Eating Frequency and Relative Weight in Children and Adolescents.

Evans, Erin Whitney.


  • Abstract: Identifying points of intervention to reduce the burden of childhood obesity is critical. Despite concurrent trends of increased childhood obesity prevalence and increased eating frequency, the role of eating frequency in excess childhood weight gain is not well understood. To clarify this relationship, we examined the cross-sectional and prospective relationships of eating frequency ... read more
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