Conclusion

Adolescence is a time of growing up both physically and socially. During these years, the nutrition choices people make will affect not only their current health, but their future health as well. see also Eating Disorders; Eating Disturbances; School-Aged Children, Diet of.

Amy N. Marlow

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Bode, Janet (1999). Food Fight: A Guide to Eating Disorders for Preteens and Their Parents. New York: Aladdin Paperbacks.

Duyff, Roberta Larson (2002). American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide. New York: Wiley.

Krizmanic, Judy (1999). The Teen's Vegetarian Cookbook. New York: Viking.

nutrient: dietary substance necessary for health diet: the total daily food intake, or the types of foods eaten mineral: an inorganic (non-carbon-containing) element, ion, or compound vegan: person who consumes no animal products, including milk and honey

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