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    diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer” (Obesity). Obesity is one of the most common result caused by having bad diets. People mostly choose what is tasty and most of those delicious food are unhealthy. Moreover, they do not know what food plan is healthy; therefore the government should have a say in people’s diets. There many advantages by having the government decides people’s diets, such as getting healthier and knowing what can cause serious illness. Nevertheless, people often need…

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    The problem is that diet pop is just as worse for you. Diet pop contains fake sugars (aspartame and sucralose). Aspartame in diet pops has been causing many negative health conditions (birth defects and brain cancer to name a few). Once it enters your body is turns into a wood alcohol which is a deadly poison. Sucralose (Splenda)…

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    10-10-17 Macromolecule Meal Plan Project The diet/meal plan I chose was the Mediterranean diet. The goal of the mediterranean diet is to lower the amount unsaturated fat consumed and replace them with that of saturated fats. Another end goal of the mediterranean diet is to lower risk of health problems such as cardiovascular disease and cancer by changing the type and amount of fats being consumed which can cause a longer life. The layout diet consist of first eat 5 to 10 servings a day of…

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    Kesis Diet Plan

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    Ketosis diet plans, better known as ketogenic diets, include food plans that are really low in carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are, of course, one of the leading resources of energy for your body. Carbohydrates release energy directly into your body, that is crucial to its normal functioning. When you reduce your intake of carbohydrates the body has no energy to burn, which could in essence mean you die. So, this is a really good thing that the body knows how to deal with the situation. Whenever…

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    What is the ketogenic diet? Simply put, the ketogenic diet is any diet that "forces" the body into a state of ketosis, and in which the energy consumed fats instead of carbohydrates. Proper ketogenic diet requires the consumption of large quantities of fat, protein and a sufficient amount of very small quantities of carbohydrates. Our bodies are used to convert carbohydrates into glucose, which the body uses for energy. When sufficient restricting carbohydrate intake enter into a state of…

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    Then you usually find our your diet plan isn't working as well as you thought it would. Then you have to tweak your diet with new information and hope it will work. On and on it goes. That's why most of us give up on losing weight before we barely get started. If you want a plan that you can start following today, we have found one that may appeal to you. And, it could give you big results in a healthy and easy way. 15 Day Diet Plan Review This is a step-by-step diet plan that lays out…

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    Ketogenic Diet Report

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    Introduction: Ketogenic diet contains high fats, adequate amount of proteins and low concentration of carbohydrates. It produces ketones in the body which are used as an energy source. It is called ketogenic food as it produces ketones bodies (ketosis). Normally glucose molecule is used as a fuel for energy production but ketogenic food have large amount of fats in it so liver converts fats into fatty acid and ketone bodies. Ketone molecules energy…

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    Ketogenic Diet Essay

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    ketogenic diet was designed to simulate the metabolism of this fasting. When a fasting person has burned up all his glucose stores, he then begins to burn stored body fat for energy. After the initial fasting period, a person on the ketogenic diet derives his energy principally by burning the exogenous dietary fat rather than from the more common energy source, carbohydrate (glucose), or from their own body fat. But unlike fasting, by providing exogenous fat the keto- genic diet allows a…

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    Gluten Free Diet

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    Popular trend or Essential diet Recently in the past few years, gluten-related disorders have received a lot of attention in in the press and social media (Allen 2015). The sale of gluten-free foods and products has become highly requested making it a multibillion dollar business (Allen 2015). Some people have chosen to go in this diet because of health issues, such as celiac disease or gluten sensitivity allergies. There are also a lot more people who are following into this diet without…

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    The Gluten-Free Diet

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    The Gluten-Free Diet A gluten-free diet, at its most basic, is a diet that excludes gluten and all foods that contain gluten, such as wheat, barley, rye, and triticale (a wheat-rye hybrid). The goal of such a diet is to reduce the inflammation that gluten causes in the digestive system of individuals with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. If you have a mild gluten sensitivity, you might be able to get away with a little exposure now and then, but for those with serious allergies or…

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