Consumo de bebidas para una vida saludable: recomendaciones para la población mexicana Beverage consumption for a healthy life: recommendations for the Mexican population

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Rivera, Juan A; Muñoz-Hernández, Onofre; Rosas-Peralta, Martín; Aguilar-Salinas, Carlos A; Popkin, Barry M; Willett, Walter C;
  • Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública
  • Journal: Salud Pública de México (issn: 0036-3634)
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  • Subject: alcohol | caloric beverages | fruit juice | sweetened beverage | leche | milk | beverage recommendations | water | café | jugo de fruta | México | Mexico | recomendaciones sobre bebidas | RA1-1270 | Public aspects of medicine | coffee | bebidas calóricas | bebidas azucaradas | agua fresca | agua | flavored water (agua fresca)

El secretario de Salud convocó al Comité de Expertos para la elaboración de las "Recomendaciones sobre el consumo de bebidas para la población mexicana"; la finalidad fue desarrollar lineamientos basados en evidencia científica para los consumidores, los profesionales d... View more
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