References & Bibliography

This is the list of references I used. This is not the only things I used to make my lifestyle better but these articles might interest you and provide some good scientific information (not all though)

  1. 2013 restaurant industry – pocket factbook.
  2. 52 healthy meals in 12 minutes or less.
  3. American sugar evolution.
  4. Greatist – 14 tips for healthier pies (and our favorite recipes).
  5. Greatist – 51 paleo recipes.
  6. Greatist – how to choose the healthiest meats.
  7. Greatist – the ultimate guide to healthier baking.
  8. The most health conscious fast food restaurants.
  9. Nerd fitness – the paleo diet.
  10. Us news – dukan diet review.
  11. Wikipedia – food energy.
  12. Position of the american dietetic association and dietitians of canada: Vegetarian diets.
    J Am Diet Assoc, 103(6):748-65, 2003
  13. P. Dukan.
    The Dukan Diet: 2 Steps to Lose the Weight, 2 Steps to Keep It Off Forever.
    Random House of Canada, 2011
  14. Suzanne Higgs and Jessica E Donohoe.
    Focusing on food during lunch enhances lunch memory and decreases later snack intake.
    Appetite, 57(1):202-206, 2011
  15. University Rhode Island.
    Uri researcher provides further evidence that slow eating reduces food intake
  16. France. Programme national Nutrition santé. Groupe de travail Guides alimentaires, R. Ancellin, and Agence française de sécurité sanitaire des aliments.
    La santé vient en mangeant et en bougeant: le guide nutrition des enfants et des ados pour tous les parents.
    Inpes, 2004
  17. M. Nestle and M. Nesheim.
    Why Calories Count: From Science to Politics.
    California Studies in Food and Culture. University of California Press, 2012
  18. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
    International table of glycemic index and glycemic load values: 2002
  19. Rose E Oldham-Cooper, Charlotte A Hardman, Charlotte E Nicoll, Peter J Rogers, and Jeffrey M Brunstrom.
    Playing a computer game during lunch affects fullness, memory for lunch, and later snack intake.
    The American journal of clinical nutrition, 93(2):308-313, 2011.

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