Nutrition and Diet

Nutrition and Diet
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The carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins in the foods you eat are used for energy to power molecular, cellular, and organ system activities. Importantly, the energy is stored primarily as fats. The quantity and quality of food that is ingested, digested, and absorbed affects the amount of fat that is stored as excess calories. Diet—both what
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Kid’s Healthy Eating Plate

Kid’s Healthy Eating Plate
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The Kid’s Healthy Eating Plate is a visual guide to help educate and encourage children to eat well and keep moving. At a glance, the graphic features examples of best-choice foods to inspire the selection of healthy meals and snacks, and it emphasizes physical activity as part of the equation for staying healthy.   Building
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A Healthier Fast Food Diet

A Healthier Fast Food Diet
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Healthy Eating on the Run People are busier than ever, and when crunched for time, fast food is the go-to meal for many. It’s easy, cheap, and fast, but often not healthy. While it’s always healthier to prepare your own food at home, with a little forethought and planning you can avoid some of the
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Nutrients

Nutrients
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The focus on plant foods and fresh produce means that the Mediterranean diet contains many essential nutrients and food groups, such as: Healthful fats: The diet is low in saturated fat and high in monounsaturated fat. Health experts recommend limiting the intake of saturated fats to avoid high cholesterol, obesity, and cardiovascular disease. Fiber: A diet
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Diet and Weight Loss: Healthy Fat Foods

Diet and Weight Loss: Healthy Fat Foods
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Fish Naturally fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, herring, lake trout, sardines, and albacore tuna are good sources of omega-3 fatty acids. These are “good” fats that help keep your heart healthy. They may also help keep your brain sharp, especially as you get older. The American Heart Association suggests eating two servings of fatty fish
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