Articles About "Diet"
10 Easy Ways to Kick-Start a New Healthy Eating Lifestyle
There is a huge amount of sometimes conflicting, often confusing, nutrition and diet information available. Therefore, it's very understandable when people become discouraged about selecting an eating plan for themselves. Even scientific studies often contradict each other. How can we figure out... Body Wise - Eating Disorder Statistics
Today, eating disorders affect almost 5 percent of all young women in the United States, and as many as 15 percent of young women have unhealthy attitudes and behaviors about food. Most cases of eating disorders occur in women, with many reporting that their disorders started before they were 20... Adopting a Child in Britain
Assuming the introduction period has gone well, you can sooner or later expect to find yourself in your own home, with your new child or children. Alone. Panic! Why won’t she stop crying? Where’s his teddy gone? They let you watch what on TV?! Where’s the social worker? I’ve lost the foster... Parent Guidelines for Talking with Teenagers about War and Terrorism
Before talking with teenagers about war, parents should take time to think about the issue themselves and consider what it means to their family. Each family is unique, with its own special history and past experiences of loss, trauma and war. Let teenagers know that the decision to go to war was...
"Diet" in the News
Mom's Diet Linked to Risk of Preterm Birth
Pregnant women who eat a diet rich in vegetables, fruits and whole grains and drink plenty of water may have a lower risk of giving birth before their pregnancy reaches full term, a large new study from Norway suggests. Pregnant women in the new study who ate either a diet of fruits, veggies and... High-Protein Diet Raises Cancer Risk As Much As Smoking
People who eat a high-protein diet during middle age are more likely to die of cancer than those who eat less protein, a new study finds. However, for people older than 65, a moderate protein intake may actually be beneficial, and protect against frailty, the researchers said. They may make you... Diet High in Meat Proteins Raises Cancer Risk for Middle-Aged People
For people aged 50 to 65, a high-protein diet increased the risk of cancer fourfold, comparable to the risk associated with smoking -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Diet high in fruits, vegetables lowers risk of preterm delivery
A new study published in the British Medical Journal found women who consume a "prudent" diet high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains have a lower risk of preterm delivery.
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"Diet" in the Adoption Blogs
Death by Junior Mints
March 2, 2011, 7:01 am
My daughter, Elle, has reactive attachment disorder (RAD). She has been in therapy since she was seven and has been seeing an attachment therapist for the last two years. Her therapy is helping and the more time we spend on addressing her RAD behaviors and her relationships, she is getting... Whole Food Heaven
January 23, 2012, 10:13 am
So it's been about a week of whole foods, no preservatives, no high fructose corn syrup and I am grudgingly convinced that we might be on to something. Nothing big yet but definitely some noticeable differences. First, there were the two days of apparent withdrawal from all the gunk in their... The Detective Hat
November 22, 2011, 7:40 am
I've put my detective hat back on. It's crazy. It turns out that having 5 kids means that at any moment one of them is needing medical intervention, one is needing emotional support, and one is needing some disciplinary measures. I love the ever changing tapestry of life in a large...
"Diet" in the Adoption Forums
November 29, 2013, 12:03 pm
Our ad has had chronic diarrhea since she was born. She was on almentium for reflux from birth until @9mo. I switched her to regular similac with the doctor's approval when she transitioned to our home at 7mo. She has always been a good eater, and began eating solids @7 mo. There has never been any...
Oh the ODD!!
February 5, 2014, 7:37 pm
I use Nightaura method, on my ODD son, it works, but it is not with out alot of complaining.
My son was RXed with ODD and ADHD, but that was not really the issue it is was RAD manifesting itself as ODD and ADHD.
After 3 years of neurofeedback (which I highly recommend) and changing his diet...
Average Height of Guatemalans?
January 6, 2014, 7:08 am
My birth mother is about 4.5 feet?? She is widowed... so I am not sure about the father's height.
I am about 4 foot 9 or 10 inches? But that is probably because of my diet in America.
What is the Average Height of a Guatemalan Guy... just curious?:confused:
I think it is hard to find...
Stories About "Diet"
Joy and Heartache
Because of the events of my own reunion, I feel the need to advise anyone who is doing any type of adoption search, whether child or natural parent, to prepare yourself as much as possible for any...
"Diet" on Adoption.com
Pregnancy Diet - Adoption - Adoption.org
Would it be safe for me to go on the Atkins' Diet? (22 Jul 2003) How do insulin and the body react with other drugs? (22 Jul 2003) My 23 year old boyfriend, who has type 1 ... Should I continue with pregnancy? (20 Jul 2003) I am 41 years old, ...
Alcohol and Nutrition - Adoption Library. Articles ...
Preliminary research suggests that alcohol's damaging effect on the pancreas may be exacerbated by a protein-deficient diet (22). Brain Nutritional deficiencies can have severe and permanent effects on brain function.
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