Articles Tagged: nutrition

Are my bones healthy?

Bone health is important for women of all ages. Take our quiz to find out how healthy your habits are for your bones!

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vitaminAm I getting enough vitamins, minerals and fiber in my diet?

Vitamins, minerals, and fiber are needed for healthy eyes, skin, hair, blood, and digestion. They also keep your immune system strong, which helps you fight colds, the flu, and other diseases. Take our quiz to see if you get enough vitamins, minerals, and fiber!

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dietary ironDo I get enough iron in my diet?

It is important to get enough iron to build red blood cells, muscle proteins, and healthy bones. Most importantly, it helps your blood cells carry the oxygen it needs for energy. Take our quiz to see if you are getting enough iron!

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girl in kitchenAre my eating habits healthy?

Good nutrition will help you have energy all day long and will give your body the major nutrients, vitamins, and minerals it needs. It will also help you stay strong for sports or other activities. Take our quiz to see if you have good nutrition habits!

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Am I eating a healthy amount of dietary fat?

Having fat in your diet is important, but eating too much fat, especially saturated fat, can be unhealthy.Take our quiz to see how well you are balancing the amount of fat you eat!

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girl holding soccer ballHow much do I know about sports nutrition?

Just as a car runs best with a full tank of gas, your body needs the right kind of “nutritional fuel”. Take our quiz to test your knowledge of nutrition for sports!

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calciumDo I get enough calcium in my diet?

It is important to get enough calcium because calcium is a mineral that keeps your bones strong. Your muscles and nerves also need calcium to work. Take our quiz to see if you are getting enough calcium!

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fiberFiber

Fiber is a type of carbohydrate found in fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, and nuts. It helps move food through the digestive system, which prevents you from getting constipated. Certain types … read more

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PCOS iconsPCOS: Nutrition Basics

Diet and exercise are important parts of managing PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). This is because young women with PCOS often have higher levels of insulin (a hormone) in their blood, … read more

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