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Less sodium,less pressure

...pressure (the lower number). Dr. Eva Obarzanek, a nutritionist with NHLBI and project officer for the DASH-Sodium study, agrees that the current recommendation of 2400 mg per day may need to be lowered. In order to lower sodium intake, Dr. Obarzanek recommends that people cut down on processed foods, and to use ...

Food allergy rise attributed to Celebrities

...[seeking] professional advice”, said Jill Scott, a nutritionist and registered dietitian, as a concluding statement. br>...

Demand For Diet Drugs On The Rise

...us gastrointestinal distress. But many doctors and nutritionist have been telling the public that there are altern...r initial advertisements. Christopher Gardner, a nutritionist and assistant professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, says that it is very difficult to...

Another advantage of breastfeeding kids: lower chances of respiratory illnesses

...ed. This study would help reinforce doctors and nutritionist advice that mother’s milk is best for the child. ...

Infant’s Formula for good health- Breast-feed, beneficial than formula-fee

...d obesity. Dr Pauline Emmett, the study's senior nutritionist and a dietitian, said "It could be because parents feeding formula milk make sure that the baby finishes the bottle and do not necessarily reduce the quantity offered once the baby is put on to solid food. While there are obvious benefits in avoiding...

Kellogg’s Additions to Wholesome Snack

... high nutritive value. According to Cheryl Dolven, nutritionist for Kellogg Snacks. "With new Munch'ems consumers can enjoy a great tasting nutritious snack anywhere, anytime. We think this will change the way people think about granola and snacking." Kellogg said its new Special K Snack Bites have been targete...

Tomatoes Have Stroke and Heart Attack Prevention Properties

...dvice,’ said Tony Leeds, a hospital consultant and nutritionist at King's College, London. ‘ ... there are a lot of people who are at risk but don't know it. If something as simple as a drink can help prevent a clot, then it is a good idea. You could, of course, get the same effect from eating tomatoes regularl...

Packed Lunch For Children Could Be Unhealthy

..., packed lunches are worse," said Helen Crawley, a nutritionist and senior lecturer at Kingston University in south west London, according to the online edition of the Daily Mail. Schools should monitor the content of lunch boxes or ban them altogether, she said. Parents were packing them with crisps and chocola...

South African Died By A HIV Shunned Drug

...arlic, olive oil, lemon and herbs recommended by a nutritionist to her by the health minister against HIV virus. Ms Bhengu's family defended her right to shun anti-retrovirals and accused the...

No Benefit From Vitamin D Or Calcium In Breast Cancer

...oup. But Dr. Walter Willett, an epidemiologist and nutritionist at Harvard said that the study was flawed since all of the women were allowed to continue using calcium and vitamin D supplements routinely. The study findings were presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology....

Women Doubtful of Food Research Benefiting Them

...they want to listen to it" is also important, said nutritionist Susan Berkow. "How do we send them to appropriate information like government Web sites instead of Glamour magazine or the New York Times?" Now in its 66th year, IFT Annual Meeting + FOOD EXPO? is the world's single largest annual scientific meet...

Kids To Junk Unhealthy Food, Take Up Fitness

... the better it is for them to adapt. Food Watch nutritionist Catherine Saxelby said it was tempting for parents who lacked time, to give their children pre-packed foods. Besides it was also a tatic adopted by the parents to buy their children’s love. ...

Obesity on the high

... popular belief," explained Mike Adams, a holistic nutritionist and author of the Honest Food Guide, "most overweight people are simultaneously malnourished. They've been made fat by consuming empty calories that lack any real nutrition." According to Popkin, nations that had previously enjoyed a relatively hea...

Center for Celiac Disease Opens

...diet,” said Jennifer Autodore, R.D., LDN, clinical nutritionist at Children’s Hospital. “That is why at Children’s Hospital’s Center for Celiac Disease we offer care from highly trained specialists, in addition to family education sessions and support groups where information about the latest gluten-free restaura...

Madhya Pradesh Tops in Implementing Child Health Scheme

...onist, you shouldn't regularly exceed the RDA, the nutritionist warned. There are some people, however, for whom supplements are recommended. For example, women who have heavy periods can benefit from iron supplements, Clarke said, answering a selection of readers' questions in Good Health section of the online...

Balanced Diet is Better than Vitamin Pills

...onist, you shouldn't regularly exceed the RDA, the nutritionist warned. There are some people, however, for whom supplements are recommended. For example, women who have heavy periods can benefit from iron supplements, Clarke said, answering a selection of readers' questions in Good Health section of the online...

Kids' Food: Saltier than the Deep Blue Sea

...ng the same amount of salt as adults. Jo Butten, nutritionist for Consensus Action on Salt and Health, said: "This demonstrates for the first time just how much we stand to gain from keeping children's salt intakes down. "If we did not habituate our children to salty foods and snacks, some of which currently c...

Iron Deficiency can Cause Dark Circle Under Eyes

... caused by iron deficiency, says Britain's leading nutritionist Jane Clarke//. Anaemia is a sign that not enough oxygen is getting to the body tissues. There are several types of anaemia, but iron deficiency is the most common. This can be treated easily in many cases by eating right food, the online edition ...

TV nutritionist Banned from Sale of Sex Aids

American TV nutritionist Gillian McKeith has been reprimanded by the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory authority (MHRA) for the sale// of herbal sex aids without a license. The authority said there was a lack of evidence to show that they work. Gillian McKeith, the star ...

Adolescent Girls More Likely to Gain Weight: Study

...s," said study co-author Eva Obarzanek, a research nutritionist at the US National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institut...ers, for schools, for parents," said Arlene Spark, nutritionist at Hunter College, in New York City. "The success rate for treatment is practically zero. The only...

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