Posts Tagged ‘Nutriton Newsletter’

October 2018 Nutrition Newsletter

There is research on both sides of the color additive safety debate, with some research showing that even people who consume a high number of foods with color additives are not at risk of any adverse health effects. Other research points to the possibility that color additives may be carcinogenic or could cause hypersensitivity reactions…

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August 2018 Nutrition Newsletter

In the past decade, pizza or Chinese food was about the only things you could order for home delivery. But now with Ubereats, Grubhub and Doordash, you can have virtually any cuisine delivered to your door. In a recent Morgan Stanley survey, 43% of delivery patrons said meals ordered in were replacing those that would…

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July 2018 Nutrition Newsletter

New research suggests that fat cells can be altered by the fatty acid palmitic acid (found in palm oil, dairy products, and meat) and tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha), a hormone associated with inflammation. Cells that have not fully matured are known as “precursor” cells. These cells have the potential to become muscle, fat, or…

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Nutrition News- June 2018

Omega-3 fatty acids are a group of polyunsaturated fatty acids that play a variety of important roles in health. EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) are two of the most important omega-3 fatty acids, and they are commonly found together in seafood and in fish oil supplements. While DHA and EPA most often function…

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Nutrition News- May 2018

I’m especially excited for this issue of the newsletter because it’s chock-full of resources to help make it easier to try a plant-based diet. Don’t miss the research story for the microbiome, which emphasizes a plant-based diet for good health. This issue also features great news about local foods and farmers’ markets just in time…

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Nutrition News-March 2018

A new analysis of scientific evidence from lead author Dr. Andrew Freeman evaluated medical evidence associated with healthy eating habits and current popular diet fads in the US. This months newsletter discusses two of the most popular fads and why you may want to think twice before trying them…

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Nutrition News- February 2018

Most people know that consuming less sodium helps lower blood pressure, but the important role of potassium is often overlooked. Potassium relaxes the blood vessels so that blood flows through them more easily, with less pressure. Also, the more potassium you consume, the more sodium your body will excrete in urine. A review of the…

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Nutrition News- January 2018

The holidays are full of parties and events that can make it hard to stick to a healthful eating pattern. Here are some tips to help make that easier! • Plan Ahead: Eat an apple, pear or other light snack before parties and festivities to curb hunger. • When You Contribute Food, Be Thoughtful: Bring…

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