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Dieta e hidratación en la prevención y tratamiento de la obesidad

  title={Dieta e hidrataci{\'o}n en la prevenci{\'o}n y tratamiento de la obesidad},
  author={Francisco J. S{\'a}nchez Muniz and Bernab{\'e} Sanz P{\'e}rez},
  journal={Anales De La Real Academia Nacional De Farmacia},
  • F. J. MunizB. Pérez
  • Published 20 October 2016
  • Medicine
  • Anales De La Real Academia Nacional De Farmacia
Energy intake and expenditure balance is nowadays accepted to be a determinant factor on body composition. Thus, solid and liquid adequate consumption have enormous importance to prevent overweight and obesity. In addition, the dietotherapy is considered the obesity treatment cornerstone, being critical the adequacy of water and non-caloric liquid consumptions to the subject characteristics, physical activity and kind of treatment to be followed. In this paper the mechanisms involved in food… 

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