Principles and Labs for Fitness & Wellness + MindTap Health, 1 term (6 months) Access Card (14 PCK PAP)

Principles and Labs for Fitness & Wellness + MindTap Health, 1 term (6 months) Access Card (14 PCK PAP)

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Physical Fitness and Wellness        1  (43)
Life Expectancy 4 (2)
Leading Health Problems in the United 6 (3)
States
Diseases of the Cardiovascular System 6 (1)
Cancer 7 (1)
Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease 7 (1)
Accidents 7 (2)
Lifestyle as a Health Problem 9 (1)
The Dose-Response Relationship between 9 (3)
Physical Activity and Health
Exercise Is Medicine 12 (1)
Additional Benefits of a Comprehensive 12 (2)
Fitness Program
Health Benefits 12 (1)
Exercise and Brain Function 13 (1)
Sitting Disease: A 21st-Century Chronic 14 (2)
Disease
Physical Activity and Exercise Defined 16 (2)
Types of Physical Fitness 18 (1)
Fitness Standards: Health versus Physical 18 (3)
Fitness
Health Fitness Standards 19 (1)
Physical Fitness Standards 20 (1)
Which Program Is Best? 21 (1)
Federal Guidelines for Physical Activity 21 (2)
Monitoring Daily Physical Activity 23 (2)
Pedometers and Activity Trackers 23 (1)
Recommended Steps per Day 24 (1)
Economic Benefits of Physical Activity 25 (1)
Wellness 26 (4)
The Seven Dimensions of Wellness 26 (4)
The Wellness Challenge for Our Day 30 (1)
Wellness Education: Using This Book 30 (1)
A Personalized Approach 30 (1)
Exercise Safety 30 (1)
Assessment of Resting Heart Rate and 31 (2)
Blood Pressure
Mean Blood Pressure 33 (1)
Assess Your Behavior 33 (1)
Assess Your Knowledge 33 (2)
Lab 1A Daily Physical Activity Log 35 (2)
Lab 1B Wellness Lifestyle Questionnaire 37 (3)
Lab 1C PAR-Q and Health History 40 (2)
Questionnaire
Lab 1D Resting Heart Rate and Blood 42 (2)
Pressure
Chapter 2 Behavior Modification 44 (34)
Living in a Toxic Health and Fitness 46 (6)
Environment
Environmental Influence on Physical 47 (2)
Activity
Environmental Influence on Diet and 49 (3)
Nutrition
Keys to Changing Behavior 52 (1)
Personal Values and Behavior 52 (1)
Your Brain and Your Habits 52 (2)
Changing Habits through Mindfulness and 53 (1)
Repetition
Changing Habits by Focusing on 54 (1)
Long-Term Values
Planning and Willpower 54 (1)
Implementation Intentions 55 (1)
Barriers to Change 55 (1)
Self-Efficacy 56 (1)
Sources of Self-Efficacy 57 (1)
Motivation and Locus of Control 57 (1)
Behavior Change Theories 58 (2)
The Transtheoretical Model of Change 60 (3)
Relapse 62 (1)
The Process of Change 63 (5)
Goal Setting and Evaluation 68 (2)
SMART Goals 68 (2)
Goal Evaluation 70 (1)
Assess Your Behavior 70 (1)
Assess Your Knowledge 70 (2)
Lab 2A Exercising Control over Your 72 (2)
Physical Activity and Nutrition
Environment
Lab 2B Behavior Modication Plan 74 (2)
Lab 2C Setting SMART Goals 76 (2)
Chapter 3 Nutrition for Wellness 78 (59)
Nutrients 84 (1)
Carbohydrates 84 (4)
Simple Carbohydrates 84 (1)
Complex Carbohydrates 85 (1)
Fiber 86 (1)
Types of Fiber 87 (1)
Computing Daily Carbohydrate Requirement 87 (1)
Fats (Lipids) 88 (5)
Simple Fats 88 (5)
Compound Fats 93 (1)
Derived Fats 93 (1)
Proteins 93 (3)
Vitamins 96 (1)
Minerals 97 (1)
Water 97 (1)
A Healthy Diet 98 (1)
Nutrition Standards 99 (2)
Dietary Reference Intakes 99 (2)
Nutrient Analysis 101(4)
Achieving a Balanced Diet 105(2)
Choosing Healthy Foods 107(1)
Vegetarianism 107(3)
Nutrient Concerns 108(2)
Nuts 110(1)
Soy Products 110(1)
Probiotics 110(1)
Advanced Glycation End Products 111(1)
Diets From Other Cultures 111(2)
Mediterranean Diet 111(1)
Ethnic Diets 112(1)
Nutrient Supplementation 113(6)
Antioxidants 114(2)
Multivitamins 116(1)
Vitamin D 116(2)
Folate 118(1)
Benefits of Foods 119(1)
Functional Foods 120(1)
Organic Foods 121(1)
Genetically Modified Crops 122(1)
Energy Substrates for Physical Activity 122(1)
Energy (ATP) Production 122(1)
Nutrition for Athletes 123(2)
Carbohydrate Loading 123(1)
Strenuous Exercise and Strength Training 124(1)
Hyponatremia 124(1)
Creatine Supplementation 125(1)
Bone Health and Osteoporosis 125(3)
Iron Deficiency 128(1)
2015--2020 Dietary Guidelines for 128(2)
Americans
Key Recommendations 129(1)
Physical Activity Recommendation 129(1)
Proper Nutrition: A Lifetime Prescription 130(1)
for Healthy Living
Assess Your Behavior 131(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 131(1)
Lab 3A Nutrient Analysis 132(3)
Lab 3B MyPlate Record Form 135(2)
Chapter 4 Body Composition 137(27)
What Is Body Composition? 138(2)
Essential and Storage Fat 140(1)
Why Does Body Composition Matter? 140(1)
Body Composition and Weight Loss 141(1)
Avoiding Creeping Changes in Body 141(1)
Composition
Body Shape and Health Risk 141(1)
Techniques to Assess Body Composition 142(7)
Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry 143(1)
Hydrostatic Weighing 143(2)
Air Displacement 145(1)
Skinfold Thickness 145(1)
Girth Measurements 146(1)
Bioelectrical Impedance 146(3)
Metrics Used to Assess Body Size and Shape 149(7)
Body Mass Index 149(4)
Waist Circumference 153(1)
Waist-to-Height Ratio: "Keep your waist 154(1)
circumference to less than half your
height"
Obtaining an Accurate Waist Measurement 155(1)
Determining Recommended Body Weight 156(2)
Begin with Your Current Body Composition 156(1)
Calculate Your Recommended Body Weight 157(1)
Importance of Regularly Assessing Body 158(1)
Composition
Assess Your Behavior 158(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 159(1)
Lab 4A Hydrostatic Weighing for Body 160(2)
Compostion Assessment
Lab 4B Body Composition, Disease Risk 162(2)
Assessment, and Recommended Body Weight
Determination
Chapter 5 Weight Management 164(54)
Weight Management in the Modern 166(2)
Environment
The Wellness Way to Lifetime Weight 167(1)
Management
Overweight versus Obese 168(1)
Body Weight Affects Wellness 168(1)
Tolerable Weight 169(1)
Body Image and Acceptance 169(1)
The Weight Loss Dilemma 170(5)
Health Consequences of Dieting 170(1)
Diet Crazes 171(1)
Low-Carb Diets 171(3)
Exercise-Related Weight Loss Myths 174(1)
Adopting Permanent Change 175(1)
Mental and Emotional Aspects of Weight 175(6)
Management
Willpower versus Planning 175(1)
Mindful Eating versus Distracted Eating 176(1)
Avoiding Perfectionism 177(1)
Feelings of Satisfaction versus 177(1)
Deprivation
Eating and the Social Environment 177(1)
Overcoming Emotional Eating 177(4)
Physiology of Weight Loss 181(5)
Energy-Balancing Equation 181(1)
Setpoint Theory 182(2)
Maintaining Metabolism and Lean Body 184(1)
Mass
Rate of Weight Loss in Men versus Women 185(1)
Protein, Fats, Fiber, and Feeling 186(1)
Satisfied
Losing Weight the Sound and Sensible Way 186(7)
Estimating Your Daily Energy Requirement 186(1)
Adjusting Your Fat Intake 187(1)
Reducing Evening Eating 188(1)
The Importance of Breakfast 189(1)
Drink Water and Avoid Liquid Calories 190(1)
Reducing Your Eating Occasions 190(1)
Foods that Aid in Weight Loss 191(1)
Monitoring Your Diet with Daily Food 192(1)
Logs
Nondietary Factors that Affect Weight 193(1)
Management
Sleep and Weight Management 193(1)
Light Exposure and BMI 193(1)
Monitoring Body Weight 193(1)
Physical Activity and Weight Management 194(4)
Physical Activity and Energy Balance 194(1)
Physical Activity Predicts Success at 195(1)
Weight Management
Amount of Physical Activity Needed for 195(1)
Weight Loss
Exercise and Body Composition Changes 196(1)
Overweight and Fit Debate 197(1)
Types of Exercise Recommended 198(4)
Strength-Training Increases Lean Body 198(1)
Mass
The Roles of Exercise Intensity and 199(3)
Duration in Weight Management
Healthy Weight Gain 202(1)
Behavior Modification and Adherence to a 203(3)
Weight Management Program
The Simple Truth 203(3)
Assess Your Behavior 206(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 206(2)
Lab 5A Computing Your Dally Caloric 208(1)
Requirement
Lab 5B Weight-Loss Behavior Modification 209(1)
Plan
Lab 5C Calorie-Restricted Diet Plans 210(4)
Lab 5D Healthy Plan for Weight 214(2)
Maintenance or Gain
Lab 5E Weight Management: Measuring 216(2)
Progress
Chapter 6 Cardiorespiratory Endurance 218(42)
Basic Cardiorespiratory Physiology: A 221(1)
Quick Survey
Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise 222(3)
Benefits of Aerobic Exercise 223(2)
Assessing Physical Fitness 225(1)
Responders versus Nonresponders 226(1)
Assessing Cardiorespiratory Endurance 226(1)
Components of VO2 226(1)
Tests to Estimate VO2max 227(6)
Interpreting the Results of Your VO2max 233(2)
Predicting V02 and Caloric Expenditure 234(1)
from Walking and Jogging
Ready to Start an Exercise Program? 235(1)
Guidelines for Developing 235(9)
Cardiorespiratory Endurance
Intensity 236(3)
Type (Mode) 239(1)
Time (Duration) 239(2)
Frequency 241(1)
"Physical Stillness:" A Deadly 241(1)
Proposition
Volume 242(1)
Progression Rate 242(1)
Rating the Fitness Benefits of Aerobic 243(1)
Activities
Getting Started and Adhering to a 244(4)
Lifetime Exercise Program
A Lifetime Commitment to Fitness 248(1)
Assess Your Behavior 248(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 248(2)
Lab 6A Cardiorespiratory Endurance 250(2)
Assessment
Lab 6B Caloric Expenditure and Exercise 252(4)
Heart Rate
Lab 6C Exercise Readiness Questionnaire 256(2)
Lab 6D Cardiorespiratory Exercise 258(2)
Prescription
Chapter 7 Muscular Fitness: Strength and 260(50)
Endurance
Benefits of Strength-Training 263(2)
Improves Functional Capacity 263(1)
Improves Overall Health 263(1)
Increases Muscle Mass and Resting 263(1)
Metabolism
Improves Body Composition 264(1)
Helps Control Blood Sugar 264(1)
Enhances Quality of Life as You Age 264(1)
Gender Differences 265(1)
Assessing Muscular Strength and Endurance 266(6)
Muscular Strength: Hand Grip Strength 267(1)
Test
Muscular Endurance Test 267(1)
Muscular Strength and Endurance Test 267(3)
Basic Muscle Physiology 270(1)
Types of Muscle Hypertrophy 271(1)
Factors that Affect Muscular Fitness 272(2)
Neural Function 272(1)
Types of Muscle Fiber 272(1)
Overload 273(1)
Specificity of Training 273(1)
Training Volume 273(1)
Periodization 273(1)
Guidelines for Strength-training 274(6)
Type (Mode) of Training 274(3)
Intensity (Resistance) 277(1)
Time (Sets) 278(1)
Frequency 279(1)
Results in Strength Gain 280(1)
Dietary Guidelines for Muscular and 280(1)
Strength Development
Strength-Training Exercises 281(4)
Exercise Variations 281(1)
Plyometric Exercise 281(2)
Core Strength-training 283(1)
Stability Exercise Balls 283(1)
Elastic-Band Resistive Exercise 284(1)
Exercise Safety Guidelines 285(1)
Setting Up Your Own Strength-Training 285(3)
Program
Assess Your Behavior 288(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 288(1)
Lab 7A Muscular Strength and Endurance 289(2)
Assessment
Lab 7B Strength-Training Program 291(19)
Strength-Training Exercises without 293(4)
Weights
Strength-Training Exercises with Weights 297(10)
Stability Ball Exercies 307(3)
Chapter 8 Muscular Flexibility 310(31)
Benefits of Good Flexibility 312(1)
Factors that Affect Flexibility 312(1)
Joint Structure 313(1)
Adipose Tissue 313(1)
Muscular Elasticity and Genetics 313(1)
Body Temperature 313(1)
Age 313(1)
Gender 313(1)
Level of Physical Activity 313(1)
Assessing Flexibility 313(5)
Interpreting Flexibility Test Results 316(2)
Guidelines for Developing Muscular 318(3)
Flexibility
Types of Stretching Exercises 318(1)
Physiological Response to Stretching 319(1)
Intensity 320(1)
Time/Repetitions 320(1)
Frequency 320(1)
When to Stretch? 320(1)
Flexibility Exercises 321(2)
Contraindicated Exercises 321(2)
Preventing and Rehabilitating Low Back 323(6)
Pain
Causes of Low Back Pain 323(1)
Evaluating Body Posture 323(3)
Effects of Stress 326(1)
When to Call a Physician 326(1)
Treatment Options 327(1)
Personal Flexibility and Low Back 328(1)
Conditioning Program
Assess Your Behavior 329(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 329(1)
Lab 8A Muscular Flexibility Assessment 330(2)
Lab 8B Posture Evaluation 332(2)
Lab 8C Flexibility Development and Low 334(7)
Back Conditioning
Flexibility Exercises 336(2)
Exercises For the Prevention and 338(3)
Rehabilitation of Low Back Pain
Chapter 9 Fitness Programming and Skill 341(51)
Fitness
Choosing an Exercise Program with Your 343(2)
Values in Mind
Being Flexible with Your Exercise 344(1)
Routine
Exercise Prescription for Health and 345(7)
Fitness
Basic Exercise Training Principles 345(2)
Interval Training 347(1)
High-Intensity Interval Training 347(1)
Ultra-Short Workouts 348(2)
Cross-Training 350(1)
Overtraining 350(1)
Periodization 351(1)
Skill-Related Fitness 352(8)
The Six Components of Skill-Related 352(4)
Fitness
Team Sports 356(1)
Performance Tests for Skill-Related 356(4)
Fitness
Exercise Programming for Sport or Event 360(3)
Participation
Sport-Specific Training 360(1)
Preparing for Sports Participation 360(3)
General Exercise Considerations 363(3)
Time of Day for Exercise 363(1)
Exercise in Heat and Humidity 363(1)
Exercise in Cold Weather 364(2)
Exercising with the Cold or Flu 366(1)
Nutrition and Hydration during Exercise 366(2)
Fluid Replacement during Exercise 366(1)
Meal Timing during Exercise 367(1)
Exercise-Related Injuries 368(2)
Muscle Soreness and Stiffness 368(1)
Exercise Intolerance 368(1)
Side Stitch 368(1)
Shin Splints 369(1)
Muscle Cramps 369(1)
Acute Sports Injuries 369(1)
Tailoring Exercise to Health Circumstances 370(3)
Asthma and Exercise 370(1)
Arthritis and Exercise 371(1)
Diabetes and Exercise 371(1)
Smoking and Exercise 372(1)
Women's Health and Exercise 373(2)
Menstruation and Exercise 373(1)
The Female Athlete Triad 373(1)
Exercise and Dysmenorrhea 373(1)
Exercise during Pregnancy 373(2)
Exercise and Aging 375(3)
Benefits of Lifelong Exercise 375(1)
Exercise Training for Seniors 375(3)
Body Composition in Seniors 378(1)
Exercise and Mental Health in Seniors 378(1)
Exercise Recommendations for Seniors 378(1)
You Can Get It Done 378(3)
Assess Your Behavior 381(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 381(1)
Lab 9A Personal Reflection on Exercise 382(4)
and Exercise Enjoyment
Lab 9B Assessment of Skill Fitness 386(2)
Lab 9C Personal Fitness Plan 388(4)
Chapter 10 Stress Assessment and Management 392(39)
Techniques
The Mind---Body Connection 394(1)
The Brain 394(1)
The Immune System 394(1)
Stress 395(1)
Eustress and Distress 395(1)
Chronic Distress Leads to Illness 396(1)
How the Body Adapts to Stress 396(1)
Alarm Reaction 396(1)
Resistance 396(1)
Exhaustion and Recovery 396(1)
Sources of Stress 397(1)
How Perception and Attitude Affect Health 398(1)
Self-Esteem 398(1)
Fighting Spirit 398(1)
How Behavior Patterns Affect Health 399(2)
Vulnerability to Stress 401(1)
Sleep Management 402(2)
How Much Sleep Do I Need? 402(1)
What Happens If I Don't Get Enough 402(1)
Sleep?
College Students Are Among the Most 403(1)
Sleep-Deprived
Does It Help to "Catch up" on Sleep on 403(1)
Weekends?
Time Management 404(2)
Five Steps to Time Management 404(1)
Time-Management Skills 405(1)
Managing Technostress 406(1)
How the Body Responds to Stress 407(1)
Coping with Stress 407(11)
Physical Activity 408(3)
Relaxation Techniques 411(5)
Meditation 416(2)
Which Technique Is Best? 418(1)
Assess Your Behavior 418(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 418(1)
Lab 10A Stress Events Scale 419(2)
Lab 10B Type A Personality and Hostility 421(2)
Assessment
Lab 10C Stress Vulnerability Questionnaire 423(2)
Lab 10D Goals and Time Management Skills 425(4)
Lab 10E Stress Management 429(2)
Chapter 11 Preventing Cardiovascular Disease 431(35)
Cardiovascular Disease 434(1)
Most Prevalent Forms of Cardiovascular 434(1)
Disease
Stroke 434(1)
Coronary Heart Disease 435(1)
Coronary Heart Disease Risk Profile 435(1)
Leading Risk Factors for Coronary Heart 436(26)
Disease
Physical Inactivity 437(2)
Abnormal Electrocardiograms 439(2)
Abnormal Cholesterol Profile 441(6)
Elevated Triglycerides 447(1)
Elevated Homocysteine 448(1)
Inflammation 449(1)
Diabetes 450(3)
Hypertension (High Blood Pressure) 453(6)
Excessive Body Fat 459(1)
Tobacco Use 459(1)
Tension and Stress 460(1)
Personal and Family History 461(1)
Age 461(1)
Cardiovascular Risk Reduction 462(1)
Assess Your Behavior 463(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 463(1)
Lab 11A Self-Assessment Coronary Heart 464(2)
Disease Risk Factor Analysis
Chapter 12 Cancer Prevention 466(34)
How Cancer Starts 468(1)
DNA Mutations 468(1)
Tumor Formation 469(1)
Metastasis 470(1)
Genetic versus Environmental Risk 471(1)
Incidence of Cancer 472(1)
Guidelines for Preventing Cancer 473(1)
Ten Recommendations for a Cancer 473(3)
Prevention Lifestyle
How Can I Know Which Substances Cause 476(1)
Cancer?
Dietary Changes 476(1)
Vegetables 476(1)
Vitamin D 477(1)
Antioxidants 478(1)
Phytonutrients 478(1)
Fiber 478(1)
Tea 479(1)
Spices 479(1)
Sugar 479(1)
Dietary Fat 479(1)
Processed Meat and Protein 479(2)
Soy 481(1)
Alcohol Consumption 481(1)
Nutrient Supplements 481(1)
Excessive Body Weight 482(1)
Abstaining from Tobacco 482(1)
Avoiding Excessive Exposure to Sun 483(1)
Monitoring Estrogen, Radiation 484(1)
Exposure, and Potential Occupational
Hazards
Physical Activity 485(1)
Other Factors 485(1)
Early Detection 485(1)
Warning Signals of Cancer 486(1)
Cancer: Assessing Your Risks 486(1)
Risk Factors for Common Sites of Cancer 486(8)
What Can You Do? 494(1)
Assess Your Behavior 494(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 494(2)
Lab 12A Cancer Prevention Guidelines 496(1)
Lab 12B Early Signs of Illness 497(1)
Lab 12C Cancer Risk Profile 498(2)
Chapter 13 Addictive Behavior 500(37)
Addiction 502(1)
How Addiction Develops 502(1)
Drugs and Dependence 503(1)
Caffeine 504(1)
Nonmedical Use of Prescription Drugs 505(1)
Inhalant Abuse 506(1)
Marijuana 506(1)
Cocaine 507(1)
Methamphetamine 508(2)
MDMA (Ecstasy) 510(1)
Heroin 510(2)
New Psychoactive Substances 512(1)
Synthetic Cannabinoids (Fake Pot or 512(1)
Spice)
Alcohol 513(1)
Effects on the Body 514(1)
Addictive and Social Consequences of 514(1)
Alcohol Abuse
Alcohol on Campus 515(1)
How to Cut Down on Drinking 516(1)
Treatment of Addictions 517(1)
Tobacco 517(1)
Types of Tobacco Products 518(1)
Effects on the Cardiovascular System 519(1)
Smoking and Cancer 519(1)
Effects of Secondhand Smoke 520(1)
Health Care Costs of Smoking 521(1)
Morbidity and Mortality 521(1)
Trends 521(1)
Why People Smoke 522(1)
Smoking Addiction and Dependency522(1)
Why Do You Smoke? Test 522(1)
Smoking Cessation 523(1)
Do You Want to Quit? Test 523(1)
Breaking the Habit 524(1)
Quitting Cold Turkey 525(1)
Cutting Down Gradually 525(1)
Nicotine-Substitution Products 526(1)
Life after Cigarettes 527(2)
Assess Your Behavior 529(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 529(2)
Lab 13A Addictive Behavior Questionnaires 531(2)
Lab 13B Smoking Cessation Questionnaires 533(4)
Chapter 14 Preventing Sexually Transmitted 537(22)
Infections
Types and Causes of Sexually 540(1)
Transmitted Infections
Four Most Common Bacterial STIs 540(1)
Chlamydia 541(1)
Gonorrhea 541(1)
Syphilis 542(1)
Trichomoniasis 542(1)
Four Most Common Viral STIs 543(1)
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Genital 543(1)
Warts
Genital Herpes 544(1)
Hepatitis 545(1)
HIV and AIDS 546(6)
Preventing Sexually Transmitted 552(1)
Infections
Wise Dating 552(1)
Monogamous Sexual Relationship 552(3)
Assess Your Behavior 555(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 555(2)
Lab 14A Self-Quiz on HIV and AIDS 557(2)
Chapter 15 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness 559(29)
Life Expectancy and Physiological Age 562(1)
Conventional Western Medicine 563(1)
Finding a Physician 563(2)
Searching for a Hospital 563(1)
Complementary and Alternative Medicine 564(1)
Types of CAM Practices 565(1)
Costs for CAM 566(1)
CAM Shortcomings 566(1)
Finding a CAM Practitioner 567(1)
Integrative Medicine 568(1)
Quackery and Fraud 568(4)
Looking at Your Fitness Future 572(1)
Health and Fitness Club Memberships 572(1)
Personal Trainers 573(1)
Purchasing Exercise Equipment 574(1)
Self-Evaluation and Behavioral Goals 574(1)
for the Future
Self-Evaluation 574(1)
Behavioral Goals for the Future 574(1)
The Fitness and Wellness Experience and 575(1)
a Challenge for the Future
Assess Your Behavior 576(1)
Assess Your Knowledge 577(1)
Lab 15A Life Expectancy and Physiological 578(4)
Age Prediction Questionnaire
Lab 15B Fitness and Wellness Community 582(2)
Resources
Lab 15C Self-Evaluation and Future 584(4)
Behavioral Goals
Appendix A Nutritive Value of Selected Foods 588
Notes and Suggested Readings 600(12)
Answers to Assess Your Knowledge 612(1)
Glossary 613(9)
Index 622