Rice Diseases by S. H. Ou

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For example, if you snack when you feel stressed or bored, or order fast foods with fries and soda when you need a quick meal, write that down. Use a food log to pinpoint eating behaviors you want to change. See “Dear Diary . ” in chapter 2 for tips on keeping a food log. Take the personal assessments in “Your Nutrition Checkup” throughout this book for a glimpse at what you do already. Set goals. Know what you want—perhaps a healthier weight or lower cholesterol levels. And be realistic. Change doesn’t mean giving up a food you like.

S. Department of Health and Human Services, Nutrition and Your Health: Dietary Guidelines for Americans (2000). ” or arthritis, your physician may advise weight loss even though you appear to have a healthy weight. ” above. The higher your RISK OF ASSOCIATED DISEASE ACCORDING BMI and waist measurement and TO BMI AND WAIST SIZE the more weight-related risk factors you have, the more likely you are to WAIST LESS THAN benefit from losing a few pounds. OR EQUAL TO WAIST GREATER THAN 40 IN. (MEN) OR 40 IN.

Know that women have some special nutrition issues, but what? □ Yes □ No Chapter 17, “For Women Only,” for sound eating advice for pregnancy, breast-feeding, and menopause. Want to slow down the aging process? ” for smart eating if you’re age “fifty plus” or if you’re caring for someone that age. ) Want to “max out” your sports performance? □ Yes □ No Chapter 19, “Athlete’s Guide: Winning Nutrition,” for ways to eat for your physical best: before, during, and after a workout. Feel uncertain about your own (or your teen’s) approach to vegetarian eating?

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