Everyday nutrition for individuals with spinal cord injury.
NARIC Accession Number: O18267. What's this? Author(s):Barton, Vickeri; Kim, Susie. Project Number:H133N060033. Publisher(s): Northwest Regional Spinal Cord Injury System
University of Washington
Rehabilitation Medicine, Box 356490 Seattle, WA 98195
800/366-5643. Publication Year: 2011. Abstract: This webcast features reasons, tips, and resources on why nutrition is important after a spinal cord injury (SCI). Because of increased risks of developing specific medical complications as well as the physical challenges of shopping and meal preparation, nutrition plays an important role in the well-being of people living with SCI. Topics discussed include: general guidelines for weight control, protein recommendations, bone health, nutrition supplements, physical activity, steps toward healthier eating, food preparation, and cookbooks. Running time: 58:00. Descriptor Terms: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS, DAILY LIVING, HEALTH PROMOTION, NUTRITION, QUALITY OF LIFE, SELF CARE, SPINAL CORD INJURIES.
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