Feit of fabel: aanleg om overgewicht te ontwikkelen - Coach & Erik & Jeroen


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In hoeverre speelt aanleg een rol in de kans op overgewicht? Coach Erik en Jeroen behandelen de meest bekende theorieën en gaan in de de rol van de omgeving en het biopsychosociaal model.

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