Articles relating to 'diet'

Gluten-free bad for your health?

Gluten-free bad for your health?Today, it’s difficult not to notice all of the gluten-free products available in health food and grocery stores. There’s been a number of books, magazine articles and news segments, too – all of which have characterized gluten as a dietary villain.

Yet, there is no evidence to support gluten-free diets for anyone other than those who are most … Read More

The food you need now to protect your memory

brain, dietBarbecuing is a great way to maintain flavor and enjoy delicious meats such as chicken, pork or steak. It’s important to get in your protein for overall health, but don’t just stick to the the barbecue staples and try grilling up some fish.

Another reason I’d recommend fish as a healthy alternative to grilling up a steak or … Read More

Popular diet drinks setting you up for heart disease?

diet, healthFirst thing in the morning, my brother-in-law has to have his diet soda. Roll out of bed, head to fridge and guzzle. I’ve been advised, when visiting their house, not to try to engage him in conversation before he has finished at least half his 20-ounce bottle. It’s true. He’s a friendly, down-to-earth guy with a smart sense … Read More

You’ll never guess which meat is best for your heart…

blood pressure, dietWhile you might not indulge in a high-quality cut of meat too often because of the cost, there is some new evidence showing that juicy steak could be great for you blood pressure. With summer in full swing, this is a perfect idea for your grill with the added benefit of good health!

The study, published in the … Read More

These common foods are killing your sense of smell?

diet, smellCould filling yourself with high-fat foods lead you to lose your sense of smell?

Well, neuroscientists seem to think so. They are finding out how exactly your diet impacts your nose!

One more reason to eat healthy.

In a study by Florida State University (FSU), funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and published in the Journal Read More

This everyday food helps fight the war on cancer

colon cancer, dietDid you know that a diet high in dairy might just increase colon cancer survival?

New research by the American Cancer Society, recently published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, reveals that a diet rich in dairy products may slightly prolong the lives of people diagnosed with colon cancer.

Researchers collected data on roughly 2,300 people diagnosed … Read More

Alert: 12 contaminated foods you need to know about

CONTAMINATED, DIET, FOOD, FRUITS AND VEGETABLESSummer is the perfect time to switch to sandals, unwind on a deck and indulge in those cooling, tasty treats. But did you know that it’s also the right time to think seriously about what you eat and drink?

That’s because the latest data by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture … Read More

What you need to eat now to reduce your risk of stroke

DIET, STROKE, Man cannot live on bread alone. Although there is something about bread fresh from the oven that I find hard to resist.

More to the point, do you eat plenty of fish, chicken or eggs? How about soy, nuts and seeds? Well protein-rich foods such as these may be linked to an even lower risk of stroke.

That’s … Read More

Why organic food really is better (and not as expensive as you think)

organic, dietSome great news for the organic food shopper on a budget! (And those of us who’d like to buy organic, but are turned off by the price.)

Recently, big box retail giant Walmart lowered the price of organic food nationwide with its new in-house line of organic products, such as the kitchen cupboard staples, olive oil and black … Read More

New research turns conventional diet plan for diabetics on its ear

diet, diabetesHave you heard that you should eat several small meals a day to maintain stable blood sugar and lose weight? That notion has made the rounds, and likely endorsed your daily snacking routine (and those handy 100-calorie packets!).

But new research is suggesting this could be bad advice, particularly for diabetics.

Two large meals each day may be … Read More

Shaken: Bring Salt Back To Your Dinner Table

DIET, CARDIOVASCULARThe next time you crave some salt on your potatoes (or those fresh garden tomatoes), live a little! Grab that salt shaker for a quick sprinkling.

Recommended levels of sodium are now considered lower than what’s necessary, and the lower amounts are even linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

Sodium Guidelines Too Restrictive

New research, published … Read More

How These Daily Habits May Be Killing You

Man watching televisionDr. Victor Marchione shares his views on habits and long-term gains

What if I told you that watching TV for two hours takes 30 minutes off your life? We’d all be digging an early grave.

A British study looked at how common daily habits can have an impact on your health and longevity, like alcohol consumption, exercise and … Read More

Eat Less To Prolong Your Life

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Dr. Victor Marchione shares his views on controversial new food theory

Here you are, trying … Read More

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