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Papers On Nutrition & Exercise
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Letter to the Editor: Campus Food Service
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A 3 page letter to the editor of a campus newspaper at Wright State University in Ohio complaining about the lack of nutritious, healthy choices at food service locations on campus. The writer of the letter illustrates the nature of the problem, meets cost objections and urges students to request fresh fruits and vegetables each time they visit either of the two locations. No sources listed.
Filename: KShlthColNutLtr.rtf

Listeria monocytogenes: Controlling Cross Contamination in Ready-To-Eat Meats
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A review of the research that has been conducted in our efforts to better understand this organism and its threat to human health. Determining the appropriate level of protection from food borne listeriosis is complicated by a number of factors. These include the need to establish the maximum frequency and/or concentration of the bacterium in RTE meat at the time of consumption and the insurance of appropriate hygiene practices in production and storage. The author investigates the methodologies that have been employed to detect this bacteria and contends that more quantitative approaches are necessary. Bibliography lists 41 sources.
Filename: PPlister.rtf

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This 4 page paper discusses the success of the low carb diet and why it has been successful. Research studies discussed as well as compariosn made to other diets. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MBcarb.rtf

Low Sodium Diets for Children: The Positives and Negatives
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An 8 page discussion of the feasibility of implementing low sodium diets for children. Contends that the regulation of sodium is a critical facet of any diet. In children, however, the benefits of restricting sodium intake are often controversial. Indeed, sodium is a critical component of a child’s physiology. Too little sodium can be just as adverse as too much sodium. In children with special dietary concerns, such as those with nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, Duchene muscular dystrophy, Becker muscular dystrophy, and a variety of heart conditions, a low sodium diet is imperative. In most cases, however, the logic of a low sodium diet is highly contested. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPsodium.wps

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