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  1. Excercise: A Guide from the National Institute on Aging: Excercises, Motivation, Safety, Self-Tests, Benefits, Nutrition. by National Institute on Aging, Chhanda Dutta, et all 2003
  2. Nutrition, Aging, and Health (Contemporary Issues in Clinical Nutrition)
  3. Review of the Final Report of the 21st Century Commission on Production Agriculture: Hearing Before the Committee on Aging, Nutrition, and Forestry, U.S. Senate
  4. The Anti-Aging Weight Loss Program by Hans J. Kugler, 1985-06
  5. The Nutrition of Older Adults by Geoffrey P. Webb, June Copeman, 1996-12
  6. The Retardation of Aging and Disease by Dietary Restriction by Richard Weindruch, Roy L. Walford, 1988-12
  7. Antioxidant Nutrition: Nature's Protectors Against Aging, Cancer, and Degenerative Diseases by Rita Greer, Dr. Robert Woodward, 1996-07-01
  8. Adequate nutrition for the elderly: Hearing before the Select Committee on Aging, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, second session, July 30, 1992 by United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Aging, 1992-01-01
  9. Food for thought: smart nutrition tips to protect the aging brain.: An article from: Environmental Nutrition by Sharon Palmer, 2009-11-01
  10. CONGREGATE AND HOME-DELIVERED MEALS: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of Aging</i> by ROBERT C. FICKE, SUSAN COOMBS FICKE, 2002
  11. Renewal the Anti-Aging Revolution: The Breakthrough Program by Timothy J. Smith, 1998-10
  12. Nutrition in Aging, 3rd Edition by Eleanor DPhD Schlenker, 1997-01-01
  13. Nutrition Against Aging - 1983 publication. by Michal AWinr, 1983
  14. Commodities and nutrition program for the elderly: hearing before the Special Committee on Aging, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, first session, Missoula, Mont., February 14, 1979 by United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Aging., 1979-01-01

81. Nutrition Savvy-Nutrition Lectures
and fiber. Go Back to the TOP. nutrition AND aging. This class addressesthe special needs of the senior population. This class focuses
Eating on the Run Shopping Smart Nutrition and Vitamins and Minerals Nutrition and Aging ... Eating for a Healthy Heart F ood and Immunity EATING ON THE RUN This program is designed for people on the go who want to learn how to combine nutritious eating with fast paced living. Participants will learn creative and practical strategies for weight control, meal and snack planning, grocery time savers, fast food survival, time management for meals, and more. NUTRITION AND VITAMINS AND MINERALS Attendees will learn what vitamins and minerals do, how they work, and why they are important. They will learn the difference between soluble and insoluble vitamins, what are the symptoms of vitamin and mineral deficiency, and dietary sources for the different vitamins and minerals. Other topics covered include: anti-oxidants; supplements; the role of vitamins and minerals in a variety of diseases and the immune system; and how to separate vitamin and mineral myth from fact. NUTRITION FOR WOMEN This lecture discusses the nutritional challenges for women of all ages. Participants will be given realistic recommendations on life events and health issues of specific concern to women. Topics covered include: premenstrual syndrome, food cravings, osteoporosis, menopause, anti- aging nutrients, and more.

82. Ageventure Aging Babyboomer Generationx Culture Valures Lifestyle News Trend Ret
NoNo; Waiter ! There's a Vitamin in My Soup; Oatmeal Each Day KeepsAging at Bay; nutrition Education Benefits Elder Diabetics; An
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83. Mature Market Global Trend Aging Parkinson Nutrition Hear Stress Bladder Demko
In fact, the future of our rapidly aging world is best Improvements in sanitation,housing, nutrition and medical innovations, including vaccinations and the
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Mirapex Parkinson's Drug Shows Promise
If you think the scientific community is in a slumber when it comes to discovering new treatments for Parkinson's disease ... think again. Yes, there's still " a whole lotta shak'in go'in on ", but this time it's in the laboratory. Progress has been made. A major breakthrough in treatment is about to be announced. Data from two studies on Parkinson's Disease is being released at the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) meeting this week in Toronto, Canada. Parkinson’s Disease affects approximately 1% of people over age 60 (one million people in the United States), causing tremor, muscle rigidity, slowed motion, and loss of facial expression. All of these effects worsen over time.
The two, three-year studies were conducted to determine the long-term safety and effectiveness of the drug called pramipexole in the treatment of Parkinson's patients. The studies showed that more than 50% of the patient population successfully controlled symptoms, such as tremors and rigidity, with Mirapex (pramipexole dyhydrochloride tablets) without the use of levodopa (a traditional treatment). This is good news because, although levodopa is very effective initially, over time most patients must increase their dosage to maintain control of their symptoms.

84. Nutrition For Seniors
University. National Policy and Resource Center on nutrition and aging(Center) at Florida International University, Miami, Florida.
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85. Virtual Hospital : Health Topics A-Z : Food, Nutrition And Metabolism
Food, nutrition and Metabolism. aging Begins at 30 Alcohol Withdrawal aging Beginsat 30 Altered Food, Allergies Don't Mix aging Begins at 30 Battle Of The
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Aging Begins at 30: Battle Of The Bulge Can Be Won
Your Pregnancy and Your Weight Gain
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Novelties in Diabetes Diagnosis and Management
Total Parenteral Nutrition: Policies, Procedures, and Prescribing Information

University of Iowa Family Practice Handbook: Acid-Based Disorders

University of Iowa Family Practice Handbook: Celiac Sprue (Gluten-Sensitive Enteropathy)
University of Iowa Family Practice Handbook: Substance-Use Disorders
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Breast is Best!
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Health Prose: Diabetes: Incidence Increases in Young People
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Breastfeeding and the Primary Care Provider Childhood Obesity University of Iowa Family Practice Handbook: Neonatal Metabolic Disorders All Topics ... UI Health Care Home

86. Care Of The Older Cat Including Senior Nutrition And Aging Changes
involves home and veterinary health care, nutrition, awareness of agerelated behaviorproblems, and monitoring for common changes and diseases in aging cats.

87. AED: Health Links
National Academy on an aging Society National Association for Homecare Online NationalCouncil on the aging National Institute on aging (NIA). Food nutrition.
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Child Survival BASICS: Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival
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The Future of Children

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88. Senior Journal - Nutrition
New Guide Gives Tips On Using Dietary Supplements FDA's Center for Food Safety andApplied nutrition has posted Tips Critical Hearings on Antiaging Frauds.
Books on Successful Aging Front Page Newsletter Contact Us Search ... General Features Feeling Good Fitness Health/Medicine Nutrition/Vitamin Senior Stars Government Politics Medicare Medicaid Senior Corps ... Social Security Enjoying Life Aging Books Discounts Entertainment ... Travel On The Web Links - Senior Sites We Like Elderly Issues Alzheimer's Elder Care Housing Money Money Matters Reverse Mortgage Retirement Thinking Editor's Notebook Opinions NUTRITION, VITAMINS, SUPPLEMENTS Sunday, March 30, 2003 Discount Books - Free Stuff for Seniors - Click Here Consumer Reports Says Don’t Take Ephedra or Others Like It Feb. 26, 2003 - Consumer Reports Magazine has been warning about the dangers of the herbal stimulant ephedra, and after new suspicions caused by the death of a professional athlete, they want the FDA to ban it. Click Improved Immunity in Senior Citizens Linked to New Multivitamin Boston, MA, Dec. 6, ‘02 - Taking the right daily multivitamin daily will improve immunity in the over 50 age population, according to one of the world’s leading authorities on nutrition and immunity. Click
Vitamins Valuable For Baby Boomers’ Eye Disease
Oct. 31, 02 - Prescribing high doses of vitamin supplements to aging baby boomers with vision loss due to macular degeneration – the leading cause of blindness in patients over 50 years old – could save the North American health care system more than $1.5 billion in the next 10 years, a Queen's University researcher has discovered.

89. Nutrition And Meals On Wheels (Aging)
Office on aging. nutrition PROGRAM CONGREGATE. Back to the Top. Officeon aging nutrition PROGRAM HOME DELIVERED. Menu for the Month.
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Home Current Menu Washington County Feedback Form ... Search The congregate nutrition program offers persons age 60 and over the opportunity to enjoy a hot lunch and to meet socially with other seniors. There are eight congregate meal sites located throughout Washington County that offer noon meals up to five days per week. Reservations for lunch must be made one day in advance by 12:30 p.m. by calling 335-4497 or by calling the meal site directly. Cancellations should also be called in by no later than 12:30 pm one day in advance. The eight meal sites are:
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    Hartford Senior Center
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    Hartford, WI 53027
    Open: Monday - Friday 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
    Jackson Bay Apartments
    N168 W21920 W. Main Street Jackson, WI 53037 Open: Mon./Wed./Thurs. 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

90. Southeast Iowa Area Agency On Aging -- Nutrition Services
Street, Burlington, Iowa 526015427 1-319-752-5433 · 1-800-292-1268 One of Iowa'sThirteen Area Agencies on aging. The Agency offers nutrition services at
509 Jefferson Street, Burlington, Iowa 52601-5427
One of Iowa's Thirteen Area Agencies on Aging The Agency offers nutrition services at ten locations in Southeast Iowa. We encourage all age 60 seniors to enjoy a midday meal at the location nearest their home. Reservations are required and the service is available only to persons age 60 or older or their spouse of any age. The actual meal cost is $5.25 but we will accept a private, freewill, voluntary contribution for the meal from eligible persons. Persons under the age of 60 may also eat if a reservation is made and the y are willing to pay the full cost of the meal. Meals meet 1/3 of the Required Daily Allowance (RDA) and are nutritionally balanced. Persons eating the meal must monitor their own dietary restrictions.
The listing below provides the location, the telephone number, the serving time and the contact name.
Serves At Days Telephone Site Manager Autumn Heights 11:30 a.m. Monday - Friday Violet Niehaus Burlington Home Delivered Meals For seniors not served at Autumn Heights Anita Lock Columbus Junction 12:00 p.m.

91. Southeast Iowa Area Agency On Aging, Inc.
A nonprofit organization, provides in-home services for older persons. Offered in Des Moines, Henry, Category Regional North America United States Iowa Health...... Burlington, Iowa 526015427 1-319-752-5433 1-800-292-1268 One of Iowa's ThirteenArea Agencies on aging. nutrition Services, General Information Site Listings.
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92. Food & Nutrition Research Briefs, Jan. 2003
this disease. A recent study from the ARS Jean Mayer USDA Human NutritionResearch Center on aging shows this for the first time.
January 2003
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Yummy Raisins Developed by California Team
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Calcium, Vitamin D Chop Seniors' Tooth Loss
Finding Folate: New Assay Readied ...
At Your Fingertips: Nation's Best Nutrient Data
Yummy Raisins Developed by California Team
Selma Pete grapes will dry on the vine after the canes that bear the fruit have been cut to stop the flow of water to grape clusters. Dry-on-the-vine grapes can be mechanically harvested, thus lowering labor costs. Selma Pete vines produce impressive quantities of seedless grapes that dry to form sweet, juicy raisins. Diamond Muscat is also a seedless grape. That's a major advantage over the well-known Muscat of Alexandria, which has to be mechanically deseeded, resulting in sticky, damaged raisins. The rich flavor of Diamond Muscat makes it ideal for confections such as chocolate-covered raisins or for dessert wines. Selma Pete and Diamond Muscat, first made available to growers and nurseries in 2001 and 2000, respectively, are descendants of parent vines developed in the early 1900s by USDA scientists in California and are the newest of the raisin grapes from the California laboratory. For more information, contact

93. Hormone Replacement Therapy, Anti-Aging, Human Growth Hormone And Weight Control
Offering anti-aging therapy, human growth hormone replacement and weight control.Category Health aging Life Extension Medical Practitioners...... As an advanced clinical practitioner, I can help you achieve a happier, healthierlife through proper nutrition, antiaging science, and/or psychological

Though we've all heard the phrase "You are what you eat", many people don't realize the importance of nutrition and how it relates to health and well being. As an advanced clinical practitioner, I can help you achieve a happier, healthier life through proper nutrition, anti-aging science, and/or psychological motivation.
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94. S&T Media Service - Antioxidants: Your Modern Day Anti-Aging Nutrients
Food nutrition Antioxidants Your Modern Day Antiaging Nutrients Posted on Monday,September 30 @ 171927 PHT by tagapamalita Food nutrition During the

95. Faculty Of The SGEC Areas of interest/expertise Developing curriculum and teachingundergraduate and graduate courses in aging and nutrition, Health Issues
A center for multidisciplinary ethnogeriatric education, focusing on faculty development, training for health care providers, research, and policy analysis. Faculty of the SGEC
SGEC Faculty and Affiliated Core Faculty include SGEC staff in the Division of Family and Community Medicine/GIM in the Stanford University School of Medicine, consortium chairs from San Jose State University, On Lok Senior Health Services, Laguna Honda Hospital and the Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley, Inc. and representatives of a variety of local institutions. Disciplines represented include medicine, nursing, gerontology, social work, nutrition, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacology, pastoral care, physical therapy, psychology, health education, and public health. SGEC Faculty and Affiliated Core Faculty Nancy Morioka-Douglas, MD, MPH
Stanford University School of Medicine Melen McBride, RN, PhD

96. UC Davis Clinical Nutrition Research Unit - Related Links
Center for Healthy aging. Department of Internal Medicine. Department of nutrition.Division of Endocrinology, Clinical nutrition, and Vascular Medicine.
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Alzheimer's Disease Center
Animal Resources Service California Regional Primate Research Center (CRPRC)
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Alzheimer's Disease Center

This Center is located within the Department of Neurosciences in the Ambulatory Care Building at the UC Davis Medical Center. Under the direction of Professor and Chair W Jagust MD, the NIH-funded Alzheimer's Disease Center (ADC) provides a fully-staffed site for the care and etiologic studies of up to 250 new dementia patients per year, 90% of whom carry the diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease.
An electronic base of clinical, cognitive, and imaging characteristics and of DNA samples is maintained on over 500 live patients with a complementary brain bank. Access to patients, the data base, DNA, and other tissue specimens is available to funded CNRU investigators with approved and relevant protocols though application to the ADC. Current examples of CNRU research interactions include ongoing and projected studies by former CNRU New Investigator JW Miller, PhD, on folate, vitamin B12, and hyperhomocysteinemia in dementia syndromes, and of Program Director CH Halsted, MD, and Genetics Subcore Director CH Warden, PhD, on potential folate hydrolase polymorphisms in patients with Alzheimer's disease

97. News Letters
showed the importance of nutrition in maintaining the health of the elderly withthe majority of chronic diseases of aging being nutrition-related, and
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SupplementWatch NewsLetter - February 2003 This month, we're devoting the entire SupplementWatch newsletter to the conference on Dietary Supplement Use in the Elderly, that was held at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on January 14 and 15, 2003 ( This conference brought together some of the top researchers in the fields of nutrition, biochemistry, and gerontology to discuss important issues concerning the benefits and risks of dietary supplement use in the elderly. With government statistics showing that more than 50% of elderly currently use some form of dietary supplement, this conference was a well-needed forum. Paul Coates, Ph.D., Director of the Office of Dietary Supplements at the NIH ( presented data showing supplement sales of $17.7 billion in 2001 - with NIH funding for dietary supplement research topping $98 million in 1999 and $117 million in 2000 (encompassing 370 research projects across 18 centers and institutes at the NIH). He also noted that dietary supplement research continues with the National Library of Medicine website providing a bibliography of over 3500 references of studies on dietary supplement use in the elderly.

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99. About Us
Myths of aging and nutrition. Janice Thompson, Ph.D. There is much mythologyconcerning aging in general, and the nutrition of aging in particular.
Myths of Aging and Nutrition
Janice Thompson, Ph.D.
There is much mythology concerning aging in general, and the "nutrition of aging" in particular. This is compounded by the reduced physical activity of many older persons. Exercise and nutrition are inextricably linked. Dietary fat appears to correlate with body fat. Some young female athletes eat as little as two grams of fat per day-this is extremely dangerous. For most people, the basal energy expenditures equal 68% of total calorie need. Exercise does not affect the "resting metabolic rate," or RMR. Caloric need derives mostly from the amount of lean tissue a person has. Nutritional self-report are difficult and inaccurate. Memory and accuracy are problems. A 1919 equation that predicts caloric need is very adequate. It depends on weight and height and gender and age. For most inactive persons, the metabolic rate times 1.5 equals the number of calories needed. For most active persons, the metabolic rate times 2 equals the number of calories needed. "Obesity" means a person has more than 30% body fat, but many females have 37%. Growth hormones have unacceptable side effects and result is no increase in muscle strength. Mexican clinics promoting growth hormones exaggerate their results, and people may not be receiving real growth homones.

100. Juice Guy, The
Information guide explores nutritionrelated conditions and illnesses, and emphasizes the importance of fruits, vegetables, and water.

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