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Papers On Nutrition & Exercise
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Promoting Better Nutrition Among Poor Children
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A 25 page expansion of a 20-page paper with the same name. This one expands on the literature review and adds a specific program lesson plan. The focus targets families in West Harlem, New York, with children under five years old for the purpose of educating parents in better nutrition thus improving children's nutrition. Other objectives include providing parents with workable techniques; build a sense of empowerment among participants; positively affect long-term health by avoiding/reducing obesity and avoiding its complications; and have fun in the process. The health promotion education and intervention program is designed to increase poor mothers' awareness of the nutritional content of common foods; lead them to make better choices for food for their families; and provide them with workable, useable techniques to alter their families' eating habits. The long-range goal of the program is to reduce obesity rates, improve nutrition and to establish healthy eating patterns that will persist into adulthood and throughout children's full adult lives. Bibliography lists 35 sources.
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Promoting Better Nutrition Among Poor Children
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A 20 page paper outlining a health promotion effort targeting families in West Harlem, New York, with children under five years old for the purpose of educating parents in better nutrition thus improving children's nutrition. Other objectives include providing parents with workable techniques; build a sense of empowerment among participants; positively affect long-term health by avoiding/reducing obesity and avoiding its complications; and have fun in the process. The health promotion education and intervention program is designed to increase poor mothers' awareness of the nutritional content of common foods; lead them to make better choices for food for their families; and provide them with workable, useable techniques to alter their families' eating habits. The long-range goal of the program is to reduce obesity rates, improve nutrition and to establish healthy eating patterns that will persist into adulthood and throughout children's full adult lives. Bibliography lists 30 sources.
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Proper Nutrition And Good Health: Culinary Cause And Effect
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3 pages in length. More than one hundred years ago, just after the turn of the twentieth century, culinary science recognized the cause and effect of proper nutrition equating to good health. Although the extent of this knowledge may not have been as vast as it is today, that it was even a component of culinary in any way indicates a strong association between the art of cooking and the healthfulness it instills. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Psychological Consequences Of Athletic Injury Most Prevalent Among Male Intercollegiate Athletes
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14 pages in length. Forced withdrawal from a given sport due to injury represents one of the most important elements of the anger, depression and anxiety male intercollegiate athletes experience. The addiction of sports places a considerable amount of pressure for athletes who are injured, inasmuch as they are unable to partake in the sport they love or compete with others who are just as obsessed with it as they are. This myopic vision is impacted even more when an individual is forced to endure weeks or even months off the field for an injury that is looked upon as both nuisance and unfair. The writer discusses the psychological consequences of athletic injury most prevalent among male intercollegiate athletes. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
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Q&A: "Transition to Vegetarianism"
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This 5 page paper uses Rudolph Ballentine's book "Transition to Vegetarianism" as a basis for a question & answer session about the benefits of a vegetarian diet. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Questions in Kinesiology
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This paper provides an overview of responses to four questions in kinesiology, which focus on joint measurements, issues of flexibility and the use of a goniometer. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Questions Regarding Omega-3 Fatty Acids
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A 3 page paper discussing promotion of this dietary substance. Omega-3 fatty acids have been found to carry direct and specific benefits in disease prevention. The purpose here is to answer two questions about designating omega-3 as providing public health benefit: why governments should care, and how to increase public awareness and consumption. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Recent Success Of The Atkins Diet: Communication And Science/Research-Related Causes
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11 pages in length. The issue of weight loss is one that has all but consumed the minds – and bodies – of contemporary society to the point where people spend millions of dollars every year trying to shed unwanted pounds. That Americans are some of the heaviest people in the world speaks to this intense response toward weight loss, a quest for many that has found its mainstay in the ever-popular Atkins program. The success of this high protein, low carbohydrate diet is, indeed, founded in the validity of scientific research, however, it is also based in great part upon the tremendous word-of-mouth influence passed on by those who have realized tremendous personal success on the program. From celebrity endorsements to common man testimonials, eating the low-carb way has truly become one of the most powerful phenomenons of the twenty-first century and is anticipated to generate a total of thirty billion dollars in 2004 alone. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: TLCAtkinsD.rtf


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