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Author : Lillian Brazin
ISBN : 0789023598
Genre : Medical
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Don’t waste you time with health and diet Web sites that don’t work The Internet provides unlimited resources that make it easy to learn about various diets, weight-loss programs, and weight-reduction procedures. But with so many sources, which ones can you trust for information that’s safe, accurate, and up-to-date? The Internet Guide to Medical Diets and Nutrition saves you time, trouble, and effort in your search for Web sites that offer the facts about diet programs and nutrition philosophies that meet your health, medical, or religious needs. The Internet Guide to Medical Diets and Nutrition helps you filter out Web sites that offer little, if any, real help in maintaining special diets that address specific diseases (low protein, high calcium, low gluten, hypoallergenic, diabetes, cancer, anemia, etc.), religious or philosophical mandates (Hindu, kosher, vegan, Muslim, macrobiotic, etc.), or commercial regimens (Atkins™, Weight Watchers®, NutriSystem®, etc.), or provide answers to questions about bariatric surgery (gastric bypass, stomach stapling, etc.). This invaluable reference resource teaches you how locate Web sites recommended to you, how to evaluate the information you find there, how to research a particular diet or health concern, how to choose and use the right search engine, the significance of domains in Web addresses, and how to observe proper etiquette when participating in Internet discussion groups. Topics examined in the Internet Guide to Medical Diets and Nutrition include: general diet and nutrition Web sites Web calculators (Body Mass Index, exercise, calories, weight-maintenance, healthy weight) the nutrient content of foods food labels non-surgical weight-loss Web sites caloric restrictions hypnosis weight-loss centers and workshops weight-loss surgery Web sites Web sites for specific medical conditions vegetarianism recipes online discussion groups and much more! The Internet Guide to Medical Diets and Nutrition also includes a glossary of terms and screen captures of important Web sites. The book is a must-have as an everyday resource for consumers with diet and health interests and concerns, and as a reference tool for medical and public libraries.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-06-14 - Publisher: CRC Press
Don’t waste you time with health and diet Web sites that don’t work The Internet provides unlimited resources that make it easy to learn about various diets, weight-loss programs, and weight-reduction procedures. But with so many sources, which ones can you trust for information that’s safe, accurate, and up-to-date? The
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-01-11 - Publisher: CRC Press
A seasoned medical librarian provides top Internet resources on health, eating, and nutrition! Obesity has reached epidemic proportions not only in the United States, but also around the world. How does someone with weight loss questions find the most up-to-date information available to make informed health decisions? Internet Resources on
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-08-10 - Publisher: CRC Press
“The next best thing to knowing something is knowing where to find it.” — Samuel Johnson The Internet Guide to Herbal Remedies helps you find reliable online resources for the information you need about herbs used to treat a variety of medical conditions, including cancer, heart disease, depression, and AIDS.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-06-16 - Publisher: CRC Press
Save time and trouble as you search the Internet for safe and reliable information on cosmetic procedures In a culture where everyone wants to look younger, more and more men are going “under the knife” for surgical cosmetic procedures in an effort to turn back the clock—or at least slow
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-06-21 - Publisher: CRC Press
Learn what you need to know about foodborne illness—from comprehensive Web sites! “An estimated 76 million illnesses, 323,914 hospitalizations, and 5,194 deaths are attributed to foodborne illness in the United States each year.”—2001 FDA Food Code. The Internet Guide to Food Safety and Security puts a wealth of food safety