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Interstitium – a Newly Discovered Organ?

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.

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Nutrition Prescriptions Should Also Include Exercise Recommendati...

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.

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How Diet, Supplements, and Adaptogenic Herbs Can Help You De-Stre...

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

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Moo-ve Over Meat

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. 

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Alcohol and Breast Cancer: What to Tell Your Patients

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... | Read More

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Pandan leaves are bright green leaves that are long and slender and famous in Southeast Asia for their fragrant, floral, sweet aroma and flavor. 


FREE Webinar! Advances in Mitochondrial Research for Nutrition Professionals

Learn the fascinating, cutting-edge research on how mitochondrial health affects risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer's and more, and how diet and... | Read More


Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplements: Beneficial, Harmful or Waste of Money?

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... | Read More