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To guarantee the mental and physical healthfulness of its followers, Islam prescribes a package of healthful practices and behaviors and imposes restrictions on such practices and behaviors which are more likely to damage mental and physical health.
In Experiment 1 we examine the accuracy of consumers' calorie estimates across different fast food restaurants and meals that vary in perceived healthfulness.
The high ratings of these two foods, based on taste and perceptions of healthfulness, speak to the psychological satisfaction of the food.
Federal officials recently proposed raising the nutritional standards for school lunches or breakfasts, but the recommendations issued yesterday are the first national attempt to address the healthfulness of "competitive" school foods--snacks and drinks that often are sold to raise money for schools.
Judging criteria will be based on taste, appearance, convenient preparation and cooking, and healthfulness and nutritional balance.
In a move aimed at improving the healthfulness of restaurant food, the New York City Board of Health recently voted to require that all of the city's restaurants remove artificial trans fats from foods by July 2008.
coli scare was over and emphasizing the healthfulness of spinach.
Also, when it comes to snacking--the combination of taste, healthfulness and portability--add up to the top considerations.
This chilled raw vegetable soup is just the thing for summer, and it oozes healthfulness.
public health organizations, such as the National Academy of Sciences, American Cancer Society and the Food and Agricultural Organization of the World Health Organization, support tea's healthfulness.
But Jane Ruby Heirich's book, Voice and the Alexander Technique, is, as far as I know, the first to delineate the specific benefits of the Alexander Technique for those who are concerned with the quality and healthfulness of vocal sound in either spoken or sung form.