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J Clin Endocrinol Metab 40:367-372 48. Hytten FE (1980) Nutrition. In: Hytten FE, Chamberlain G (eds) Clinical physiology in obstetrics. Blackwell, Oxford, pp 165-192 49. DHSS (1984) Diet and cardiovascular disease. Reports on health and social SUbjects. HMSO, London 50. Belton NR (1985) Infant nutrition 1974-1984: a decade of change. In: Infant physiology and nutrition -the first year. Part I. Gardiner-Caldwell Communications, Macclesfield, pp 9-16 51. DHSS-(1974) Present day practice in infant feeding.

Hytten FE (1980) Nutrition. In: Hytten FE, Chamberlain G (eds) Clinical physiology in obstetrics. Blackwell, Oxford, pp 165-192 49. DHSS (1984) Diet and cardiovascular disease. Reports on health and social SUbjects. HMSO, London 50. Belton NR (1985) Infant nutrition 1974-1984: a decade of change. In: Infant physiology and nutrition -the first year. Part I. Gardiner-Caldwell Communications, Macclesfield, pp 9-16 51. DHSS-(1974) Present day practice in infant feeding. Report on health and social subjects 9.

Diet and Obesity 35 The Relationsbip Between a FoodstutJ (Sugar) and Obesity A diet can be unbalanced in respect of the various nutrients. For example, there is the somewhat uncommon situation of a deficiency of protein in the context of adequate energy, or alternatively an excess of fat, or inadequate minerals or vitamins. None of these, with the exception of excess fat, is directly related to obesity nor will it necessarily lead to obesity. Excess fat will predispose to obesity only if there is also an excess of total energy.

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