1. Comparison of energy intake and sources of energy with growth



Nutrient intake and growth in pre-school children. 1. Comparison of energy intake and sources of energy with growth



Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 5(5): 287-298



Between May 1988 and April 1990, 153 healthy children 2 to 5 years old from Edinburgh were studied. A subset of 54 children were assessed twice, 12 months apart. Nutrient intake was estimated by the 7-day weighed inventory method. Anthropometric measurements included height, weight and skinfold thickness. Data were grouped by age and gender. Despite low group mean energy intakes of 80-85% of the current UK Estimated Average Requirement of energy, the children were apparently growing normally.

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