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Psychology article review Homework Solution

Psychology article review Homework Solution

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Biology : In this unit, you learn about macronutrients: protein, carbohydrates, and fats. Many people have suggested that focusing on one macronutrient at the expense of others would be a superior diet. Thus, we have high-protein diets, high-carbohydrate diets, and high-fat diets. On the flip side, we also have low fat-diets, low-carb diets, and so on. In addition to these, there are other versions such as a gluten-free diet (which is necessary for those truly allergic to wheat), a vegan diet, a raw food diet, and even a blood type diet that is based on particular blood types. Which type of diet do you prefer? Why? Why do you not like the other diets? ALSO PLEASE REPLY TO ANOTHER STUDENTS (DYLAN ‘S COMMENT) BELOW WITH A POSITIVE COMMENT RESPONSE  DYLAN: My name is Dylan, I am a Paramedic Firefighter for Arab Fire Department full-time in Arab, AL. I have been married for nearly 7 years now, with 3 children- all boys, 5 year old, 3 year old, and a new comer in a couple of weeks in March. I am working on my bachelors degree in occupational health and safety with a concentration in fire science.  I prefer to use a different method of dieting from all of these choices. Renaissance Periodization- intermittent fasting, fasting for 16 hours with a eating window of 8 hours. I am very active most of the time and do not have the time to count macros, calorie intake, carbs, or how many grams of protien I consume in a day. I do pay attention to good and bad fats and I also meal prep to make things easy, that is about it. Intermittent fasting has a lot of great benefits short term and long term. I am interested in learning more about the different types of diets and thier benefits compared to what I currently do in intermittent fasting.

In this unit, you learn about macronutrients: protein, carbohydrates, and fats. Many people have suggested that focusing on one macronutrient at the expense of others would be a superior diet. Thus, we have high-protein diets, high-carbohydrate diets, and high-fat diets. On the flip side, we also have low fat-diets, low-carb diets, and so on. In addition to these, there are other versions such as a gluten-free diet (which is necessary for those truly allergic to wheat), a vegan diet, a raw food diet, and even a blood type diet that is based on particular blood types. Which type of diet do you prefer? Why? Why do you not like the other diets?
ALSO PLEASE REPLY TO ANOTHER STUDENTS (DYLAN ‘S COMMENT) BELOW WITH A POSITIVE COMMENT RESPONSE 
DYLAN:
My name is Dylan, I am a Paramedic Firefighter for Arab Fire Department full-time in Arab, AL. I have been married for nearly 7 years now, with 3 children- all boys, 5 year old, 3 year old, and a new comer in a couple of weeks in March. I am working on my bachelors degree in occupational health and safety with a concentration in fire science. 
I prefer to use a different method of dieting from all of these choices. Renaissance Periodization- intermittent fasting, fasting for 16 hours with a eating window of 8 hours. I am very active most of the time and do not have the time to count macros, calorie intake, carbs, or how many grams of protien I consume in a day. I do pay attention to good and bad fats and I also meal prep to make things easy, that is about it. Intermittent fasting has a lot of great benefits short term and long term. I am interested in learning more about the different types of diets and thier benefits compared to what I currently do in intermittent fasting.

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