3 Ways Your Weight and Your Poop Are Connected | Livestrong.com
Your poop can tell you a lot about what’s going on in your body, and it may even be a window into your weight. Here are three ways research has linked the two. From LiveStrong.com Read more
Vit D Supplements Flop Again for Bone Health
But other data suggest no adverse cardiovascular effect MedPage Today : Vit D Supplements Flop Again for Bone Read more
The Effects of Caffeine on the Bladder | Livestrong.com
Caffeine is among the most commonly consumed drugs in the world. It is found in coffee, tea, chocolate and soft drinks. The consumption of caffeine has several significant effects on the Read more
What Really Happens to Your Body When You Have Caffeine | Livestrong.com
How much do you know about the effects of caffeine on the body? Here’s a look at what the stimulant really does to your brain, heart, muscles and more. From Livestrong.com : What Read more
Study shows how four nights of poor sleep can make you gain weight
A new study from Pennsylvania State University has found hat eating high-fat and calorie-rich meals after being sleep deprived leads to a higher levels of insulin the body. From The Daily Read more
Safely Drink Any Water With These Filtered Water Bottles
Water bottles with filters are great for commuting and traveling as well as hiking and camping. SPY: Safely Drink Any Water With These Filtered Water Read more
Is Melatonin Safe to Take Every Night?
As in so many things, caution is warranted Time : Is Melatonin Safe to Take Every Read more
Microbiome Composition Changes in Response to Cooked vs Raw Diet
Researchers suggest that findings could provide new insights into how cooking may have altered evolution of the gut microbiome during human prehistory. GEN: Microbiome Composition Changes Read more
Why Medicare Is Focused On Food Insecurity
The issue of food insecurity has emerged as a healthcare concern and is now on the radar of health insurance companies, Medicare and Medicaid administrators as a way to get seniors better Read more
Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty bests diet, lifestyle changes for weight loss
Patients who underwent endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty achieved greater weight loss than patients who made diet and lifestyle changes alone, according to study results.“Though now gaining Read more
Fish Oil Supplements May Do Your Heart Good
Millions of Americans pop a fish oil supplement each day, hoping to bolster their heart health. Now, research suggests they may be on the right track.   (HealthDay News): Fish Oil Read more
Meat Guidelines Are Exposing the Fault Lines in Nutrition Advice
The Skeptical Cardiologist has one important reminder Anthony Pearson, MD:  Meat Guidelines Are Exposing the Fault Lines in Nutrition Read more
When Efforts To Eat ‘Clean’ Become An Unhealthy Obsession
Whether it’s gluten or dairy, many people avoid certain types of foods these days. Sometimes food avoidance can take over people’s lives and veer into an eating disorder. Read more
Novel Tx for Binge-Eating Cuts Weight in Obese Adults
Dasotraline also improved binge-related obsessive thoughts, compulsions Psych Congress: Novel Tx for Binge-Eating Cuts Weight in Obese Read more
‘Digiceuticals,’ new CGM devices, HbA1c alternatives transform diabetes management
CHICAGO — The growing abundance of technology options for better diabetes management and the trend away from HbA1c as the only evaluation metric for the condition are important parallel Read more
Pressuring Kids to Diet Can Backfire, Damaging Long-Term Health
Parents want the best for their children. Eat well. Get enough sleep. Exercise. But sometimes pressuring your teen to diet or lose weight may end up harming them, a new study suggests. Read more
No Need to Reduce Meat Intake for Health Reasons, Says Controversial Rec
But other experts deliver a point-by-point rebuttal   Annals of Internal Medicine: No Need to Reduce Meat Intake for Health Reasons, Says Controversial Read more
A Closer Look at the China Study: Dairy and Disease
I’ll admit it: Out of all the variables in the China Project, dairy is the one I’ve been most eager to analyze. Not because I’m a dairy lover myself (I haven’t touched it in… Read more
Four strategies to obtain affordable insulin
CHICAGO — As the cost for insulin continues to rise, clinicians can take several proactive steps to help uninsured and underinsured patients afford their medications today, according to a Read more
Is eating beef healthy? The new fight raging in nutrition science, explained.
How researchers came to a controversial conclusion about the health effects of meat. Beef debate in nutrition science : Is eating beef healthy? The new fight raging in nutrition science, Read more
The Patented Mediator Release Test (MRT®) – Oxford Biomedical Technologies, Inc.
  Despite all of the clinical and immunologic complexities associated with food sensitivities, the single common component of all diet-induced inflammatory reactions is proinflammatory Read more
Lp(a) has strong effect on CVD risk
CHICAGO — Lipoprotein(a) has been shown to be an independent, causal and genetic risk factor for CVD, with higher prevalence in patients of African, South Asian, Asian and Oceanic Read more
Bone material strength improves after gastric bypass
Adults with obesity who underwent Roux-en-Y gastric bypass experienced an improvement in bone material strength in the year after surgery despite an increase in bone turnover markers and Read more
Write An Article on Inflammation
Doctors and inflammation experts share four golden rules to follow when it comes to fighting inflammation with food and lifestyle habits. Interesting subject matter from the writers at Well Read more
Gastric Bypass Linked to Lower Risk for Major Birth Defects
Major birth defects recorded in 3.4 percent of infants born to mothers with gastric bypass surgery Physician’s Briefing Article: Gastric Bypass Linked to Lower Risk for Major Birth Read more
Children With Autism Found to Have Higher Risk for Obesity
Obesity seen in 22 percent of children with autism spectrum disorders Physician’s Briefing Article: Children With Autism Found to Have Higher Risk for Read more
Study: Bariatric Surgery OK for Kids with Psych Illness
Mental health disorders not predictive of outcomes Original Article: Study: Bariatric Surgery OK for Kids with Psych Read more
Childhood Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes Risk
  Clinicians should broach subject of weight control sooner rather than later” Original Article: Childhood Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes Read more
‘Realistic shift’ in diet could save the US up to $38 billion annually
A 20% increase in adherence to the Healthy Eating Index could result in savings of as much as $38 billion in health-related costs, according to findings presented at Nutrition 2018, the Read more
Declining insulin levels in type 1 diabetes stabilize after seven years, study shows
Insulin production falls steadily for seven years in people with type 1 diabetes but then stabilizes, researchers have said. A team from the University of Exeter Medical School said they Read more
Can mindfulness promote the well-being of diabetics?
  A recent meta-analytic study evaluated the effects of mindfulness-based interventions on the quality-of-life and metabolic control in patients with diabetes.” Original Article: Read more
High-salt diet may kill off ‘good’ gut bacteria
Eating too much salt is known to increase blood pressure. Researchers recently discovered that this might be due to salt’s impact on gut bacteria.” Original Article: High-salt diet Read more
Cardiovascular Mortality in Individuals With Early-, Late-Onset Prediabetes
Investigators examined the frequency of cardiovascular vs noncardiovascular deaths in individuals who developed prediabetes that did not progress to diabetes.” Original Article: Read more
The Amount of Gray Matter in Your Brain May Predict If You’ll Stick to Your Diet
    The amount of gray matter in your prefrontal cortex could dictate how much self-control you exhibit” Original Article: The Amount of Gray Matter in Your Brain May Read more
Alternatives to waist circumference, BMI ‘weak’ predictors of cardiometabolic risk
Alternative surrogate measurements of central body shape and fat accumulation are not superior indicators of cardiometabolic risk when compared against the currently recommended Read more
Study identifies processes in the gut that drive fat build-up around the waist
Research by scientists at King’s College London into the role the gut plays in processing and distributing fat could pave the way for the development of personalized treatments” Read more
Metabolic syndrome associated with poorer cognition in midlife
Middle-aged Hispanic adults with metabolic syndrome were more likely to have lower global neurocognitive scores and to satisfy criteria for low mental status, both early hallmarks of Read more