Monthly Archives: December 2013

Isn’t It Time For Pediatricians To Stop Pitting Food Allergies Against Healthy Eating Habits?

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This, of course, teaches repetition, not variety. Let’s be clear, the AAP policy is well-intentioned, but it doesn’t help prevent allergies, it just makes it easier for parents to identify food allergies. The policy does, however, make it difficult for parents to teach their children good eating habits. In France, where the child allergy rate is similar to ours ( around 5 percent ) there are no such go-slow recommendations. One study found French parents made an average of 18 changes in the foods they offered from day-to-day. What’s the result? French children develop a more diverse palate.
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Japanese scientists prove that healthy eating reduces suicide risk

Updated: 3:54 am When Stanley Lybarger showed up on the Tulsa scene 40 years ago, he had no way of knowing that he would one day become the leader of one of Ok Updated: Yesterday Healthy holiday habits: Moderation, exercise and not-so-rich recipes Moderation, exercise and some not-so-rich recipes can all limit Christmas weight gain. Healthy holiday habits: Moderation, exercise and not-so-rich recipes Illustration by JASON POWERS / Tulsa World Healthy holiday habits: Moderation, exercise and not-so-rich recipes Courtesy Healthy holiday habits: Moderation, exercise and not-so-rich recipes Tulsa World file Healthy holiday habits: Moderation, exercise and not-so-rich recipes Tulsa World file View all 5 images in gallery. Posted: Monday, December 16, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 3:54 am, Mon Dec 16, 2013. Healthy holiday habits: Moderation, exercise and not-so-rich recipes By JASON ASHLEY WRIGHT World Scene Writer TulsaWorld.com | 2comments When it comes to healthy eating during the holidays, most of us fudge a bit.
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Healthy holiday habits: Moderation, exercise and not-so-rich recipes

The study, conducted over eight and a half years, is the first in the world to examine the garcinia cambogia extract association between dietary patterns and suicide risk. It concludes that eating fruit and vegetables reduces the risk of suicide by as much as 50 percent. The research was spearheaded by the National Centre for Global Health and Medicine in Tokyo, monitoring the eating habits of nearly 90,000 people between the ages of 45 and 74. Around 60 per cent of those who took part were female. Participants in the study were marked by the amount of vegetables, fruit and seaweed they consumed each day. In all, the scientists monitored intakes of 124 food and beverage items through a daily questionnaire. Among both men and women, a prudent dietary pattern characterized by a high intake of vegetables , fruit, potatoes, soy products, mushrooms, seaweed and fish was associated with a decreased risk of suicide, the scientists stated in their report, which was published in the December edition of the British Journal of Psychiatry.
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