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Depression test

Depression testZung depression self assessment test , based on the Zung Self-Rating Scale, is a widely used depression screening tool that is recognized by physicians worldwide. Although designed as a screening tool, this depression test has been adapted to track also your score over time.

Metabolic type self test

Metabolic typingMetabolic type self test  A proper, "customized" diet has many benefits: painless weight loss, increased energy and improved health. The metabolic typing diet does just that. To find the right balance specifically for you between proteins and carbohydrates take the metabolic type self test.

Nutritional content tables

Nutritional content tablesNutritional content tables    Find out how many calories, proteins, carbohydrates, cholesterol, vitamins and minerals your food contains. Either you are dieting to loose weight or cleanse your body, or you figured out what is your metabolic type and you need to know specific foods for your type, well, the nutritional content tables will provide you with the answer you need. Ref. USDA Nutrient Data Laboratory, SR20 / 2008  database.

Jung personality types

Jung personality typeFind out your personality type - your likes and dislikes, your likely career choices, your compatibility with others.
Jung personality types assessment test.

Nutritional calculators

Nutritional calculatorsNutritional calculators  Find out what is your daily required caloric intake based on your basal metabolic rate (BMR), your body mass index (BMI) or your body fat and the health risks associated with it  using the specific nutritional calculators.

Glycemic Index

Glycemic indexGlycemic Index and Glycemic Load tables The table provided herein is a compilation of various sources for most common foods. Sustained elevated blood sugar levels are known to trigger a plethora of health problems like diabetes type two, hearth disease and inflammation.

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21 December 2008

Supplements

Section: Nutrition - Category: Supplements

Supplements as defined by name, help us make up for the missing vitamins, minerals, enzymes and other essential nutrients in our food. Even eating the best quality food is hard to imagine that we can cover the large spectrum of nutrients one needs in order to preserve health. Combined with chemicals and pollutants in the modern environment makes nutritional supplements essential to wellbeing. Quality of the supplements is essential. The unregulated supplements industry thrives on useless products. Baseline Nutritionals is up to the task of producing quality products that tackles also on the efficacy side. Similarly, more focussed on your mind performance is dr. Ray Sahelian's "Mind Power Rx " supplement. Dr. Sahelian is well known for "designing" highly effective supplements. "Mind Power Rx" is no exception.

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  • Nutritional content tables

    Nutritional content tables    Find out how much calories, protein, carbs, cholesterol, vitamins and minerals your food contains.

    Nutritional calculators

    Nutritional calculators          How much food you need? What is your Body Mass Index (BMI), Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and Body fat.

    Depression test

    Zung depression self test.         If you want to self assess your mood and you suspect you may be depressed take this test.

    Glycemic index and load

    Glycemic index and load table.           For both glycemic index and glycemic load the lower the better.

    Metabolic type self test

    Metabolic type self test Proteins, carbohydrates, or both?        What is good for you?