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Best compromise nutritional menus for childhood obesity
Childhood obesity is an undeniable reality that has rapidly increased in many countries. Obesity at an early age not only increases the risks of chronic diseases but also produces a problem for the whole healthcare system. One way to alleviate this problem is to provide each patient with an appropriate menu that is defined by a mathematical model. Existing mathematical models only partially address the objective and constraints of childhood obesity; therefore, the solutions provided aredoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0216516 pmid:31978089 fatcat:kggzpaplkjholast4a6u6zq73i