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*  Food choice of older adults
... people with dementia often change their eating habits and take on entirely new food preferences. In this study, the researchers ... the kind and quality of available food can also shape food choice if a person lives in a so-called "food desert". Food portal ... "Chapter 5: Diet Quality Issues for Aging Populations". Institute of Medicine (US) Food Forum. Providing Healthy and Safe Foods ... Fitzpatrick, Katie; Greenhalgh-Stanley, Nadia; Ver Ploeg, Michele (2016). "The Impact of Food Deserts on Food Insufficiency and ...
*  Health food store
HEALTH FOOD AND THE CHANGE IN EATING HABITS. The New York Times. 4 April 1984. Media related to Health food store at Wikimedia ... Food portal Companies portal Bulk foods, a feature of some health food stores Health food and Organic food, for product ... Natural foods are simply foods that contain no artificial ingredients. Organic foods are foods that are grown without the use ... Some terms that are associated with health food are macrobiotics, natural foods, organic foods and whole foods. Macrobiotics is ...
*  Panta bhat
Enamul Haq (2012). "Food Habits". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ... List of rice dishes Tapan Kumar Sanyal, And Keeping the Flame Alive: A Study on Food Habits and Dietaries with Nutritional ... This cold and wet food, is suitable for summer mornings, but in winter dry foods, such as chira (flattened rice) and muri ( ... It is considered as a "cold food" by Ayurveda traditions, while boiled rice is neutral. Hence is a preferred food for children ...
*  Hoffmann's pika
"Food Habits". Animal Diversity Web. University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. Retrieved 2014-10-24. R.M. Nowak(1999), Walker's ... However, Hoffmann's pikas can over-harvest, which can cause them to run out of food. Hoffmann's pikas, like other pikas, are ... This practice allows them to save food during periods of sparse vegetation. ...
*  Royal tern
"Royal tern". Food Habits. The Birds of North America Online. doi:10.2173/bna.700. Retrieved 18 December 2011. Clay, Roger ( ... Fish are their main source of food but they also eat insects, shrimp, and crabs. The royal tern feeds on small crabs, such as ...
*  Nestl√© Bear Brand
Changing Food Habits. Taylor & Francis. 2013. p. 254. ISBN 978-1-136-65124-3. Retrieved December 29, 2016. "Proper nutrition ... David, J.R.D.; Graves, R.H. (1996). Aseptic Processing and Packaging of Food and Beverages: A Food Industry Perspective. ... Contemporary Food Science. Taylor & Francis. pp. 27-28. ISBN 978-0-8493-8004-4. Retrieved December 29, 2016. Yip, G.S. (2007). ...
*  Demitasse spoon
"Establishing Good Food Habits". 50. The American Journal of Nursing. 1950: 155-157. JSTOR 3467526. We have found that a spoon ...
*  John Yudkin
Changing Food Habits. London: MacGibbon and Kee. -, ed. (1966). Our Changing Fare: Two Hundred Years of British Food Habits. ... Anonymous (28 August 1942). "Food and Food Values". The Times. Yudkin, John (October-November 1946). "Riboflavin Deficiency in ... the Ministry of Food, the Ministry of Health, the Medical Research Council, the Cabinet Advisory Board on Food Policy, etc. - ... food surveys in defined populations and the psychology of food choice, and it attracted numerous students from outside the UK, ...
*  Grizzly bear
ISBN 1-58574-557-X. "Food For Thought". Shadow of the Bear. "Food Habits of Grizzly Bears and Black Bears in the Yellowstone ... Nitrogen cycling is not only facilitated by grizzlies digging for food, it is also accomplished via their habit of carrying ... coastal grizzlies with better access to food sources spend less time in dens. In some areas where food is very plentiful year ... although some grizzlies can climb and reach hanging food in other ways. An alternative to hanging food is to use a bear ...
*  Kalmia polifolia
While caribou do not have specialized food habits, they can eat most plants - preferring fungi, green leaves of deciduous ... Bergerud, Arthur T. (1 January 1972). "Food Habits of Newfoundland Caribou". The Journal of Wildlife Management. 36 (3): 913- ...
*  Black-tailed prairie dog
Food habits of prairie dogs. Circ. No. 529. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture. 1-15 Roe, Kelly A.; Roe, ... For a detailed list of foods eaten by black-tailed prairie dogs by month, and ratings of those foods' forage value to cattle ... Minimum breeding age for the black-tailed prairie dog is usually two years, but yearlings may breed if space and food are ... of all vertebrate fauna in prairie habitats rely on black-tailed prairie dog colonies for food, nesting, and/or denning. Rare ...
*  Rose-breasted grosbeak
Food habits of the grosbeaks. U.S. Dep. Agric. Biol. Surv. Bull. 32. Quay, W. B. 1985. Cloacal sperm in spring migrants: ... Meng, H. (1959). Food habits of nesting Cooper's Hawks and Goshawks in New York and Pennsylvania. The Wilson Bulletin, 169-174 ... Other notable winter food includes jacaranda seeds and the fruits of the introduced busy Lizzy (Impatiens walleriana). In ...
*  Eritrean cuisine
Eritrean food habits vary regionally. In the highlands, injera is the staple diet and eaten daily among the Tigrinya. When ... The main traditional food in Eritrean cuisine is tsebhi (stew), served with taita (flatbread made from teff, wheat, or sorghum ... Africa portal Food portal List of African cuisines Italian Eritrean cuisine Goyan Kittler, Pamela; Sucher, Kathryn P.; Nahikian ... Most Eritreans, with the exception of the Saho, like their food hot and spicy. Berbere, a spice mixture that consists of a ...
*  Religion in India
Yadav, Yogendra; Sanjay Kumar (14 August 2006). "The food habits of a nation". hinduonnet.com. The Hindu. Retrieved 2007-04-21 ... food is regarded as being holy and every individual must purify themselves before touching their food. Other minor sects in ... A recent study by the Sachar Committee found that 3-4% of Muslim children study in madrasas (Islamic schools). Dietary habits ... In Hinduism, major life-cycle rituals include annaprashan (a baby's first intake of solid food), upanayanam ("sacred thread ...
*  Florida black bear
Maehr, David S.; Brady, James R. (1984-01-01). "Food Habits of Florida Black Bears". The Journal of Wildlife Management. 48 (1 ... In some cases, if the mother is allowed enough access to the food she will have multiple cubs. This delayed growth process is ... Most important has been the prevention of allowing access to food sources such as those maintained for pets or livestock. In ... garbage cans in garages or putting locks on lids as well as discouraging the use of outdoor feeders and keeping pet foods ...
*  Baya weaver
Varu, SN (2002). "Food habits of the Baya Weaver Ploceus philippinus (Linn.)". J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 99 (2): 320. Mukherjee ... "Observations on the food and feeding habits of Baya Weaver Ploceus philippinus". J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 75: 1198-1204. ... They depend on wild grasses such as Guinea grass (Panicum maximum) as well as crops like rice for both their food (feeding on ... They nest in colonies typically of up to 20-30, close to the source of food, nesting material and water. Baya weavers are best ...
*  Brown thrasher
... food supplements and predation risk. Phd Thesis. Kansas State Univ. Manhattan. Toland, B. (1985). "Food habits and hunting ... Errington, P. L. (1932). "Food habits of southern Wisconsin raptors. Part I. Owls". Condor. 34: 176-186. doi:10.2307/1363563. ... The brown thrasher utilizes its vision while scouring for food. It usually forages for food under leaves, brushes, and soil ... in the dry period when food supply is generally lower, 80% of the food became animal and only 20% plants. Vertebrates are only ...
*  Carya tomentosa
A guide to wildlife food habits. Dover, New York. 500p. Mitchell, A. F. 1970. Identifying the hickories. In International ... Hickory nuts are a minor source of food for ducks, quail, and turkey. Mockernut hickory nuts are consumed by many species of ...
*  Great auk
"Food Habits-Great Auk (Pinguinus impennis)". The Birds of North America Online. Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Retrieved 29 April ... Their main food was fish, usually 12 to 20 centimetres (4.7 to 7.9 in) in length and weighing 40 to 50 grams (1.4 to 1.8 oz), ... In years when there was a shortage of food, the great auks did not breed. A single egg was laid on bare ground up to 100 metres ... Great auk eggs were also a valued food source, as the eggs were three times the size of a murre's and had a large yolk. These ...
*  Greater sage-grouse
Klebenow, Donald A.; Gray, Gene M. (1968). "Food habits of juvenile sage grouse". Journal of Range Management. 21 (2): 80-83. ... Favored foods of prelaying and brood-rearing greater sage-grouse hens in Oregon are common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), ... Common dandelion was the most abundant food item and the mainstay of the chicks. At 6 weeks of age, goatsbeard reached its peak ... A Montana study, based on 299 crop samples, showed that 62% of total food volume of the year was sagebrush. Between December ...
*  Great horned owl
Size dimorphism and food habits of North American Owls. Condor 72:251-264. Johnson, D. H. 1998. Wing loading in 15 species of ... Food habits of Great Horned Owls, Bubo virginianus, in the northern taiga of the Yukon Territory and Alaska. Canadian Field- ... Wink, J.E., Senner, S. E., & Goodrich, L. J. (1987). Food habits of great horned owls in Pennsylvania. In Proceedings of the ... Llinas-Gutirrez, J., Arnaud, G. & Acevedo, M. (1991). Food habits of the Great Horned Owl in the Cape Region of Lower ...
*  Topknot pigeon
Frith, H.J. (1957). "Food Habits of the Topknot pigeon". Emu. 57 (5). doi:10.1071/MU957341. Innes, G.J. (1989). "Feeding ... However the increasing prevalence of a new food source in the fruit of the 'weed' camphor laurel trees has seen a recent ...
*  Bald eagle
In 20 food habit studies across the species' range, fish comprised 56% of the diet of nesting eagles, birds 28%, mammals 14% ... When food is abundant, an eagle can gorge itself by storing up to 1 kg (2.2 lb) of food in a pouch in the throat called a crop ... Todd, C. S.; Young, L. S.; Owen, R. B.; Gramlich, F. J. (1982). "Food habits of Bald Eagles in Maine". J. Wildlife Management. ... If food access is low, parental attendance at the nest may be lower because both parents may have to forage thus resulting in ...
*  Clinocottus analis
Mollick, R. S. (1970). Food habits of Clinocottus analis (Girard). California Fish and Game Volume 56 133-134. Fang, L. and J. ... Most of its food items are light-colored or clear, suggesting that these are easiest for the fish to see against the dark ...
*  Newell's shearwater
2007), "Food Habits Ainley et al. (2007), "Breeding" Ainley, D. G., T. C. Telfer, and M. H. Reynolds (1997). Townsend's and ...
*  Ipswich Whitefriars
Friar Richard Lavyngham of Suffolk (d. 1383) took the habit at the Ipswich Whitefriars. He later proceeded to Oxford where he ... and were compelled to sell several of their messuages to raise money for their food, the Visitor having allowed them only £4 a ...
*  Two-spotted bumble bee
Maehr, David S.; Brady, James R. (1984-01-01). "Food Habits of Florida Black Bears". The Journal of Wildlife Management. 48 (1 ... Plath, O. E. "Notes on the Nesting Habits of Several North American Bumblebees". Psyche: A Journal of Entomology. 29 (5-6): 189 ... instead of having to worry about both in overall food collection as the nonsocial carpenter bees needed to do. Several fly ...