National Nutrition Month 2020
“Eat Right, Bite by Bite” March is National Nutrition Month®, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics celebrates this annually. As
A Mediterranean diet rich in extra-virgin olive oil: An important defense against nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, characterized by abnormal accumulation of fat within the liver, is a leading cause of chronic liver
The Benefits of Food Journaling
What is Mindful Eating? Mindfulness can easily be translated to “awareness.” In this case, it could be the awareness of
Synbiotic pasta found to enhance the health of obese individuals with or without hyperglycemia
The microbes that populate the human body provide vital functions that are essential for health. Food components known as probiotics
Dietary fiber: An integral component of a successful weight loss intervention
Major shortcomings associated with sustainable weight loss include difficulty following low-calorie diets and the body’s ability to regain weight easily.
Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load: What does the research tell us about disease risk?
The glycemic index and glycemic load are numbers assigned to foods to indicate the expected response of blood glucose when
Neural activation patterns in response to food-related cues
Limiting intake of high-fat and high-fat/high-sugar foods avoids the blunting of taste and reward responsivity to food, thus reducing risk
So you want to be a meta-analyst?
The use of systematic reviews to analyze nutrition research, set nutrition policy guidelines, and identify gaps and needs for future
Food Intolerance and Food Allergies: The Dangers of Not Knowing the Difference
Food Intolerance and Food Allergies: The Dangers of Not Knowing the Difference Lately, it seems like avoiding a specific food
Can We Prevent Muscle Loss as We Age?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds increasing dairy may be an effective strategy to combat sarcopenia. As we age,