Diet is an important part of growing up healthy, but it's not always easy to eat the right food. This title focuses on various dietary problems young people might encounter in their daily lives. The title acknowledges the pressure young people are under from their peers and the media and gives guidance and support in a lively, sympathetic, and positive way. The approach follows a choice and consequences sequence. Real case studies are presented along with quotes and personal accounts in the sidebars. Advice on how to handle situations is given in e-mails from friends and older siblings as well as from experts on problem pages.
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