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Anthropometric profile , physical activity and Dietary habits among female university students

@inproceedings{Arrab2017AnthropometricP,
  title={Anthropometric profile , physical activity and Dietary habits among female university students},
  author={Mervat Moustafa Arrab and Nanees A. Ismail and Meshiel Alalyani},
  year={2017}
}
This paper explores the anthropometric profile (height, weight, body mass index, body fat percentage, waist hip ratio, waist circumference and visceral fat) and dietary habits among female university students of college of Applied medical Sciences. Data collected from (N=162) girl students in 2016. We found that 34.5 % of students had high body fat percent and 26.2 % had very high body fat percent which revealed that WC is a good indicator of abdominal obesity. 16.7 % of students never ate meat… 

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