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Shopper’s Guide: “Instant Grains”

Grains can be confusing—we hear “eat more whole grains” and then “cut out grains.” But what should we actually be doing? Grains are loaded with nutrients including B vitamins and carbohydrates, your body’s main source of energy. In addition, whole grains such as oats and brown rice are good sources

7 Reasons to Try the Mediterranean Dietary Pattern

How would you like to spend some time at a café in Ibiza or lose yourself on a Greek island? To get to know Nice, visit Naples, or explore Morocco? While waiting for these dream vacations, you can start out by adopting the way people eat in that part of

Ask Dr. Etingin: Diverticulitis; Swollen Ankles; Bunion Surgery

Q: Can diverticulosis cause any serious complications?

A: Diverticulosis develops in weak areas along the walls of the colon; it is characterized by tiny sacs—diverticula—that bulge through these weak spots. Low-fiber diets, physical inactivity, and obesity are associated with diverticulosis. Symptoms of diverticulosis include constipation, bloating, and mild cramps.

Two major complications

3. Key Components of Healthy Dietary Patterns

The Healthy U.S.-Style Eating Pattern. The Healthy Mediterranean-Style Eating Pattern. The Healthy Vegetarian Eating Pattern. The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet.
These dietary plans might have different names, but they share many common traits—namely, they emphasize consumption of a variety of foods from plants, lean protein sources (from plants

Who Should and Shouldn’t Be Eating Gluten-Free Foods

Gluten, a protein found in whole grains, causes a reaction in people with celiac disease, gluten ataxia (an autoimmune disorder), and non-celiac gluten intolerance. Today, it is understood that refraining from eating gluten can help people suffering from these diseases digest food normally.

As a result of this knowledge, the gluten-free

How to Lower Triglycerides with 3 Proven Nutrients

How to Lower Triglycerides with 3 Proven Nutrients

If you’ve discovered that you have high triglycerides, it’s important to learn how to lower your levels. How to lower triglycerides? A number of ways are available, but you almost always should begin by using three of the most-researched natural therapies: omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and niacin, each of which

Start Your Day with a Healthy Ready-to-Eat Cereal

Nearly 287 million people in the U.S. have eaten ready-to-eat cereals this year, according to consumer research company Simmons and U.S. Census data. But, with all the sugary varieties available today, it can be a challenge to find a cold cereal that is both healthy and flavorful. Here are some

3. Shape Up your Plate

No matter what your current eating habits are, and no matter what health issues you may have, even small steps that move you toward a more nutritious diet can have a positive impact on your health now and in the years to come.
Decades of research have determined that the

Best Way to Lose Weight? 5 Small Steps Add Up to Big Results

Best Way to Lose Weight? 5 Small Steps Add Up to Big Results

If you’re overweight or obese, you probably don’t need to hear it, but weight loss is your key to better health. Carrying extra weight increases your risk of heart problems, diabetes, and joint pain and damage, and it has been linked with a higher incidence of breast cancer. So, what’s

8 Ways to Curb Your Sweet Tooth

8 Ways to Curb Your Sweet Tooth

Most of us crave sugar occasionally (or, perhaps, often), especially during the holidays or at parties with well-stocked dessert tables. Sugar is delicious, plain and simple—not to mention that when it comes from natural sources, it fuels our bodies with much-needed energy. But if you have a nagging sweet tooth

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