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Papers On Nutrition & Exercise
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Reflection on Food Intake
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A 3 page paper answering questions regarding a one-day record of food intake kept and then reported on by an individual. This particular individual is diabetic and so did not consume the recommended number of carbohydrates from whole grain on the day he kept his record. The paper also discusses the information on nutrition labels and its value in planning total nutrition. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: KShlthNutInt.rtf

Registered Dietitian
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5 pages in length. Staying healthy is one of the most sought-after objectives in today's hectic lifestyle; with many people working two or more jobs, raising a family, conducting other obligations, as well as trying to squeeze in a bit of time for themselves, the aspect of health is often far down on the priority list. However, to neglect one's health is to jeopardize every other part of one's life, inasmuch as one must be sound of both mind and body in order to rise to the expectations of such vast and varied responsibilities. When the task of nutrition becomes overwhelming, a Registered Dietitian has the appropriate training and experience to guide any individual to a better, more healthful existence. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCdietT.rtf

Research on “Runner’s High”: Endorphins, Side Effects and Addiction
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This is a 10 page paper discussing the issues of “runner’s high”. A literature review involving “runner’s high” reveals that several areas of research have been associated with this phenomenon. During intense exercise, endorphins, originally known as endogenous morphine, are released into the blood stream resulting in a feeling of euphoria and peace for those who experience it. The release rate varies in individuals but it is generally found that it occurs at around 76% of the maximum heart rate. While increased endorphin levels have been associated with several positive side effects, many negative side effects have also been found especially in female athletes. High endorphin levels inhibit the release of a hormone needed for menstruation, luteinizing hormone (LH), resulting in menstrual complications or amenorrhea. In addition to possible side effects, researchers have also stipulated that running and exercising can be addictive. Endorphin release is also associated with alcoholism, smoking and over-eating, all considered to be addictive. However, many athletes feel that addiction to running or other forms of exercise can be considered a positive addiction as exercise can lead to a reduction in cholesterol levels and better cardiovascular health overall. While this may be true in most cases, exercise has also been found to be addictive to the level where some people eventually experience deterioration in their professional and personal lives and need counselling, psychotherapy and antidepressants in order to overcome their addiction. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Research Proposal
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15 pages in length. In this research proposal the student will be studying two different groups of nurses in the home care setting. One group will have had training in transcultural nursing and the other group will have had no training in transcultural nursing. Both groups will be compared in order to see which has a higher compliance rate in teaching a diabetic diet to new diabetics. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: JGAnurtr.wps


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