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Eet- en gewichtsproblemen bij jongeren

  • Han C.G. Kemper
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Samenvatting

Zowel te veel als te weinig eten kan leiden tot gezondheidsproblemen en voor een individueel kind de kans vergroten op een gewichtsprobleem (Hills et al. 2008).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Han C.G. Kemper
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  1. 1.HilversumThe Netherlands

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