Archive for the 'Diet-Mediterranean' Category
Researchers at Umea University, in Sweden, determined how eating fish and red blood cell concentrations of mercury and selenium are related to the risk of a heart attack and whether omega-3 fatty acids are protective. (more…)
To start, this 1993 study by Dr. David Eisenberg, who is now the director of Complementary and Integrative Medical Therapies at Harvard University, is considered a landmark in the field of “unconventional medicine.” (more…)
The American Dietetic Association (ADA) would like all Americans to take time during National Nutrition Month to look at their eating patterns and begin to make the small improvements that, over time, add up to significant health benefits.
“Splash some color on your plate!” (more…)
He lists aspects of diet and exercise that are most and less effective in controlling cholesterol. (more…)