Tag: food and nutrition

Crazy for Kombucha!

The Folklore. The kombucha craze is on! Cravings for this tangy, gut-healthy brew are rising with the verve of its natural fizz. Kombucha, with its myriad flavors, is not only lining retail shelves on its own, this tea concoction is on trend blended into coffee, cocktails, juices, and even cupcake

Personalized Nutrition

There is evidence that people respond differently to foods or nutrients depending on genetics and other factors, such as the make-up of their gut microbiome. While dietary guidance, such as the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, is designed as a public health tool to impact the health of the population as

21 Calcium Deficiency Symptoms That Will Surprise You

21 Calcium Deficiency Symptoms That Will Surprise You

Calcium, the most abundant mineral in the human body, is best known for its important role in bone health and protection from osteoporosis. However, in addition to its key role in imparting strength to bones and teeth, calcium plays a critical role as a messenger in cell-signaling pathways throughout the

A Mediterranean Pantry Makeover

The feasting of the holidays is gone and thoughts tend toward healthier eating. Set yourself up for success by making over your pantry. Shelves filled with flavorful items and flexible staples can help you prepare delicious, healthy meals more quickly and easily.
“Stock up on non-perishable items that have the fewest ingredients

2. Dietary Patterns

No single food, meal, or even day of eating makes or breaks our path to better nutrition and health. What matters most is what and how much you eat over time. In other words, your overall “dietary pattern.” Your dietary pattern reflects the quantity, proportion, variety of different foods and

2018 EN Topic Index

Month, page number are in parentheses

Beverages

Coffee Creamers, a Review (Dec, 5)
Coffee, Good for You? (Mar, 3)

DAIRY, EGGS, FISH, MEAT

Fishing for Good Health (Jan, 6)]
The Future of Protein (Sept, 6)

DIET AND DISEASE PREVENTION / MANAGEMENT

Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome and Diet (May, 3)
Antioxidants (Mar, 1)
Can Diet

Health Benefits of Shared Meals

There’s a popular book called “The Blue Zones” (National Geographic Society, 2012) that examines the diets of people around the world who live the longest. It’s an excellent dive into the role of food and nutrition for longevity and disease prevention and it provides even more evidence on the importance

From The Editor

It’s estimated that half of all American adults—about 117 million people—suffer from preventable chronic diseases. How can you avoid joining them as you get older? The first lifestyle change you need to make is to increase your level of physical activity. Guidelines call for most adults to get at least

Introduction

This special report on superfoods is brought to you by the editors of Environmental Nutrition (EN), an authoritative, trusted, and practical nutrition newsletter for both consumers and health-care professionals.
In the current age of electronics, we have access to a seemingly infinite supply of information that can help guide us in

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