Food and You: A Guide to Healthy Habits for Teens

By Marjolijn Bijlefeld; Sharon K. Zoumbaris | Go to book overview

ADDITIONAL READING

a

Antonella, Jean. How to Become Naturally Thin by Eating More: The Anti-DietBook. St. Paul, Minn.: Heartland Book, 1989.


b

Barasch, Douglas S. “Killer Diets: The New Fat-pill Junkies.” Cosmopolitan, April 1997, vol. 222, no. 4: 178–82.


c

Clark, Jane Bennett. “Worth the Weight.” Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, April 1999, vol. 53, issue 4: 102.

Cowley, Geoffrey, and Karen Springen. “After Fen-Phen.” Newsweek, September 29, 1997, vol. 130, no. 13: 46–49.

Czarnecki, Joanne, and Shelley Drozd. “Rating the Fat-Fighters.” Men’s Health, January 1999, vol. 14, issue 1: 60.


d

Denny, Sharon. “Nutrient Robbers: Food Habits and Teenagers.” Current Health 2, March 1997, vol. 23, no. 7: 6–13.


g

Gleick, Elizabeth. “Available from a Doctor near You.” Time International,October 25, 1999, issue 43: 65.


k

Krowchuk, Daniel P. “Problem Dieting Behaviors Among Young Adolescents.” Journal of the American Medical Association 280, no. 20 (November 25, 1998): 1728.


l

Levine, Hallie. “Fen-phen Killed My Wife.” Cosmopolitan, December 1997, vol. 223, no. 6: 196–200.


m

“Mad About Metabolife: Some Call It a Dieter’s Dream; Others Say It’s a Health Hazard. But Americans Can’t Get Enough of This Herbal Weight-Loss Remedy.” Newsweek, October 4, 1999, vol. 134, no. 14: 52–53.


p

Pipher, Mary Bray. Hunger Pains: From Fad Diets to Eating Disorders—WhatEvery Woman Needs to Know About Food. Holbrook, Mass.: Adams, 1995.


r

Rhodes, Maura. “America’s Top 6 Fad Diets.” Good Housekeeping, July 1996, vol. 223, no. 1: 100–103.

Rover, Elena. “Rethinking Diet Pills.” Ladies Home Journal, March 1997, vol. 114, no. 3: 60.


s

Shute, Nancy. “FDA Approves a New Diet Drug.” U.S. News&World Report, December 8, 1997, vol. 123, no. 22: 38.

Stapleton, Stephanie. “Diet Drugs: Problems and Prospects.” American MedicalNews, November 9, 1998, 31.

Stoppard, Miriam. Healthy Weight Loss. New York: DK Publishers, 1999.


u

Underwood, Anne. “The Battle of Pork Rind Hill: When the Nation’s Bestselling Diet Gurus Squared Off in a Raucous Food Fight, One Thing Was Clear: There’s No Easy Way to Shed That Ugly Flab. So Get Out the Jogging Shoes.” Newsweek, March 6, 2000, vol. 135, no. 10: 50–52.


w

Welch, Christine B. “The Miracle That Wasn’t: Fen-phen and Redux.” DiabetesForecast, April 1998, vol. 51, no. 4: 40–46.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • 1 - Making Healthy Choices 1
  • 2 - The Basics 13
  • Additional Reading 31
  • 3 - Going Veg! 33
  • 4 - Fast-Food Trap 47
  • Additional Reading 60
  • 5 - Get off the Couch 61
  • Additional Reading 74
  • 6 - Losing Weight the Healthy Way 75
  • Additional Reading 86
  • 7 - Risky Business: Tobacco, Alcohol, and Drugs 87
  • 8 - Be a Smart Food Shopper 109
  • Additional Reading 125
  • 9 - Setting Up Your First Kitchen 127
  • 10 - Eating Disorders 143
  • 11 - Special Diets 153
  • Appendix A 171
  • Appendix B 189
  • Appendix C 193
  • Appendix D 195
  • Appendix E 221
  • Appendix F 223
  • Appendix G 227
  • Index 247
  • About the Authors 253
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