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Aliments pour les yeux pour enfants: un guide savoureux pour la nutrition et la santé des yeux un guide savoureux pour la nutrition et la santé des yeux
By Laurie Capogna, Barbara Pelletier. 2013
DAISY audio (CD), DAISY audio (Direct to player), DAISY audio (Zip)
Canadian non-fiction, Canadian authors (Non-fiction), Health and medicine, Nutrition
Grâce au format unique du programme Aliments pour les yeux, alliant nutrition et santé, les jeunes lecteurs apprennent facilement comment… les aliments qu'ils mangent contribuent à la santé de leurs yeux. Riche en illustrations détaillées, en images en gros plan et en informations claires, "Aliments pour les yeux pour enfants" dévoile la puissance et les mystères du système oculaire. Écrit par deux optométristes chevronnées, il est un guide fascinant, explorant les nombreuses facettes de notre vision, cette merveilleuse clé d'accès au monde qui nous entoure. Années 5-8 et plus. 2013. Titre uniforme: Eyefoods for kids.
Eating: improve your body image (H wise guides) improve your body image
By Anita Naik. 1999
Braille (Contracted), Electronic braille (Contracted)
Health and medicine, Nutrition
Do you worry about your weight? Do you wish you looked like a supermodel? Are you always on a diet?… Does eating make you feel guilty? From crash diets and calorie-counting to anorexia and bulimia - find out the facts about food and you, and learn to love your body with this guide to eating. Junior and Senior High. 1999.
By Faith D'Aluisio, Peter Menzel. 2008
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Food and drink, Nutrition
<P>Sitting down to a daily family meal has long been a tradition for billions of people. But in every corner… of the world this age-old custom is rapidly changing. From increased trade between countries to the expansion of global food corporations like Kraft and Nestle, current events are having a tremendous impact on our eating habits. Chances are your supermarket is stocking a variety of international foods, and American fast food chains like McDonald's and Kentucky Fried Chicken are popping up all over the planet. For the first time in history, more people are overfed than underfed. And while some people still have barely enough to eat, others overeat to the point of illness. <P> To find out how mealtime is changing in real homes, authors Peter Menzel and Faith D'Aluisio visited families around the world to observe and photograph what they eat during the course of one week. They joined parents while they shopped at mega grocery stores and outdoor markets, and participated in a feast where a single goat was shared among many families. They watched moms making dinner in kitchens and over cooking fires, and they sat down to eat with twenty-five families in twenty-one countries--if you're keeping track, that's about 525 meals! <P>The foods dished up ranged from hunted seal and spit-roasted guinea pig to U. N. -rationed grains and gallons of Coca-Cola. As Peter and Faith ate and talked with families, they learned firsthand about food consumption around the world and its corresponding causes and effects. The resulting family portraits offer a fascinating glimpse into the cultural similarities and differences served on dinner plates around the globe. <P>[This text is listed as an example that meets Common Core Standards in English language arts in grades 2-3 at http://www.corestandards.org.]