Tag: low glycemic diet

The Food-Vision Connection

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of severe vision loss in Americans over age 65. As AMD progresses, it permanently damages the portion of the eye’s light-sensing retina (the macula) that provides sharp central vision.
Epidemiological studies from Tufts scientists and others have observed links between a healthy diet

2. Food Chemistry and Cardiovascular Disease

In the 4th century BCE, Greek physician Hippocrates transformed medicine with his holistic understanding of health and disease. Whereas previous generations of healers attributed illness to demons and cures to magic, Hippocrates based treatments on experimentation and rational evaluation of evidence, however limited on both counts. He saw the human

How Good Is Glycemic Index as a Marker of a Heart-Healthy Diet?

Does the glycemic index of the foods you eat matter? That’s the question raised by a headline-making new study sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, the OmniCarb study, which calls into question the notion of “good carbs” versus “bad carbs.” Some previous research—along with popular diet plans—suggested that it’s

Q&A: Anemia; Glycemic-Index; Aspirin Therapy

Q. What are the symptoms and causes of anemia, and what should I do if I suspect I have the condition?
A. Symptoms of anemia include fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness, rapid or irregular heartbeat, headache, cold hands or feet, pale skin, and chest pain. Anemia can result from several causes:

Fiber-Rich, Nutrition-Packed Lentils

The folklore. Lentils have a long-time reputation as “the poor man’s meat,” and a history of more than 8,500 years of cultivation along with Biblical and historical references. They were even prescribed by Hippocrates (ca 460-370 BC) for the treatment of liver ailments in Ancient Greece. Today, it’s at least

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