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Running head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 Annotated Bibliography Lorena Ceballos Ivy Tech Community College Northeast
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2 Annotated Bibliography Gabriela, C. A., Mihaela, C. D., Anamaria, B. A., Cornelia, P. L., & Nicoleta, R. D. (2018). Junk food versus healthy food. Agricultural Management / Lucrari Stiintifice Seria I, Management Agricol, 20 (3), 33–38. Retrieved from . edu/login?url=? direct=true&db=bth&AN=134395917&site=eds-live Gabriela, Mihaela, Anamaria and Nicoleta published an article in 2018 entitled “Junk Food Versus Healthy Food,” which appeared in the journal Agricultural Management , volume 20, issue 3. It is a brief study of issues regarding junk food versus nourishing food. A sound eating regimen requires that one purchase nutritionally rich foods. An undesirable eating routine consists of numerous highly refined foods that are high in calories but low in supplements. Low-quality nourishment may result in stress, illness, or obesity. A solid eating regimen lowers the likelihood of sickness. Junk foods tend to contain refined sugar, saturated fats, salt, artificial sweeteners and added substances that are bad for the human body. Healthy foods are full of mineral substances, nutrients, cancer preventing agents, fiber, proteins with high nutritional value, and omega 3 and omega 6 unsaturated fats, which are vital for human wellbeing. The many incentives for poor nutrition choices are that they are frequently less expensive than healthy foods and are ready to eat and more convenient because they require only a brief period for cooking or setting them up. Gundry, S.R. (2017). The plant paradox: The hidden dangers in “healthy” foods that cause disease and weight gain . New York: Harper Wave.
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 3 Dr. Steven Gundry’s book, The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in “Healthy” Foods that Cause Disease and Weight Gain , was published by Harper Wave in 2017. Dr.
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