1998
DOI: 10.1590/s1415-52731998000200002
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Abstract: A, excess of protein, fat, vitamin C and iron (> 110%), and a normal adequacy

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“…However, it is known that the eating habits of adolescents are frequently inadequate. Adolescents often substitute meals with snacks of low nutritional value [ 29 ] and consume insufficient amounts of milk, dairy products, fruits, and vegetables [ 30 – 32 ], as well as large amounts of high energy-density foods that are rich in sodium and sugar, such as soft drinks and fast foods [ 31 , 33 , 34 ].…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…However, it is known that the eating habits of adolescents are frequently inadequate. Adolescents often substitute meals with snacks of low nutritional value [ 29 ] and consume insufficient amounts of milk, dairy products, fruits, and vegetables [ 30 – 32 ], as well as large amounts of high energy-density foods that are rich in sodium and sugar, such as soft drinks and fast foods [ 31 , 33 , 34 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the present study, a deficit in total energy intake among adolescent males was verified, different to the findings of Braggion et al [ 35 ], who observed energy intake below DRI values among both male and female adolescent athletes. Moreover, Kazapi and Ramos [ 30 ] observed a greater prevalence of restricted energy intake among female athletes than their male counterparts. According to Panza et al [ 36 ], many athletes who engage in different sports, especially female athletes, usually adopt dietary restrictions as a way to reduce body weight and optimize sports performance.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Sabe-se que este nutriente é uma importante fonte de energia para o corpo e que se não estiver presente em quantidades adequadas, outros nutrientes desempenharão seu papel, prejudicando o crescimento e desenvolvimento dos indivíduos (Demonte, 1998). Estes resultados são semelhantes aos encontrados por Kazapi & Ramos (1998), quando estudaram atletas adolescentes de natação.…”
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