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TV nutritional promotion in New Zealand (February-March) By Jose D. Pérezgonzález
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PÉREZGONZÁLEZ Jose D (2007). TV nutritional promotion in New Zealand (February-March). The Balanced Nutrition Index (BNI), 2007, issue 1. ISSN:1177-8849. This issue of the BNI™ is... More > a supporting document for a research on health promotion. Part of the research is concerned with the nutritional climate portrayed in television in NZ during February and March 2007. Such climate is based on the BNI™ of the food products advertised times the frequency of advertising. This issue presents content analyses for food products (other than meals and alcoholic drinks) advertised in NZ during that period. Consequently, food products pertaining to diverse categories are included together, such as ingredients, basic food products and finalised food products. The most important property of the BNI™ is that it provides a single value to represent how balanced a food product is. This both reduces cognitive workload for the consumer and helps compare products more easily.< Less
Traditional Apache foods By Jose D. Pérezgonzález
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PÉREZGONZÁLEZ Jose D (2008). Traditional Apache foods. The Balanced Nutrition Index (BNI), 2008, issue 1. ISSN:1177-8849. This issue of the BNI™ is a supporting document for a... More > research on the nutritional value of traditional Apache foods, based on research by Sharma et al (2008). Overall, Apache foods have a BNI of 60, and are specially unbalanced towards excess of sodium and deficiency in fiber. Other than that, they are relatively balanced, especially when a variety of foods are eating in approximately similar serving sizes.< Less
Snack bars in New Zealand By Jose D. Pérezgonzález
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PÉREZGONZÁLEZ Jose D (2007). Snack bars in New Zealand. The Balanced Nutrition Index (BNI), 2007, issue 2. ISSN:1177-8849. This issue of the BNI™ is a supporting document for a... More > research on the nutritional value of snack bars available to New Zelanders but generalizable to other countries. Overall, the average snack bar has a BNI of 93, and is specially unbalanced towards excess of sugar. It also tends to be very high in saturated fat and very low in protein. On the positive side, it tends to be low in sodium. The average serving size is 38 grams, providing 4 kcal (17 kJul) per gram. This may not help feel satiated, thus inducing over-consumption.< Less
A Comprehensive Guide to Sports Nutrition By Avery Forks
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The term 'athlete' is used in a general, as well as specific sense. In general, it means any sports person - one who regularly participates in sports. More specifically, the word is used to describe... More > participants in track and field events, such as events involving jumping, running, and throwing. Athletes have above average physical abilities. To achieve and maintain these abilities, they need to undertake a vigorous exercise routine, proper dietary intake, and adequate rest. They need to be very disciplined about all these aspects. Neglect of any one component can result in a below-par performance. This book covers everything you need to know about sports nutrition such as: - Sports Nutrition And Athletic Health - Sports Nutrition Education - Sports Nutrition And Quick Food Fixes - Sports Nutrition Programs - Sports Nutrition Supplements and so much more!< Less