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  • UK Diet & Eating Habits

    UK Eating Habits A Nutritional Overview Many of these dietary changes reflect current nutritional advice. Since the 60s we’ve been consuming fewer calories from household food (this doesn’t include eating out). However, there are an increasing number of people who are overweight or obese. The reasons for this are not clear. But there are a

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  • Teenage Eating Habits

    American Teenage Eating Habits About 42% of the nation’s 23 million teenagers eat five or more times a day, according to the “1998 Teenage Eating Study” by Channel One Network, New York. Slightly more than a third of teenagers eat four times per day. About one-quarter eat three or less meals daily. A typical teenager

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  • Super Size Portions Not Recommended

    Super Size Portions and Weight Gain Ignore Those Extra-Large “Value” Meals: Official Serving Sizes Are Small And Staying That Way As the economy slows and you start pinching pennies, think twice about opting to “super size” your fast food meals: Big meals may stretch your budget, but they’ll bust your diet. If you’re confused about

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  • Diet Super Foods

    Superfoods in Your Diet Garlic has been shown to lower cholesterol, boost the immune system, and help prevent heart disease. Oats are one of the best sources of inositol, which is important for maintaining optimum blood cholesterol levels. They are also extremely high in fibre, and can help to ease constipation. Tea, although it contains

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  • Sugar Substitutes

    The average American eats the equivalent of 20 teaspoons of sugar a day, according to figures from the most recent federal Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals (1994-1996). Nearly 60 percent of this intake, says the trade group The Sugar Association, is from corn sweeteners, used heavily in sodas and other sweetened drinks. Another

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  • Sodium Bad for Bones

    Sodium Risks for Bones Not only can all that sodium leave you bloated, a new study shows it also may be eating away at your bones. The study shows that high salt intake is linked to an increased level of urinary calcium, meaning the more salt you eat, the more calcium leaves your body. And

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