Food and Health, Prevention

The food you eat affects every living cell in your body. From providing energy to padding organs, we need food for every part of our bodies. So, if you're looking for good health, try eating from head to toe...
 

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Food and Health

For many years, most healthcare providers and nutrition researchers have been telling Americans that HDL-cholesterol (HDL-C) is “good cholesterol" because it helps protect arteries from developing atherosclerosis and eventually coronary heart disease (CAD). However, more recent scientific evidence is refuting the simplistic conclusion that more HDL-C is always good...
Food and Health

While more research is needed to clarify the relative risk of various components of a typical modern Western diet for promoting excessive calorie intake, insulin resistance, the metabolic syndrome, and NAFLD it is likely that replacing refined sugars high in fructose with whole grains and starchy vegetables and cutting back on foods high in saturated fat and trans fat and refined grains is likely to improve insulin sensitivity and curtail the accumulation of fat in the abdominal area and also in the liver.
Food and Health, Prevention

Did you know that July is Hemochromatosis Screening Awareness Month? We're celebrating with a comprehensive post about the symptoms, complications, testing, and treatment options for hemochromatosis...
Food and Health, Prevention

It's time for a closer look at hemochromatosis! In this post, you can learn about the 3 types of hemochromatosis, along with their symptoms and effects on health. Keep your eyes peeled for a PDF handout too!