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Nutrition Index


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  1. Nutritional Ways to Beat Cystitis By Stewart Hare
    Cystitis is an infection or inflammation of the bladder; it tends to be more common in women than men. A half of women will suffer from cystitis at sometime during their life. Women tend to be more affected by cystitis because the urethra in women is much shorter than in men this makes it easy for infection to pass along the urinary tract. Infections are usually triggered by bacteria.Symptoms of cystitis are an urgency to urinated, a stinging, discomfort or burning whilst urinating, urinating …


  2. Nutrition and Exercise Tips to Walk Away From Death By Marty Gallagher
    Recently yet another super-heavyweight Iron Immortal died from a heart attack at age forty-five or thereabouts. Typically, when I read of these tragedies I search my memory banks and then write some sort of tribute. Rather than eulogize yet another fallen warrior, for whom it’s too late, and at the risk of sounding presumptuous, I thought a slightly different approach might be appropriate and perhaps even helpful in preventing a future tragedy. It is my contention that a shockingly large perce…


  3. Cholesterol Does Not Cause Heart Disease By Andreas Moritz
    Cholesterol is an essential building block of every cell in the body, required for all metabolic processes. It is particularly important in the production of nerve tissue, bile and certain hormones. On average, our body produces about half of a gram to one gram of cholesterol per day, depending on how much of it the body needs at the time. By and large, our body is able to produce 400 times more cholesterol per day than what we would obtain from eating 3,5 ounces (100 grams) of butter. The mai…


  4. Soytastic – The Health Benefits of Soy By Ross Bridgeford
    It is often taken as a given fact that soy is beneficial to our health, and that it is certainly a healthier alternative to dairy products and meat. However, it is rare that anyone actually either asks or informs us of what soy is or why we should consume it. Soy – Where does it come from?The origins of soy can be traced back to Japan from as early as 2800 B.C. Since then, it has been a prominent feature of the Asian diet and has been linked to the lower frequency of cancer in those native to …


  5. WHOOPS -- There Goes My Energy! (Are You Wasting Your BIGGEST Asset?) By Heather Dominick
    Have you ever accidentally eaten a mini piece of candy for breakfast? Perhaps your one piece of chocolate for after lunch multiplied by 10 (again) or your promise of no dessert was swept away when the waiter cleared the dishes. Remember that little pang in your stomach you felt when you realized that entire box of cookies was gone?OK, now imagine feeling a little spacey, shaky and hungry when you just ate an hour earlier. Did that pang just get a bit more intense? (Ouch!)When several Nutriti…


  6. Fluoride Debate Continues By Alfred Jones
    The debate regarding Fluoride continues to rage, is it good for your teeth or, the teeth of our children. There does not appear to be a survey available, without bias, that goes one way or the other.We could say that Fluoridisation of the water supply is an expensive exercise, because it is only intended for drinking, but is actually being used for washing clothes, cars, used in showers and baths, also for watering the gardens and lawns. Obviously a more cost effective option, would be to supp…


  7. Small Changes Yield Big Benefits By Emily Sigers
    You can start today - right now, even - on a road to feeling better, looking better, living longer and enjoying a far better quality of life.We're all familiar with the big steps:If you smoke, do yourself and those who love you a huge favor - STOP. It'll be the best, though possibly the hardest, gift you ever give them.Nix unhealthy vices such as drinking, speeding, taking your health and safety for granted, etc.However many fruits and vegetables you consume, double that!Those are the "Big One…


  8. Combat High Blood Pressure and Cholesterol with Soybeans By Nicholas Webb
    You may have heard of the “Portfolio Diet” wherein it has been clinically accepted that increasing the intake of soy based foods can reduce levels of LDL cholesterol as much as some statin drugs.Well, now it seems that soybeans have another health-giving quality: they also reduce blood pressure.This latest finding is making quite a bit of noise in medical circles and not without reason. Can you imagine how hard the two largest drug markets (cholesterol and blood pressure) would be hit if the A…


  9. The Best Way to Consume Vitamin C By Novi N White
    Eating orange mean absorbing vitamin C to our body, is that right? Probably yes because orange is rich with this nutrient. Vitamin C is a very essential nutrient for human body because its play a great role as a powerful antioxidant.Thus, it will prevent you from free radicals that can damage organs, tissues, and cells in the body. The antioxidant is also used to prevent and treat the common cold and flu syndromes. In a word, vitamin C is fundamental in preserving healthy immune system. .Anoth…


  10. Do You Eat Breakfast? By Cheryl Haining
    It is not a myth. Eating breakfast is an important part of attaining and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The morning meal enables your body to refuel itself after enduring a nightlong fast or 10 hours or more. It assists in re-energising your body’s metabolism and providing sufficient amounts of energy and nutrients for you to survive the earliest part of the day. Remember breakfast is the first opportunity for you to replenish your body’s exhausted energy reserves. Whatever you do don’t wast…


  11. Healthy Nutrition for Children By John Gibb
    When growing up, it’s important to have healthy nutrition for children. Since their bodies are in a state of constant growth, a lack of vitamins and minerals can result in poor growth processes and problems later in life. It is important for your child to eat a variety of healthy foods, balance the food they eat with regular physical activity, and choose a diet with the right nutrients.For instance, a child’s growing body requires high levels of calcium and iron, sometimes even more than adult…


  12. Facts About Virgin Coconut Oil By Ida Sagita
    Coconut oil is less known compare to olive oil, corn oil, canola oil or any other vegetable oil. It is sad to hear that many terrified titles such as "fat contributor" or "cholesterol raiser" has been sticking on it for years. Do you want to know the facts?Before you go further, it is important to differentiate between coconut oil we are talking about and "frying oil" that crowds the market and mistakenly has been accepted as coconut oil. The frying oil is made from copra, that is coconut fles…


  13. Allergy Approaches through Nutrition By Heather Dominick
    Spring in New York City is a really magical time. Flowers and tree buds bring so much beauty to our coveted parks. I was walking through the park this past week and was really loving the site of all those bright, yellow daffodils! However, I also noticed more than one person sneezing in less than a matter of minutes!If you happen to be an allergy sufferer, before you run right out and purchase the latest over-the-counter-stop-the-sneezing-pill. Try some of these natural nutrition and lifesty…


  14. Eating Instinctively By Laura Ciocan
    I start from the premise that eating instinctively means eating healthily. I strongly believe that the body can transmit to the brain accurate information about its nutritional necessities: a moderate amount of food, and only foods that are beneficial for health.Most of these natural eating instincts, alas, are lost on the way. Usually, during the growing process, adults project their unhealthy habits on children, offering them a range of foods that are not always the best choices. As adults, …


  15. What's So Great About Coral Calcium? By David Saunders
    Calcium is an essential mineral and is required for human life. However talk about the benefits of coral calcium can be confusing and may make it difficult to put into context how we can benefit from appropriate levels of calcium in the diet, be it from food or from supplemental sources.Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body, and has several important functions. More than 99% of total body calcium is stored in the bones and teeth providing the necessary support to their structu…


  16. Unhealthy Foods: How To Become Disgusted By Junk Foods That Make You Fat By Ian Mason
    With today’s time constraints, stressful jobs, and “thin is in” mentality, the bottom line is that many people become overweight simply because they have no time to exercise. By the way, you already knew that. I need to tell you something about improving your diet overall… but first you must know something about diet pills:What's Wrong With Diet Pills?Appetite suppressants such as Phentermine 37.5 are only a temporary solution. At Shoppe.MD online pharmacy, we do not promote continual and unne…


  17. What's Up With My Triglycerides? By Greg Post
    Perhaps it is because I am getting older that I think cartoons are not what they used to be. I have five young children, all boys. Like any concerned parent I govern what they watch. I have found that some of the most detrimental shows on television are actually the cartoons because of the values, or lack of them, that they teach.Fortunately some of the classics are still around. My favorite has always been that wascally wabbit Bugs Bunny and his trademark expression, “What’s up, Doc?” Unfortu…


  18. Things You Should Know about Vitamin K’s Unique Power By Novi N White
    How well do you know about vitamin K? This vitamin is probably not as popular as other vitamins. But still you need this vitamin for your health. So, never underestimate vitamin K! Without vitamin K you will be in miserable. In fact, vitamin K is one of the most extraordinary anti-aging vitamins ever discovered. A research shows that vitamin K has unique powers, not only to help blood coagulate or to make you look younger, but also has so many other benefits.Let see what vitamin K benefit are!…


  19. Nuts To You... Just One Way to a Healthy Heart By John Rumberger, PhD, MD
    Nuts are readily available and provide a highly nutritious food. In addition to protein, carbohydrate, and fat, nuts contain many other important nutrients: fiber, vitamin E, folic acid, potassium, and magnesium. Although on some food charts you may see nuts listed in the same food category as diary products, eggs, and red meat because of the fat content, new information calls into question this designation.While nuts do contain a high proportion of fat, tree nuts such as almonds, walnuts, p…


  20. Green Tea and Cholesterol Facts By Lorraine Bevere
    A green and lush oasis in the middle of a scorching dessert. A cool breeze on a hot summer night. A bright light in the end of a cold and dark tunnel. Green tea and cholesterol.For the millions and millions of people suffering from high cholesterol green tea may be that light. You can browse and search the Internet for topics on green tea and cholesterol and would come up with hundred of hits.Cholesterol, triglycerides, the protein apoB in LDLs, are words dreaded by humans of the modern age. T…


  21. Just How Dangerous Are Splenda and Artificial Sweeteners - Which Side is Spinning? By Richard Keir
    There seems to be fairly poor tracking by any formal standards once a product is approved as a food additive. Despite supposedly tracking adverse reactions, the reality has been different at the FDA. Aspartame is a case in point. Apparent collusion, distorted research reports, lack of funding for independent research, questionable practices in tracking adverse reactions and reporting them. It's a pretty ugly sounding story. It's been said that Aspartame is a contract on humanity. Here's on…


  22. What on Earth are Enzymes? By Dianne Ronnow
    Enzymes are the workers in our body that make everything function, by enabling chemical reactions. All living cells contain enzymes. They are hard to visualize, since they are not something tangible, but our lives depend on them.There are many kinds of enzymes, and they do everything from helping us breath to our start of life at conception. Eighty percent of our DNA code relates to enzymes. But the kind of enzymes discussed here relate to our digestion and the food we eat.In the process of …


  23. Creating Your Target of Health By Dr. Jamie Fettig
    Creating Your Target is easy.What I use to help create these targets is what I call SMARTS targets SMARTS stands for:Simple, Sensory, and Specific Measurable and Meaningful As If Now Realistic Time Framed Smiley FactorSome more about what these all mean:“S”: Simple is exactly that. Simple. Do not make it too complicated, or long and drawn out. Most people should be able to understand what it is. If it is a goal around some specific field, most of your colleagues should be able to understand …


  24. How to Beat Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycaemia) Naturally By Stewart Hare
    Low blood sugar (glucose), also known by its medical name of Hypoglycaemia can sometimes in it’s self be dangerous but it can also indicates an other serious medical condition such as liver or pancreas problems. Typically though, when someone is refer to as “Hypoglycaemic,” it means they are suffering from a collection of symptoms that occur after eating when the body overreacts to the rise in blood sugar, this overreaction causes the blood sugar levels to quickly fall, this process is typical…


  25. Shake It Off: Salty Foods To Skip By Carolina Diaz-Bordon
    Look out! You are being followed. In the mornings, when you're minding your own business, eating your Puffy Pops cereal, it's there. Somewhere lurking in the offerings of that all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet, it lingers. When you're sipping on your favorite sports drink, it lies in wait. As you reach for a handful of buttered popcorn, a soft pretzel and a large soda, you guessed it -- it's there.No matter where you turn, day or night, rain or shine, it can worm its way into your life and leave …






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