June 2010 IDEA Fitness Journal Test 1: Fitness and Nutrition News
Check out the latest fitness and nutrition news with this continuing education course. Learn the profound implications our genes have on our health, how peers influence teen girls’ weight loss goals, and how grape juice can enhance the abilities of older adults suffering from mild cognitive impairment. Find out what Boomeritis is and how it can be prevented, how high-intensity exercise can cause heart disease, and whether the Taco Bell Diet really works. Discover why the ADA favors food over pills, as well as whether vitamin and mineral pills can actually make kids smarter. So much great information, included in one course!
- Discuss the research studies and findings described in the Making News section.
- Discuss the research studies and findings described in the Food for Thought news section.
- Enroll in the course.
- View the course content.
- Take the test. (You must score 80% to pass. If you do not pass, you may retake the test.)
- Print your certificate of completion.
|the dirt on prewashed lettuce ||Article|
|Can High-Intensity Exercise Cause Heart Disease? ||Article|
|AFAA Gains Accreditation ||Article|
|(Almost) Barefoot Running ||Article|
|Peers Influence Teen Girls' Weight Loss Goals ||Article|
|National Wildlife Federation Urges Outdoor Activity ||Article|
|Mayo Clinic Coins New Term: Boomeritis ||Article|
|Sales Tips for Personal Trainers ||Article|
|Epigenetics and Heredity ||Article|
|we don't want no stinking gluten! ||Article|
|Create Quality Online Videos ||Article|
|Taco Bell Diet? ||Article|
|a mélange of melons ||Article|
|got grape juice? ||Article|
|food journals go viral ||Article|
|foiling kids' food ads ||Article|
|do vitamin & mineral pills make kids smarter? ||Article|
|defeating diabetes ||Article|
|corny advice ||Article|
|cheap tricks: shop your pantry ||Article|
|Ask the RD |
Question of the Month
|ADA favors food over pills ||Article|