Teen Health Series: Diet Information for Teens

Editor: Hayes, Kevin
Publication Year: 2021
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1741-8
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 17
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Diet Information For Teens, Fifth Edition provides information about healthy smart dietary choices, including facts from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part 1 | Federal Guidelines for Healthy Eating
  • Chapter 1—An Introduction to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans
  • Chapter 2—Major Food Groups and Dietary Components
  • Chapter 3—The Science behind Healthy Eating Patterns
  • Chapter 4—The Grain Group
  • Chapter 5—Vegetable and Fruit Groups
  • Chapter 6—The Dairy Group
  • Chapter 7—The Protein Group
  • Chapter 8—Oils
  • Chapter 9—Understanding Portion Sizes and Servings
  • Chapter 10—Trends in Diet Quality among Adolescents
  • Part 2 | Components of a Balanced Diet
  • Chapter 11—Carbohydrates
  • Chapter 12—Fats
  • Chapter 13—Protein
  • Chapter 14—Vitamins and Minerals
  • Chapter 15—Calcium and Iron
  • Chapter 16—Fiber: Essential for a Healthy Diet
  • Chapter 17—Hydration and Health
  • Part 3 | Health Risks of Processed Foods
  • Chapter 18—Sodium in Food
  • Chapter 19—How Too Much Added Sugar Affects Your Health
  • Chapter 20—Artificial Sweeteners: Good or Bad?
  • Chapter 21—The Skinny on Fats on Processed Food
  • Chapter 22—Are Ultra-Processed Foods Bad for Health?
  • Chapter 23—About Food Additives, Food Colors, and Irradiated Food
  • Part 4 | Supporting Healthy Eating
  • Chapter 24—How Parents and Caregivers Can Support Healthy Eating
  • Chapter 25—Healthy Eating for a Healthy Weight
  • Chapter 26—Healthy Eating for Vegans and Vegetarians
  • Chapter 27—Cut Down on Calories for a Healthy Weight
  • Chapter 28—Rethink Your Drink
  • Chapter 29—The Lowdown on Caffeine and Energy Drinks
  • Chapter 30—Rising Dietary Supplement Use in Children and Teens and Safety Concerns
  • Chapter 31—How Safe Are Dietary Supplements for Exercise and Athletic Performance?
  • Chapter 32—Fast-Food Alternatives
  • Chapter 33—Healthy Snacks
  • Chapter 34—Everyday Food Safety Tips for Teens
  • Part 5 | Eating and Weight-Related Concerns
  • Chapter 35—Changing Your Habits for Better Health
  • Chapter 36—Some Myths about Nutrition and Physical Activity
  • Chapter 37—Calculating Teen Body Mass Index
  • Chapter 38—Role of Physical Activity in Weight Loss and Weight Maintenance
  • Chapter 39—Limit Screen Time and Get Moving
  • Chapter 40—Building a Healthy Body Image and Positive Self-Esteem
  • Chapter 41—To Fast or Not to Fast
  • Chapter 42—Do Fad Diets Work?
  • Chapter 43—Beware of Fraudulent Weight Loss Ads
  • Chapter 44—Is Weight-Loss Surgery an Option for Teens?
  • Part 6 | Healthy Eating and Disease Prevention
  • Chapter 45—Improving Your Eating Habits: Reflect, Replace, and Reinforce
  • Chapter 46—Preventing Overweight and Obesity in Adolescence
  • Chapter 47—Managing Diabetes with a Healthy Balanced Diet
  • Chapter 48—Diet Modification for Lowering Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
  • Chapter 49—Treating and Managing Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 50—Food Allergy: Read Food Label before You Eat
  • Chapter 51—Eating, Diet, and Nutrition for Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance
  • Chapter 52—Lactose Intolerance versus Dairy Allergy
  • Chapter 53—Food Poisoning and Its Most Common Causes
  • Part 7 | If You Need More Information
  • Chapter 54—Resources for Dietary Information
  • Chapter 55—Resources for Fitness Information