Homework 9 NS10 - Alexander Williams - 19457365 Due: Week...

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Alexander Williams - 19457365 Due: Week of November 29 HW 9: Nutritional Research 1. Find an article from a newspaper on a nutritional topic. What was the article about? Briefly summarize its main points and give proper citation. (1 point) “The Whole Truth About Grains: Bulgur Can Trim Your Bulges and Spelt Can Make You Svelte” - Sally Squires – The Washington Post – Dec. 11, 2007 The article is mainly about eating whole foods with whole grains. It talks about how there is healthy whole foods like oatmeal often overlooked in most kitchens. It then talked about how whole grain foods cut the risk of diseases such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. It also provides results from studies done giving results backing up their claims of the health benefits of whole grains. It gives plenty of examples of good sources and warns how to properly evaluate a food label. 2. Find a peer reviewed journal article (pubmed, etc) on the same topic. This can be original research or a review article. Summarize the main points and give proper citation. (1.5 points) “Still Eating White Bread?” By Terry Dunkle - http://my.dietpower.com/features/whole_grains.php. This article also discussed the benefits of whole grains though contrasted it with milled grains and products. It talks about how in ancient history shortly after the death of Christ wheat products were “pig food” and white was for the rich. The article explains what a whole grain is and the
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