eBook Complete Family Nutrition, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1465432574
  • ISBN-13: 9781465432575
  • DDC: 613.2
  • Grade Level Range: 12th Grade +
  • 256 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released September 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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Complete Family Nutrition is a one-stop visual guide to the best, most balanced diet for every family member. Whatever your needs, this book is like visiting your very own nutritionist. Written by trusted nutritionist Jane Clarke, this book guides parents on healthy food choices for their families, using tailored advice for every age group, from infants to adults. From essential nutrients to ideal serving size, this book explains how nutrition can promote healthy weight, optimal memory, growth and development, digestive health, and balanced moods, and provides nutritious, healthy recipes to help any family achieve this.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: What Your Body Needs.
2: Food for Life.
3: Dealing with the Food Groups.
4: Energy-Delivering Carbohydrates.
5: Fruit and Vegetables.
6: Proteins for Growth.
7: Protein from Plants.
8: Full of Fiber.
9: Fats, The Whole Story.
10: Dairy Foods.
11: Vital Vitamins.
12: Mighty Minerals.
13: Phytonutrients.
14: Eat a Rainbow.
15: Probiotics and Prebiotics.
16: Drinking Water.
17: How Much to Eat.
18: Count to 5.
19: What You and Your Family Need.
20: Nutrients Now.
21: Breast-Feeding Your New Baby.
22: Eating for You and Your New Baby.
23: Formula Feeding.
24: Starting Solids.
25: What do Toddlers Need?.
26: Tips for Tasty First Foods.
27: What do Schoolchildren Need?.
28: Packed Lunches.
29: What do Teenagers Need?.
30: Food for Mood Swings.
31: What do I Need?.
32: Eating Well during Pregnancy.
33: Body-Boosters for New Moms.
34: Women at 50 Plus.
35: Men at 50 Plus.
36: Eating at Seventy and Over.
37: Simple Steps to a Healthier You.
38: Keeping Food at Its Best.
39: Making the Most of Your Freezer.
40: Shopping Tips.
41: The Organic Option.
42: Buzzwords to Look out for.
43: Sugar: Time to Cut Back.
44: Eating Less Salt.
45: Smoothies and Juices.
46: Coffee and Tea.
47: Watch Your Alcohol.
48: Children’s Weight.
49: Helping an Overweight Child.
50: Teenage Weight Gain.
51: Is My Child too Thin?.
52: Weight Issues in Adults.
53: Carrying too Much Weight in Later Years.
54: Daily Exercise.
55: Different Needs, Different Diets.
56: Feeding Vegetarians.
57: Young Vegetarians and Vegans.
58: Happily Eating Fish.
59: Cutting Out Red Meat.
60: Food Allergies and Intolerances.
61: Cow’s Milk Allergy or Lactose Intolerance?.
62: Egg Allergy.
63: Wheat Intolerance.
64: Understanding Gluten and Celiac Disease.
65: Peanuts and Other Common Allergies.
66: Foods that Revive and Heal.
67: Why do I Feel Tired All the Time?.
68: Boosting Your Child’s Energy.
69: Eat Wisely, Sleep Well.
70: Relieving Stress.
71: Migraine-Type Headaches.
72: Fighting Off Coughs and Colds.
73: Easing Indigestion.
74: Tackling Tummy Troubles.
75: Just for Girls: Food for Period Pain.
76: Boosting Fertility.
77: Stronger Bones.
78: Arthritis: Easing the Pain.
79: Eating to Ease Angry Skin.
80: Anti-Aging Foods for Your Skin.
81: A Feast for Your Eyes.
82: Healthy Eating for Healthy Hair.
83: Alleviating Asthma.
84: Dealing with Diabetes.
85: Eating for Your Heart.
86: Cancer and Food.
87: Food-Boosts for Convalescing.
88: Dementia.
89: Classic Recipes Made Healthy.
90: Recipes for Life.
91: Breakfast.
92: Fish Mains.
93: Meat Mains.
94: Vegetarian Mains.
95: Sides and Starters.
96: Desserts.
97: Baking.