High magnesium intake helps reduce type 2 diabetes risk in quality of carbs study
Eating a diet rich in magnesium can help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to new research. Scientists from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that high magnesium intake intake was also strongly associated with reduced type 2 diabetes risk which persisted to an extent even when participants were consuming a... Read more Read more
Metformin Reduces Dementia Risk
Study found patients taking metformin were 20 percent less likely to develop dementia Source: Diabetes Drug May Protect the Brain – Read more
SIBO and Bloating
If you regularly feel bloated after eating, functional medicine practitioner and women’s health expert Amy Myers, M.D. says it could be caused by SIBO—small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, i.e. an excess of (good) bacteria in the small intestine. (It goes without saying that there are other causes of bloating, from the benign, like a junk food... Read more Read more
Eating for Two Trillion: Dietary Intake Shapes Our Resident Gut Microbes – YouTube
When the bacteria in your digestive tract outnumber your human cells, you need to feed them right.  This video from UCTV takes a deep dive into how to accomplish it.  Here’s Watch on YouTube
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 lot of fear.  Nutritionist/Dietitians are available to work with you individually to help you interpret food, activity, and blood sugar relationships to... Read more Read more
Monash University FODMAPS App
This  video is about Monash University’s development of the FODMAP diet and their App, which is the most up to date resource on the changing and often conflicting food data regarding the FODMAPS content of various foods.     Watch on YouTube
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 clearest video explanations you will ever find.  Might just change your life!               What Are FODMAPs   Following a... Read more Read more
Bowel Movement Classic App
Here’s a review of the BM Classic App. The app is useful for tracking bowel habits and stress, etc. for digestive Link to article
FODMAPS Starter Helps from Kate Scarlatta, RDN
Kate Scarlatta, RDN has put together some materials in her online shop to help clients get started with Visit Kate Scarlatta's Shop
Up To Date FODMAP Data
 Many sources of information on FODMAP content are out of date.  The Monash App is has the most up to date information on fodmap content of foods as the research becomes Get the FODMAPs App
FODMAPS foods allowed
If you’re looking for a Great Fodmaps Foods Allowed List, here it is by Kate Scarlatta, Get the Fodmaps Foods Allowed List
About Gut Bacteria and Irritable Bowel 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.”   Original Article: Gut Bacteria and 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 women who consumed soy isoflavones regularly saw improvement in biological markers that reflect how effectively the body utilizes insulin to process sugars and had reduced levels... Read more 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 efforts. In fact, there is good evidence that working with a professional in an “intensive, behavioral approach” to weight management delivers significant results in improved... Read more Read more