TITLE

RELAÇÃO ENTRE O TEMPO EM FRENTE À TV E O GASTO CALÓRICO EM ADOLESCENTES COM DIFERENTES PERCENTUAIS DE GORDURA CORPORAL

AUTHOR(S)
Pelegrini, Andreia; da Silva, Rosane Carla Rosendo; Petroski, Edio Luiz
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
Brazilian Journal of Kineanthropometry & Human Performance;2008, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p81
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article cites a study on physical inactivity which counted an independent risk factor for chronic diseases and time spent in front of the television as one of the most widespread activities. It aims to investigate the association between time spent in front of the TV and energy spending among adolescents with unlike percents of body fats (%BF). It revealed that the greater the amount of time spent in front of TV, the greater the prevalence of inactivity and the greater amount of body fat.
ACCESSION #
30033661

 

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