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You've probably heard of prebiotics and probiotics, but do you know what they are? Nutrition research has pinpointed specific functional components of foods that may improve health
Let's face it, we are in an energy crisis. We, as a society, are busy, stressed, need more physical activity and sometimes have poor eating habits — all contributing to low energy levels.
Vegetarian meals are gaining in popularity — even with regular meat-eaters. According to a 2015 poll by the Vegetarian Resource Group, 36 percent of Americans eat at least one vegetarian meal per week.
Compelling research suggests that fatty buildup in arteries begins in childhood and is more likely with higher blood cholesterol levels. fatty buildup clogged arteries heart health cardiovascular heart…
Yes, you can be physically active with diabetes. In fact, it is recommended. Physical activity alone, even without weight loss, can improve your diabetes. Can I Exercise if I Have Diabetes?
For individuals with diabetes who are overweight or obese, moderate weight loss can help improve insulin resistance and glycemic outcomes. Weight Management and Diabetes…
In addition to suffering from gastrointestinal problems typically associated with celiac disease some people with celiac disease may experience other diseases and chronic conditions as well.
Having HIV may put you at greater risk for heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and certain cancers; however, eating a healthy diet may help reduce the risk of developing these conditions.
If you have kidney disease, your doctor or RDN will let you know if you need to avoid foods high in potassium. The following list shows examples of foods that are high and moderate in potassium.
Eating disorders are not just a problem for girls and women. However, the biggest difference between men and women with eating disorders is that women are more likely to seek treatment.
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