Nutrient intake variability and the number of days needed to estimate usual intake in children aged 13-32 months.
Padilha, Luana L; França, Ana Karina T D C; da Conceição, Sueli I O; Carvalho, Wyllyane Rayana C; Batalha, Mônica A; da Silva, Antônio A M.
Br J Nutr
; 117(2): 287-294, 2017 01.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28162108
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