Teen Brains Change After Bariatric Surgery 
Reward, executive functioning improved with weight loss Source: Study: Teen Brains Change After Bariatric Surgery | Medpage Read more
PURE Confusion: Observational Data Can’t Tell Us What to Eat
The PURE study suggests that dietary saturated fat is good and carbohydrates bad, but nutritional guidelines should be based purely on randomized data, argues Dr O’Donoghue. Source: Read more
Cherry juice reduces muscle damage caused by intensive strength exercise.
Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2011 Aug;43(8):1544-51. doi: 10.1249/MSS.0b013e31820e5adc. Clinical Trial; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov’t Source: Montmorency cherry juice reduces muscle Read more
Is the Ketogenic Diet Safe for People With Diabetes?
      The ketogenic diet is a dietary regimen that restricts carbohydrates to very low amounts (typically below 50 grams) and increases fat. The idea is to create a Read more
Dealing With Post-Bariatric Surgery Hypoglycemia
  “Diabetes is the most common disorder of metabolism. It is a condition where glucose is higher than normal. The other end of that spectrum is hypoglycemia, says Dr. Patti, but Read more
‘Metabolically Healthy’ Obesity? Not So Much, Study Finds
A large, long-term cohort study added to the growing body of evidence tipping the scales against the idea that there is such a thing as healthy obesity. ‘Metabolically Healthy’ Read more
Parents, Schools Step Up Efforts To Combat Food-Allergy Bullying
Up to 32 percent of kids with food allergies have been taunted with foods that make them sick. Schools are moving beyond allergy awareness and “nut-free zones” to address this Read more
Hearts Get ‘Younger,’ Even At Middle Age, With Exercise
As early as your mid-40s, especially if you’re sedentary, your heart muscle can show signs of aging, losing its youthful elasticity and power. But moderately strenuous exercise can Read more
Fecal Profiling May Predict Dietary Response in IBS
Baseline VOCs correlate with symptom relief in patients on low-FODMAP diet Source: Fecal Profiling May Predict Dietary Response in Read more
How Cheese, Wheat and Alcohol Shaped Human Evolution
Over time, diet causes dramatic changes to our anatomy, immune systems and maybe skin color Source: How Cheese, Wheat and Alcohol Shaped Human Read more
15 Foods You Should Not Refrigerate
Cold storage is a necessity for many foods, but the chilly air of the fridge can have a negative effect on some healthy favorites. Keep these foods at their best by keeping them out of the Read more
The best ways to lose weight and keep it off, according to science
Sustained weight loss can feel like an uphill battle. Here are some practical guidelines for a healthier you. Source: The best ways to lose weight and keep it off, according to Read more
Wandering Gut Bacteria Could Be Behind Conditions Like Lupus
Yale University researchers found that when a specific type of gut bacteria can relocate to other organs, and trigger an autoimmune response when it does. Source: Wandering Gut Bacteria Read more
Peanut Tolerance a Possibility with Lower Dose Maintenance OIT
Challenge failure may not mean treatment failure, study suggests Source: Peanut Tolerance a Possibility with Lower Dose Maintenance Read more
Chocolate and hunger: A dangerous duo?
This article brings up a great question: Should we advise clients to re-arrange their meals to add more calories in the morning? Source: Chocolate and hunger: A dangerous duo? Here’s Read more
Breakfast Options
If you’re avoiding sugars, ditch that morning muffin and opt for a savory breakfast instead. Here are eight ideas for where to start. Source: Trying to reduce sugar? Start the day Read more
Heart Rate Variability Patch Promising for Predicting Hypoglycemia
T1D patients showed detectable increase in low and high frequency ratio Source: HRV Patch Promising for Predicting Read more
Bariatric Surgery Alters Gene Expression
Inflammatory, metabolic pathways overexpressed as ‘hungry intestine’ remodels gut Source: Bariatric Surgery Alters Gene Read more
Calorie Restriction Linked to Sustained Metabolic Adaptation
Calorie Restriction Linked to Sustained Metabolic Adaptation Energy expenditure lower than expected on the basis of weight loss in the calorie restriction group Read on Physician’s Read more
How Consuming low-calorie sweeteners may predispose overweight individuals to diabetes
“Our stem cell-based studies indicate that low-calorie sweeteners promote additional fat accumulation within cells compared with cells not exposed to these substances, in a Read more
Citrate vs. Carbonate after Bariatric Surgery
This is an excerpt from one of the listserves and an interesting topic for someone to write about: Question about calcium… In reading the article American Society for Metabolic and Read more
How AI is Changing Diabetes Care
With millions of possible drug combinations for treatment of diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia and heart disease, new AI program offers more thorough analysis and options. Source: A Read more
Gut bacteria & obesity
Add “metabolism” to the laundry list of things your microbiome can affect. Source: Gut bacteria might be tied to Read more
New Weight Loss Procedure Freezes Hunger Nerves to Brain
DOCTORS CONDUCTING A new weight loss study used gas to freeze a nerve in the back that carries hunger signals to the brain, lowering patients’ appetite and promoting weight Read more
How Does Intermittent Fasting Work, and Why is it Beneficial for Diabetes?
Dr. Mark Mattson intermittent fasting exclusive interview: Dr. Mattson defines intermittent fasting and discusses the positive effects of intermittent fasting, especially for people with Read more
A Review of HAES: What Does the Research Say
Abstract Current guidelines recommend that “overweight” and “obese” individuals lose weight through engaging in lifestyle modification involving diet, exercise and other behavior Read more
Unpacking the Research: What We Have Learned About the Thin Ideal
Intentional weight loss is a funny concept that often needs to be unpacked to make sense. When a person sets out to “lose weight” as the primary intention, there is often no regard to Read more
Why Do Bad Things Happen When You Diet? 
When a person is not present in the here-and-now, they are no longer able to make a choice. When a person is thinking about what life will be like when they are “x” pounds smaller, they Read more
That Little Pause May Be Telling You Something 
Mindfulness practice, which is the little pause to consider a variety of different views and opinions, can help you acknowledge all humans are in a state of conflict or ambivalence. This Read more
The Road to Self-care Isn’t Straight!
In the book, Core Concepts of Mindful Eating: Professional Edition, I created a tool called The Mindful Eating Map.  The Mindful Eating Map is a guide to help you bring compassionate Read more
Letting Your Feelings Guide You
Creating a practice requires you to return, over and over again to the present moment. Unfortunately, many people are highly skilled at being self-critical.  They don’t want to return to Read more
Washington Post Perspective | Why you should stop trying to lose weight
Yes, really. The numbers game works for some people, but most of us need a more personal approach to health. Source: Perspective | Why you should stop trying to lose Read more
Eating Fast May Raise Obesity Risk
Going to sleep within two hours of eating dinner and snacking after dinner were also associated with obesity, but skipping breakfast was not. Source: Eating Fast May Raise Obesity Read more
Weight Management Retreat Program
Structure House is an exclusive weight loss center, with a decades-proven treatment program for obesity, eating disorders, and behavioral issues. This is not a diet plan, it is long-term Read more
Music makes us enjoy exercise more, finds brain study
If you find exercise dull, a new study suggests you might want to grab your headphones; listening to music can increase our enjoyment of physical activity. Source: Music makes us enjoy Read more
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