Lecture 25- Iron - Lecture 25: Iron 16/12/2009 14:33:00...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 25: Iron 16/12/2009 14:33:00 Solve for Obesity Eating only when hungry (meals) Eat low energy-density foods whenever possible Skipping a few meals a week is okay Minimize snacking Watch portion size - Push 2ers for 1ers in restaurants Use small meal replacement Plot daily body weights Introduce scales in public places o Subsidize scales Remove food vending machines Control food advertisements Subsidize nutritious, low fat foods- Fruits and Veges Reward large people for losing and maintaining weight loss with reduced health problem Fuel to Supply Energy Water o Necessary for enzymatic reactions in muscle during exercise o No evidence that consuming excess during non-exercise is beneficial Creatine Carbohydrate o Glycogen Loading = more optimize performance o Carb. Loading If glycogen stores are depleted, then feeding carbohydrate...
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Lecture 25- Iron - Lecture 25: Iron 16/12/2009 14:33:00...

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