|Author:||Fredrick J Stare|
|Title:||Dear Dr. Stare, what should I eat?: A guide to sensible nutrition (A People's health library book)|
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|Publisher:||G.F. Stickley Co; First Edition edition (1982)|
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a guide to sensible nutrition. Published 1982 by . Stickley Co. in Philadelphia, PA. Written in English. Miscellanea, Nutrition, Diet therapy. A People's health library book. Dear Doctor Stare, what should I eat? Classifications.
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Continue reading the main story. Dr. Stare defined the four basic food groups and was an early champion of drinking at least six glasses of water a day. He also advocated fluoridation of water. Continue reading the main story. Several of his books remain in print, including ''Dear Dr. Stare: What Should I Eat?'' (1982), ''Adventures in Nutrition'' (1991) and, with Dr. Elizabeth M. Whelan, ''Fad-Free Nutrition'' (1998). Stare is survived by his wife, Dr. Irene Mackey Kinsey Stare; two sons and a daughter from an earlier marriage, Fredrick . of Chicago, David, of Healdsburg, Calif. and Mary Wilkinson of Durham, Conn. a brother, Robert, of Madison, Wi. a sister, Susan Stare of Columbus; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
I first met Dr. Stare almost thirty years ago when I interviewed him for a project I was proposing: a book called Panic in the Pantry. By that point, he was already distinguished and impressively accomplished as a scholar in nutrition, an author, and a hands-on provider of improved nutrition for people around the world. I was soon privileged to work with him at the Department of Nutrition at Harvard; to co-author newspaper columns, articles in magazines like Family Weekly, Harper's Bazaar, and others; and to collaborate with him on a series of consumer-oriented books. The consumer queries came in: Dear Dr. Stare, What should I eat? "Less!" he would bellow. A tuna sandwich," I replied.
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What Should I Eat? Using Harvard’s Healthy Eating Plate as a guide, we recommend eating mostly vegetables, fruit, and whole grains, healthy fats, and healthy proteins. You should seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Nutrition Source does not recommend or endorse any products.
The concept of healthy eating is not new, but what constitutes a healthy diet does change. 50 years ago a healthy diet would have looked rather different to that of one today. For most people, supplements are not required so long as you eat a varied and balanced diet. What Exactly Is Healthy Eating? OK, so clearly defining a healthy diet is not possible, what about healthy eating? Healthy eating can mean many different things. Good health and weight management is really just about making sensible eating choices and not giving yourself too many treats. References and Healthy Eating Resources. The Nutrition Source, Healthy Eating Plate and Healthy Eating Pyramid. Harvard School of Public Health. The Australian Guide to Healthy Eating.