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101 Reasons I Hate Being Fat
One woman's growing list of reasons she wants to lose weight.

4 Diseases Caused by a Lack of Essential Vitamins and Minerals
http://mentalfloss.com/article/50697/4-diseases-caused-lack-essential-vitamins-and-minerals

5.0 Endocrine, Metabolic and Nutritional Disorders - Council of Emergency Medici
Endocrine, Metabolic and Nutritional Disorders and SIM cases.

59. Metabolic and Nutritional Disorders : Rook's Textbook of Dermatology : Black
Blackwell Reference Online is the largest academic online reference library giving instant access to the most authoritative and up-to-date scholarship across the humanities and social sciences.

A Colour Atlas and Text of Nutritional Disorders book by Donald S. McLaren
A Colour Atlas and Text of Nutritional Disorders by Donald S. McLaren starting at $2.52. A Colour Atlas and Text of Nutritional Disorders has 2 available editions to buy at Alibris

A Pinch of Controversy Shakes Up Dietary Salt
The human body needs salt to function, but too much can lead to problems, including high blood pressure.

About An Eating Disorder: Symptoms, Signs, Causes & Articles For Treatment Help
Learn about eating disorders causes, signs, symptoms, and effects in this article. Eating Disorder Hope offers free information on body image, anorexia,

Action on Salt & Health
Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH) is a group of specialists concerned with salt and its effects on health. It is successfully working to reach a consensus with the food industry and Government over the harmful effects of a high salt diet, and bring about a reduction in the amount of salt in processed foods as well as salt added to cooking, and the table

Alta California Regional Center
Alta California Regional Center assists persons with developmental disabilities, including infants at risk and their families who live in our 10 county service area. We do this by providing and securing those services and supports necessary to maximize opportunities and choices.

Articles on Obesity
Advice and articles to help in treatment/management. Complications, causes and prevention.

Australasian Society for the Study of Obesity ASSO
A scientific organisation of medical practitioners, dietitians, scientists and other health care professionals interested in obesity research with members throughout Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Region.

Back Pain and Obesity
Connection to back pain and osteoporosis.

Born lucky: Scientists discover ‘skinny’ gene
In a variety of animals, including humans. MSNBC Interactive, written by Linda Carroll. September 04, 2007

CDC Overweight and Obesity
This site provides a variety of information designed to help people understand that obesity is a serious health issue and the efforts being made to address it.

Caffeine and potassium levels? - Nutritional Disorders Message Board - HealthBoa
Does anyone know if caffeine depletes potassium levels? And if it does, how quickly does it get removed/and returned to normal levels? alysee

Carnitine Deficiency : Article by Fernando Scaglia, MD
Carnitine Deficiency - Carnitine is a naturally occurring hydrophilic amino acid derivative, produced endogenously in the kidneys and liver and derived from meat and dairy products in the diet. It plays an essential role in the transfer of long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria for beta-oxidation. Carnitine binds acyl residues and helps in their elimination, decreasing the number of acyl residues conjugated with coenzyme A (CoA) and increasing the ratio between free and acylated CoA. Carnitine deficiency is a metabolic ...

Center on an Aging Society
At risk for chronic conditions and the groups most likely to be effected.

Childhood and Juvenile Obesity: Tips for Parents
Learn about the causes and risks. Includes details on getting a child to eat a more healthy diet and exercise.

Deaf Counseling, Advocacy & Referral Agency
"DCARA's mission is to promote self-determination, independence, and celebration of American Sign Language among a diverse Deaf community, regardless of their communication background, through its services and programs."

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Service Center
Mission Statement: To advocate, seek equality, and promote self-determination through empowerment for those who seek our assistance; and to enhance the awareness and understanding of Deaf Culture and the unique communication needs of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals.

Desert Arc, Opportunities for People With Disabilities
Welcome! At Desert Arc, we're committed to increasing the choices and capabilities for the physically and mentally challenged population in the Coachella Valley and the Morongo Basin.

Dietary Supplements: Nutritional and Legal Considerations - IFT.org
This Scientific Status Summary addresses the role of dietary supplement products in normal health.

Does plastic make us fat?
Article written by Andrew Leonard pertaining to environmental chemicals like bisphenol A, and their effects on humans. July 16, 2007

ERIC - Nutritional Disorders of Children. Prevention, Screening, and Followup.,
Intended for child health care providers, the text contains information on improving preventive efforts in nutrition, particurlarly those focused on prevention of the major health problems which are nutrition related obesity, atherosclerosis, dental caries, and anemia. Part I focuses on screening of individual children likely to be at risk of nutritional disorders and offers suggestions for followup in the form of further studies or treatment or both. Topics covered in Part I include the following: information about the community; information about the family and child; questionnaires about diet and eating habits for infants, preschool and young school-age children, and school-age children and adolescents; physical findings; dental inspection; height and weight; head circumference; skinfold thickness; laboratory studies; and roentgenograms. Part II presents discussions of obesity, atherosclerosis, dental caries, and iron-deficiency anemia prevention. The text includes graphs,

Eating French
Psychologist considers why the French are thin, despite their diet. Concludes it is the environment in which the food is consumed. [The Santa Barbara Independent] October 25, 2007

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