Tag: nutrition

Mediterranean Diet Tied to Less Severe Erectile Dysfunction

In an observational study of 250 middle-aged men with hypertension and erectile dysfunction, those whose eating patterns more closely matched a Mediterranean diet had significantly...

Family Physician Joseph E. Scherger Champions Lifestyle Change

Joseph E. Scherger, MD, MPH, is a family physician of 40 years and an avid runner who has carried over his passion for fitness and...

Flavonoid-Rich Foods, Aided by Gut Bacteria, Tied to Lower BP

A higher intake of flavonoid-rich foods such as berries, apples, tea, and red wine is associated with a clinically relevant reduction in blood pressure levels,...

SNAP benefits will increase to an all-time high — here’s how much more the average family will receive each month

The 42 million Americans who rely on government help to pay for food will see the biggest-ever increase in their benefits starting in October, but...

Not So Fast Blaming Slow Metabolism for Mid-Life Weight Gain

Although a number of factors can add to weight gain during mid-life, it’s unlikely that a slowing metabolism is one of them, new evidence suggests....

Plant-Based Lignan Intake Linked to Lower CHD Risk

Consumption of a plant-based diet rich in lignans is associated with a lower risk of coronary heart disease, new research suggests. In a prospective cohort...

A Centuries Old ‘Superfood’ as Diabetes Treatment

If asked to think of a camel, many will invariably call up the emblematic image of a humped animal crossing the horizon in a blazing...

Dole IPO: 5 things to know about the newly-public fruit and vegetable giant

Dole Plc, the Dublin, Ireland-based fruit and vegetable giant, started trading Friday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker ‘DOLE,’ with shares falling...

Produce Prescription Programs: Keys to Better Health?

  Chef Michel Nischan has won the prestigious James Beard Award four times, written cookbooks, and launched a restaurant with the late actor Paul Newman....

Pandemic Changed Grocery Shopping for Rich and Poor

THURSDAY, July 22, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Changes in Americans’ grocery shopping habits during the pandemic made pre-existing gaps in access to food even...

Mediterranean diet food list for everything you need

CNN —   When thinking of the Mediterranean, it’s easy to let the mind wander to a happy place — relaxing on a hillside with...

Whole Grains May Lower Risk for Heart Disease in Older Adults

Eating more whole grains may protect against heart disease, an analysis of over 3000 middle- and older-aged American adults over many years indicates. Those who...

Why vegetarians are winning the inflation battle

Now is a great time to become a vegetarian. That’s because beef and pork-based foods are increasingly becoming more expensive. In June, Americans paid 4.5%...

Diet High in Fat, Fried Foods Linked to Sudden Cardiac Death

A large study shows that eating a diet high in fat, fried foods, processed meats, and sugary drinks is linked to a higher risk of...

Narcolepsy and Your Diet

Eating well is a good choice for everyone, but it may be especially important for people with narcolepsy. If you have narcolepsy, you have a...

Diet Rich in Omega-3s Linked to Fewer Migraines, Less Pain

A diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids reduces the frequency and intensity of monthly migraine attacks, a new study suggests. In this interventional study, a...

Fueling Your Body is Key to Fueling Your Business

The foods we eat greatly affect our mental health, and in turn, our business. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our...

Unhealthy Diet Linked to CHIP Mutation and CVD

An unhealthy diet is associated with a higher prevalence of clonal hematopoiesis of indeterminate potential (CHIP), a genetic variation that researchers say is a novel...

Key Driver of Fish Oil’s Antidepressant Effects Revealed

A key molecular mechanism underpinning the anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, and neuroprotective effects of omega-3 fatty acids has been identified.   In findings that could lead to...

Make Probiotics Quickly with This Shark Tank-Featured Product

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Less Aerosolization With Some Nasogastric Intubation Procedures

Nasogastric intubation for esophageal manometry or impedance monitoring does not generate significant aerosol particles and is associated with minimal droplet spread, according to a Belgian...

Food Prices Soar, Compounding Woes of World’s Poor

A surge in food prices is deepening the pain caused by Covid-19 across the developing world, forcing millions into hunger and contributing to social problems...

Early-Onset Colorectal Cancer — Are Sugary Drinks to Blame?

High consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) in adolescence and young adulthood could partially explain the recent rapid rise in early-onset colorectal cancer (EO-CRC) — at...

Formal Geriatric Assessment Should Be Routine

As the number of elderly patients with cancer continues to rise — and geriatricians remain in short supply — primary care providers and community oncologists...

Coffee Intake May Be Driven by Cardiovascular Symptoms

An examination of coffee consumption habits of almost 400,000 people suggests that those habits are largely driven by a person’s cardiovascular health. Data from a...