Tag: eating nuts

7. Rethinking Protein Needs

You Might Need More
Most Americans get plenty of protein, despite the marketing hype suggesting otherwise, but an emerging scientific consensus says older adults may need even more. Evidence also is mounting that the timing of older adults’ protein consumption may be important; the traditional, protein-heavy dinner might need to give

Q&A: Calcium and Magnesium; Mold on Fruit; Roasting Nuts

Q. I have recently read that calcium supplements can be dangerous when not taken with magnesium. Also, that the ratio of calcium to magnesium should be 2:1 or lower. Will you please have your experts answer whether this information is correct? I should be increasing my calcium for bone health

Nuts Improve Cholesterol Levels

At least part of the proven cardiovascular benefits of eating nuts can be explained by their effects on cholesterol and other blood lipids, according to new Tufts research. The meta-analysis of 61 con-trolled intervention trials totaling 2,532 participants found that tree nut intake lowered total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides and

More Good News for Nut Lovers

For the first time, a combined analysis of data from studies totaling more than 350,000 participants has concluded that a daily handful of nuts not only delivers healthy nutrition—it might also help you live longer. Although the 15 studies were not designed to prove cause and effect, the new meta-analysis

Weight Loss Can Improve Lipid Levels

Losing weight can improve your cholesterol and triglyceride levels as well as your waistline, according to a major new intervention study. The study found similar weight loss amounts could be achieved by lower-fat or lower-carbohydrate diets, whether the lower-carb diet was rich in walnuts or in monounsaturated fat (as in

Weight-Loss 101: Choose Low-Calorie Foods That Are Rich in Nutrients

Weight-Loss 101: Choose Low-Calorie Foods That Are Rich in Nutrients

If you’re aiming to reduce the number of calories you consume in order to lose weight, you’ll want to include plenty of low-calorie foods, ones that are high in nutritional value—in your diet plan. Fortunately, almost all non-starchy vegetables and fruits are low-calorie foods, so you have a large selection

Research Roundup: Fatty Foods & Phthalate Exposure; Low Vitamin D & Death Risk

Fatty foods increase phthalate exposure
Dietary phthalates—endocrine-disrupting chemicals linked to harmful health outcomes—are highest in high-fat foods, such as fatty meats, added fats, and high-fat dairy products. They are found most consistently in poultry, cooking oils, and cream-based dairy products, according to an analysis of 17 studies that measured phthalate concentrations

Is There Such a Thing as a Prostatitis Diet?

Is There Such a Thing as a Prostatitis Diet?

Of all the diseases affecting men, prostatitis is among the most perplexing. It encompasses an array of symptoms that vary from person to person, making treatment decisions difficult. Likewise, the factors that can trigger prostatitis symptoms or worsen them are as diverse as the symptoms, leaving many men with little

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