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Ortho TriCyclen

Your body changes each decade-so fast in your early years that you wonder where “the old you” went, so gradually in your later years that you scarcely notice becoming another person.
Whether slow or quick, your life’s shifts require that you eat the kinds of foods that will keep pace with an altered body and body chemistry. If you eat right, you can escape many of the tolls of aging.
Parade has surveyed the science of nutrition and come up with a plan for seven stages of eating for the seven periods of your life when you have to adjust what you eat to the biological person you become.
First, we found general rules of healthful eating for almost everyone of any age. Follow them, and you’ll give yourself the best possible odds for a long, healthy life.
Calorie Control
Take in neither more nor less food than you need for growth and energy consumption. If you eat more calories than you burn up (calories are units of heat, or energy), you will get fat. And fat people, in general, sicken and die earlier than lean people.
Fat Control
By keeping your fat intake down, you can easily control your calories. Laboratory mice who’ve been given all they want of a high-fat diet of items taken off supermarket shelves-cakes, cheeses, candies-become obese. Their fellow mice who’ve been offered only low-fat, high-carbohydrate foods stay slim, sleek, and sound.
The American Heart Association suggests that healthy people over the age of 2 keep fat down to 30 percent of each day’s total calories. However, the American Academy of Pediatrics says that children aged 2 to 12 can take 30 to 40 percent of their calories in fat.
Lower your intake of animal fats from whole milk and cream products, beef, veal, lamb, pork, and some vegetable fat, particularly oils of coconut, palm, and palm kernel. Such fats stimulate your liver to create excess cholesterol.

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