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Tag: women’s health
The news about eating a diet high in refined carbohydrates continues to get worse. According to research published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (August 2015), refined carbohydrates, such as white rice, white bread and sugar, have been linked to an increased risk for new-onset depression in postmenopausal women.
Low-fat diets have been around for decades, with the hope of cutting weight, as well as disease risk. Most of the research on low-fat diets (less than 30 percent of calories from fat) has not been fruitful, though some studies indicate that very low-fat diets may be an option for
Recent research has revealed that more than three-quarters (78 percent) of women surveyed said they strongly believe mammograms are important, but nearly half (46 percent) of the women had not had an annual mammogram.
These findings, released by the Society for Women’s Health Research in October 2014, are based on a
It is no secret that men and women are fundamentally different, yet, historically, most research has assumed that men and women are the same. The average American still does not fully recognize that being biologically male or female impacts the way they develop diseases and the way medical treatments affect
Inflammation contributes to the development of conditions, such as metabolic syndrome and cancer, and diet plays a role in inflammation. Thus, researchers at the University of South Carolina developed a dietary inflammatory index (DII) of 45 foods, nutrients and phytochemicals to help gauge a food’s ability to increase or decrease
Hot flashes, disrupted sleep, vaginal dryness, mood swings, difficulty concentrating, bone loss: These issues are all too common when women’s estrogen levels drop and hormones become imbalanced during the transition to menopause. However, for women who desire natural solutions, there are good alternatives.
Use of conventional combination estrogen and progestin hormone
Cognitive aging—a process that involves physical changes in the brain and its ability to carry out various functions—affects every segment of society, but has received little national attention, according to a report sponsored by multiple agencies and issued by the Institute of Medicine.
The report was based on two years of
A high glycemic index diet—that is, a diet high in refined carbohydrates, such as white bread, white flour, and white rice found in many processed, packaged foods—may lead to increased risk of depression in postmenopausal women, according to a study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (online, June