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  • Alcohol and Type 2 Diabetes
    Medscape reports on an findings from the Cardiovascular Diabetes and Ethanol trial out of Israel. 224 patients with controlled type 2 diabetes were instructed to drink 150ml (equal to a Read more
  • Combination of Risk Factors
    The problem with most studies is that they pull out one intervention, such as sedentary time, and try and control for every other lifestyle factor, and come up with how Read more
  • Vegetables and ER- Breast Cancer
    A European study appearing in the October 13, 2015 edition of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that increased vegetable consumption was associated with a reduced risk for estrogen receptor negative Read more
  • Treatment for Knee Osteoarthritis
    A study presented at the November 2015 American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting in San Francisco by a physical therapy group showed that the most effective treatment for knee osteoarthritis Read more
  • Mulberry Juice Improves Lipid Markers
    A recent Iranian study looked at the effect of 300 ml of daily Persian mulberry juice consumption on lipid markers, inflammation, and blood pressure after 8 weeks. They found that Read more
  • Tree Nuts and Cardiovascular Disease Risk
    A meta-analysis of 61 trials performed by Tufts researchers in Boston found that tree nut intake lowers total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and another cardiovascular disease marker, ApoB. Interestingly, they Read more
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Vitamin D
    Researchers at the University of Sheffield discovered that low levels of vitamin D decreases the quality of life in sufferers of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). They recommend that all people Read more
  • Glaucoma and Diet
    Analysis of data from the Nurses' Health Study published online in the January 14 edition of JAMA found that consuming a diet high in green leafy vegetables resulted in a 21% lower Read more
  • Concord Grape Juice and Cognitive Function
    An interesting study published in the February 10, 2016 edition of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that Concord grape juice improved cognitive function in middle-aged, stressed-out women. This small cross-over Read more
  • Vitamin D
    A study published recently in JAMA Internal Medicine found that giving high monthly doses of vitamin D did not result in fewer falls and may even have resulted in more falls in Read more
  • Healthy Food, Junk Food, and Gut Microbiota
    The gut microbiota consists of all the bacteria, yeasts, and archea found in the intestines, primarily the large intestine. Over the last several years we've begun to see the importance of Read more
  • Spinal Manipulation Recommended for Neck and Lower Back Pain
    The Danish Health Authority published guidelines for non-surgical treatment of patients with recent onset neck pain or cervical radiculopathy (September 2017) and for low back pain or lumbar radiculopathy (January Read more
  • Cranberries
    Cranberries are a hot topic. So much so that in 2015 there was the Cranberry Health Research conference 2015. One of the papers from that conference reviews the role that Read more
  • Strength Training in Elderly Women
    Explosive-type heavy-resistance training in old (60-65 years) and very old (80-89 years) women not living in a nursing home environment for 12 weeks resulted in an increase in muscle strength Read more
  • Fiber Intake and Alcohol
    The negative effects that alcohol have on breast cancer risk appear to modulated by a higher intake of fiber, in particular vegetable fiber. This recent study points out why we Read more
  • Green Leafy Vegetables
    A recent longitudinal study published December 20, 2017 online in Neurology  found that older people who consumed 1-2 servings of green leafy vegetables daily were cognitively 11 years younger than Read more

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