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Provera (Medroxyprogesterone)

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Other names: Cycrin
WHAT IS A BALANCED DIET AND ARE YOU EATING IT?
A balanced diet is something easily found in books and rarely on the table. Though nutrients are widely scattered all through our food supply, soil depletion, storage, food processing, and cooking destroy many of them. Still, there are enough left to make balancing meals important. After all, supplements cannot work without food and the better the food you eat, the more effective your supplements will be. Unfortunately, no possible “balanced” diet is likely to meet nutritional needs today.
Nevertheless, to know whether or not you are balancing your meals, you should become familiar with the four basic food groups, and the recommended number of portions that should be eaten from them each day. Serving sizes should be individually determined; smaller amounts for less active people, larger amounts for teenagers and people who do physically strenuous work.
Milk group
Milk, cheese, yoghurt, foods made from milk.
3 servings per day for a child
4 servings per day for a teenager
2 servings per day for an adult
4 servings per day for pregnant and lactating women
Meat group
Beef, veal, pork, lamb, fish, poultry, liver, or eggs. Dry peas, beans, soy extenders, and nuts combined with animal protein – including eggs, milk, and cheese – or grain protein can be substituted for meat serving.
2 servings per day
3 servings per day for pregnant women
Fruit-vegetable group
Citrus or other fruit rich in vitamin С [or tomato juice] should be eaten daily. Dark-green, leafy, or orange vegetables and fruit should be eaten three or four times a week for vitamin A.
4 servings per day
Grain group
Whole or enriched grains, bread in any shape, hot or cold cereals, macaroni, noodles, or other pasta.
4 servings per day
The recommended servings, as outlined by the National Research Council, are designed to supply 1,200 calories. You are expected to adjust the size of the servings to suit your own individual growth, weight, and energy needs.
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