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Center For Weight And Health, U.C. Berkeley Education Tools and Materials. for physical activity, nutrition health promotion. Copyright Disclaimer. For health Professionals Working with Adults. For health Professionals Working with Youth . http://www.cnr.berkeley.edu/cwh/resources/educationtoolsint.shtml
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Extractions: Part 1 Part 2 Gittleman, Ann Louise, MS, Beyond Pritikin , 1980, Bantam Books, New York, NY Enig, Mary G, PhD, Trans Fatty Acids in the Food Supply: A Comprehensive Report Covering 60 Years of Research , 2nd Edition, Enig Associates, Inc, Silver Spring, MD, 1995, 4-8 Castelli, William, Arch Int Med , Jul 1992, 152:7:1371-1372 Hubert H, et al, Circulation , 1983, 67:968; Smith, R and E R Pinckney, Diet, Blood Cholesterol and Coronary Heart Disease: A Critical Review of the Literature , Vol 2, 1991, Vector Enterprises, Sherman Oaks, CA Rose G, et al, Lancet "Multiple Risk Factor Intervention Trial; Risk Factor Changes and Mortality Results," JAMA , September 24, 1982, 248:12:1465 "The Lipid Research Clinics Coronary Primary Prevention Trial Results. I. Reduction in Incidence of Coronary Heart Disease," JAMA, 1984, 251:359 Kronmal, R, JAMA , April 12, 1985, 253:14:2091 DeBakey, M, et al, JAMA Lackland, D T, et al
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Extractions: The Best Sports Supplements By Davey Dunn Every athlete is looking for that extra edge to give them an advantage over their competition and sports supplements have become extremely popular as a result. The only question that most people are faced with is which one. There are many different products on the market all claiming to improve performance and it can be tough to know which supplement or supplements are the best. This article is an attempt to identify the best supplements that will help improve the overall performance of virtually any athlete in any sport. The easiest way to understand supplements is to look at them in terms of what they can do for your body. You can separate most supplements into either Performance Boosters or Raw Material. Performance Boosters means a supplement that will directly increase your performance as in the case of a stimulant that will increase your energy during an event. Raw Material refers to a supplement that is used by the body to help you recover from the physical stress of competition or training as, for example, a protein powder that is used by the body to build muscle. The rest of this article will examine the best sports supplements categorizing them as either Performance Boosters or Raw Material. CREATINE exploded onto the market in the mid 90's and quickly became one of the most popular sports supplements of all time. There is good reason for the popularity of Creatine since it has been extensively researched with very favorable results. Numerous studies have shown Creatine to be extremely effective at increasing power and strength which are the requirements of most sports.
Extractions: Weight Loss Products: Which Ones Work Best? 2002 Edition By Davey Dunn Are you still looking for that magic pill to transform your body? Two years ago we ran the first Weight Loss Products: Which Ones Work Best? article and the response was incredible. Apparently there are quite a few people out there searching for for an answer to being overweight. As we informed you in the first article there is no such thing as a "magic pill" for weight loss but there are some excellent natural ingredients as well as some pretty good products that can make losing extra bodyfat much, much easier. The most appropriate phrase that comes to mind as I write this update to the first article is that the more things change the more they stay the same. While there have been some new natural ingredients to surface over the last few years the ones that are still the most effective according to the available research are pretty much the same ones we reviewed in the first article. As far as products go there have been many new additions on the market but again, as with the ingredients, many of the products that ranked high two years ago are still the best products today. The biggest change you will notice in this updated article is that it is a lot more comprehensive. We received a lot of questions after the first article on other products that were not included. This time we tried to include as many ingredients and products as we could find. As in the first article we review the ingredients based on the results of thousands of research studies and determine the ones that have the most positive evidence for being used in a weight loss supplement. After determining which ingredients work best it is fairly easy to determine which products should work the best and, as in the first article, the more red stars means better the ingredient will work for losing bodyfat.
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Extractions: Many employers have incorporated health promotion and wellness programs into their health care plans, program events, health centers, or hospitals within the Workplace to enhance the health and well-being of their employees and their families. For many Workplaces this provides an added incentive for employees to stay, increases morale, and reduces absenteeism and injuries. Other Workplaces have received incentives from their contracted health care providers to add health promotion programs to the menu. Many managed care organizations have found that health promotion programs have reduced overall usage of health care in the long run. Therefore, the programs reduce health care costs for both corporations and employees. In a study funded by the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention's Workplace Managed Care program, ISA Associates' early findings clearly indicate that the addition of substance abuse prevention materials to Workplace health promotion offerings can lead to improvement in substance use attitudes and behavior without diluting the impact of the health promotion offering. Further, stress management programs may achieve improvements in substance abuse attitudes and behavior even without including explicit substance abuse prevention materials (Hersch et al., 1998; and Cook, et al, 1999).
Region 4 georgia. Rebecca Freeman, MPH, RD, LDN Director of nutrition Services DurhamCo health Dept 414 E Main St Durham, NC 27701. (919) 5607783. http://app1.unmc.edu/citymatch/Members/Region.cfm?FED_REGION=4
Extractions: Subscribe ... Register Now It's Free! Log in E-mail preferences Site Index Search: Site Yellow Pages Customer care ajc.com Nation/World Metro ... Personals ajc services Archives Advertise online Advertise in print Obituaries ... Sitemap Print edition Today This week A1 image E-mail News Sign up for our Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA Overview Uses Dietary Sources Available Forms ... Supporting Research Overview Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an omega-3 fatty acid that is essential for the proper functioning of our brains as adults, and for the development of our nervous system and visual abilities during the first six months of life. Lack of sufficient DHA may be associated with impaired mental and visual functioning as well as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children. Low levels have also been associated with depression and Alzheimer's disease in adults. Our bodies naturally produce some DHA, but in amounts too small and irregular to ensure proper biochemical functioning. Therefore, preformed DHA must be consumed in the diet through foods such as cold water fatty fish or in supplement form in order to assure an adequate supply. Uses Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Research has identified the impact of low DHA levels on ADHD (and possibly other learning, health, and sleep problems) in children. However, studies have not yet been conducted to determine whether supplementation with DHA is useful for the prevention or treatment of these conditions.
Extractions: Subscribe ... Register Now It's Free! Log in E-mail preferences Site Index Search: Site Yellow Pages Customer care ajc.com Nation/World Metro ... Personals ajc services Archives Advertise online Advertise in print Obituaries ... Sitemap Print edition Today This week A1 image E-mail News Sign up for our Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) Overview Uses Dietary Sources Available Forms ... Supporting Research Overview Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) is one of several omega-3 fatty acids used by the body. The typical Western diet is relatively deficient in omega-3 fatty acids compared to the diets of our ancestors. Our main dietary sources of EPA are cold water fish such as wild salmon. Fish oil supplements may also raise the concentrations of EPA in the body. Increased intake of EPA has been shown to be beneficial in coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, and inflammatory disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis. Uses Autoimmune Diseases The omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA, found in fish oils have been shown to modify the immune response and may be helpful in treating inflammatory autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.
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Extractions: Library ... Links ADAI Bibliography # MD 040 Please consult your local public or college library to obtain these materials. The ADAI Library cannot provide copies except to University of Washington faculty, students and affiliates for research and educational purposes. Updated 5/30/97 Highlights of the Surgeon General's report on nutrition and health. Alcohol Health Res World 1989;13(3):285-8 (ADAI jl). Malnutrition and tissue injury in the chronic alcoholic. A symposium. London, U.K., 16 October 1984. Alcohol Alcoholism 1985;20(2):87-249 (ADAI jl). Summary and recommendations for research needs on alcohol and nutrition. NIAAA Res Monogr Ser 1979;2:3-17. (ADAI bk) Call No: QP 801 A3 A418. Achord JL. Malnutrition and the role of nutritional support in alcoholic liver disease. Am J Gastroenterol 1987 Jan;82(1):1-7 (ADAI rp 01832). Achord JL. Malnutrition and the role of nutritional support in alcoholic liver disease. Am J Gastroenterol 1987 Jan;82(1):1-7 (ADAI rp 01832). Albert M, Butters N, Rogers S, Pressman J, Geller A. A preliminary report: nutritional levels and cognitive performance in chronic alcohol abusers. Drug Alcohol Depend 1982 Apr;9(2):131-42 (ADAI jl).
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Extractions: The Bureau of Primary Health Care, in support of the Presidential Initiative, has established six Migrant Health Coordinator positions at the regional level three on the West Coast and three on the East Coast with the possibility of new Midwest positions in 2003. Their major areas of focus are to identify areas with migrant populations that lack adequate access to health care, to work with locales to identify or develop potential applicants for new starts or satellites, and to provide technical assistance to improve access. The following positions have been created and, where indicated, filled and contact information provided. Coordinator Geographical Area Employer Contact Information Anne Powell AK, ID, OR, WA Northwest Regional Primary Care Association email@example.com Elia Gallardo CA California Primary Care Association firstname.lastname@example.org