Even a Little More Exercise Might Help Your Brain Stay Young
Alzheimer’s and dementia are not an inevitable part of normal aging, and a little exercise might help keep them at bay, a new study suggests. Read the article on HealthDay News: Even Link to this article
Cool Sculpting–Can They Really Freeze the Fat Off?
CoolSculpting works by freezing areas of fat without damaging surrounding tissues. No surgery is required, but the cost is significant. This article from Medical News Today discusses the What are the risks of CoolSculpting?
Daylight Savings and Our Internal Clocks
Every cell in our bodies has a well-tuned timing mechanism. So, when we “fall back” or “spring forward,” it takes us time to adjust. We have tips that can help. Read the article on NPR
SNAP-Ed Connection
“SNAP-Ed teaches people to shop for and cook healthy meals. SNAP-Ed can help people learn how to make their SNAP dollars stretch. SNAP-Ed works with partners to make the healthy Visit External
Chemicals in Food May Harm Children, Pediatricians’ Group Says
  Food and food packaging manufacturers have always argued the point that there isn’t any proof that substances in their products are harmful.  Pediatricians don’t agree. Read more
Insulin’s High Cost Leads To Lethal Rationing
NPR published the story of Alec Smith who was 23 when he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and only 26 when he died. His death exemplifies the injustice of our healthcare system where Read more
Harnessing Exercise Games To Help Kids (and Parents!) Lose Weight
  Obese kids may be able to drop weight with the help of an unlikely aid: video games. Special exercise video games helped overweight children drop pounds – and improve their Read more
Muscle Cramps: What Causes Them and What Stops Them
If you are among the many people plagued by muscle cramps or “charlie horses” as they are called, you should find this article from Markham Heid interesting. It was published in Read more
Your Gut Bacteria Might Be Making Your Weight Loss Efforts More Difficult
  There’s some fascinating new research coming out in the area of microbiota-the mysterious bacterial population in our gut that seems to be functioning as an additional organ Read more
Experts are Undecided on Artificial Sweeteners, Potential Harmful Effects Still Under Debate
We Know They Don’t Help, but They Might Cause Harm While experts haven’t found strongly conclusive evidence that artificial sweeteners are hurting us, there are a few bothersome Read more
Food Labels: What They Tell You, How to Read Them
Looking at a food label for the first time such an overwhelming experience, even if you know something about nutrition. Grams, percent of daily value… it’s enough to make anyone Read more
Your Circadian Rhythm Might Be Thrown Off By the Time of Day You Eat
This topic is inspired by an excellent article by Anahad O’Connor, published in the New York Times, July 24th 2018 Summary More research is coming out with the surprising finding that Read more
Controlling Type 2 Diabetes Early Reduces the Risk of Complications Later In Life by 20%
An article by Benedict Jephcote was published in Diabetes.co.UK discussing early control of Type 2 Diabetes. Summary of Findings A thirteen year study by the Diabetes Care Journal  shows Read more
Drink Enough Water? Even 1% Dehydration Could Be Slowing Your Mental Processes
Athletes have always stressed the importance of proper hydration for optimal physical performance.  Now there’s new evidence emerging that shows that a little dehydration can cause Read more
This Study Says Coffee Drinkers Live Longer, But Is There More to It?
  People who drink coffee live longer The latest in the dizzying back-and-forth debates about coffee is offered in an article by F. Perry Wilson MD, July 02, 2018 published in Read more
Eat Less-Automatically?
We came across this article by researcher, Brian Wansink, PhD who is writer of Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think published on his website at SlimbyDesign.com. His article Read more
What to Expect in a TeleNutrition Visit
Telehealth allows you to connect over a secure internet site with a licensed nutrition professional from the convenience of your home. Medical nutrition therapy is regulated on the state Read more
How to Plan Meals for Gestational Diabetes
When you are diagnosed with “Gestational Diabetes” and your doctor just tells you to eat healthy and cut back on carbs and sugar, that can leave you with lots of questions and a Read more
FODMAP Videos
The University of Michigan has produced these excellent videos to educate IBS suferers on the FODMAPS Diet.  Share NutriScape.NET  on social media to reveal the shortcut to some of the Read more
About Gut Bacteria and Irritable Bowl Syndrome
  Many recent findings add to a growing body of evidence to suggest that IBS may result, at least in part, from a dysfunctional interaction between our gut flora and ourselves.” Read more
Soy Helps Improve Metabolic Status in PCOS
Our research found that women who have PCOS may benefit from incorporating soy isoflavones in their diets,” Asemi said. “In the first study to examine the connection, we found Read more
Coverage of Weight Management Counseling in HealthCare Law
Private Health Plans Must Cover Preventive Services at 100% If you have found that dieting doesn’t work, you are not alone. Dietitians can offer real help with your weight loss Read more