Relationship between physical activity, dietary intake and bone parameters in 10-12 years old Hungarian boys and girls.

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Summary of "Relationship between physical activity, dietary intake and bone parameters in 10-12 years old Hungarian boys and girls."

Physical activity (PA) and adequate macro- and micronutrient intake have favourable influence on the bone status. The aim of this study was to analyse the relationships among PA, anthropometric data, dietary intake and ultrasound bone characteristics in children.


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Name: Central European journal of public health
ISSN: 1210-7778
Pages: 10-16


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