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Note teenagers - weight loss can be harmful

Jun 20th 2014 at 10:10 PM

Which components may be lacking in the diets?
Teens who use diet, especially teenage girls who use unhealthy means of weight control , do not provide your body with some of the most important nutrients. According to research carried out under the project EAT, typical constraint, that is,    http://www.squidoo.com/good-effect-against-arthritis

cut the amount of dairy products, meant that in the case of 75% of girls takingunhealthymeans of weight control intake of calcium was below normal. Perhaps you think it's nothing, but take into account that in adolescence gain almost half of their bone mass.

Those whose bone mass at the time reaches the optimal level, will be in a good position in the future when they begin to lose bone calcium due to the normal aging process.     http://jhonalberthealthblog.tumblr.com/post/89350287692/physical-therapy-important-notes

Read: Milk - truth and myths

Talk to your child
I'm sure that I see the eyes of his daughter, when I tell her that it can not be used diet , as it may contribute to the formation of osteoporosis at the age of that for her it seems so distant as to be unreal. Despite this, tell her that.    http://www.squidoo.com/chemical-contents-of-ginger

As parents we must be aware of the strong links between the use of dietsand the amount of nutrients taken and our task is to help our children understand these relationships and avoid unhealthy behaviors. Teens who are overweight,

which use different methods of weight control can incorporate into your daily diet dairy products a reduced content fat , not suffered the intake of calcium.        
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