Relationship between Student Diet and Academic Performance

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   1.0   Introduction For many young adults joining university, it is a time of substantial change in social, economic and environmental surroundings.1 Currently, there is increasing advocacy for an emphasis on healthy lifestyle behaviours for student populations.2 Researchers have established that academic attainment plays a key role in an individual’s future health, wealth and social outcomes.3, … Read More»

Analysis of Food Choices

My favorite meal is one that we had yesterday for Sunday lunch, which is white rice, roast beef, carrots, and potatoes. This is a very typical meal when I go home to visit my family, we are from the country, so most everything is homegrown from our area. The only items from the meal that … Read More»

Analysis of Research into the Ketogenic Diet

Summarize the basic idea of the article in a short paragraph. The Ketogenic diet was originally called starvation therapy by two Parisian doctors in 1911. Starvation therapy was used on children and adults who claimed seizure symptoms were not as bad during treatment. Two Harvard physicians studied the effects of the starvation diet in epilepsy patients … Read More»

Annotated Bibliography: Risk Assessments in GMO Foods

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Topic: Gene modification as a biotech Question: how does the unintended effects influence the risk assessment in genetically modified food? Biotechnology is the technology applied principle of biology, chemistry, and engineering in manufacturing, pharmacy and biomaterial. This technology can use biological features in the chemical production, to get the new product that cannot … Read More»

Anthropometric Measurements and the Limitations of Assessment of Nutritional Status

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Introduction The use of anthropometric measurements in nutritional assessment entails the interpretation of physical measurement of an individual in comparison to standardised population reference values (Jelliffe, 1966). Anthropometric indicators can be used in assessing nutritional status at an individual level or in larger epidemiological studies (Sellen, 1998). As well as being applicable to … Read More»

Are Australian Children Iodine Deficient?

Introduction: Iodine is one of the essential trace element for the growth and development of human body. Insufficient iodine intake during pregnancy can cause still births, miscarriages, and other major neurological damages of the fetus (Zimmermann et al., 2008). Globally, Iodine deficiency is one of the important preventable cause of brain damage and mental retardation … Read More»

Arguments For and Against Selling Expired Food

Working in a grocery store, I have gained total access to the “EMPLOYEES ONLY” rooms in the facility. Of course customers pay no mind to what actually goes on behind these closed doors. Being on the other side, I’d be inhuman to not warn you of the things I’ve seen with my own two eyes. … Read More»

Arguments on Raw vs Pasteurized Milk

Due to its convenience and nutritional properties, milk and milk products are staples for millions of people across the United States. Though pasteurization was created to improve the safety of milk products, the recent legalization of raw milk sale and distribution has become more prominent. This uprising of raw milk advocacy has sparked debate over … Read More»

Association between Stress and Eating Habits among College Students

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Abstract Studies have shown that a significant proportion of university students globally suffer from stress. The purpose of this research is to examine whether or not stress has an effect on eating behavior among college student. A group of thirty college students at the age of 18 to 30 with BMI 22.7 ± … Read More»

Benefits of Leading a Healthy Lifestyle for Children

  Lucyanne Calver Unit one – Healthy living Healthy Lifestyle Leading a healthy lifestyle has numerous benefits, a few being: disease and chronic illness prevention, injury prevention, increased energy, healthy weight, good mental health and a prolonged life. There are many chronic illnesses and diseases, but below are six of the most common associated with … Read More»

Benefits of a Healthy Lifestyle

Start Living a Healthy Lifestyle How to become healthier? There are so many ways to incorporate healthy diets and exercises to maintain a healthy lifestyle but where do you start? There are so many different aspects that play into becoming healthier, such as, food and beverage intake, amount of activity a person gets, cost of … Read More»

Caffeine: How Does it Really Affect Us?

Caffeine: How Does it Really Affect Us? Caffeinated products such as tea, coffee, chocolate, and more, have been around for centuries, but as their popularity continuously increases, many persons have become concerned about the harmful effects these items may have on our health. Nowadays, parents warn their children that if they drink too much coffee … Read More»

Cancer Preventative Effects of Tea

Tea is a widely consumed beverage around the world and has received much attention regarding its potential health benefits. One such claim is that regular consumption of tea reduces the risk of certain cancers, specifically breast cancer. This is of interest since breast cancer was the second most common cancer in the United States in … Read More»

Causes, Effects and Treatments of Childhood Obesity

Childhood Obesity: A Modern Epidemic David B Meistrich Childhood obesity has been a problem across the globe for years now and it only seems to be getting worse. The effects of being an obese child are terrible on their health in their development and during adulthood. There are things that can be done to chance … Read More»

Causes of Obsesity and Success of Interventions

Identify the main cause of obesity. Provide examples of interventions, indicating briefly their degree of success. This essay will include the cause of obesity, interventions and how successful they are. An amount of body fat is pronounced as obesity. There are many causes of obesity, and it is mainly considered that the variation in body … Read More»

Causes and Solutions to the Obesity Epidemic

Poor eating habits and the physical health of 21st century human beings has become the centre of worldwide discussions. It is far more complex than merely understanding and using the nutritional information available. A mixture of an individual’s financial position, geographical location and will power are to blame but it seems as if unethical scientific … Read More»

Clean Food Health

The issues surrounding the laws of clean and unclean food have been heavily debated within the Judea/Christian circles for a long period of time. ‘Why should God be concerned about what we eat? The purpose of my research is to attempt to understand why these laws were set within the Old Testament and to compare … Read More»

Community Nutrition of Elderly Group

Nutritional Needs Reviewing the needs assessment for the Seniors of Nevada renders two major challenges for this group: Fixing the issues associated with food insecurity and similarly overcoming the challenge of diet changes associated with aging. Food insecurity presents as a major challenge due to the prevalence in the community. 18.8% of the Senior population … Read More»

Comparison of Animal and Plant Based Protein Diets on Weight Loss

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Research Proposal Draft study design and methodology Obesity is an increasingly common problem around the world caused by consuming more calories than are expended and excess energy is then stored as fat. The world health organization (WHO, 2018) found that there were more than 1.9 billion (39%) adults are overweight and 650 million … Read More»

Comparison of Weight Loss Companies

  REPORT Comparison of Weight Loss Companies (Weight Watchers vs Slimming World) An assessment on the most suitable diet plan for Fitness Mania’s health and fitness programme CONTENTS Terms of Reference   page 3 Procedures    page 3-9 Findings     page 10 Conclusion    page 11 Recommendations   page 11 Index     page 12 Bibliography    page 13-14 Appendices    page 15-16 Comparison of Weight Loss Companies (Weight Watchers vs Slimming World) Terms of … Read More»

Concepts of Nutrition

Nutrition assignment 1 Food Food is any type of substance that can provide nutrients for a person. This could be within any part of their diet such as carbohydrates, proteins, fats etc. It is defined by anything that can be ingested and metabolized into energy and body tissue by a living organism (1). A living … Read More»

Conseuqneces of Food Deprivation on Athletes

This paper explores four published articles that report on results from research conducted on online (Internet) and offline (non-Internet) relationships and their relationship to computer-mediated communication (CMC). The articles, however, vary in their definitions and uses of CMC. Butler and Kraut (2002) suggest that face-to-face (FtF) interactions are more effective than CMC, defined and used … Read More»

Cost Effective Strategies for Meeting Nutritional Requirements

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Objective Healthy lifestyle is what every individual wish for and food plays an important role in achieving it. Balancing the life’s needs and pleasures takes a lot of planning and having a healthy diet in such a limited budget can make it even worse.For the effective proposals to be made to ensure a … Read More»

Critique of Michael Pollan’s In Defense of Food Diet Book

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Diet Book Critique In Defense of Food Michael Pollan Abstract: It has long since been recognized that the Western diet has caused a dramatic increase in obesity rates in the United States. With processed and fast foods becoming the standard in this country, Michael Pollan argues in his documentary, In Defense of Food, that … Read More»

Developing a Nutritional Value Cookbook for Students

Create a cookbook for University Students with Nutritional Value Contents Abstract Introduction Response to brief Discussion Conclusion Critical Evaluation Bibliography Appendix I Appendix II Appendix III Appendix IV Appendix V Response to Brief The aim of this project was to develop the ability to design pages and general skills that concern designing and also to … Read More»

Dietary Analysis and Reflection

Diet Analysis Summary Final was very informative. It was nice to start the class out with a website that was very detailed but still interesting so you weren’t overwhelmed with the vast amount of information. It was easy to maneuver and find the information you needed. It is a very useful tool for an … Read More»

Dietary Comparison of Athletes

The nutritional requirements of the general population differ from those of athletes.  Basic recommendations designed for the general population include: following a healthy eating pattern throughout the lifespan, focus on an assortment of nutrient dense foods, limit calories obtained from sugar and fat, and decrease consumption of sodium.  A healthy eating pattern would limit trans-fat, saturated … Read More»

Dietary Intervention with Fish Oil: Effect on Lipid Profile and Blood Pressure

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   A Dietary Intervention with Fish Oil: To See the Effect on Lipid Profile and Blood Pressure in Healthy Individuals. Amy Bertham – 17035657     Abstract: This study measured the effect of fish oil supplementation on15 healthy individual’s lipid profiles (including HDLc, LDLc, total cholesterol and triglyceride) and blood pressure (systolic and diastolic … Read More»

Dietary Management and Proper Treatment Methods in Averting Development of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease in Infants

 Reference this Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Abstract Background: Gastroesophageal reflux (GER) takes place when stomach contents disrupt the condition of everyday life. Among other pathologic impediments, sleeping or feeding issues, failure to thrive, and continual respiratory disorders are apparent as well.6 Dietary management and proper treatment have been interconnected with the prevention of GER disease from negatively impacting … Read More»

Dietary Supplements: Infant Brain Development and Cognitive Enhancement

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Introduction Children nutrition during their first 1000 days is significant to their body development, especially for their brain development. adequate nutrition could be obtained from either breast milk or fortified milk. In further, an improved cognitive function has been observed in both term and preterm infants fed with breast milk when compared with … Read More»

Diet and Nutrition Case Study

Warda Abdulkadir Ahmed Diet and Digestion TAQ 1) Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Breakfast 2 Whole grain waffles (35 grams each) 2 tablespoons of peanut butter 1 sliced banana 500ml water Porridge Oats (45 grams) with 300ml of semi skimmed milk 1 Orange 500ml of water/fruit squash 2 slices of wholegrain bread/toast with peanut … Read More»

Diet Nutrition Weight

HEALING AMERICA’S POPULATION THROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF DISEASE AND NUTRITION: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH Introduction Though the United States is one of the most powerful nations on earth, as far as developing new fields of science and technology, the one area in which America does not dominate nor excel is health. Specifically, America is dying from illness … Read More»

Effect of Globalization on the Food Industry

  Introduction The food industry is a complex, diversified sector that enhances production, processing and distribution of the food energy consumed by the world’s population. The food industry is among the largest industries in the world because it not only plays a vital role towards everyone’s health but also because it employs billions of people; … Read More»

Effectiveness of Health Applications in Healthy Lifestyle Maintenance

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Research Question How successful are health related applications in maintaining a healthy lifestyle in University sport students? Methods Research Methods We adopted a mixed method approach using both qualitative and quantitative methods, this way we are able to compare the two. Our Quantitative data was collected from Online Based Surveys to see who … Read More»

Effect of Coffee on Health

That is the second most consumed beverage after water? The answer to that is Coffee. Commonly it is known as beverage consumed to relax and to make mornings easier. Although it is also known as an energy booster, to cure headaches, hang overs and allows one to go about their day after a restless night … Read More»

Effect of Vitamins and Dietary Changes on Dry Eye Disease

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Can Dietary Changes and Vitamin Supplements Improve Signs and/or Symptoms of Dry Eye Disease Introduction D Dry eye disease (DED) was first officially defined and classified in 1995, when the report of The National Eye Institute/Industry Workshop on Clinical Trials in Dry Eye was published. This was followed by the Tear Film and … Read More»

Effects of Artificial Sweeteners Consumption During Pregnancy on Infant’s Weight

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Artificial sweeteners (AS) are sugar substitutes that are in diet sodas and sugar free products. There is research being done on artificial sweeteners related to weight gain. Some studies have had results suggesting that there is an association between consumption of artificial sweeteners and an increased risk of obesity. The use of artificial … Read More»

Effects of Diet Management for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Introduction In patients with irritable bowel syndrome, how does diet management compared to no diet management affect symptoms related to the disease? Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a very common chronic gastrointestinal disorder that is believed to affect over 10% of the population. The disease is characterized by a number of symptoms including, … Read More»

Effects of Different Macronutrients

Carbohydrates How are they good for us? Carbohydrates are the body’s main provider of energy, glucose from carbohydrates provide fuel for the central nervous system and energy for muscles. Carbohydrates prevent the body from feeding on protein for energy which the body needs to make muscles. Using protein as a source of energy in place … Read More»

Effects of High Sodium Consumption

Sodium is an essential nutrient for our body, it is added to our meals, it is added to most all the food that you can think of—it is also known as table salt. There are good and bad effect of consuming sodium. Sodium can be used as energy in our body but consuming too much … Read More»

Effects of Intuitive Eating on Physical Exercise

Intuitive eating is an approach described as eating controlled by physiological hunger and satiety cues, rejection of dieting mentality and restriction, and unaffected by emotional cues or external factors. College students are a population of interest regarding intuitive eating due to an influx of sudden changes: newfound food autonomy, changes in physical activity level, and … Read More»

Evaluating Nutrition Information on the Internet

Critiquing Instructions Found on the Web: Choose one nutrition-related website from the list under Website A and one nutrition-related website from the Website B list (see page 3). Evaluate each of these sites by completing the chart below. Website A Website B Complete URL address // // Title of website Today’s Dietitian What is the source of the website? … Read More»

Evaluation of Weight Loss Intervention for Postpartum Weight Retention

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Postpartum Weight Retention:Self-ManagementEvaluation Project Introduction The prevalence of obesity has steadily increased, and presently more than one third of U.S. adults are obese (Groth, Stewart, & Smith, 2018). Over 34% of women are obese at childbearing age, and African American women have the highest rate (56.9%) of obesity among racial or ethnic groups … Read More»

Examination of the Efficacy of Dietary Supplements

What has led to the popularity of dietary supplements and is their success deserved? Surname: LU First name: YIXUAN Introduction The definitions of dietary supplements are varied from different countries which specify the scope of the term differently, and this essay presents a logical common definition of dietary supplements. Dietary supplements, the forms of which … Read More»

Examination of Nutrition of Pro Athelete Boxers

In this report, will discuss the nutrition of Pro Athlete Boxers. The reason why an athletic boxer is chosen is that they are an endurance athlete. Endurance means to endure an activity for a long period of time. Boxing is a high-intensity sport which uses the athlete VO2 Max.  Pro athlete boxers need a good … Read More»

Factors for a Balanced Diet

Anatomy and Physiology Nutrition can be described as “The intake of food, considered in relation to the body’s dietary needs” (WHO, 2018). To be healthy we should consume a balanced diet including foods from each section of the eat well plate. If you are not receiving the correct nutrition it can lead to health complications … Read More»

Negative Effects of Fast Food

Fast Food – The Recipe for Death What if I told you that these French fries that you are happily devouring will lead you to your death in 10 years? You will for sure consider me insane. Here are some real statistics to prove my point: according to The Telegraph, the National Institute for Health … Read More»

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is a series of birth defects such as physical, mental, behavioral and learning problems caused by the mother drinking alcohol during pregnancy. Kenneth Jones and David Smith at the University of Washington in Seattle officially identified Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in 1973 (Golden 1). The exact reasons certain fetuses are affected and others … Read More»

Food-based Recommendation to Support Health in Community-dwelling Older Adults

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   HSN743: Assignment 2: A food-based recommendation to support health in community-dwelling older adults: the impact of sugar on cardiovascular disease risks.   Cardiovascular disease (CVD) presents a significant challenge for the ageing population, as well as for those who seek to support this population, such as caregivers, health care systems and professionals. Structural and functional … Read More»

Food Frequency Questionnaires for Nutritional Assessment

Share this: Facebook  Twitter  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp   Introduction Diet plays a vital role in development; managing body weight; and disease prevention (WHO, 2018). Dietary intake assessment can assist in monitoring diet-disease relationship; assessing nutritional status; devising and evaluating recommendations/interventions; and in research (Cade et al. 2017; Kyle & Coss-Bu, 2010). Non-dietary methods, such as biomarkers, can accurately measure dietary constituents … Read More»

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