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Nutrition

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Junk Food

According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one-third of U.S. adult population is obese (Overweight and Obesity). The current situation also doesn’t bode well when it comes to young Americans and it is feared that most Americans may be obese by 2030, with 60 percent obesity rate in thirteen...

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Diet Analysis Essay

QUESTION 1 Part A. My recommended calorie intake is 2200 calories per day. Currently, based on the data in table 1 I am on average consuming 2486 calories per day. This means that on average I am consuming 286 calories more than is required. As I am eating more calories...

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Vegan Essay: Why Should You Go Vegan?

"Worldwide, around 60 billion land animals [10 billion in the USA] and 90 billion marine animals [18 billion in the USA] are killed and eaten every year" (Adapt). The purpose of this paper is to examine veganism by discussing the health benefits of adopting this way of life, and the...

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Estrogen in Drinking Water

Over the years, studies have been conducted to establish the effects of estrogen found in drinking water on human as well as aquatic health. Research has established that estrogen from oral contraceptives, especially Ethynyl-Estradiol or EE2 and excreted naturally occurring E2 finds its way into rivers and streams. However, the...

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Carbonated Drinks and Obesity Report

Over the years, lots of studies have been channeled towards the relationship between carbonated drinks and obesity. A study by Wolff (2008) identified that soft drink consumptions in the USA by young children was significantly associated to body overweight and obesity. Another study by Malik (2006) indicated that consumption of...

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Healthy Diet and Active Lifestyle Curriculum

1. Healthy Eating Curriculum Goals To ensure the children understand what is healthy eating To ensure the student know the effects of unhealthy eating A healthy diet is very essential for children and also everybody within the society. This is based on the fact that healthy eating helps in child...

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Diet, Nutrition, Health, and Illness: Cause and Effect

Diet is a significant factor that impacts people's health as well as preventing chronic illnesses (Health, Food, and Diet-Related Illnesses, 2009.) The subject is pertinent to everyone because everyone must consume food, and the choices people make about what they are eating plays a pivotal role in their current and...

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Nutrition Scientific Method

Abstract This paper looks at obesity as a significant health problem. It seeks to ascertain whether poor eating habits and sedentary lifestyles are the major cause of obesity. Data for the research was collected from ten individuals categorized into two groups of five each. The first group entailed the experimental...

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CDC: Obesity a Review

What Public Health Issue/Why? According to the CDC (2013) obesity, with particular emphasis on adult obesity, is a growing issue with approximately 35.7 percent or one-third of adults in the U.S. formerly labeled with obesity, and more individuals diagnosed each passing day. Further the deaths of individuals related to obesity,...

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Journey of Losing Weight

I learnt a lot about human behavior and psychology in high school but the lessons didn’t come in entirely pleasant circumstances. I had been taught as a child that what matters is how people are from inside but it was clear to me in high school that how we are...

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Genetically-Modified Food

Every year, Forbes list of the richest people in the world makes it seem like the number of billionaires continue to grow. The trend has particularly increased due to rapid advancements in internet technologies over the last two decades as well as globalization. Yet we are nowhere near the goal...

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Research Application to Reduce Childhood Obesity

Abstract The research project aims to further comprehend eating and exercise behaviors and to explore innovative methods that American children can use to avoid obesity or control it. Currently, “more than one in three American children and youth are overweight or obese”, (CDC 2012) with a much greater risk of...

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Common Alterations in Digestive Functioning

Crohn’s Disease is a fairly common inflammatory bowel disease that can affect any area of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract (Bornstein & Steinhagen, 2015). The main clinical signs of Crohn’s are pains in the abdomen, changes in stool consistency and frequency, frequent or unexplained fevers, and weight loss (Bornstein & Steinhagen,...

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Obesity Study in Bowling Green

The presence of educational centers in the community can play a significant role in initiating for positive change in the society. Such institutions tend to boast with better research platforms for facilitating effective practices in the society. In the context of the Bowling Green Community, there has been a tremendous...

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Obesity in America

Obesity in America is considered epidemic, and I have personally witnessed the impact of this. As a child growing up I was witness to the struggles of my parents to find their way to a healthy weight. This can be a great difficulty in Central Mississippi and the American South,...

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Cholesterol

Cholesterol is either produced by the liver or consumed, and it is a necessary substance for survival. It composes nerve insulation, cell membranes, and is needed for some hormone production. Consumption of cholesterol is unnecessary, as the body creates enough on its own (Ma, 2004). There are not different types...

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Maternal Nutrition During Embryonic Development

Embryonic development is wholly dependent on maternal nutrition. If the mother eats nutritious and well-balanced food, then the foetal growth and development will be robust and healthy, but if undernourished, foetal growth will be drastically affected leading to underweight infants at birth as well as possible developmental defects arising from...

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The Public Needs To Know

As a consultant on health and wellness, I would recommend that the national breakfast and lunch be supplemented with vegetables and fruits because they play important roles in reducing cases of bloat in the gut. Also, fruits and vegetables make people look young and youthful. In addition to that, they...

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Obesity in America Today

While obesity has not necessarily had an impact on me personally, I have seen obesity in my community and the impact it has had. People have difficulties with mobility and have to use wheelchairs or similar devices to get around. Having to have ramps to get into certain businesses or...

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Causal Analysis of Obesity in the United States

One of the leading issues in the United States today is that of obesity. Obesity can be defined as “Weight that is higher than what is considered as a healthy weight for a given height is described as overweight or obese” by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) (2015). The...

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