Nutrition Nanny

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Nutrition Nanny Problem In today’s tough US economy, many American’s are finding it increasingly difficult to find sufficient amounts of time to eat properly, exercise consistently, and take care of their bodies. The repercussions of this issue are clearly evident today as the percentage of obese American citizens continues to rise rapidly. The causes of the American obesity academic originate in people’s homes and in their everyday habits. Adults who practice unhealthy living have been conditioned to live irresponsibly throughout many years of their lives and with many of these people since they were children. If families can insure that they are promoting active and healthy lifestyles in all facets of their lives they can ensure that future generations will not be inhibited by the today’s current obesity trend. Solution Nutrition nanny is an all-inclusive, professional, healthy lifestyle promotion and intervention service aimed at eradicating behaviors and occurrences within a children’s homes that result in an unhealthy lifestyle. Nutrition nanny is a professionally trained individual who specializes in identifying unhealthy habits while developing and implementing an action plan that will drastically improve the lives of children and their families. This service will focus on teaching
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course MGT 394 taught by Professor Bronowitz during the Fall '10 term at ASU.

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