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The term can refer to obesity brought on by general overeating of foods high in caloric content, as well as the oversupply of a specific nutrient or categories of nutrients, such as mineral or vitamin poisoning due to excessive intake of dietary supplements, or nutritional imbalances caused by various fad diets.
The Merck Manual - Malnutrition
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