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
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 |
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. :  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
What Have the Last 10 Years of School Food Policy Taught Us? | Civil Eats
From school lunch shaming to universal free meals, four experts discuss the changes the past decade has brought to the nation’s school food program and how to make healthy, nutritious Read more
Only 1 in 5 patients with diabetes has ‘good’ foot care
Only about one in five patients with diabetic foot diseases in Turkey engaged in what researchers called “good” foot care, according to findings published in Primary Care Diabetes. Read more
Nutritional deficiencies common before and after bariatric surgery
For adults undergoing bariatric surgery, lifelong nutritional support is a key factor in successful outcomes. After surgery, patients are at increased risk for micronutrient deficiencies, Read more
Fitter Bodies Make for Healthier Brains, Study Finds
If you’re looking for incentives to hit the gym, new research suggests that staying in good shape may help preserve brain structure, boost memory, and improve the ability to think Read more
Add-on nutritional supplements show potential for mental disorders
Data from a large meta-review published in World Psychiatry suggested that some nutritional supplements provided efficacious adjunctive treatment for specific mental disorders in certain Read more
 What is intuitive eating, and how do you do it?
Figuring out what you want to eat, rather than what you think you should eat, can be surprisingly difficult. Article from Wellness  Perspective | What is intuitive eating, and how do you Read more
Oh Wow, I Totally Thought Broth And Stock Were The Same Thing
Apparently stock = bones. Article from Woman’s Health Magazine:  I Totally Thought Broth And Stock Were The Same Read more
Lysulin: Miracle Diabetes Supplement or Snake Oil?
DiabetesMine takes a critical look at what first Dexcom CEO John Burd is developing these days — a new diabetes supplement known as Lysulin. Article from Healthline : Lysulin: Miracle Read more
Peripheral Neuropathy ,10 Things You Need to Know
Life with peripheral neuropathy can be filled with unknowns – especially for those of us whose symptoms or diagnoses are relatively new. Navigating this new life with a painful condition can be (and most often is) overwhelming and frustrating. From bothersome symptoms like lack of muscle control to debilitating ones such as sharp, stabbing pains…... Read more Read more
Facilitated conversations can reduce family hypoglycemia burden in diabetes
An international survey of more than 4,300 family members of people with diabetes suggests that most feel worried or anxious about their loved one experiencing a hypoglycemic episode, with Read more
Spotlight on CoQ10: Is this supplement truly critical for good health?
Coenzyme Q10, also known as ubiquinone or CoQ10, is a compound that has a critical role in energy production within the cells of the body. Article from Chicago Sun-Times: Spotlight on Read more
Do collagen supplements work? A scientist splits fact from fiction.
Collagen products are popping up everywhere — in skin creams, dietary supplements, and even drinks. Because our bodies begin to lose collagen in our 20s, skin creams and treatments made Read more
Instagram posts that promote weight loss will be hidden from users under 18
Influencers promoting diet teas, supplements and certain cosmetic surgeries may have their posts hidden or removed completely Article from CBS News: Instagram posts that promote weight loss Read more
Obesity linked with chronic diarrhea
Patients with obesity are at greater risk for chronic diarrhea, and the association grew stronger as BMI increased, according to the results of a nationally representative survey. Sarah Read more
5 foods that destroy your endurance, according to a sports nutritionist
Just say no to avocado before your long run. Article from Well and Good: 5 foods that destroy your endurance, according to a sports Read more
Investigators Present New Heart Failure Nutrition Guidelines
At the annual meeting dedicated to heart failure, investigators present nutritional recommendations for patients, which includes dietary consultations, bariatric surgery, and a reduction in Read more
Back to School Snack Tray
Entertain friends at the start of the school year with this adorable Back to School Snack Tray! It offers fruits, cheese, crackers,… Keep Reading Article From: 360 Family Nutrition, back to School Snack Read more
The importance of ‘sport-related hobbies’ for middle aged women
Research in postmenopausal women finds that leisure time physical activity improves blood lipid profile, which is an indicator of cardiovascular health. Article from Medical News Today : Read more
No patients with prediabetes referred to prevention program
None of the more than 1,400 patients with prediabetes were formally referred to the CDC’s National Diabetes Prevention Program, according to findings recently published in the Journal of Read more
Menarche, menopause, oral contraceptives influence type 2 diabetes risk
Early age at menarche, early age at menopause and the use of oral contraceptives can increase the risk for developing type 2 diabetes by as much as 33%, according to study data presented at Read more
Weight loss from vegan diet influenced by gut microbiota
Adults who ate a vegan diet lost more weight and experienced improved insulin sensitivity compared with those who maintained regular dietary habits, and effects of the diet on the gut Read more
Is intensive weight loss harmful in some patients? 
A post hoc analysis of the Look AHEAD trial showed that intensive weight loss interventions can reduce CV events in some patients with type 2 diabetes, but they may also have a detrimental Read more
Why you shouldn’t make decisions on an empty stomach, according to science
Intermittent fasting is trendy, but a new study suggests that hunger clouds your ability to focus when you’re making decisions. Here’s the right time to eat to ensure your brain Read more
5 Ways to Get Your Kids in the Kitchen – Food & Nutrition Magazine – Stone Soup
While there are hundreds of ways to get your kids involved in the kitchen, I wanted to share my top five tips that have worked for our family. 5 Ways to Get Your Kids in the Kitchen – Read more
Arthritis Food Myths | Anti Inflammatory Diet | Arthritis Diet
Learn more about the myth about how tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants, and peppers contain a chemical that causes arthritis pain. Article by Arthritis Foundation: Arthritis Food Myths | Anti Read more
Scientists now think that being overweight can protect your health
Studies show it helps patients with an increasingly long list of medical problems. Article from Quartz : Scientists now think that being overweight can protect your Read more
Does eating at night really make you gain more weight?
The idea that there’s a best time of day to eat is more complicated than many assume. This article was originally published on The Conversation: Does eating at night really make you Read more
Teabags Can Release Billions of Microplastics into Your Drink, Study Finds
September 25, 2019 Just one plastic teabag can release billions of tiny plastic particles into tea, scientists have discovered. The research, which “shocked” the team, suggests Read more