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Every day for 35 days, you’ll get a tip about nutrition and how to make and keep your marriage healthy.
From nutrition to communication skills, you’ll be living “The Good Life” with your favorite person!
This app was created for 3 reasons:
-to help spouses to connect more deeply emotionally and physically
-to promote better nutrition, digestion and overall mood
-to begin the financial conversation in your marriage
You’ll get access to all the tips and hints that helped me during 25 years of happy marriage, as well as ways to be happy with yourself!
As I’ve said from day one way back in 1988, “Each Day Better Than The Last!”
Here’s to your marriage becoming more “delicious” every day, starting today!
Peace, Marriage Nutrition xxoo
There is no time in your child’s life that nutrition is going to be as important as it is right now, when it hasn’t even drawn its first breath.
Proper nutrition and good health are a vital part of having a healthy pregnancy, preventing many major birth defects and decreasing your chance of delivering a premature or low birth weight baby.
Since your baby is obviously incapable of eating by itself at this point in time they are going to get all of the nutrients they need to grow and develop properly from the foods that you eat. That means that you have to make sure that you’re eating enough for both of you-and not just in mean calories either!
For the next nine months the nutrients that you take in are going to have to sustain both your health and that of your fetus, so it’s essential that you make sure you’re getting enough of the necessary vitamins and minerals for both of you.
Your Prenatal Vitamins Aren’t Enough!
Many women read the section above and think, ‘I’m taking my prenatal vitamins like my physician told me, and I’m trying to eat healthy. Do I still have to worry about my nutrition?’
The answer to that is ABSOLUTELY. Prenatal vitamins help, but there is no substitute for proper nutrition during the gestation period. That’s not to say that you shouldn’t take prenatal vitamins.
They will go a long way toward helping to compensate for the necessary nutrients that are all but impossible to get through your food in a day.
There is a reason that prenatal vitamins are called nutritional supplements, however. On their own they’re not sufficient to ensure that your baby grows and develops properly. That’s why it’s vital that you understand what you need to do during your pregnancy to keep both you and baby healthy.
A lot of books on prenatal nutrition throw words like gestational diabetes, frenulum and folic acid around without ever bothering to explain what they are, leaving you scrambling for a dictionary and eventually causing you to give up. After all, if you can't even understand it when you read about it, how on earth are you ever going to do it?!?!
This book is among the first books to be written with the expertise of a medical expert and from the viewpoint of the average, everyday, ordinary, "going to be the one actually getting up in the middle of the night to change the baby's diaper while the obstetrician sleeps peacefully mom".
It's the book on pregnancy nutrition you'll actually understand, explained in stages to make it easy for you to give your baby the best chance at being born healthy and happy.
In this book, you will learn how to:
# The various stages of fetal development
# How nutrition affects how your baby grows
# The role that nutrition plays in determining whether or not your child has a birth defect
# How to have a healthy baby without giving up your favorite foods
# What to do when you can't follow a regular pregnancy “diet”
# How to lose those pregnancy pounds afterward quickly and painlessly, even if you’re nursing
# And a lot MORE!
With this book, anyone can learn what they need to know about pregnancy nutrition. Fetuses need most of the same things that adults do in order to thrive, so the hop from a pre-pregnancy diet to a pregnancy diet to a post-pregnancy diet should be a piece of cake!
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This version works on ALL Android devices.
Fast Food Nutrition is an easy to use tool to add and track all of your nutrition or diet information on 350 of your favorite restaurant chains. With calories, Weight Watcher's Points Plus, fats, trans fats, saturated fats, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, sugars and protein for every item, you can evaluate your dietary intake with ease. And it’s a calorie counter that actually lets you calculate your calories! Item by item, meal by meal, quick and easy! And you can save and export as many meals as you want. The app also displays the total percent of RDA for all meals.
Permissions: Stores Automatically to your SD Card.
■ Over 350 Restaurant Chains
■ Calculates your entire meal
■ Share your meal with others
■ Store as many meals as you like
■ Saves and exports your meals
■ 60,000 menu items
■ 600,000 data points
■ One-Touch meal selection
■ Favorites Area for ease of use
■ Works Great on Kindle Too!
Organized by Restaurant, Food Group, and Food, you are able to review a Nutrition Facts label with information presented in both gram/milligram and percent daily value format. The Details button shows allergies, ingredients, and information about other dietary concerns. Also, search for a food directly by name.
Nutrition Pro Manager is the ultimate tool to calibrate the best diet and significantly improve your nutrition knowledge.
The features include
✓ Access to a detailed encyclopedic reference about the main nutrients of the human diet, clicking the menu button of your device, you can choose to show the nutrients by category. For every nutrient is shown also the risk of low intake and\or overdose, and are listed the interactions with others elements that can influence the needed amount due to synergistic or antagonist effect.
✓ Nutrients in foods tool, that allow you to see which foods contains the selected nutrient and the related amount.(This is an informative section therefore are showed all foods regardless vegetarian\vegan selection.)
✓ DRI-RDA-AI diet calculation based on your physical parameters and type of diet (normal, vegetarian or vegan), eventually also pregnancy and lactation conditions are evaluated if selected in your profile.
✓ Nutrient intake calculation for every need, lose weight, muscular building or normal healthy diet.
✓ Accurate energy intake calculation based on your physical parameters and lifestyle.
✓ Daily calorie counter with custom foods checklist support.
✓ Basal Metabolism calculation.
✓ PAL calculation.
✓ BMI, Body Mass Index calculation and evaluation based on the new formula updated with the latest Oxford University's researches, rather than old Quetelet calculation.
✓ Multiple profile support.
✓ Off-line, the app use the connection only to verify the license, after license validation the app doesn't require Internet connection to works.
✓ Totally Ad Free
Simply the best and most comprehensive nutrition app for Android.
The app is available in English and Italian, more translation and functions are coming. Stay tuned.
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Nutrition Complete tailors the data to your specific daily calories intake and your gender/age group, so that you will know the exact percentage of the Daily Value (DV). Nutrition Complete also contains a build-in calculator to allow quick adjustment of serving size. The app's "Advisor Mode" even lets you search for food based on your designed nutrient value.
Take advantage of Nutrition Complete's simple interface to quickly find the food item you are looking for. You can even add your favorite food to a personalized list for future reference.
* Complete and accurate nutrition information for nearly 10,000 food items.
* Customizable display based on user daily calories intake and gender/age group.
* Switch views between DV% and weight (i.e., grams).
* Switch views between different serving sizes.
* Unique "Advisor Mode" that lets you search for food based on your designed nutrient value.
* Build-in calculator to allow quick adjustment of serving size.
* Save favorite food items to a personalized list.
Nutrient listed: Calories, Protein, Fat (saturated, monounsaturated, polyunsaturated), Cholesterol, Fiber, Sugar, Water, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Selenium, Vitamin A, B-6, B-12, C, D, E, K, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Pantothenic acid, Folate, Folic acid, Folate, Choline, Retinol, Carotene, Cryptoxanthin, Lycopene, Lutein + zeaxanthin
Nutrition is a fully-featured flash card app that includes:
+ Main Deck
+ Faves Deck
+ Ignore Feature
+ Shuffle Ability
+ Choice of Primary Side
+ Search Feature
+ Beautiful, Easy-to-Use Interface
Individual cards can be added to or removed from a built-in "Faves Deck" at any time. Use the "Faves Deck" to study only the cards that really give you trouble.
Cards can also be "ignored." If you've mastered a card, just add it to the "Ignore List."
Both the "Main Deck" and the "Faves Deck" can be shuffled at any point.
You can also select which side of the card (front or back) you want as the primary side.
There's also a search feature and a complete index!
The "Flip" button really flips the card (just like a real flash card!) and the arrows can be used to navigate to cards within a deck.
Perfect for nutritionists, doctors, paramedics, nurses, medical students or anyone looking to improve their nutrition!
Download Nutrition today because your education can't wait!
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Download this FREE app to answer all of your food safety questions.
This ad-free app features:
IS IT DONE YET?
Check the safe internal cooking temperatures for meats and more.
TIME TO TOSS?
Learn essential information on how long you can keep those leftovers.
QUIZ: IS MY KITCHEN SAFE?
Test your knowledge of kitchen safety and see what grade your kitchen receives.
ASK AN EXPERT.
Find out more about food safety from registered dietitians—the food and nutrition experts.
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Use FoodDood to set a dietary profile with any nutrient, allergen, or additive properties then let your kids scan away at the store receiving scores and fun sounds when they find healthy products (Healthy being determined by your profile - which as a responsible parent we're sure you will set correctly!!?? or maybe you'll learn yourself)
Unlock new sounds with each different product scanned.
This is going to be the last time in your life that it’s a piece of cake to get them to eat their vegetables, so enjoy it! You’re going to spend the next eighteen years (and then some) trying to convince them that spinach is good for them and that the slimy stuff on the outside of their carrots is just pulp, but right now you’re making all the decisions when it comes to what they eat.
Proper pregnancy nutrition is a vital factor in proper fetal development because the fetus is physically incapable of providing for itself, nor can it show any visible signs of malnourishment between monthly check-ups as a newborn can. That means that for the next nine months it’s going to be completely up to you to ensure that you are properly eating for two, taking in the vitamins and nutrients that are going to help you give birth to a healthy, happy baby while keeping yourself healthy at the same time.
Remember, baby’s going to take what it needs long before those nutrients ever have the opportunity to go through your system. By not eating properly you’re not only harming your baby, you’re harming yourself as well. That’s why it’s so important that you make sure you get the vitamins and nutrients that you need for the next nine months as well. Lack of attention might still lead to a healthy baby, but baby’s not going to change themselves! Mom needs to be healthy too in order to keep up with her little bundle of joy in the coming months. Giving birth is hard enough on the body. You certainly don’t want to add malnutrition into the mix.
The problem that many women face when it comes to pregnancy nutrition is that they simply don’t understand. Why? Not because they’re stupid, or because they don’t want to do what’s best for their baby. It’s because most books on pregnancy, particularly those that deal with the ins and outs of nutrition for the next nine months, are written by medical professionals. That makes sense, right? Who better to take advice from concerning the growth and development of your baby than the doctor that’s made it their life’s work?