"Narrated by Katie Couric, the film blows the lid off everything that was known about food and exercise, revealing a 30-year campaign by the food industry, aided by the U.S. government, to mislead and confuse the American public. Exposing the hidden truths contributing to one of the largest health epidemics in history, it follows a group of families battling to lead healthier lives and reveals why the conventional wisdom of 'exercise and eat right' is not ringing true for millions of people." -- Worldcat
Narrated by Katie Couric
"From Laurie David Producer of An Inconvenient Truth" -- front cover
The last book of the series presents step-by-step methodological guidance for systematic reviews of economic evidence select, critique and synthesize data from multiple economic evaluation primary research studies on the economic aspects of healthcare—that are designed to inform healthcare decision making.
Documentary about how the Namgis First Nation of Alert Bay takes up a dietary challenge and returns to a traditional style of eating for a year. The rules were simple: eat lots of protein, fat and vegetables; give up sugar, junk food and starch.--Back cover.
Upon completion of this workshop participants will:
1. Identify appropriate bariatric equipment taking into account the needs of patient and staff
2. Mobilize bariatric patients taking into consideration human and environmental factors
3. Understand bariatric design principles
Distance Learning / Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Broadcast Date: March 2010
Copy 2 titled: A review of bariatric equipment and case presentation to demonstrate clinical decision making in a bariatric patient
It's been called the world's first man-made epidemic, and it's killing us. In this riveting documentary, Dr. Stephan Rossner of Stockholm, an expert on obesity, leads us through startling evidence of how our society has created this toxic environment. Cheaper production, "supersized" fast foods and a $12 billion advertising industry are lethal when mixed with a car-dominated culture, urban sprawl and labour-saving technologies. Although North America is the epicentre of obesity, this disease is being exported worldwide as a by-product of western culture. Infiltrating low-income communities and developing nations, obesity is creating a potentially bankrupt health system