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The Nutrition Of Moussaka
Humongous.: Not sure how else to describe it. Ok try this, i betcha 20-30 out of 100 biggest homes you've ever seen or heard of has a guy or gal in it that came up with one or sold the idea for millions... ...Read more
There are many: adverse health effects of poor nutrition in children, such as poor growth, obesity, poor weight gain, more frequent infections, poor brain development, poor bone health, decreased ability to focus in school, decreased energy and therefore decreased ability to exercise enough/properly, among others. ...Read more
What are the effects of lack of nutrition on the physical, intellectual, and social development of a child?
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Worldwide: Yes, as far as you can say it globally. Still growing enormously especially in north america. ...Read more
Vitamin B: Leafy green vegetables, meat & dairy products. ...Read more
Epidemiology?: Your question made me think of two things - first the definition of the study of changes/diseases in a population - Epidemiology. http://www.who.int/childgrowth/publications/WHO_growth_charts.pdf But if you want an interesting read about the history of the development of the growth charts: http://www.who.int/childgrowth/publications/WHO_growth_charts.pdf ...Read more
Which type of food have the highest percentage of phosphorus(p) in them?Is there limit to consumption of natural sources(not supplements) of p daily?
See answer: Might find this website helpful: http://www.Healthaliciousness.Com/articles/high-phosphorus-foods.Php *recommended daily dietary allowance or adults: 700 mg **recommended tolerable daily upper limit: 4, 000 mg (ages 19-70) and 3, 000 mg (age >70) ***caution in presence of kidney disease. ...Read more
Tears and Blinking: Main natural defenses of the eyes are the tears that have antibodies, white blood cells and many other immune compounds normally circulating in the blood. The pumbing action of blinking constantly is removing minor foreign bodies and germs from the eye and into the back of the nasal cavity. ...Read more
Apart from hair color, foods they eat, are all the functioning of organs inside the human body, the type of diseases the very same in any part of world?
Yes: But we all differ in detail so the particular disease might be genetic risk. ...Read more
Very rare: Hi. The "fight or flight" response is a brief self limited excess of epinephrine and other catecholamines to help you hopefully survive an acute threat. Chronic over production of catecholamines NOT in response to an acute threat to your survival is a catecholamine excess syndrome from an adrenal medullary tumor or tumor in the sympathetic chain. Very serious: high BP, sweating, headache, tremor ...Read more
Important to you: They are all important that's why they are there. It depends what you are trying to achieve. If diabetic, pay attention to limiting simple sugars. If high cholesterol, pay attention to amount of cholesterol. If on a diet, pay attention to total calories per serving. If constipated or bowel movement issues, looking at amount and type of fiber might be important to you ...Read more
Importance : Very important. Cells in the pancrease (pancrelipase) produce amylase, trypsin and lipase to break your foods down better. Optimal signaling occurs when there is a low ph in the duodenal bulb. (i.e. Proper stomach acid production). 80-85% of your food is "digested by your pancreatic enzymes. (guyton). ...Read more
Neonatology: The question is a bit ambiguous.However, the specialty area dealing with newborn problems is neonatology.This encompasses the issues of early, normal or late born infants that become ill at birth or soon thereafter. There are many discipline that focus their efforts on areas within this age group. ...Read more
Formaldeyde: In dentistry formaldehyde has been used fro what seems like forever. In children it is used to "fix" the pulp of a baby tooth. While decades ago concerned was raised about its use and potential long term consequences none were found. It has long history of effectiveness. Alternatives are in use but have not been as effective. ...Read more