Disability Fitness, Nutrition and Health Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2022-06-04
Summary: Although some of these documents from our Fitness and Nutrition category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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Fitness and Nutrition Publications - (74 Articles)
List of hints and tips on how to enjoy a healthier, happier life based on recent research that applies to people of all ages.
Little progress has been made to address physical inactivity, with adolescents and disabled among least likely to have support needed to meet the World Health Organization physical activity guidelines.
Study provides evidence that body temperature can act as a biological signal that regulates feeding behavior, just like hormones and nutrients do.
Women looked an average of three years younger after 20 weeks of facial exercises which yielded firmer skin, fuller upper and lower cheeks.
Description of the new and old food pyramids with pictures explaining how they work and examples of how to eat healthier with proper serving sizes.
Information regarding the stages of starvation and the effect malnutrition has on the human body.
Researchers examine overconsumption of healthy foods which consumers often perceive to be less filling.
Information regarding natural and artificial sweeteners as diabetic substitutes for sugar consumption.
George Prior is documenting his health while consuming 10 Cokes a day to increase public awareness about danger of excessive sugar in standard American diet.
For the first time the consequences of an unhealthy lifestyle can be depicted in numbers.
Information regarding prevention of dehydration by consuming enough water throughout the day.
Study shows including citrus fiber in ground beef products for nutritional reasons still retains quality and taste of the meat.
Eating fast food more than twice a week is associated with weight gain and insulin resistance in young adults who are otherwise healthy.
Abnormal posturing happens with little stimulation and is a sign of serious damage to the central nervous system.
Getting back to basics by eating balanced meals and farm fresh produce can benefit families and communities in many ways.
Are eggs as a breakfast food healthy or are they a high cholesterol trap the answer depends on what the hen eats says a Tel Aviv University researcher.
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution is celebrating victory in its ongoing campaign to get U.S. children properly fed in American schools.
Drinking lowfat chocolate milk after a tough workout helps give trained and amateur athletes a post exercise training advantage.
Lockton expert shares insights on current obesity trends, wellness tips for employers, and treatment options like bariatric surgery.
WellPoint health coaches work with employees to identify and resolve clinical and non-clinical issues that impact their ability to be productive.
How long your parents lived does not affect how long you will live. It is how you live your life that determines life expectancy.
On average, more than a third of American women think about their weight at least three times per day.
Extreme Fitness announces top fitness trends based on survey of over 1000 group fitness experts personal trainers fitness consultants and nutritionists.
Rice bran is the most nutrient-dense food ever tested and a source of over one dozen important vitamins and minerals.
The leading causes of death have shifted from infectious diseases to chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and cancer.
One of the quickest and most effective ways to burn calories in your body is to increase your metabolic rate.
With the new TurboSonic sound vibration system adults can experience a 60 minute aerobic and anaerobic workout in just 10 minutes.
Each Revive mint contains the same kick as a boost of coffee or a energy drink and is packed with antioxidants.
Tests have shown that our drinking water supply contains over 200 different chemicals and contaminants.
Discovery of 18 new regions of the human genome contributing to obesity and 13 new regions influencing waist-hip ratio.
Office-workers have become less active over the last 30 years this decreased activity may explain rise in obesity.
Results from Dr. Esselstyns 20-year study proving changes in diet and nutrition can actually cure heart disease.
Increasing doubts about safety of Lap Band surgery and similar weight loss procedures.
Consuming energy drinks during team sports could help young people perform better, a study suggests.
Moderate drinking of one to less than three drinks per day linked to a decrease in mortality in middle-aged and older adults.
Important reasons for including seafood and omega 3 in your young childs diet.
Survey finds women who work out regularly do it to be healthy more confident energized and accomplished women.
Popular energy drinks promise better athletic performance and weight loss but do the claims hold up.
rowing Awareness of Heart-Healthy Nutrition Choices such as Soy Emerges from New Consumer Research.
Breakfast before school should provide children with essential nutrients vitamins and minerals to support their growing minds bodies and health needs.
Black tea may contain higher concentrations of fluoride than previously thought.
School wellness policies researchers recommend involving teachers in nutrition education policy making.
Sodium is expected to have an ongoing negative impact on health see the recommended daily sodium intake amounts.
Hints and tips on anti-aging and making yourself look younger and more attractive.
Families making the commitment to enhance mealtime have an opportunity to share their story with other families nationwide.
Want to live longer and healthier increase your chances if you move out of the US.
Food and Beverage Manufacturers pledge to reduce 1.5 trillion calories by the end of 2015.
Why men store fat in their bellies and women store it in their hips may have finally been answered.
InTune is paying members cash incentives and prizes as members do the right things for their health.
First study to examine diverse populations shows current body mass index cutoff values fail to identify many women as obese.
Campaign about making small changes in meal preparation to improve the family diet.
New Research Indicates a Massive Under-diagnosis of Obesity when Using Body Mass Index (BMI).
During the school day children eat roughly one-third of their nutritional needs while at school.
World Pistachio Day including calorie information and health benefits of the Pistachio nut.
Governments in Canada have taken little legislative action to promote healthy nutrition and physical activity.
University at Buffalo study reveals drinking wine recently, and over a lifetime, associated with better lung function.
Wellness ToolBox is as a health management tool and can integrate with any wellness fitness or health maintenance system.
Reliance on the accuracy of food labeling is an important weight management strategy.
Genetically modified foods information including list of GM foods with DNA changes and pros and cons of GM food.
Powder from red wine production could be used for yogurt and chocolates to creams and face masks.
Health Canada is abandoning its food fortification project that would have allowed the junk food industry to enrich its products with vitamins and minerals.
While we cannot change our genes we can do a lot to our lifestyles and environments.
The link between food stamp use and BMI with higher weight gain remains clear especially for women.
Study reveals drinking beetroot juice reduces oxygen uptake to an extent that cannot be achieved by other means including training.
What a person chooses to eat at lunch or dinner is influenced by who they eat with and the gender make-up of the group.
There is no evidence that organically produced foods are nutritionally superior to conventionally produced foodstuffs.
It makes sense to eat and drink things that naturally sustain health and extend life span.
Research shows hunger hormone called ghrelin is activated by fats from food we eat to optimize nutrient metabolism and promote storage of body fat.
Evidence is increasing to suggest that excessive cola consumption can lead to hypokalaemia in which the blood potassium levels fall.
As we age our fitness regime and health programs should take us to twice the life expectancy of our ancestors.
Adequate nutritional quality is necessary if your want to achieve the maximum benefits of exercising.
Many women begin their health and fitness routines with cardio exercises and then follow it up with weight lifting.
There is so much talk about the need to have good cardiovascular fitness to maintain good health these days.
A Bowflex exercise and fitness machine helps improve muscle flexibility by using power rods attached to pulleys to give you your workout.
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