Thin gruel in the face of the national child obesity epidemic
- This Dimension. // Canadian Dimension;Jul/Aug2014, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p3
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses various reports published within the issue on topics including the general impact of neoliberalism on local government, mayoral race of Olivia Chow, and urban infrastructure in Canada.
- Bon appetit! Faux, Karen // Nursery World (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);8/23/2011, Vol. 111 Issue 4276, p29
A description of the course "Nutrition in the Early Years: Getting the Balance Right," being offered by the London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) is provided.
- Dieting tempts you into eating junk food. // South Asian Post;12/9/2010, p13
The article offers information on the research regarding the possible intake of junk food while dieting, wherein experiments shows that rapid weight loss changes the ways the brain deals with stress which prompts dieters to eat fatty foods after they finish dieting.
- Never crave naughty foods again. AVANT, KIM // Charlotte Post;10/29/2015, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p1B
No abstract available.
- Can Unhappy Gut Bacteria Make You Fat? S. Z. // Mother Jones;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p51
The article examines how unhealthy foods cause immune system inflammation and ultimately weight gain, discussing how the microbial unbalance causes the growth of gut bacteria that produce a substance called endotoxin, which ultimately leads a disoriented metabolism and increased insulin production.
- Could I be addicted to junk food? // Men's Health India;Dec2014, p1
The article presents questions and answers related to food and vitamins on topics which includes effect of habitual junk food intake on the dopamine levels in the body and influence of Vitamin C on the body's metabolism which can result in weight loss.
- Your Brain on Junk Food. // Prevention;Feb2015, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p20
The article focuses on the results of various studies which show that fatty or sugar-laden food can affect the function of the brain and increase the risk of dementia, Alzheimer's disease, and depression.
- Cheetos and cancer. Freedhoff, Yoni // Active Living;Jan2011, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p5
The article discusses the finding of a study conducted by the National Cancer Institute which investigates the risk of eating junk foods and obesity for breast cancer.
- Fat Loss And Cheat Meals: Stop Cheating Too Much Too Early! Prasher, Shantanu // MensXP;10/22/2016, p1
The article explores several ways to avoid cheat meals, that are eating something that is not part of one's diet. Topics discussed include replacing cheat meals with â€˜re-feeding' meals; making sure that one do not take more than 30-45 minutes to finish cheat meal; and harms caused by cheat...