Food Zealotry and Youth

Frankle, Reva T.; Heussenstamm, F. K.
January 1974
American Journal of Public Health;Jan1974, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
A growing group of young people are adopting eating patterns which may lead to poor nutrition and/or conflicts with adults. Those concerned with preventive health care and education of adolescents need to know more about the major types of diets and what these involve in order to be able to work with the young people.


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