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What are some ways that you could start incorporating vitamins?
Weegy: It is more than likely that any diet (not professionally geared for the individual) is missing nutrition vitamins that the body needs. Making sure that your diet meets all the requirements, without the use of supplements, is possible. [ [ There are common foods readily available that have the vitamins we need to stay healthy, you just have to know where to start. 1. Vitamin C While most people accredit vitamin C for helping provide a healthy immune system, they don?t take into account that it also is important for the production of collagen. This ensures that we have healthy muscles, skin, and other connective tissues. Not to mention that vitamin C is an antioxidant, protecting our cells from breaking down. Men need more vitamin C than women, but in general you should consume about 90 milligrams a day. This can be done easily with a vitamin supplement, but incorporating vitamin C into your diet is simple. Good sources of vitamin C include (mg per 100g): Cabbage 124mg Lime 63mg Orange 30mg Spinach 28mg 2. Vitamin E Many people dieting have cut out fatty foods, and sometimes these neglected foods are essential sources of vitamin E. Vitamin E is found in nuts, seeds, and oils, and fight off free radicals in our body (caused from exposure to ultraviolet rays, pollution, or cigarette smoke). It?s recommended that a person over the age of 19 consume 19mg of vitamin E a day. Good sources of vitamin E include: Wheat germ oil (1tbsp) 20mg Almonds (1oz) 7.4mg Sunflower seeds (1oz) 6mg Grape seed extract(1tbsp) 15mg 3. Calcium Calcium is important to the development of strong healthy bones. It?s important for the maintenance of these bones as well. The fact is we actually need more calcium in our diet as we get older. An adult younger than 50 would need about 1200mg daily, whereas someone over 50 needs 1300mg a day (to ensure the health of our bones). Good sources of calcium include: Dairy (Milk, Cheese, Yogurt) Calcium-added foods like orange ... (More)
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Narrowing a topic can be challenging. You may make a topic so narrow or so broad that it loses relevance or appeal. What are the qualities of a good topic? How will you make sure the topic you choose is relevant and interesting?
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What questions might you ask yourself about your chosen topic during your brainstorming process to make it better? How do these questions help?
Weegy: ask this questions: 1) is your topic relevant? 2) is your topic interesting? 3)does your topic follows the given assignment? User: how do these questions help when writing a paper Weegy: Brainstorming is a popular tool that helps you generate creative solutions to a problem. It is particularly useful when you want to break out of stale, established patterns of thinking, so that you can develop new ways of looking at things. [ It also helps you overcome many of the issues that can make group problem-solving a sterile and unsatisfactory process. Used with your team, it helps you bring the diverse experience of all team members into play during problem solving. This increases the richness of ideas explored, meaning that you can find better solutions to the problems you face. It can also help you get buy in from team members for the solution chosen – after all, they were involved in developing it. What’s more, because brainstorming is fun, it helps team members bond with one-another as they solve problems in a positive, rewarding environment. ] (More)
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Narrowing a topic can be challenging. You may make a topic so narrow or so broad that it loses relevance or appeal. What are the qualities of a good topic? How will you make sure the topic you choose is relevant and interesting?
Weegy: A good topic shouand interestingld be timely. Try searching the web for top trends. That will make sure that the topic that you selected is relevant User: What questions might you ask yourself about your chosen topic during your brainstorming process to make it better? How do these questions help? Weegy: CHOOSING A TOPIC Just as you would use a roadmap to travel to a city you are unfamiliar with, a research strategy offers a successful way to navigate through a project. [ A research strategy helps identify exactly what you are looking for and where to look for it. Choosing your topic is the first step in developing a research strategy. While this may sound simple, it can often be one of the more difficult aspects of the process. To simplify this, we've identified steps and techniques to identify, refine and target a topic related to your research needs. These techniques work best if you have some idea of the topic on which you want to write (i.e globalization or outsourcing). If you have absolutely no idea where to begin, it is best to review your class notes, meet with your instructor, or consult with a reference librarian for ideas on how to get started. Brainstorming Refining your Topic Forming a Research Question Finding Keywords Information Types ] (More)
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