Counting carbohydrate grams or servings at each meal can help you to control your blood glucose level throughout the day. The balance between the amount of carbohydrate you eat and the insulin within your body determines what your blood glucose... | Read More
Approximately 14% of people in the United States have some stage of kidney disease.
Carbohydrate counting can also help you to plan healthier and more balanced meals that contain a mix of carbohydrate, protein, and healthy fats with each meal and snack. Generally, meals and snacks that are lower in carbohydrates, will result in... | Read More
Although research supports various health benefits from eating fish several times each week, the latest findings on omega-3 fish oil supplements are mixed. Should RDs be recommending fish oil supplements? And if so, who might benefit and how... | Read More
Polycystic ovary syndrome is a common endocrine disorder, which affects between 6% to 20% of reproductive-age women worldwide. Women with PCOS are at increased risk for diabetes and cardiovascular disease as they age.
Supporting the body with a balanced diet, vitamins, and nutraceutical and herbal supplements can help most people better adapt to stressors and minimize the effects of stress on health
Constipation may have many causes, but generally, there are three main types of primary or idiopathic constipation.
It is important to assess physical activity, and in patients who are not meeting the minimum weekly goal, include a specific recommendation as part of a patient’s nutrition plan or prescription.
Researchers recently launched the idea the the interstitium, once believed to be dense collagen, are actually fluid-filled tunnels within the collagen and found in connective tissue.
No doubt by now, you have read about the Impossible Burger, a plant based GMO brainchild. This sandwich is vegan and made in a lab to mimic the meatiness and blood one gets from the real deal.
Protein is needed for your body to work properly, to build and repair muscles, and to help keep you full until your next meal. While most people get adequate protein in their diet, much of it often comes at dinnertime.