Open Question: How to get emancipated in Florida?

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Consumption patterns of sweetened food and drink products in a Catholic Middle Eastern Canadian community.

Public Health Nutr. 2013 Jan 3; 1-8
Moubarac JC, Receveur O, Cargo M, Daniel M

OBJECTIVE: The present study describes the consumption patterns of sweetened food and drink products in a Catholic Middle Eastern Canadian community and examines its associations with physical activity, sedentary behaviours and BMI. DESIGN: A two-stage cross-sectional design was used. In Stage 1 (n 42), 24 h recalls enabled the identification of sweetened products. In Stage 2 (n 192), an FFQ was administered to measure the daily consumption of these products and to collect sociodemographic and behavioural data. Sweetened products were defined as processed culinary ingredients and ultra-processed products for which total sugar content exceeded 20 % of total energy. SETTING: Three Catholic Middle Eastern churches located in Montreal, Canada. SUBJECTS: Normoglycaemic men and women (18-60 years old). RESULTS: Twenty-six sweetened products represented an average consumption of 75·4 g total sugars/d or 15·1 % of daily energy intake (n 190, 56 % women). Soft drinks, juices, sweetened coffee, chocolate, cookies, cakes and muffins were the main sources of consumption and mostly consumed between meals. Age (exp (β) = 0·99; P < 0·01), physical activity (exp (β) = 1·08; P < 0·01) and recreational computer use (exp (β) = 1·17; P < 0·01) were independently associated with sweetened product consumption. The association between sweetened product consumption and physical activity was U-shaped. BMI was not significantly associated with sweetened product consumption but all participants regardless of BMI were above the WHO recommendation for free sugars. CONCLUSIONS: Being physically active and spending less time using a computer may favour a reduced consumption of sweetened products. Very active individuals may, however, overconsume such products.

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Open Question: How to get emancipated in Florida?

This is a question for my friend Amber. She’s 15, turning 16 in May.
When she turns 16 she wants to be emancipated. Her parents want to move from a good area, to a bad area, her boyfriend who she’s been with for 1 1/2 years lives in the good area. She’s with him almost everyday, he’s 16. He lives with his grandparents because his parents were alcoholics.
Amber’s parents are never home, her mom works all day, and her dad is always out shopping because he’s selfish with his money. Whenever he is home, he screams at her and has an extremely bad temper (I’ve witnessed him punch a car over a tiny argument as well as him throw dishes at her for not cleaning them). He always threatens to hit her and has said he hates her.
She has a job, and is in school doing moderately good (Cs and Bs) and wants to go to culinary school or get a GED in the future.
The job she has could support a cheap apartment. Her boyfriend also has a job. But she wants to move in with her boyfriend’s grandparents. She’s there everyday from 10am-9pm already.
Would these be grounds for her emancipation?
Moving would mean losing her job, and make her suicidal for not seeing her boyfriend. She’s attempted suicide before. And has cut herself as well as hit herself. But that was a while ago. It would put her in a ghetto area. And she’d constantly be home alone (she’s homeschooled due to bullying at public school.)
What do you think? Thank you!

Sun, 06 Jan 2013 01:57:51 GMT
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Me. Allen saying he went to Culinary Academy. #nice
Me. Allen saying he went to Culinary Academy. #nice
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Sun, 06 Jan 2013 01:59:33 +0000
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Culinary calendar - Spokesman.com - Jan. 2, 2013
Winemaking 101 Workshop - Learn the basics of fermentation, how to keep your wine from going bad and the process for making wine. Bring an apron. Saturday, 2-5 p.m., Sun People Dry Goods, 32 W. Second Ave. $15.

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