But with the move even, both Republicans and Democrats expressed concern with the process behind the writing of the guidelines. ‘From my constituents, a lot of them don’t believe this stuff anymore. You have lost your credibility with a lot of people,’ Rep. Collin Peterson, D-Minnesota, position member on the panel, told Burwell and Vilsack. Peterson and additional lawmakers said these were concerned that the guidelines would recommend lower sodium intake and eating less red meat. ‘When it comes to red meat, I think it’s fairly apparent that there’s a reputation that lean meat should be component of a healthy diet,’ Vilsack responded. Burwell told the panel that the upcoming guidelines will concentrate on ‘fruit and veggies, grains and lean proteins and limited levels of saturated fats, added sodium and sugar.’ ‘For me, it’s very dangerous to set forth suggestions when everyone has a different DNA, and everyone provides different ages,’ Rep.However, Carskadon warns that afternoon naps don’t help morning hours fatigue the very next day. To be able to help adolescents do their best, parents need to take an active role in helping set a normal sleep pattern for his or her teen. .. Adolescents who don’t get enough sleep might be jeopardizing their athletic functionality, Adolescents who do not get enough sleep may be jeopardizing their athletic overall performance, and high school sports groups on the west coast could be at a disadvantage if indeed they play east coastline rivals, says Mary Carskadon, PhD, of the Bradley Hasbro Children’s Research Center.