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Effects of foods on the weight of infants by the age of three years

, : Effects of foods on the weight of infants by the age of three years. Australian Paediatric Journal 14(3): 163-164

In 1974 a feeding survey of 396 infants was made throughout Tasmania. Subsequent weights were measured when the children reached 1 and 3 years old. There was no indication that overweight in children 3 years old was related to high energy intake of extra food by 3 months old, nor to the type of milk given by that age.


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