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The 3-A-Day Dairy Diet Another Diet Fad Flop by Alisa Fleming
... These women had dietary calcium intakes of less than 800 mg per day, and energy intakes of 2200 kcal or less per day. They were randomly assigned to one of three groups: 1. Unchanged: Continue established dietary intake 2. Medium Dairy: Substitute dairy products into the diet, maintaining the same calorie intake, but increasing calcium to roughly 1000 to 1100 mg per day 3. High Dairy: Substitute dairy products into the diet, maintaining the same calorie intake, but increasing calcium to ...

Eating Basics of Gaining Weight by Ken Bendor
... You need a combination of protein, carbohydrates and even fat to gain weight so going on a high protein, low everything else diet won't give you the best results either. Carbohydrates and protein are the two most important macronutrients for gaining weight. Carbohydrates give your body its main source of fuel and protein helps build and repair muscle tissue after a workout. The current recommendation of protein (set by the government) is 0.8 grams per kilogram of bodyweight.

Weight Loss Using BMI And BMR by Glen D. Williams
... Fat, Protein, Carbs, Fiber, Water: Once you know how your optimum calories, it's simply a matter of balancing your daily food intake to add up to that total. There are so many different ideas of how to do that, I'm only going to glance over it in this article. In the near future I'll be publishing articles to cover different dietary balance styles for different circumstances. The new USDA Food Pyramid can give you good ideas on balancing your fats, proteins, carbs, fiber and water.

The "Emergency" Diet by Alan Rosca
... During a day without too much physical activity, a woman can burn up to forty grams of fat, but the daily fat intake is of seventy percent or more. Monday: Breakfast includes a muffin and a glass of orange juice. A banana, an orange, or another fruit substitutes for a snack. For lunch, flat bread with salad and bacon and two glasses of water. The afternoon snack may be a small, low-fat yogurt, and an apple. A large bowl with vegetables and two slices of bread can satisfy the hunger of ...

The Diet Demons by Deborah Caruana
... Plus if you want to make any changes in your body composition it will tell you exactly how many calories to eat and give you a break down of a balanced diet including optimal daily intake of protein, fats, and carbohydrate. As a daily resource you can go to (when you log in with basic information they never bother you with emails.) From there you can enter the foods you eat and with each food you enter the site will give you a break down of carbs, fats, and proteins plus nutrients and ...

Buying Low Fat Foods by Glen D. Williams
... If you're only managing your fat intake, there are only two other items on the label you need to look at. You can ignore that whole table of amounts and Daily Value (DV). Look, the label can break fats down into a dozen or more categories, but I believe if we keep this thing simple we might actually do it. Instead of that stuff, look at "calories" and "calories from fat." With a pocket calculator (or cell phone) divide the smaller number by the larger.

Is A Premium Dog Food Really That Much Better For Your Dog? by Carolyn Schweitzer
... An average adult dog needs a daily intake of about five ounces for every ten pounds of weight, with essential nutrients in the following proportions:Protein --23% of total intake Fats --5% of total intake Carbohydrates --65% of total intakeAdditional vitamins and minerals your dog needs are: Vitamins A, D, E, B-complex, Niacin, Biotin, Folic Acid, Choline, and Pantothenic Acid; Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium Chloride, Magnesium, Iron, Copper, Manganese, Zinc, Iodine, and ...

How Do You Take Advantage Of The Mayo Clinic Diet For Rapid And Sustainable Weight Loss? by Gary Holdon
... Here are some guidelines according to the Mayo Clinic's Nutrition Center: Protein Protein is important for nearly every part of the body's system. It's in your muscles, bones, skin, organs, blood, enzymes and hormones. You get protein from a variety of sources like meat, poultry, legumes, seafood, nuts and seeds. You should get 10-15% of your daily calories from sources rich in protein. Finding A Personalized Diet As we said earlier, the Mayo Clinic emphasizes that you must individualize ...

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