Do you know someone who may have a drug problem?review Healthy People 2020 Nutrition & Weight Status Website. Look through the “Overview” section.
review Healthy People 2020 Nutrition & Weight Status Website. Look through the “Overview” section. Then go to the “Objectives” section. Review all of the listed objectives for 2020. Identify one objective(s) (or more) that is most interesting to you and describe WHY. Identify one (or more) objective(s) that is least interesting to you and describe WHY.
Do you know someone who may have a drug problem? What steps, if any, have you taken to help that person? If you were using drugs and felt that things had gone out of control, what would you want your friends to do for you? (hint: see page 162 “Take Charge If Someone you Know Has a Drug Problem”) Justify your answer. Respond to at least two other students.
Many food additives are currently approved for use and are recognized as “GRAS” (generally recognized as safe) substances. Review the text p.231-12th ed. (Additives in Food, Food Irradiation and Genetically Modified Food) & p. 218-13th ed. (Additives in Food and Food Biotechnology) and the article: “Chemical Cuisine Learn about Food Additives” by the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
Check out the entire article (all listed substances) and descriptions, then go to your pantry/refrigerator or review items at the grocery store. Find two food additives to discuss that are currently present in the foods you consume (and listed in the category of: cut back; caution; certain people should avoid; avoid). Defend whether you agree or disagree with adding the substance to food and why. Do your findings change your attitude about purchasing the product?