Tag: diet

Ask the Experts: Benefits of A2 Milk; Sacha Inchi Seeds

Q: What are the benefits of drinking A2 milk?

A: Many people complain of digestive issues, such as bloating, gas, or diarrhea, associated with consuming dairy products, including milk. This intolerance is usually blamed on lactose, the naturally occurring sugar in milk. There are people, however, who still suffer gastro-intestinal issues

The Scoop on Dairy-Free Ice Creams

On a hot summer day, a scoop of ice cream can really hit the spot. But, if you avoid dairy—for health, food sensitivities, or personal preference—you don’t have to miss out on a scoop of this sweet, cool refreshment. With today’s increased interest in allergy-free, vegan foods, an array of

4 Strategies for Natural Dry Eye Treatment

4 Strategies for Natural Dry Eye Treatment

Stinging eyes, sensitivity to light, blurred vision, and eye fatigue: these are just some of the uncomfortable symptoms of dry eye syndrome. People with dry eyes don’t produce enough tears, or they produce poor-quality tears, so their eyes don’t stay properly moisturized. The result is irritation and discomfort in the

Crohn’s Disease: Health With Nutrition

Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that affects about 2 in 1,000 Americans. Crohn’s and other forms of IBD are autoimmune diseases, which means the immune system attacks the intestinal lining, resulting in chronic inflammation. The disease can affect any part of the intestine, but usually affects

Good Fat, Bad Fat, Low Fat

The fortunes of dietary fat have not followed a straight line. As a nutrient, it has been vilified, forgiven and, in some cases, even glorified. What we know about this essential nutrient is further complicated by the fact that not all fats are created equal. Under the very large umbrella

A Good Meal Plan for Health

When the clock approaches 5:00 p.m., do you start thinking about what’s for dinner? Many people wing it when it comes to mealtime, hoping that a fridge full of food will inspire great culinary creations. But meal planning over spontaneity may lead to better eating.

“Meal planning is the foundation of

Potato Redemption

Maligned for years by dieters and the popular press, white potatoes have been blamed for increasing overweight, obesity, and type 2 diabetes risk. Could the world’s third largest food crop, behind rice and wheat, truly be the culprit of ill health? EN takes a closer look at the science.

Potatoes have

Diet Trends are Mostly Hype

Popular diet fads are often not as healthful as people think. After reviewing studies covering more than 40 years of diet patterns, foods, and nutrients that have been hyped for health, researchers dispel myths about several trends, including:

Juicing leaves out much of the fiber and nutrients of whole fruits

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