Body mass index - A measure of chronic energy deficiency in adults
Rowett Research Institute
FAO FOOD AND NUTRITION PAPER 56
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Chapter 1 Defining chronic energy deficiency
Chapter 2 BMI as a reflection of the body energy stores
Chapter 3 BMI as an indicator of CED
Chapter 4 BMI and factors affecting access to food
Chapter 5 Functional consequences of low BMI in adults
Chapter 6 Health and BMI
Chapter 7 BMI distribution in developed and developing countries