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Encourage your teen to eat three balanced meals a day, with fruits or vegetables as snacks.
Carnitine is a natural substance that the body uses to process fats and produce energy. Carnitine deficiency is when not enough of the nutrient carnitine is available to cells in the body. This can cause muscle weakness and heart or liver problems.
A key way to reduce the effects of metabolic syndrome is to lower high blood pressure. Reducing the amount of salt (sodium) in your diet is a great start.
Omega-3s are a beneficial and essential form of fat, one that your body needs but can't make.
The My Plate plan can help you eat a variety of foods while encouraging the right amount of calories and fat.
This national program encourages Americans to eat more fruits and vegetables, aiming for 5 to 9 servings a day.