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The Food & Nutrition Forum - Part 2

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Indulgin in Italian Cheese

Can we live longer by eating less?

December 22, 2014 0 3778

Can we live longer by eating less? By Thiyagarajan Sivapriya, M.Sc, M. Phil Many religions incorporate fasting for both spiritual and physical benefits [1] Fasting is defined as a partial or total abstention from

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Nutrient and drug interactions

Beware of Nutrient and Drug interactions – A must to read

December 12, 2014 0 2182

Beware of Nutrient and Drug interactions A must to read By Thiyagarajan Sivapriya, M.Sc, M. Phil A drug is a substance other than food that is intended to affect a structure or function of

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Human nutrition science or nutrition

Human nutrition: science or religion?

December 1, 2014 3 2722

Human nutrition: science or religion? by Gianluca Tognon In Italy many nutritionists wonder, and sometimes they strongly fight about this issue, whether exclude milk from the diet is good for health or if we

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Radicchio sallad

Radicchio. The “Other Green”

November 30, 2014 0 2539

Radicchio. The ‘Other Green’ by Maribeth Evezich, MS, RD, CDN With tightly bound, magenta leaves, radicchio is a striking vegetable. But, at the market, it often receives an admiring gaze, then is passed over for the

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Bromelain and pineapple

Bromelain: Why I Love Pineapple (And You Should, Too!)

November 29, 2014 0 6916

Bromelain: Why I Love Pineapple (And You Should, Too!) by Thiyagarajan Sivapriya, M.Sc, M. Phil Pineapple is one of the world’s most accepted tropical fruits. It originated in South America and now relished in

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5 foods that battle cancer

5 Foods that battle cancer

November 20, 2014 0 1729

5 Foods that battle cancer By Thiyagarajan Sivapriya, M.Sc, M. Phil Cancer is the third most lethal disease in the world after cardiovascular, parasitic and infectious based on reports from American Cancer Society (ACS).

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The anxiety summit

The anxiety summit: nutritional solutions for anxiety

November 8, 2014 0 2404

The anxiety summit: nutritional solutions for anxiety The Food & Nutrition forum is pleased to invite you to the anxiety summit hosted by Trudy Scott, certified nutritionist and Join Food Mood Expert. From the

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The benefits of cinnamon

A quick guide to the benefits of cinnamon, the versatile spice

November 8, 2014 0 1806

A quick guide to the benefits of cinnamon, the versatile spice By Thiyagarajan Sivapriya, M.Sc, M. Phil Cinnamon is one of the most popular spices[1] used by humankind, as a glance through any cookbook

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What foods have gluten?

What foods have gluten?

November 2, 2014 2 3445

What foods have gluten? A quick guide to gluten-free diet for patients and nutritionists By Gianluca Tognon What foods have gluten? This question is more and more commonly asked by anyone experiencing celiac disease-like

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Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis: a public health problem (also for men)

October 13, 2014 0 1986

Osteoporosis: a public health problem (also for men) By Gianluca Tognon Osteoporosis is a skeletal disorder characterized by low bone mass (osteopenia) and qualitative alterations that are accompanied by an increased risk of fracture.

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