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Journal EntryHerbs at a glance
Visit the website of the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine for information on many of the herbs used as and in dietary supplements.
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Journal EntryA New Eating Guide: MyPlate
The USDA has a new symbol for good nutrition, emphasizing higher proportions of fruits and vegetables.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsZinc: Some Facts
Your body needs zinc for a number of essential functions, so make sure your diet includes foods that provide this nutrient.
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Journal Entry Troff documentFruits & Vegetables are important
Add these resources to your arsenal of healthy-eating tools to help you get more fruits and vegetables in your diet.
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Journal EntryHPRC's year in review
HPRC has had a banner year developing its “one-stop shop” to help our Warfighters achieve Total Force Fitness through Human Performance Optimization.
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Journal EntryYour Body Mass Index – know what it is
The Body Mass Index is an estimate of body fat—and a tool to help you evaluate your health status.
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Journal EntryTools for the healthcare provider
Two new healthcare provider tools are available on HPRC’s website: a dietary supplement history questionnaire and a video of an effective way to ask about dietary supplement use.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programFighting Weight Strategies
The new “Fighting Weight Strategies” page of the HPRC website has joint and service-specific programs for weight maintenance.
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Journal Entry application/x-internet-signupGet the latest scoop on multivitamins
New multivitamins/minerals fact sheets for consumers and health professionals are now available from the Office of Dietary Supplements.
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Journal Entry“Infographic” on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from Military Pathways
This colorful sheet engages readers in learning about key statistics and tips on getting help for PTSD.
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