Carrot, Apple & Walnut Streusel Bread
Here’s the thing (about bread). I was never sure if it’s possible to fall in love with a food, but if anything will reassure me that it can indeed happen, it’s this Read more
Resistance! – Fall 2018 |
Resistance! – Fall 2018 The timeless theme of resistance is the cornerstone of all epic tales, from Star Wars to Harry Potter. Resistance creates heroes. Resistance is personal. Have you Read more
Apple Donates Smartwatches for mHealth Study on Eating Disorders
University of North Carolina is working on a remote patient monitoring study where researchers will use smartwatches and an mHealth app to monitor people with binge eating disorder and Read more
Nutrients may reduce blood glucose levels
Credit: John Soares BOSTON – (October 10, 2018) – Type 2 diabetes is driven by many metabolic pathways, with some pathways driven by amino acids, the molecular building blocks Read more
That Clean Life
Everything you need to meal plan for yourself, or your clients. We make eating healthy super simple and fun. Source: That Clean Read more
How Streamlining Your Business Will Make You More Productive and More Profitable – Health Coach Solutions
2 1 Today’s post is from someone who is an expert at creating and implementing systems to streamline your business to make your life easier and much more productive. If you feel bogged Read more
No Wonder It Works So Well: There May Be Viagra In That Herbal Supplement
Hundreds of nutritional supplements contain unapproved pharmaceutical ingredients, according to an FDA database. So why isn’t the agency doing more to get them recalled? Source: No Read more
SIPS: A New Bariatric Surgery Procedure
By Mitchell Roslin, MD Duodenal switch is an effective procedure for weight loss, but it currently accounts for less than 5% of all bariatric surgeries due to concerns about technical Read more
Laser technique may become alternative to finger stick for blood glucose testing
A potential alternative to the finger prick test for measuring blood glucose levels has been developed by a researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Read more
Inhaled insulin improves glucose control in type 1 diabetes
Compared with multiple daily insulin injections, inhaled insulin was shown to provide benefits for adults with type 1 diabetes, including improved postprandial glucose levels, lower daytime Read more
Hundreds of Supplements Spiked with Pharmaceuticals
FDA does little about it, study finds. Source: Hundreds of Supplements Spiked with Read more
10 Reasons You’re Not Getting a Good Night’s Sleep
Need better sleep? Forgo trendy solutions and simply stop making these common nighttime blunders. Source: 10 Reasons You’re Not Getting a Good Night’s Read more
Pass the salt: Study finds average consumption safe for heart health: Public health strategies should be based on best evidence
New research shows that for the vast majority of individuals, sodium consumption does not increase health risks except for those who eat more than five grams a day, the equivalent of 2.5 Read more
Using Spaced Repetition to Supercharge Your Habits
An uncommon way to use the science of learning to build multiple habits at the same time Source: Using Spaced Repetition to Supercharge Your Habits – Better Read more
How do dairy fats influence the risk of type 2 diabetes?
Do high levels of dairy fats increase or lower the risk of type 2 diabetes? A new pooled analysis of 16 international studies aims to provide an answer. Source: How do dairy fats influence Read more
How to Test for Heavy (Toxic!) Metals — and Why It’s a Good Idea
My chronic insomnia was apparently caused by some of my healthiest habits. Here’s what I learned about detoxing, with help from my doctor. Source: How to Test for Heavy (Toxic!) Metals Read more
Should we mourn the death of American cheese? 8 experts weigh in.
Everyone grieves in their own way. Source: Should we mourn the death of American cheese? 8 experts weigh Read more
The Risk of Heart Disease with Painkillers • CMHC PULSE
A study in 2017 indicates that common painkillers (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) like ibuprofen are risky for people who have had heart attacks. Source: The Risk of Heart Disease Read more
Spotting Malnutrition Symptoms in Your Loved One
Follow these steps to help prevent and address malnourishment if your loved one is underweight, undermined by diet, or possibly undernourished. Source: Spotting Malnutrition Symptoms in Read more
Mediterranean diet promotes anticancer bacteria in the breast
Compared with following a Western diet, a Mediterranean diet alters breast metabolites and microbiome to favor anticancer effects, a mammal study shows. Source: Mediterranean diet promotes Read more
Learn to Stop Emotional Eating | Food & Nutrition | Stone Soup
Both biology and psychology are at play here, so don’t be shy about seeking help. Here are a few steps to help you shake free from emotional eating. Source: Learn to Stop Emotional Eating Read more
Vitamin D supplementation may improve metabolic syndrome parameters in children with obesity
Children with overweight and obesity assigned to receive vitamin D supplementation for 1 year experienced decreases in BMI and fat mass and a rise in HDL cholesterol vs. similar children Read more
High-intensity leisure-time physical activity lowers CVD risk
The intensity of leisure-time physical activity has an effect on the incidence of CVD, irrespective of energy expenditure, according to an analysis of middle-aged adults in the SUN Read more
Gluten-Free Craze a ‘Double-Edged Sword’ for Celiac Patients
The gluten-free diet craze is both reassuring and upsetting to people with celiac disease who are allergic to the nutrient, a small study suggests. Source: Gluten-Free Craze a Read more
Heritability of BMI Stronger in Obesogenic Environments
Heritability of BMI was significantly higher in children living in high-risk obesogenic environments compared with those living in low-risk environments. Source: Heritability of BMI Read more
Obesity Surgery May Cut Heart Attack Risk in Diabetics
Obesity surgery may help prevent heart attacks and strokes in people who are severely overweight and have diabetes, a new large study suggests. Source: Obesity Surgery May Cut Heart Attack Read more
New genetic study into LADA reveals connections to type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Scientists believe that the diabetes type LADA may actually be a hybrid of type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. LADA is short for Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adulthood. It is commonly Read more
Adverse childhood experiences increase prediabetes markers in adulthood
Adults who reported adverse childhood experiences are at greater risk for developing higher BMI, waist circumference, insulin resistance and other prediabetes indicators vs. those without Read more
Seafood rich in omega-3 may promote healthy aging
New research suggests that people who consume high levels of omega-3 fatty acids from seafood are more likely to stay disease-free well into old age. Source: Seafood rich in omega-3 may Read more