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    Perhaps you’re looking to boost your physical performance; or maybe you want to drop a few extra pounds. What if you just want to learn how to eat healthier? When you’re in need of nutrition advice‚ who should you turn too? A registered dietitian? A nutritionist? Who’s the qualified nutritional professional? (Don’t forget to look up) Throughout this presentation‚ I’ll be discussing the terminology in the name; reasons why it should it should be regulated in Arizona‚ and impact it has to the public

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    by the perceived palatability of foods. Dietitians are health professionals who specialize in human nutrition‚ meal planning‚ economics‚ and preparation. They are trained to provide safe‚ evidence-based dietary advice and management to individuals (in health and disease)‚ as well as to institutions. Clinical nutritionists are health professionals who focus more specifically on the role of nutrition in

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    Have fat storage Body can only store so much....via gycogen Have to eat healthy carbohydrates Photosynthesis Plants / leaves stored carbohydrates. -glucose stored as startch Good carbs vs bd carbs Bad have a lot of starchbut no real nutrition Anything in excess. Stored in the form of fat Glucose in plants starch In animals glycogen In tge end in order tobe bsorbed in body it must be in form of glucse Glucagon and insulin control blood sugar are the hormones that control

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    “Importance of Nutrition” Cassie Hamilton November 18‚ 2012 SCI/241-Nutrition Mary Martin Nutrition plays a very important role in maintaining an overall healthy lifestyle and is especially important for young children. Many diseases can be reduced by looking at the nutrition label. For instance‚ one of the most common diseases among us today is diabetes which can be prevented by monitoring the amount of sugar intake. “A balanced diet can provide us with all the essential nutrients and minerals

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    NUTRITION This report focuses on nutritional health. Nutrition is often associated with healthy eating and dieting however it is actually the process of providing and obtaining food for the necessary growth and development associated with health and well being. Concepts with relation to nutrition. Food- Any nutritious substances that is eaten or drunk which is absorbed in order to maintain life and growth. Diet- A diet is the type of nutritious substance which is absorbed. E.g. Carbohydrates

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    Nutrition ( aliment ) is the provision‚ to cells and organisms‚ of the materials necessary‚ in the form of food (in the case of people) to support life. Good nutrition depends on a regular and balanced diet‚ because we need to feed our cells not only the quantities but also the right variety for its healthy function. The most famous Food Guidance is the Food Pyramid. 1.Common food groups A food group is a collection of foods that share similar nutritional properties or biological classifications

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    a condition of physical‚ mental‚ and social well-being and of absence of disease or another abnormal condition. Mosby’s Medical Dictionary‚ 8th edition. © 2009‚ Elsevier. healthy [helth´e] pertaining to‚ characterized by‚ or promoting health. Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine‚ Nursing‚ and Allied Health‚ Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders‚ an imprint of Elsevier‚ Inc. All rights reserved. healthy 1. a state of being in good health. 2. pertaining to‚ characterized

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    industrialization establishes itself‚ the more natural resources are being eradicated and murdered to death. More people are getting sick‚ more are dying‚ more are parted from their dreams. Everything just seem to vanish in an instant. Proper nutrition and its maintenance had been one of the most intriguing focuses in the world today. The determining factor in the total health of an individual seems to be a thing that is very hard to catch and get that even the most advance machineries cannot offer

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    found two interesting articles which are completely different‚ and yet‚ similar with its destination goal. The first talks about keeping an active lifestyle‚ like exercising‚ to extend life expectancy. Meanwhile‚ the other article talks about good nutrition being the best anti-aging solution. You may think that the answers from the articles were unsatisfactory or unadventurous; however‚ it is the hardest path to follow and the hardest to persevere. Are you willing to take the challenge? In this first

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    1 WHAT IS NUTRITION? Latin derivative‚ nutritio‚ nourish • “All  the  processes  involved  in  the  taking  in  and  utilization  of  food  substances  by   which growth‚ repair‚ and maintenance of activities in the body as a whole or in any of its parts are accomplished. Includes ingestion‚ digestion‚ absorption‚ and metabolism (assimilation). Some nutrients are capable of being stored by the body  in  various  forms  and  drawn  upon  when  the  food  intake  is  not  sufficient.” Tabers

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