Food Trends

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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Exercise

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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SEE ALSO: Exercise: The Post-Workout Meal

Supplements

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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SEE ALSO: Supplements and Herbs: Should I Take Them When I Am on Dialysis?

Food Trends

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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SEE ALSO: I’ll Take Mine . . . Burnt

Food Trends

Mocktails

Trending fiercely are fancy nonalcoholic drinks that are hydrating, refreshing and indulgent, sans the buzz

Branded Resources

National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators

The Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE®) is an essential part of a comprehensive diabetes care team. Learn more about dietitians who are earning their CDE and what they are... | Read More

Food Trends

Weedbrew

You are likely going to have to wait until the summer of 2019 to hear how cannabis infused beer is received, as the blueprints for Molson’s plans to release this new product... | Read More

Diets

Dietary Diversity: How Did the Message Get Lost in Translation?

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... | Read More

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