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Over and Under-Nutrition

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This lecture introduces the concepts of over and under- nutrition, discussing some of the causes and problems associated with obesity as well as introducing current approaches to weight management. It then moves to introducing under-nutrition and discussing causes and consequences with a focus on the developing world.

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