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A New Way To Improve Your Nutrition

A recent study found that over 80% of the public felt the need to improve their nutrition. This is not surprising considering the amount of news time devoted to the ‘obesity crisis’ and the concerns over spiraling health care costs arising out of chronic diseases such as diabetes. The study went on to say that most people did not have a clear understanding of what to do to improve their nutrition.

For NutritionInteractive the challenge of achieving better nutrition is viewed as a challenge of information and time.

NutritionInteracive.com has recently launched a dynamic website as a response to this need.

The NutritionInteractive ‘food finder’ is a food search engine that uses advanced internet technology to make it easy and fast to find foods that meet desired nutrition criteria. The website uses the ‘AJAX’ web technologies popularized by Google to supply amazing speed for the various steps required in building a new nutrition plan.

 

NutritionInteractive.com uses the USDA’s food nutrient database as the basis for our nutrition information. As well, we have added popular foods that are not in the USDA database such as ‘Splenda’. The key to the success of the NutritionInteractive nutrition system is the speed and ease of use. We have carefully arranged the foods in a logical hierarchy.

 

The use of a hierarchy helps us present lists of foods in the way people generally look for things. A simple example would be if you wanted to serve fish for dinner but couldn’t decide what kind of fish. We give you the option to look for general categories eg. ‘fish’ or more specific searches eg ‘salmon’. In this way we make it easy and fast to find foods and combine them into meals and nutrition plans.

 

Our users need to be able to get the necessary information to make sound nutrition choices in a very short time. We felt a large component of the nutrition challenge was one of convenience. We wanted a time challenged homemaker to be able to arrive at our site and within five minutes have a delicious and nutritious one week nutrition plan. This was, however, a considerable goal. The average meal has eight ingredients. If you are planning twenty-one meals (3/day for a week) you need to find and combine more than one hundred and fifty foods.

 

To achieve the necessary speed and convenience we built a food ‘search engine’ with the design goal of being able to find any food in just five keystrokes. This makes building recipes and meals very fast. We also added a revolutionary feature called ‘versioning’. With versioning you can make personal copies of any recipe or nutrition plan and make it the basis for your own version. Once you have your version, you are free to make any changes. The original remains unchanged. We keep track of the versions and so you can see the changes that other users make to ‘improve’ the base recipe.

 

The real power of the NutritionInteractive nutrition improvement system comes when you start building nutrition plans. A nutrition plan is one week of meal ideas. The theory behind a meal plan is that to effectively improve our nutrition we need to find a way to reorganize our eating habits. The nutrition plan does just that. Using the incredible speed of the ‘AJAX’ powered interface, you can build a nutrition plan with one full week of meals for an entire household in just a few minutes. Once you have built a nutrition plan, NutritionInteracive.com will automatically produce a shopping list so you can be sure to be able to purchase all the necessary food items in one shopping trip. You can also start with one of already built nutrition plans and modify to fit your nutrition profile.

 

Pat Capozzi has had a diverse background in food and nutrition. After opening several resturants he became involved as the director of development of one the leading food dot.coms.

This led to the formation of the next generation of nutrition site using the 'Ajax' Technologies.

pjc@nutritioninteractive.com

 

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A Healthy Guide to Good Nutrition

 

Whether you are at your ideal weight or striving to reach your weight goal is it simply a matter of burning more calories than you take in? The answer, I suggest, is no! Overall body health improvement as well as weight gain or loss must be factored in to the equation or you could be heading for problems. Correct nutrition can help to reduce the risk of a miriad of health-related problems, the most frightening of which are surely heart disease and cancer. Proper nutrition, however, entails eating many different foods, monitoring your consumption of some food and beverage items, and counting calories. Good diets offer balanced nutrition that reduces cholesterol, blood pressure, and helps with weight control.

 

To function properly, your body must have the correct combination of nutrients:

Carbohydrates. They are the primary source of ammunition in your diet. The body uses carbohydrates to build glucose which can be used immediately or stored in your body for later. Too much glucose, however, is stored as fat. There are two types of carbohydrates - simple and complex. Sugars are simple carbohydrates. Starches and fibers are complex carbohydrates.

 

Proteins. Proteins help your body build and maintain muscles and other tissues. They also function in the creation of hormones. Like carbohydrates, excess protein is stored as fat. Animal and vegetable are the two major types of proteins. Too much animal protein can cause high cholesterol, as it is high in saturated fat. Fat. Strange as it may seem; fat is another nutrient your body requires. It comes in both saturated and unsaturated forms. Saturated fat puts you at risk of health problems. Unsaturated fat is healthy, but if it goes through any type of refinement process, it can become saturated fat.

 

For example, vitamins A, C, and E, also called antioxidants, can assist with the prevention of coronary artery disease by keeping build up from occurring on artery walls. Vitamin B-1 is needed for digestion and proper nervous system function. Vitamin B-2 is needed for normal cell growth. Vitamin B-3 helps to detoxify your body. Folic acid assists with production of red blood cells. Vitamin D assists with the absorption of calcium. Vitamin K helps your blood clot.

 

Minerals and trace elements. These are another nutrient your body requires. Both are used in many different body processes. Minerals like chlorine help make your digestive juices. Phosphorus helps build strong bones. Both can be found in the foods we consume, but with a trace element, your body just needs a tiny amount. Salt is one final nutrient your body requires. You should not consume more than 2400 milligrams per day, though, as it might raise your blood pressure.

 

You should follow several guidelines to create a well balanced, nutritional diet. First, try to consume two and one half cups of vegetables and two cups of fruit each day. When making your selections for each day, be sure to choose a good variety. A good rough guide is to eat as many different colors as possible, this will help you to select from all five vegetable subgroups at least four times per week.

 

You should eat at least three ounces of whole grain products each day. At least half of your grain intake should be whole grain based. Milk should also be part of a healthy diet. Consume at least forty-eight ounces of low fat milk or milk products on a daily basis. Your total fat intake should only be between ten and thirty percent of your calories. Most of the fats you consume should be in the form of unsaturated fats, as saturated fats can do much to damage your health. Meat, poultry, dry beans, and milk or milk products should all be lean, low-fat, or fat-free. Less than ten percent of your calories should come from saturated fats, and you should always try to avoid trans-fatty acid.

 

Fiber-rich fruits, vegetables and whole grains should be a regular part of your diet as should potassium rich foods. Alcoholic beverages should only be consumed in moderation.

Excellent nutrition is the basis of a healthy diet.

 

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Untold Nutritional Secrets

 

A good understanding of nutrition and how to use the information will be extremely rewarding for anyone. We can all prevent disease and fight infection utilizing a powerful medicine 'Food' Using nutrition and supplementing your diet is the key to fat loss and muscle gain. Have a look at these Nutritional Secrets and discover how to stay disease free, feel great, look good and live longer.

 

Vitamins. These are also required nutrients. Different vitamins perform different tasks within the body. They can work with the metabolism to help with energy levels for any task you can think of that you need your body to perform. It has also been noted that certain vitamins can prevent disease.

 

Lets take a look:

How Much Protein Do I Need - Protein is a normal part of out diet; a nutrient widely distributed among animal and plant foods, and it plays many essential roles in the body. Dietary protein has two possible fates - it can be either used in growth and repair or burned for energy, like carbohydrate and fat. Sedentary person: 0.75 grams/lb/day, Recreational athlete: 1.00 grams/lb/day, Serious athlete: 2.00 grams/lb/day.

 

Protein Cycling - Since strength training greatly increases the rate at which protein is broken down in the body, it follows that 0.75gms per Pound is inadequate. On the other hand to increase the intake of protein to say, 3.0gm per Pound straight away would trigger mechanisms to eliminate the excess protein.

 

One way to overcome this is to increase the protein in steps until a maximum efficiency point is reached and then it is drastically reduced. This obliges the body to compensate by increasing the efficiency for the absorption of protein and amino acids. Why Carbohydrates? - Carbohydrates supply energy to out body, fibre for prevention against disease and taste and texture to food, they are found in cereals, potatoes, fruits and vegetables. Recommended: 4 to 12 grams/lb/day. Over the last 30 years, research into food and blood glucose response has completely changed our carbohydrate classification system.

 

It has been learned that it is impossible to predict the impact on blood glucose levels by certain foods, instead people are fed carbohydrate foods and the response measured. This response is known as the Glycaemic Index (GI), it is a measure of how quickly carbohydrate foods are digested and absorbed, as indicted by elevated blood glucose. The slower the rate of blood glucose increases the lower the GI.

 

Super Foods - In the food industry super-foods are called "functional foods". These foods provide a health benefit beyond the simple provision of nutrients or energy, and usually target a specific disease or condition. In most cases media headlines about the disease-fighting capacity of foods are hyped up versions of current research reality. Below is a summary of what some super-foods can and can't do for you.

 

Vitamins and Minerals - In general an adequate intake of vitamin and minerals can be achieved with a balanced diet. However, there may be a strong rationale for supplementation in specific nutrients. Herbals - The latest herbal super-stars include Echinacea, gingko, and St John's Wart. They don't pitch themselves as lifesavers, but more as life-maximizes, helping you to get through the day with less disruption from colds, memory failures, blue moods, and more.

 

Supplements - To supplement or not to supplement, that is the question on more consumers' lips than ever before. There are various reasons why people may be interested in supplementation. Concern about getting adequate nutrients from our food supply. A Suspicion of pharmaceuticals and a belief that diet alone will not achieve optimal nutrition. Studies suggest that a number of supplements may deliver on advertising claims. However, consumers can spend large sums of money on products that have little or no proven efficacy.

 

The Bottom Line On Supplements - your diet that might achieve your goals but choose only products that shows the amount of active ingredients on the label. Be aware that "natural" does not mean 'safe'; some herbal supplements may have unpleasant side effects. Don't treat serious medical conditions yourself. Discuss supplement use with your doctor. If you are pregnant or are breast-feeding consult a doctor before taking supplements.

 

Only Eat the Good Fats - Eat the good fats and feel and look great, Authorities now agree that fat is essential for maintaining optimal health. If good healthy skin and fast metabolism is what your after then you must eat some fat. The good fats are found in fish, nuts and seeds, avocados and cold pressed oils. Avoid fried foods and saturated fats as these raise cholesterol and clog arteries.

Eat A Variety Of Foods - For protection from the majority of illnesses such as heart disease and cancer you need a variety of foods that deliver that mix of nutrients and minerals. Aim to eat different coloured fruits and vegetables.

 

Try to eat a different food each month. Eat an apple a day as the apple pectin cleanses the body's digestive system by removing toxins and therefore preventing degenerative health problems such as cancer. In conclusion, I am sure if you can apply even just a few of these tips to your everyday eating habits I am pretty sure you will see the results in the not to distant future.

 

Gary Matthews is the author of the popular fitness eBooks Maximum Weight Loss and Maximum Weight Gain. Please visit http://www.maximumfitness.com right now for your 'free' weight loss or muscle building e-courses.

 

Think Nutrition in 2006

Food, it does the body good. It is the fuel that improves performance.

Most clients always want to talk about food and meal preparation. The problem is they never want to prepare.

Most of them look at preparation as ordering from a menu in a restaurant or at the drive-thru.

Take a deep breath. Relax. Let me open up a whole new world called meal planning.

If you are even remotely serious about your health and fitness, then you must make good choices about what you are putting in your mouth.

 

I am a firm believer in not restricting my clients or my readers so severely they loathe the thought of sitting down for a meal. I am of the mindset you can still eat what you enjoy and be fit. You may have to learn to eat a few new things, however.

I don’t want to overwhelm you in one sitting. So, let’s begin the New Year with my top 7 “Hip-Bits” for improving the fuel you are putting into your “tank.”

 

7) Lets begin with sweets.

I actually have a friend who eats dessert first. She orders a dessert first at a restaurant. Now, according to her she does this to control the amount she eats. When she goes out, she focuses on what dessert she wants, then orders and eats it first…usually about half of it. Hey, works for her.

 

I like part of this strategy. I think you should have certain sweets you crave or are your “targeted sweets.” Then you can pick certain nights to have them. This way you know you will get that favorite cookie, ice cream or piece of pie. If you are trying to lose weight you are going to need to be a little picky about what sweets you eat and how often you are eating them.

 

Have “dessert night or nights.” You could even plan at the beginning of the week what dessert will be on which night.

This will give you a sense of control and allow you to indulge your sweet tooth at the same time.

 

6) Eat slowly.

This is one I really need to work on. In the past I would be done with my meal before my wife finished saying grace...just kidding. I did eat fast though.

You will eat more if you eat fast. Your brain will not “decide” it is full until you have inhaled everything on your plate.

Enjoy the experience. Have a conversation with someone at the table. Savor the food and the moment.

Set a time limit. You have to eat for 20-25 minutes, for example. Try this, it works!

 

5) Plan your next meal after you are done eating.

First of all, you are full.

You are most likely in the kitchen and can take a survey of what you could potentially eat.

Now, you may have already planned your next meal, but maybe you want to tweak it based on what you just ate.

If you ate too much or decided to go with the cookie at lunch, you will need to adjust the next meal anyway.

 

4) Figure out the difference between being hungry and wanting to eat.

If you eat every 3-4 hours throughout the day, you won’t be “starving” all the time.

You will realize you are fueling the body, that you are diligently working out and this food is feeding your muscles, brain and nervous system.

 

3) Three meals and 3 snacks a day.

That is, Breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a snack in between. If you stay up and “play” on the computer late at night, a light snack that is “protein laden” is o.k.

Stick with the protein and carbohydrate ratio you will see in the next “Hip-Bit.”

Planning your next day’s meals after your last meal of the day is fun. I recommend writing them down, but you can at least get an idea in your head.

 

2) 2.5 to 1 carbohydrate to protein ratio. (2.5 grams of carbohydrates for every 1 gram of protein).

For example, a meal would have 25-30 grams of carbs and 10 grams of protein.

Proteins are basically meat, fish and nuts. Carbohydrates are basically breads, pastas, fruits and vegetables.

If you are exercising on a daily basis, your muscles will need fuel in the form of protein and carbohydrates.

Don’t be afraid of the carbs; they will help with recuperation and your energy needs.

 

1) Change your mindset about eating.

Food is fuel for the body, it makes it go-just like gas for a car.

If you put in the wrong type of fuel or don’t put in enough fuel, your body will not operate properly.

Look at food as the fuel to help you reach your fitness goals. Feed it well.

 

Bonus:

Drink plenty of water.

Your entire body is made of water. It is a great fuel for the body.

Water helps you eliminate wastes from the body.

Water will help with your energy levels by keeping you hydrated.

If you exercise daily, I recommend drinking 0.5 to 1 ounce of water for every pound of bodyweight.

Eating can be pleasurable. Just give it a little thought.

Have fun with your meal planning in 2006!

 

John B. Perry, P.T., C.S.C.S. is a fitness and biomechanics enhancement expert. He writes a weekly newsletter, writes e-books and articles, produces fitness videos and performs seminars and teleseminars on Health, Wealth and Fitness. He can be found at http://www.hiptobefit.com and you can contact him at info@hiptobefit.com.

 

Vitamins: Nutritional Essentials

 

Although the U.S. has the most plentiful food supply in the world, it's sometimes difficult to get all of the nutrition our bodies need. Our hectic lifestyles cause us to eat out more and buy more prepared foods to eat at home. We eat fewer fresh fruits and vegetables and a greater quantity of nutritionally deficient snack and fast foods than did our parents' generation.

 

To ensure that we're consuming all of the nutrition our bodies need, it's often wise to take a vitamin supplement. Vitamins can fill in the nutritional gaps and shore up our immune systems and stamina. Some vitamins and minerals even act as weight loss pills, by stimulating the body's fat-burning mechanism. Although it's ideal to consume vitamins through the foods you eat, vitamin supplements can serve to bridge the gap and provide a safety net for those times when you have to grab a bite on the run.

 

According to the National Institutes of Health, thirteen vitamins are essential for our bodies to function: A, C, D, E, K and the eight B vitamins. Here's the lowdown on eleven of the essentials:

 

Vitamin A is important for vision, reproductive function, and normal cell reproduction. Beta-carotene, a precursor to Vitamin A, helps to fight disease-causing free radicals. Vitamin A is found in milk products, organ meats, and fish oils. Beta-carotene is found in colorful vegetables, such as carrots, broccoli, spinach, and sweet potatoes.

 

Vitamin B-1 (thiamin) processes carbohydrates into energy and is necessary for nerve cell function. Breads and cereals are often fortified with thiamin, though it is also found in whole grains, fish, lean meats, and dried beans.

Vitamin B-2 (riboflavin) helps the production of red blood cells and is important for growth.

Vitamin B-3 (niacin) helps control cholesterol, processes alcohol, maintains healthy skin, and converts carbohydrates to energy.

Vitamin B-5 (pantothenic acid) serves several bodily functions, such as converting fats to energy and synthesizing cholesterol.

Vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine) is important in the production of hormones such as serotonin, dopamine, and melatonin, as well as for processing amino acids.

Vitamin B-12 is a crucial component of DNA replication and nerve cell regulation. It is found in milk products, poultry, meat, and shellfish.

 

Vitamin C is important in wound healing and acts as an antioxidant. It also helps the body absorb iron. It's found in citrus fruits, potatoes, and greens.

 

Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium, which creates healthy bones and teeth. The body can synthesize Vitamin D after exposure to sunshine, but it can also be found in fortified milk products and cereals, as well as in fish.

 

Vitamin E helps to combat free radicals, which can damage our cells. It's found in nuts and seeds, green leafy vegetables, corn, asparagus, and wheat germ.

Vitamin K is what makes the blot clot. While our bodies produce some Vitamin K, it can also be found in vegetables like cauliflower and cabbage.

 

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Relational Nutrition Study

Simply, Nutrition is studying the unique relationship between the states of health and disease and diet. Particularly the study of food. Nutrition is so important because lack of neccessary nutrients can allow viruses and diseases to thrive which can lead to illness and even death.

 

Nutrition is mostly based in the middle of the two extremes; that being between prime health and malnutrition. In that middle there is a wide range of diseases that can be caused and prevented due to changes in diet. Scurvy is a common disease that can result from unhealthy diet. It is important to note that it is not just malnutrition that can cause problems, and that excesses and imbalances also play a large role.

 

Trying to understand how specific aspects of diet influence the health of the boy is what the science of nutrition is about. Often times individuals who are having problems with the performance of their body will go to visit an nutrionist. The nutritionist will spend time analyzing the patient's health, diet, daily routine, and more. From the information that they collect they will put together a plan, "diet", which they will give to the patient to follow to help them correct their mistakes in diet, and to get them back on track. Nutritionists often work in coordination with personal trainers, when involved with diet, and muscle problems, to help increase the activity and the overall healthiness of their patient.

 

Living a healthy lifestyle is more about what you eat. It's an entire package: What you eat, How you sleep, The air you breathe, How active you are,etc. Taking steps to improve your lifestyle are actually quite simple. Simple differences like taking an apple over a chocolate bar, or biking over walking, are easy to make and can make the world of a difference!

 

Ryan Fyfe is the owner and operator of Online Nutrition Degree - http://www.online-nutrition-degree.com which is the best site on the internet for all Online Nutrition Degree related information.

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