Published in Hematology Week, July 31st, 2006
In a recently published article, scientists in the United States conducted a study "to assess differences in dietary intake of overweight/obese subjects and sex-, age-, and height-matched controls and to identify dietary components associated with increased deposition of body fat."
"A convenience sample of 52 overweight/obese and 52 normal-weight adults matched for sex, age (1 year), and height (1 inch) were recruited from the local area. Dietary intake was assessed with the block 60-item food frequency questionnaire, physical activity...
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