3 best nutrient pairs to eat daily, according to Harvard Health | Well+Good
If you want to stay healthy, Harvard Health has named three specific nutrient pairings that are just too good for you to keep apart. Article from: Wellandgood.com, 3 best nutrient pairs to Read more
Meta-Analysis Suggests Top Constipation Treatments
But commentator says true head-to-head trials may be more instructive Article from : medpagetoday.com Meta-Analysis Suggests Top Constipation Read more
Salt Substitute Shakes Up Hypertension in Community Trial
Swapping in some potassium had an important effect in Peruvian villages Article from: medpagetoday.com, Salt Substitute Shakes Up Hypertension in Community Read more
10 Trader Joe’s healthy food products a dieititan loves | Well+Good
In the latest episode of “You Versus Food,” dietitian Tracy Lockwood Beckerman shares her favorite Trader Joe’s healthy food and snack products. Article from: Well and Read more
Drop the Pop: Soda Tied to Higher Risk of Early Death
Whether you call it soda, pop or a soft drink, a new study’s findings suggest it would be better for your health to drink water instead. Article from: Healthday.com, Drop the Pop: Read more
The Brain Damage Diet
A 22-year-old picky eater’s big problem Article from: medpagetoday.com, The Brain Damage Read more
Study investigates how dietary fat can affect insulin dosing in type 1 diabetes – Diabetes
In both the USA and UK, people with type 1 diabetes are recommended to adjust insulin for dietary fat. It is known that combining fat with carbohydrate at meals can slow how quickly food is Read more
SGLT2 Inhibitors Protect Against Kidney Failure in Diabetics
An analysis of CREDENCE, EMPA-REG, the CANVAS Program, and DECLARE-TIMI 58 found SGLT2 inhibitor use reduced dialysis, transplantation, or death due to kidney disease by 33%.  Article Read more
Breastfeeding, sugar-sweetened beverages influence obesity risk in children exposed to gestational diabetes
A cohort of mostly Hispanic children exposed to gestational diabetes in utero who were exclusively breastfed were 44% less likely to develop obesity when compared with similar children who Read more
5 Supplements That Scientists Actually Take
We want to know which supplements are worth our attention (and money) so six scientists — experts in everything from public health to exercise physiology — were asked to name a Read more
Diabetes Control Has Stalled Across U.S.
U.S. adults with diabetes are no more likely to meet disease control targets than they were in 2005, a new study finds. Article from: Healthday.com, Diabetes Control Has Stalled Across Read more
Hearing Aid Use Tied to Lower Risk for Dementia, Depression, Falls
Findings revealed in large study of older adults with hearing loss Article from: Physicians Briefing.com, Hearing Aid Use Tied to Lower Risk for Dementia, Depression, Read more
Role of Nutrition in Rheumatoid Arthrtis Management
By Cheryl Koch, CNSD Updated by Rebecca Manno, MD, MHS 5/11/15 Introduction A Healthy Diet Malnutrition Food Hypersensitivities and Their Link to RA Is Fasting Effective for Treating Read more
The History of Vegetarian Diets: Explore the Progression of Plant-Based Eating
Vegetarian diets are not just a trend; they’ve long been a staple of human dietary patterns. Article from: Ginger Hultin, MS, RD, The History of Vegetarian Diets: Explore the Progression Read more
Top 10 recent diet and nutrition news reports
Endocrine Today has compiled a list of the top 10 recent news reports about endocrine-related diet and nutrition. From :Healio.com , Top 10 recent diet and nutrition news Read more
Healthiest lifestyle can reduce diabetes risk by 75%
Adults who practice a combination of healthy lifestyle factors, such as not smoking, avoiding alcohol, participating in physical activity and maintaining a normal weight, are 75% less Read more
Can Food Combining Put an End to Your Digestive Woes? | Livestrong.com
Food combining, an Ayurvedic diet, claims to rid the body of toxins and help digestion. But there’s no scientific evidence to support these purported benefits. Article From Read more
Financial incentives and fruits and vegetables
Researchers found that study participants increased spending on fruits and vegetables by27%. Article from Read more
Colours of the Rainbow: talking about healthy eating to 4 year olds! – Dietitian’s Life
It is the British Nutrition Foundation’s Healthy Eating week this week (1st-5th June 2015), so I volunteered myself to go into my daughters nursery school to talk to the children about my Read more
Educational text messages improve glycemic control in CHD, diabetes
PARIS — Patients with CHD and diabetes who received frequent educational and motivational text messages for glycemic control in addition to standard care had a greater reduction in Read more
Repeatedly Offering A Variety Of Vegetables Can Make Children Eat More
Offering not one but a variety of vegetables on a regular basis can get children to accept those vegetables and probably start liking them. Article from NDTV Food, Repeatedly Offering A Read more
How much fat per day is healthy? 
Healthy fat is in, but how much fat per day is it safe to eat without going overboard? Here’s what nutrition experts have to say. Article from Well and Good : How much fat per day is Read more
BMD loss fails to recover after weight regain among older adults
In a cohort of older adults who lost weight while participating in a lifestyle program, both those who went on to maintain their weight loss and those who regained weight after the program Read more
’Gamification’ may improve effectiveness of weight loss interventions
Weight loss interventions with game elements, especially competition, result in significantly greater increases in physical activity among overweight and obese adults compared with those Read more
Green Vegetables, Herbs, and Oils May Help Stabilize Patients Taking Warfarin
This Medical News article discusses recent research that shows increasing their vitamin K intake could help patients who take warfarin to maintain stable anticoagulation. Article from JAMA Network: Green Vegetables, Herbs, and Oils May Help Stabilize Patients Taking Read more
Vitamin D: High Doses Don’t Strengthen Bones
Surprising effects seen in randomized trial: actual adverse effects seen with supplementation Article from MedPage News: Vitamin D: High Doses Don’t Strengthen Read more
Peanut sublingual immunotherapy safe, effective for kids
Researchers demonstrated that long-term use of sublingual immunotherapy, or SLIT, was an effective and safe option to treat peanut allergy in children aged 1 to 11 years, according to Read more
Why Weight Gain Often Comes With Age
It happens to most aging Americans: Excess pounds pile on, despite efforts to eat right and exercise. Article from HealthDay : Why Weight Gain Often Comes With Read more
Plant-based foods play a growing role on foodservice menus
Foodservice companies such as Sodexo and Aramark are making more menu items out of plants. Article from SmartBrief: Plant-based foods play a growing role on foodservice Read more
Intensive weight loss fails to reduce CV risk among certain patients with type 2 diabetes
Cardiovascular event risk for those with overweight or obesity can either be lowered or heightened with intensive lifestyle interventions depending on certain factors, according to findings Read more
Occasional Napping Linked to Lower Risk for Cardiovascular Events
Napping once or twice/week tied to lower risk, but napping duration not linked to CV event risk Article from HealthDay: Occasional Napping Linked to Lower Risk for Cardiovascular Read more
Sodexo, Knorr Focus On Sustainability With Future 50 Menu
They’ve all got something in common — they’re more nutritious and leave less of a carbon footprint than the short list of foods Americans are eating most often. Article from Read more
Here’s what healthy means now
Just as consumers have pushed for customization in foodservice, choosing everything from bowl formats to burritos to the ingredients that go into each of those, consumers are now looking to Read more
Is Vaping Safe? A health strategy or smoke screen?
CuencaHighLife Article from CuencaHighLife : Is Vaping Safe? A health strategy or smoke Read more
New 4000-Mile Trail Will Let People Bike Across US on One Path
Old railroad routes are being transformed into a seamless cross-country bike path For the first time in history, a coast-to-coast bike trail will connect nearly 4,000 miles of the country Read more
Ready to Lose Weight? Here’s Your 7-Day 1,500-Calorie Diet Meal Plan | Livestrong.com
Cutting calories is an important step to make if weight loss is your goal. Here’s your ultimate 1,500-calorie diet meal plan that’s both healthy and effective. Livestrong.com :  Ready to Lose Weight? Here’s Your 7-Day 1,500-Calorie Diet Meal Read more
Lots of Time on Social Media Linked to Anxiety, Depression in Teens
Teens who spend more time with social media are more likely to suffer from social withdrawal, anxiety or depression, a new study says. Article from Health Day : Lots of Time on Social Media Read more