Top News: #DietsAndHealth

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Cuban-gluten-free-breakfast-300x200New Stanford celiac disease resource offers help with gluten-free diets:

Pediatric gastroenterologist Nasha Khavari, MD, who directs the celiac disease program at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, has developed a set of practical online tools for people who are learning about the disease and adjusting to the diet. It includes: Read more

 

 


UMH_C_FodMap-03Clinical trial demonstrates success of low FODMAP diet:

The results were impressive: More than 50 percent of the patients on the low FODMAP diet had major improvement of their abdominal pain, compared with 20 percent of the control group. There was also more improvement of other bothersome symptoms compared to the control group: bloating, diarrhea and stool urgency: Read more

 


ct-ct-one-simple-thing-eye-health-greens-jpg-20160519A diet to help prevent serious eye illness:

Want a diet that might help your eyes? Think green. Chicago ophthalmologist Dr. Jonathan Rosin recommends a diet rich in green, leafy vegetables, plus adding in two servings of fish a week: Read more

 

 


lead_largeThe Future of Food Is Cheese Curds and Turmeric:

Certain food fads are losing their luster. Searches for gluten-free cupcakes and wheat-free bread are down. There’s also less interest in bacon cupcakes and bacon cinnamon rolls—a sign we might be turning away from outlandishly calorie-laden treats: Read more

 

 


seaweedfarming_custom-8db52a061c03ff0c8769a6554605482d7ac52eb6-s800-c85Seaweed On Your Dinner Plate: The Next Kale Could Be Kelp:

“You know what? Kelp is the new kale,” says Barton Seaver, who directs Harvard’s Healthy and Sustainable Food Program. A former D.C.-area chef, he’s all-in for seaweed and has even published a seaweed cookbook. “Watch out, ’cause it’s coming, and it’ll be everywhere in the next decade,” he says: Read more

 

 

 

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