Nutrition for Food Allergies
A food allergy is an exaggerated immune response to a particular food or a component of a food, most often a protein. The immune system triggers certain cells to produce immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies that are meant to fight the allergen; it also releases histamines and other chemicals into the bloodstream, […]
You can overcome fatigue
Fatigue is exhaustion, mental or physical, that can be caused by overwork, stress, or illness. Though some fatigue is normal, when the feeling of tiredness never goes away, it’s a sign that something’s wrong.
Fatigue consists of lack of energy, a sensation of weakness, and dulled or slowed reactions. An inability […]
Unhealthy Effects of Fatty Foods Lowered with Antioxidant Spices.
The body’s negative reactions to high-fat meals are reduced by the use of antioxidant spices like turmeric and cinnamon, reports a new study by researchers from Penn State.
Sheila West, associate professor of biobehavioral health at Penn State and lead author of the study, said, “Normally, […]
Soy/Milk Protein Supplements Linked to Lower Blood Pressure
A study just published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association found that both soy protein supplements and milk were linked to lower systolic blood pressure, as opposed to refined carbohydrate dietary supplements.
This is the first controlled clinical trial to show that milk protein lowers […]
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An apple a day can keep the doctor away but it can also lower levels of bad cholesterol and improve levels of good cholesterol while also causing weight […]
Crohn’s Disease Patients Less Able to Absorb Vitamin D, New Study Shows
Vitamin D deficiency is one well-known risk for patients with Crohn’s Disease (CD). A new study by a research team from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) has now demonstrated for the first time that a probable cause is a reduced ability to […]
Child Deaths from Measles and Diarrhea Reduced by Vitamin Supplements
Refuting recent controversies about vitamin A supplement programs for children in developing countries, a new study by researchers at Cochrane finds that vitamin A supplements clearly lower the death toll from childhood measles and diarrhea
Diets deficient in vitamin A are common in many countries […]
A recent study published in November, 2010 found that increasing phytoestrogens, from dietary soy food sources found it decreased the risk of some types of breast cancer. These findings are presented at the Ninth Annual Cancer Prevention Research Conference, held in Nov in Philadelphia.
Anne Weaver, a graduate student at the University at Buffalo and […]
According to a recent study published in the journal Neurology, higher B12 levels may protect against brain shrinkage in the elderly.
David Smith and Anna Vogiatzoglou of the University of Oxford in Britain led this study learning that people in the upper third of vitamin B12 levels were six times less likely to experience brain […]
Researchers from the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine found three out of four Americans had insufficient levels of vitamin D, the so called “sunshine vitamin”. Ironic as it is: spending 10 minutes in the sun with legs and arms exposed can help to battle the deficiency our modern world allows us ever more […]