Seventh-day Adventists are encouraged to eat a well-balanced vegetarian diet. They avoid meat but eat legumes, whole grains, nuts, fruits, and vegetables. According to the Seventh-day Adventist website, “we believe God calls us to care for our...
One risk factor that researchers have established, with some debate, is that drinking alcohol increases a woman’s risk for breast cancer. Ideally, no alcohol is best, but what should registered dietitians (RDs) tell patients who are worried about their risk but also find...
A recent scientific advisory statement from the American Heart Association shed new light on a concept that most registered dietitian nutritionists likely talk to patients and the public about daily—dietary diversity, the idea of choosing a variety of foods each day.
In a study of more than 100,000 men and women, researchers assessed the connection between cooking red meat, poultry, and fish at a high temperature, as well as doneness preferences, in relation to hypertension risk.
Obese patients with knee osteoarthritis took part in a randomized trial to determine the best weight-loss maintenance tactics.
A new study investigated the connection between incorporating a plant-based diet into your daily routine and the risk for cardiovascular disease.
How many times a day are you asked about the ketogenic diet? What do you tell your patients? Does the keto diet really work for weight loss? What about for neurological disorders and cancer?
You may want to add a recommendation for liquid amino acids to your vegan and vegetarian clients the next time they ask you for your top protein picks and you stall after recommending hemp.
Intermittent fasting (IF), also known as alternate day fasting (ADF), has been touted as a weight loss method by celebrities and the media. Proponents of IF claim that adherence and flexibility are greater, compared with traditional calorie restricted diets.