• Other Dimensions of Well Being

    Other Dimensions of Well Being

    Although good nutrition and physical activity are two key components of a healthy lifestyle, there are definitely other factors that contribute to well being. While it’s important to stay physically healthy, it’s also vital to balance your emotional and psychological well being in your daily life. Below are a variety of activities that many people

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  • Nutrition and Physical Activity FAQs

    Nutrition and Physical Activity FAQs

    Weight Management Q: I am an athlete training to decrease my body fat percentage, decrease my BMI, and increase lean mass. I would like to know the optimal meal plan you recommend. What type of meals should I eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? How many calories should I consume a day? Would I consume

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  • Working Professionals Health Condition

    Working Professionals Health Condition

    The lifestyle of working professionals is getting busier and busier and over time, this stress can take a physical toll on your body. The lack of time can lead to reliance on fast, convenience foods (versus cooking at home) or “vegging out on the couch” after a long day at work (versus going out for

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  • College Students Health Condition

    College Students Health Condition

    The days of the laid back college lifestyle are long gone. For many college students balancing academic and social responsibilities means day-to-day life is busier than ever and over time, this stress can take a physical toll on your body. A jam-packed schedule can lead to reliance on fast, convenience foods (versus sitting down for

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  • Nutritional Analysis

    Nutritional Analysis

    Breakfast Foods Cereals Hot Cereals Breads & Pastries Salad Bar Salad Dressings Fruits (raw and dried) Meats Cheeses Pizza Soups Grill Entrées Proteins  Sides Condiments and Sauces  Beverages  Desserts  Snacks Good nutrition is more than just the numbers. Healthy eating patterns are a result of skills and strategies for managing all types of food. despite

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  • Proper Portions

    Proper Portions

    In the 1950s an average meal of a cheeseburger, French fries and soda pop would be about 600 calories, slightly under one third of the total calories an average person needs in one day.  If you eat that same meal today, you’re likely to consume more than 1,200 calories in one sitting – over half

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