Nutrition is an overused word

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NUTRITION is an overused word Nutrition is an overused word as much as Princess Diana was most photographed. It is something that is so important, yet, we know so little about. It is something that has been spent so many years on in studies, yet, given nothing more than a smirk by some people. Nutrition is a subject that hasn’t been given enough thought by most. In a world where time is of essence, few dare to stop and think about health-related issues. Awareness on the proper diet is as…

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nutrition weight loss

nutrition weight loss

NUTRITION WEIGHT LOSS Knowing the most common nutrition weight loss taboos. You have subscribed to the best nutrition weight loss magazines and have practically borrowed all the books containing that topic from the local library in the hope of achieving the desired weight naturally. Shopping for groceries takes longer than usual as you thoroughly go over all the food labels. You probably think you should earn a medal or something for being a nutrition weight loss expert, but are you sure you are doing and eating the right stuff? Experts…

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Nutrition bars – the good and bad sides

NUTRITION BARS – the good and bad sides From frozen pizza, to microwave popcorn, to nutrition bars … What will they think of next? Our great uncles and aunts would have shaken their heads in disbelief too if someone had presented them with these nutrition bars. Nutrition bars can take the place of a regular meal. Bars which include energy bars, protein bars, and diet bars among others, were basically manufactured to help people who have to maintain healthy weights and on constantly work out activities meet their meal requirements.…

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Choosing nutritious foods

Choosing nutritious foods Everyday we have lots of choices about what to eat and drink. Discretionary foods are higher in saturated fat, added salt, added sugar and kilojoules. nutritious foods. The Australian Dietary Guidelines, recommend that we choose widely from the Five Food Groups and limit discretionary foods that are higher in saturated fat, added salt and added sugars. Discretionary foods have become easier, cheaper and more attractive choices than ever before. Recent surveys of Australian eating patterns tell us that we are choosing discretionary foods and drinks too often and…

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