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Facteurs de risques alimentaires associés à l'obésité: surexposition masculine?

  • Alfredo Morabia
  • Luc Raymond
  • Albert Rieben
Nutrition
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Nutritional risk factors linked with obesity: excess exposure in males?

Abstract

Fatter subjects tend to eat less than leaner subjects. In males, it is associated with a lower proportion of glucides and a higher proportion of lipids in the energy intake. This is not observed in females.

Ernährungs-Risikofaktoren bei Fettleibigkeit: sind Männer exponierter?

Zusammenfassung

Fette Personen neigen dazu, mässiger zu essen als magere. Diese Tendenz äussert sich bei den Männern durch einen verminderten Kohlenhydrate- und einen erhöhten Fettanteil der energiespendenden Nahrungskomponents. Sie ist bei den Frauen nicht feststellbar.

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© Schweiz Gesellschaft für Sozial- und Präventivmedizin 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • Alfredo Morabia
    • 1
  • Luc Raymond
    • 1
  • Albert Rieben
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut de médecine sociale et préventiveGenève

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