Diet and Weight Management

There are many factors that contribute to a person's weight, including diet, physical activity, genetics, medications, and illnesses. Each of these factors affect weight in different ways, but health professionals most often stress the importance of diet and physical activity above all other factors because they can be affected by strategic behavior modification. The science behind weight management is difficult, but one of the key concepts that help in weight management is Energy Balance. Energy Balance is the idiom used to describe the difference between the number of calories a person consumes and the number of calories that same person expends in a given time period. Dietary management is also known as Foodservice Management and it is one of the practices of providing nutritional choices for individuals and groups with diet concerns through management of foodservices. In Canada, about 48% of adults, or 11.5 million people, are overweight or obese without a proper food diet.

  • Diet to weight loss
  • weight management program
  • Diet control

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