Prevention

Last month we discussed the challenge of helping overweight clients lose and then keep off excess body fat stores and how data from the National Weight Control Registry and similar data from other countries can provide some insights. Of course, knowing what the relatively small percent of people did...
 

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Cooking

As we wind down for 2019, it is often fun to contemplate where we have been and where we are going on our food and nutrition journey. The research, as we have seen over numerous years of Dietary Guideline reviews, has corroborated a whole-food, plant-based, minimally processed diet that is low in added sugar, salt, ... 2020 Predictions and Trends for Food and Nutrition
Food and Health, Prevention

There is certainly something to the idea of personalized nutrition.
Food and Health, Prevention

A new study by researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Health finds that the bacteria in our guts and how it interacts with metabolic organs such as fat tissue and immune cells, may impact the risk of obesity in children.
Food and Health, Prevention

Did you know that food is the number one cause of poor health in America today? American Cardiologist, Dr. Mozaffarian, has a few stats that he compiled in Tufts Now that will make your hair stand on end! Did you know that the US spends over $3 trillion per...