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    Installing an Intake

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    Installing an aftermarket intake is easier then you think with these easy to follow instructions. All that is needed are a few basic tools: a regular screw driver (flat head) and a ratchet with a 3/8” bit and an adjustable wrench. There is no need to jack the car up for installing this part; all that is needed is to pop the hood. After you have gathered all of your tools, pop the hood and get familiar with what you we will be replacing. The intake is the big black plastic box found at the lower

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    Nutrition and Food Intake Since we have been learning about nutrition in class, our task was to record a food log. Nutrition requires a well-balanced diet containing nutrient and vitamins like amino acids and fatty acids. Over the past seven days I have been recording and have been looking very carefully at my intake of nutrients, minerals, vitamins, and fats. In our task, the objective was to record the basic foods we ate during the period of seven, but it did not require recording every single

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    Our Sugar Intake Must be Reduced

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    Our Sugar Intake Must be Reduced! Everyone that has grown up in this culture has memories of eating sweets as a child. They seem so harmless and yet they are dangerous. They can cause many health problems when taken in excess. It really is time that parents start to limit their child's sugar intake. The consequences are unbearable. There are many problems that result from the intake of too many sugar products. First, they can cause malnutrition. Secondly, too much sugar can cause

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    Regulation of Food Intake in Obese People WHAT IS OBESITY? The most common eating disorder in our society is excessive eating which includes craving and compulsive eating which can quite often result in obesity (http://www.nutramed.com/zeno/addictive.htm#exorphins). Obesity is a body condition where a person's body mass index is greater than 30. Other diseases that can accompany or follow obesity include diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease. Also, obese people are at a greater risk of

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    implementing a protocol to utilize motivational interviewing (MI) to improve fruit and vegetable intake in older adults who are patients in a primary care setting. The methodology proposed for implementing such a protocol will be the utilization of an organizational development strategy known as action research. This paper aims to explore the problem of inadequate approaches to fruit and vegetable intake counseling to older adults by their advanced practice nurse (APN) providers, propose a potential

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    Pass the Potato Chips

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    calories (http://plainfield.bypass.com/%7Etwilbur/olestra.html). What is the purpose of olestra? The purpose of olestra is two-fold. Consumers believe they can cut calories eating products containing olestra. Since this fat substitute decreases fat intake, the result is weight loss. More importantly, less fat in a person’s daily diet cuts down the risk of heart disease, cancer, and other illnesses. What products will contain olestra? Developed by Proctor & Gamble, olestra will be used in potato

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    Ok, we've seen it brought up a million and one times, so, I'm going to give my take on the whole turbo vs. supercharger arguement once and for all. Honestly, both devices ROCK. They essentially do the same thing (which is pressurize the intake) when it comes down to it. Argueing that one makes "more power" than the other is utterly redundant, as I re-iterate that they both essentially do the same thing. (Look up redundancy in the dictionary and it will say "See Redundant".) Anyways, I'm going to

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    Superchargers

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    the more power the engine can produce. However, in a non-“blown” engine, only a certain amount can be forced in. In order to understand the workings and importance of a supercharger, we must first be familiar with how a normal or stock engine’s intake works. A four stroke engine is the kind most commonly found in automobiles, and operates in four distinct steps or “strokes”; induction, compression, combustion and exhaust. On the first stroke, the piston moves downward and causes a pressure

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    Osteoporosis

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    fractures Certain some people are more likely to develop Osteoporosis than others. These factors can increase your chances of getting osteoporosis. -A family history of fractures in elderly women -Use of certain medications -Chronically low calcium intake -Thin and/or small bones -An ina...

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    How Much Protein Do Athletes Need?

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    stored for the body to use. Protein can be inefficiently used as energy by converting amino acids to glucose, but it is primarily used by the body to build and repair tissues. If too much protein is taken in, the excess may be stored as fat. INTAKE OF PROTEIN How much protein should an individual eat? Are protein supplements necessary? Much hype exists about protein and its importance. "Mix one part fact with several parts ignorance; season with advertising, sprinkle on a need for that all-important

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