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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Food requirements in adulthood;

The need for food, for women, men, pregnant women, the risk of food deficiency, effects of the pill;

Men's stimulant foods;

Healthy food supplements;

A diet is healthy and well-adapted if it provides the body with the mineral salts, vitamins, 
carbohydrates, proteins and lipids it needs. Our way of life does not always allow us 
to adopt a perfectly balanced diet; a dietary supplement can then prove useful.

The Food needs in women:

Compared to men, women typically need fewer calories but almost as much protein 
and more iron, especially during pregnancy and when menstruation is abundant.

The risks of nutritional deficiencies:

Strict diets for women who want to lose weight may lead to deficiencies when they 
are fanciful or uncontrolled by a doctor or nutritionist. In particular, they can lower 
cholesterol levels to an insufficient level, which can disrupt the menstrual cycle, 
decrease fertility, induce early menopause and promote osteoporosis.

Pregnant women:

Women who are pregnant should be very attentive to their diet, and always seek 
the advice of their doctor before taking supplements, as some are contraindicated.

   The dietary supplements for women:

·         The most commonly prescribed supplements in women are magnesium, 
calcium, vitamin D, zinc, copper and manganese to prevent bone fragility.
·         Vitamin C and B vitamins are recommended if the physician feels that 
the dietary intake is insufficient.
·         When the menstrual is abundant, iron and zinc losses must be offset.
·         Women who suffer from menstrual pain may take magnesium and calcium.

   The effects of the pill:

·         Taking long-term oral contraceptives can significantly alter nutritional requirements.
·         Women should therefore have a diet of high nutritional value, with emphasis 
on vegetables rather than fruits if they have weight problems.
·         Women who take the pill are generally not offered iron supplements, 
as their menstrual periods are usually scarce.
·         Other supplements are sometimes prescribed because hormonal contraception 
increases the need for certain minerals and vitamins, especially zinc, selenium, 
vitamins B6 and B9 and beta-carotene.

The food needs for men:

Men need more calories than women because their height and weight, on average, 
Metabolism more important. In addition, they generally have more intense physical activity.

The men's stimulant foods:

·         Certain nutrients promote sexual activity and fertility.
·         Vitamins A, C, E, F and folic acid are essential for sperm production.
·         Zinc and magnesium are needed to compensate for seminal fluid losses.
·         Zinc, selenium and vitamin B6 are recommended for loss of desire or loss of sexual life.
·         Men who are considering becoming fathers in the near future should have 
a healthy diet, and reduce or eliminate tobacco and alcohol ideally four months before 
·         This period may seem long, but it corresponds to the sperm maturation time.

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Sunday, April 9, 2017

The specific nutritional need of adolescence;

Adolescence, special needs, boys, girls, fast food,

The dietary supplement for the adolescent;

The adolescent phase;

Adolescence can be a difficult course to pass because young people know the physical 
and psychological mutation very quickly. 
It is often a period of change in eating habits, marked by an abuse of confectionery 
and fatty foods, as well as a breaking up of meals by nibbling. 
Social pressure pushes some young people, especially girls, to skip meals 
and make diets to stay slim. 
These diets result in deficiencies in protein, mineral salts and vitamins, 
with all the repercussions that one can image on physical health, but also on 
the mood and the behavior.

The cases of boys:

In a few years between 12 and 17 years in general, boys take about 26 kg 
and grow by 26 cm. 
They need protein to build muscle and can, if they are very active, burn up 
to 4000 calories per day. 
Their diet does not always provide enough mineral salts and vitamins, 
as they often lack fruits and vegetables.

The cases of girls:               

Between 11 and 15 years, the adolescent girl grows about 23 cm and grows 21 kg. 
For appearance issues, especially weight, nutritional deficiencies are 
more common in girls than in the boys. 
In addition, menstrual cycles sometimes trigger an increased need for iron and zinc. 
Irregular and painful menstruation can be explained by nutritional deficiencies. 
Sometimes the pill is prescribed in this case, it should be noted that it also increases 
the body's need for certain nutrients.

Fast food:

A diet based on sandwiches, hamburgers, sweets and sodas brings too much salt, 
fat and sugar. 
And is not rich enough in fiber, protein, minerals and vitamins.

Specific needs of adolescence:

Many minerals are essential for growth. 
Bones need calcium and vitamin D that allows the body to fix calcium, 
and may be lacking in adolescents who do not absorb enough fats, but also magnesium, 
Boron, vitamin K, Zinc, copper and manganese.
Phosphorus is also needed, but food intake is still sufficient. 
Allowing a deficiency in teenage bones may increase the risk of osteoporosis later. 
The intake of zinc, manganese, chromium and selenium is sometimes deficient in a small diet. 
Vitamins C and P may be missed if the teen does not eat enough fresh fruits and vegetables. 
Vitamin B intake easily falls to the recommended level. 
However, these vitamins are very important, especially in the case of antibiotic treatment 
against acne and young girls who take the pill.
Zinc, vitamin A and vitamin F, especially Omega 3 fatty acids, are recommended 
for young people with skin problems. 
Finally, adolescents, especially girls with very heavy menstruation, 
have increased iron requirements.

Food supplements:

The supplements do not dispense with having a healthy and varied diet.
Indeed, there are foods that are essential to our body and not yet identified, so there are no food supplements.
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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

The types of drugs and their effects;

Drugs, cannabis, cocaine, heroin, amphetamine, MDMA / Ecstasy, GHB, Ketamine, Hallucinogens / LSD and the like;

Drugs, their effects, symptoms, consequences;

Identifying a drug user:

Parents who suspect that their teenager is taking drugs may have difficulty to recognizing 
the physical symptoms of intoxication. Here are the visible signs to identify a user:


When cannabis is smoked, it produces quasi-installed effects on the brain. 
The person who is addicted to cannabis may have various symptoms, 
such as redness of the eyes, spontaneous bursts of laughter, slight motor difficulties. 
It is common for the user to experience intense hunger, because cannabis can cause 
hypoglycemia, it can have the appearance of paranoia, anxiety, hallucination. 
Cannabis can cause moderate dependence on some users 
and its long-term use has undesirable effects. The abusive consumer will become apathetic, 
passive, his interests and ambition will diminish and his academic or professional 
performance will be affected. Cannabis causes deficiencies of attention, 
concentration or memory holes. His user will experience a marked decrease in his libido. 
Cannabis can cause cardiovascular problems because it contains more tar than tobacco.


Cocaine is a major stimulant of the central nervous system. 
It carries a high risk of dependency, which will be increased 
if the user injects the drug or smokes it in the form of crack or free base. 
Cocaine causes intense euphoria in the consumer, due to its action on 
dopaminergic neurons, which are responsible for the sensations of pleasure. 
This drug also allows the user to remain in a state of awakening. 
A person who has taken cocaine will be euphoric, often very talkative and energetic. 
Cocaine causes dilation of the pupils, an increase in heart rate and sometimes nervous tics. 
Regular consumer risks to losing weight due to the anorectic effect of the substance. 
For example, smokers may have mouth sores and dental caries, while those who take 
it intra-nasally will have problems with congestion or runny nose. 
The consumption of cocaine can cause a depletion of the reserve in the neurotransmitter 
of the user and it will be risky to have difficulty to feel pleasure because his brain 
no longer produces enough dopamine. This is one of the reasons why it can be difficult 
to give up cocaine. The use of cocaine may be associated with a higher risk of contracting 
sexually transmitted infections. An overdose of cocaine will cause heart problems, 
respiratory depression and convulsions. Cocaine is the drug that causes the most deaths 
from overdose.


Symptoms of amphetamine poisoning are often very similar to those of the cocaine user. 
Both Drugs belong to the same category, major stimulants and stimulate neurotransmitters, 
although the mechanisms of action are somewhat different. 
Young people use amphetamine-type stimulants as oral tablets. 
The use of amphetamines has the effect of increasing energy, increasing the ability 
to perform simple tasks affected by fatigue, giving an impression of greater physical 
strength and intellectual acuity, and provoking certain euphoria. 
People with amphetamines will have dilated pupils and dry mouth, 
sometimes have tremors and their respiratory response may be faster. 
Amphetamine use often causes weight loss. Consumers of this type of substance are 
at risk of experiencing toxic psychosis, characterized by hallucinations, delusions of size 
or persecution, and hostile and violent behavior.

MDMA / Ecstasy:

Since MDMA has a chemical structure similar to that of amphetamines, 
consumers may exhibit euphoria, sensation of awakening, etc. 
This drug has hallucinogenic properties, and effects that other amphetamine derivatives 
do not have, it acts on perceptions and promotes sensual behaviors and generates 
the need to get closer to others and communicate. Symptoms include pupil dilation, 
intense thirst, sweating, increased heart rate, the appearance of mild motor tics 
and urinary retention. Paradoxically, MDMA, the drug of love, often has the effect 
of decrease libido and impair sexual arousal and expectation of orgasm. 
The consequences are that the long-term consumer is likely to become depressed, 
lose weight and develop skin problems.

The GHB:

Gamma hydroxybutyrate is a depressant of the central nervous system in the same 
way as alcohol. Its acute effects at the usual doses resemble very much those presented 
by someone who would have had a drink too many. About ten minutes after taking 
a usual dose of GHB, usually oral, the consumer will be disinhibited, careless, 
and sometimes euphoric. This drug, at high doses, can induce drowsiness and impair 
the coordination of movements. It can also cause loss of memory and stunning that 
can last up to some day after an episode of consumption.


Ketamine is usually consumed intra-nasally. The effects begin to feel less than five 
minutes after taking and last about an hour. With low doses, the user will experience 
slightly psychedelic effects and will feel like a dream. The higher doses cause 
the dissociation and disappearance of body sensations. The user may feel that 
he is no longer inside his body. Symptoms, among the effects of ketamine are 
the difficulties of speech, motor disturbances up to temporary paralysis, a reduction 
of the respiratory rhythm and an increase in blood pressure and heart rate. 
Given the mode of consumption, it happens that the user is bleeding from the nose. 
The consequence is that ketamine can cause memory holes. Individuals who use chronic 
ketamine may develop significant memory dysfunction, attention deficit disorder, 
and impairment of vision.

Hallucinogens / LSD and the like:

The symptoms are that one can suspect that an individual has consumed hallucinogens
when he appears disoriented and completely disconnected from the reality.
Tremors, chills, dilated pupils and coordination disorders may be potential
clues. Hallucinogens, including LSD and psilocybin fungi, do not appear to be
physically dependent. Some people may be psychologically addicted, but they are
not the majority of consumers. Very high doses of these substances can cause
convulsions, hyperthermia or cardiac arrhythmias. Several cases of suicide
where these drugs were involved were noted.

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

The risks and dangers of drugs;

Drugs among young people, the major causes of drug intake, the effects of drugs;

The risks of taking drugs regularly;

The effects of the drugs;

The drug is a substance that, once absorbed, alters one or more functions of 
the central nervous system. It can have effects on thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and mood.
Alternatively, any substance that is addictive is considered a drug, such as alcohol, tobacco, 
cannabis, heroin, cocaine ... etc. We also talk about psychoactive substances because 
they act on the brain, modify mental activity, sensations and behavior. 
The use of these products represents risks and dangers to the health of the user 
and may have social consequences and lead to psychological and / or physical dependence. 
This consumption can also lead to serious fatal accidents.

Drugs among the young people:

Whatever the socio-cultural contexts, adolescence is a privileged period of quest 
and new experiments conducive to the adoption of risky behaviors. 
Drug use belongs to this array of behaviors that adolescents are particularly fond of.

Major causes of drug intake:

There are some major socio-emotional causes that can partly explain adolescent drug use;
(A) The feeling of abandonment as a result of parental divorce, 
or associated with family disintegration.
B) The difficulty of finding meaning in his life and in life in general.
C) The willing to transgress stronger than the prohibited, sometimes encouraged by 
an entourage too hostile to the adolescent.
D) Wishing to integrate into a group, reduce psychological tensions, 
attract the attention of parents, are frequent motivations of the adolescent who will act out.
E) Lesser the young person has means to build his own benchmarks; 
more the risks of taking drugs are great.

Other reasons for taking drugs;

1) Having fun;
2) Doing like the others;
3) To impress his friends;
4) Making new experiments;
5) Challenge authority;
6) To provoke adults;
7) Avoiding boredom or loneliness;
8) Letting off steam;
9) Fighting shyness;

The effects of drugs:

According to individuals, the amount absorbed as well as the composition of the product, 
the symptoms may be different;
(A) Increased or decreased heart rate, such as severe palpitations of the heart;
B) The appearance of red eyes due to increased blood activity. 
C) Dry mouth and decreased salivary secretion. 
D) Severe feeling of nausea leading to vomiting. 

The risks of regular consumption of drugs:

The risks of long-term drug use include the gradual onset of; 
A) Difficulties of concentration, problems of schooling. 
B) Concerns about the desire to consume cannabis, but also to obtain them. 
C) A decrease in motivation and follows of social isolation. 
D) The risks involved in this are to possessing illegal products. 
E) More sensitive subjects are that the products will cause or aggravate 
psychic disorders such as anxiety, depression. 
F) In some sensitive persons, it can cause cannabis psychosis, as a single inhalation 
or puff may be sufficient to lead the person to the hospital. 
(G) It may also be the trigger for much more serious diseases in predisposed subjects such as schizophrenia or paranoia.
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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Feeding progress of the child;

Learning the taste of the child, first years of school, idea that pleases, food supplements;

Energy assurance and growth of a child;

The feeding of a child from two to twelve years;

The progress of the child is very rapid between two and twelve years.
A balanced diet is essential during this period, to accompany his physical growth 
and to enable him to exploit all his intellectual potential. 
Thanks to his parents that the child acquires good eating habits and is familiar 
with many flavors. Encouraging eating fruits or dairy products rather than snacking 
on sweets, crackers or fatty foods is an integral part of the education parents must provide 
to their children, look the child's need for food.

Learning the taste:

Between 1 and 2 years old, the child begins to have a preference for food and to reject 
this or that dish. Some children go through periods when they refuse all food. 
Even if such an attitude worries parents, they must be careful not to turn meals into conflicts.
They must continue to give child what is good for him, avoiding buying or rewarding him 
with sweets. The taste of the little can change rather quickly, which is why one should not 
hesitate to present to him again, after a certain time, food or dishes that displeased 
him at first.

Early school years:

 This is the time to educate the child about what a good diet is, by getting him interested 
in developing menus and preparing meals. It is recognized that the child works best 
in class if he has a balanced breakfast. Indeed, if the first meal of the day consists 
solely of sweet food, the energy supplied is quickly exhausted. The ideal is to give him 
cereals and dried fruit without added sugar, with milk or yogurt. After school, 
a hearty but slightly sweet snack is essential with one or two slices of bread 
slightly buttered or spread with honey, fruits including dried fruits, as well as milk 
or dairy, these are essential for growth.

Energy Insurance and Growth:

The child needs carbohydrates for energy and protein for growth. 
The necessary intake depends on the child's weight, activity and also shape, 
a child can eat less for a few days and then catch up largely afterwards.

Idea that pleases:

Hamburgers, with a full roll, minced meat, raw vegetables and tomato sauce.
Potatoes in a field dress with white herb cheese.
A homemade pizza with full bread dough garnished with fresh vegetables, cheese and ham.
Fresh pasta with homemade tomato sauce, mushrooms and ground meat.
Pancakes made with whole meal flour.
Served with honey and chopped walnuts.

Food supplements:

Normally, a healthy and balanced diet is sufficient to meet the children's minerals and vitamins needs. Only vitamin D can be prescribed until the age of five. Parents who wish to give food supplements to their children must first consult their pediatrician or family doctor and scrupulously follow his prescription.

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Thursday, February 23, 2017

The child's nutritional needs;

Breast milk, infant milk, milk to choose, first solid foods, food supplements;

A varied and balanced diet;

From birth to two years;

Babies need healthy diet to grow well and stay healthy. 
Knowledge in the field of nutrition indicates that an adopted diet is not only essential 
for growth, but it plays a major role from birth in the maturation of the brain 
and the psychomotor development of the young child.

Breast milk:

In the days following delivery, the mammary gland produces liquid called colostrums. 
This antibody rich substance stimulates the immune system of the newborn, 
which it prepares to fight against infections. The rising of milk occurs after a few days, 
thanks to its high content of fat and vitamin E nourishes brain cells 
and strengthens the immune system of the baby. 
The amount of nutrient in breast milk changes to meet the needs of the infant. 
A well nourished mother supplies her child with the necessary nutrients 
for the first six months.

Infant milk:

The quality of infant milk can be improved by adding vitamins or mineral salts 
or by selecting adopted proteins based on the composition of breast milk.

Milk to choose:

After the infant milk, comes milk to choose immediately, around nine or ten months. 
From the age of two, semi-skimmed milk, enriched with nutrients, is suitable 
if the child has no growth problem. Nutritionists discourage skim milk 
because it contains too few calories and fat soluble vitamins.

First solid foods for baby:

The first solid foods to give to babies are mixed cooked fruits and vegetables, 
as well as specific cereals such as gluten free porridge, avoiding excessive salt 
or sweetening. Up to first year, the baby's appetite increases rapidly. And afterwards, 
it stabilizes, at the same time that growth slows down. At about the same period, 
the child begins to manifest his tastes and dislikes. It is better not to create conflict 
at the meal time by taking to impose dishes that he refuses. 
It is important to vary his diet and get him used to consuming foods rich 
in essential nutrients rather than sweets.

Food supplements for child:

Most doctors prescribe vitamin D supplements to prevent rickets in daily intake up to the age of two, then in an annual catch at the start of winter until the age of five. So pediatricians recommend that parents give their child some fluoride every day to prevent further formation of cavities. It is essential to follow the doctor's instructions and dosage carefully. Any excess can be harmful. For the rest and a healthy child, a varied and well balanced diet covers all nutritional needs.
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Saturday, February 18, 2017

Hazards of saturating the space by satellites;

Man and environments, the race to the outer space;

Human role in polluting outer space;

Benefits and harms of artificial Satellite;

Outer space surrounding the earth is witnessing today an unmatched invasion by man, of course this will produce tremendous environmental devastation, probably not anticipated yet by many people. The outer zone will be contaminated, like that of the terrestrial environment. As the result of human devastating activities, because there is a frantic race among the nations to arm this outer space with artificial satellites, which we can control today, but it is not obvious that we may be able to control them tomorrow. When having crammed surrounding space with these artificial devices, particularly, while they get amortized and exit out of work, the deaden satellites will be approaching slowly by slowly to the Earth's atmosphere and then some of them will turn to meteorites and meteors, as others will be falling to the ground above the heads of its inhabitants causing massive destruction's.

Launching a hundred and four satellites at once:

In this fourteenth day of February 2017 The Indian agency of Space Research fired a rocket carrying one hundred and four satellites in a single shot into outer space to be added to hundreds of satellites in outer atmosphere surrounding the Earth. This space racing will continue to no end. And tomorrow another agency will launch hundreds of artificial satellites at one time, so this outer area will be full filled inevitably with these satellites. At the end when the fullness overflows to double, these exotic objects will be colliding and fusing to each other to form a new core that will start growing little by little to be transformed into a new orbiting object around the Earth and then will be having a direct impact on the living Earth;

Human role in polluting environments:

Human being, after having polluted Earth’s environments and almost turning them into non-viable environments, here he is today invading the space, also to converting it into an environment that does not protect the ground living beings, but instead, may contribute to harm them;

Advantages and disadvantages of artificial satellites:

The utility of these devices placed in the outer space is very great and non estimated price, but the damages caused by the use of irrationalizing are also very large, think carefully and keep the work of God;
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