List an brief explanation of some popular diets
Joint Support is a nutritional formula, designed to improve joint function and strengthen cartilage, ligaments, muscles and tendons.
The glycemic index (GI) is a measuring tool by which carbohydrates are ranked based on their effects on blood sugar.
In 2005 the USDA redesigned the Food Pyramid to incorporate individual lifestyle into the daily selection of food choices for healthy living.
Eating disorders involve serious disturbances in how a person eats and what a person chooses to eat.
The body is composed of water, protein, fat, and minerals. Methods that determine body composition essentially estimate body fat and lean body mass.
Body Mass Index (BMI) is an assessment of body weight relative to one’s height.
Maintaining or introducing a well balanced diet with a variety of foods helps reduce some of the risks associated with aging such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke and osteoporosis.
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