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These powered and pill supplements are making billions of dollars such as muscle milk, amplified mass xx and N. O- explode and more. In the article though it describes that most of these us plummets are not tested by the food and Drug Admit castration which means you really don’t know what your putting in your body. Doctors and nutrition’s say that you don’t need these supplements because as a young adult you already have enough protein in your body but can provide a lift on your body.

The side effect of taking to many doses of supplements can be harmful which can cause stomach upset and muscle cramps. Also for an example Dry. Antonio describes that whey protein and creating are good for people. For example creating is good he says when wanting to bulk up and also whey protein is good because it helps recover muscles faster after workout. This article also describes many examples of people and trainers who advice and don’t advice certain supplements. Connection This relates to my research in that supplements do have an effect on young male adults.

Some of these supplements can be good and bad for people and knowing which ones are good is critical if using these products. Knowledge Gap The authors focused on giving examples of doctors and nutrients and their opinions on good and bad supplements. It also stated how most of these products are not food and drug administrated and how creating and whey protein are good with the right amount of doses but other supplements that are not administrated can cause harm to your body. Part of my study will include the affects Of supplements and how they deal with your fitness habits.

Keeper’s Supplements, food and drug administration, Stomach upset, Muscle Cramps Hearing Holly Anne, Kara Montgomery, and James Hardin. “Perceptions Of Body Weight, Weight Management Strategies, And Depressive Symptoms Among US College Students. Journal Of American College Health 59. 1 (201 0): 43-50. Sportscasts With Full Text. Web. 22 septet. 2013. Us Mary The article is about US college male and female students and how if inaccurate weight perceptions states unhealthy weight management strategies.

It talks about how college years are face with consuming healthy and unhealthy foods researchers say that a typical college student eats a poor diet that’s high in fats, sodium, and sugar. Not only do most college students eat unhealthy but also they are prone to using unhealthy alternatives such as diet pills, laxatives, or self-induced vomiting. In 2008 NCAA stated that stress is number 1 reported health impediment and stress is associated with greater energy consumption that makes college students eat these high in fat food because it gives you overall more energy dense.

It also talks about people with inaccurate weight perceptions are more significant to engage in inappropriate weight management strategies. Connection This relates to my research with how college affects your weight and what to ingredients to get away from to keep a healthy diet. It also connects to my research because it talks about male college students but also affects it cause it talks about female college students. Knowledge Gap The author is focused on unhealthy weight management strategies.

It also talks about how coming to college and facing meal plans affects you because there’s more variety of getting unhealthy foods. He also talked about ways college students try to lose weight but are not doing it the right way. Keywords College students, body weight perception, weight management strategies. EDWARDS, JANE U, LOIS MUCH, and MARK R. WOMANLIKE. “Relationship Of Nutrition And Physical Activity Behaviors And Fitness Measures To Academic Performance For Sixth Graders In A Midwest City School District. Journal Of School Health 81. 2 Sportscasts with Full Text. Web. 22 septet. 2013. Us m Mary The article is focused on nutrition and physical activity to academic performance. Breakfast consumption is one nutrition activity that has both enhanced grades and scores on standardized test Children who eat breakfast have higher intake of microinstructions as well. Another activity talked about in the article was television and how it affects children from getting their schoolwork done especially when the television was in the child’s bedroom.

The main thing that was talked about in the article though was fitness and how it improved academic performance. The author also mentioned that there are three things that academic performance affects with exercise such as exercise may increase cerebral blood that increases glucose and oxygen to the brain, the second was that chronic exercise influence neurotransmitter levels that effects memory and the third was exercise may increase vascular in the cerebral cortex. This related to my research in the fact that activity behaviors and fitness measures to academic performance.

It gives me different activities that are good and bad that affect your academic performance, which is related to my research with fitness. The author is focused on how certain things either affect or better your academic performance. I also learn that exercising gives student’s better academic performance and how exercising affects the brain in a good way. FERREIRA, CYNTHIA M. “The college Experience: Physical Activity, Nutrition, And Implications For Intervention And Future Research. ” Journal Of Exercise Physiology Online 12. 1 (2009): 23-35. Sportscasts with Full Text. Web. 22 septet. 013. The article starts out with talking about how obesity the United States has become and the increasing of physical activity and health dieting will help the reduce of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases when getting older. The article also describes about the freshmen 15 that is caused by eating junk food and lack of physical activity. The article also states that many college students do workout but are exercising at a lower intensity and duration. This related to my research in the fact of fitness associated with college students and how food you eat in college is mostly junk food.

The article is also related to my research about how fitness helps reduce diabetes and other health issues. The author states the issues of not getting physical activity can cause many diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseases when getting older. The only thing is the author talks more about the freshman 15 and I am concern more about junior and seniors but can benefit me when talking about college students health related issues if they lack in physical activity. “DO physically Fit College Students perform Better Academically?

A Brief Review And Results Of A Pilot study. ” ADAPTED journal 74. (2006): 8-10. Sportscasts with Full Text. Web. 23 septet 2013. The article talks about how they’re no evidence that exist that fitness improves academic performance. It does talk about that in a six year study that was made about children from the ages of 6-12 had better academic marks over the six years who did five hours of fitness a week compared to 40 minutes. Also there was a study about 1 16 college students and there was no relationship between academic performance and fitness.

The article does have good information but it lacks on talking about college students and fitness. The article more talks about children from the ages of 6 and 12 that had better academic performance due to research. It does connect to my research in the fact that I’m trying to see when being a college student effects academic performance. The knowledge I received from this article thought was that maybe kids at a young age do get better grades if they are exercising but maybe college students that exercise does not effect there academic performance at all.

In my research paper this article might not help but may help in the fact of academic performance in college students has no relationship with fitness. Clayton, David, and Galley M. Wells. “The Effect Of Physical Activity Homework On Physical Activity Among College Students. ” Journal Of Physical Activity & Health 6. 2 Sportscasts with Full Text. Web. 23 septet. 2013. The article starts out by talking about the lack of college student’s physical activity. An example of this in the article is that regional state university has a survey about students who participated in 20 min of vigorous exercise or 30 min of moderate exercise.

Only 34 percent participated in exercise once or twice a week, 28. 1 percent did not do either vigorous or moderate exercise. It also talks about various groups are trying to improve fitness like colleges are supporting various physical activities and fitness centers are being built. It also talks about health related courses should have physical activity homework so students can get exercise. This relates to my research because it is about college students and the lack of physical activity but does not give me information buttoning and seniors and why academics affect physical fitness.

It does give good information in general about students who don’t exercise that much in a week and how universities are trying to do things to improve physical fitness. What I learn from this article though is that from a study done from regional state university that many students do not get enough exercise in a week and how if health courses gave physical activity homework maybe college students would be more engaged and motivated to do physical activity. Talladega, Katherine. “Avoiding the Freshman 15. ” IIS News. U. S. News & World Report, 04 Septet. 2012. Web. 24 Septet. 2013. . The article talks about college freshman weight gain and in 2003 in Cornell University found that freshmen gain an average if 4 pounds in just 12 weeks. These weight gains in freshman are due to all you can eat buffet for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, late night snacks, alcohol use and heavy course load that leads to little physical activity time. It also talks about in the article ways to maintain your weight such as sign up for exercise classes on campus, schedule your routine to now be Hungary at night, meet friends that want to be committed to staying in shape and much more.

This relates to my research if doing the topic freshman 1 5 because it gives o ways to maintain your weight and not gain the freshman 15. It also relates to my topic by giving actual studies and evidence in universities where students are gaining significant amount of weight as a freshman in college. Learn from this article how to maintain or lose weight when being a freshman in college and also learn how in a study done by Cornell University that freshman gain 4 pounds in 12 weeks and that gaining weight as a freshman is typical among college students even if they were active in high school. Ethnically. ” Beating the Freshman 15. N. P. , n. D. Web. 24 Septet. 2013. Http://stealth. Org/teen/school_jobs/college/freshman_1 5. HTML>. The article starts out by saying that recent studies show the full freshman 1 5 may not happen all during freshman year. Studies show that students gain 3 to 10 pounds during first 2 years of college but most weight gain occurs in freshman first semester. The article also describes that college can trigger overeating due to anxiety, homesickness, stress and many more things.

It also talks about that unhealthy food choices might not give you the right nutrients you need to keep up with college. There were many affects of being overweight can cause high blood pressure, high cholesterol, breathlessness, and joint problems that were also talked about in the article. It also talks about many ways to avoid gaining weight and how to manage your weight. This relates to my research if doing freshman 15 about how to manage your weight as a freshman and how to avoid gaining weight.

The author gives many examples of how to manage your weight in detail that did not before such as researchers have found if you at least exercise for 3 days a week you will have better physical health, as well as greater happiness o those who did not exercise. Also from the article I learn that on average student gain 3-10 pounds during their first 2 years of college and usually gain the most weight first semester of freshman year. Vela-Garb, Rachel A, and Frank J Legal. “The ‘Freshman 5’: A Meta-Analysis Of Weight Gain In The Freshman Year Of College. Journal Of American College Health: J Of ACH 58. 2 (2009): 161-166. MADELINE with Full Text. Web. 24 septet. 201 3. The article starts out by saying that freshman 15 is an exaggeration but significant amount of weight occurs in freshman year of college. It is talked bout in the article how the “Freshman 1 5” has been notice from nutrition to medicine to psychology. It also talked about how health professionals working on college campuses should be addressing the myth of the Freshman 15 to incoming freshmen. This relates to my topic with freshman and gaining weight.

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