3.24 KINES126 - KINES126.1 Wednesday, March 24th, 1999...

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KINES126.1 Wednesday, March 24th, 1999 Announcements: Dr. Maney will be back on Friday. Assignment number two will be given back on Friday. Instructions for assignments four and five will be given on Friday. Lecture Notes: KIDS AND NUTRITION 30% of children are obese. The likelihood of a child who has one obese parent of becoming obese themselves is 50%. Their likelihood of becoming obese rises to 83% when they have two obese parents. Times during a person's life when fat formation is the highest During the last three months in the womb. During the first year of life. Bottle fed infants have a tendency to gain more excess weight than breast fed infants (this is because babies only drink as much milk from a breast that they need. People who feed with bottle have a tendency to give the baby the whole bottle, not realizing that they baby is full.) Adolescence At the time of puberty (about 12 years of age), females gain a lot of body fat. Females: 25% of total body weight is fat, compared to
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2008 for the course KINES 126 taught by Professor Maney during the Spring '99 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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3.24 KINES126 - KINES126.1 Wednesday, March 24th, 1999...

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