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For boys, it occurs later, at around 12 to 13 years. from foods that also provide nutrients, instead.
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throughout the life span, deal- ing with four dren and adolescents; adults up to pact of the interactions of nutrition, child care and nurturing on cognitive and.
Psychological, emotional, and social issues over the span of a human life can also influence diet and nutrition. For example, peer pressure during adolescence .