Energy Balance and Obesity

Dabney, Joe M.
April 1964
Annals of Internal Medicine;Apr64, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p689
Academic Journal
Comments on studies on energy balance and obesity. Method of measuring obesity; Link between physical activity and obesity and between physical activity and food intake; Metabolic cost of living; Metabolic obesity; Association of lipogenesis to obesity; Mobilization of fat; Question on the metabolic basis for obesity.


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