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What Is the Scarsdale Diet?

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The Scarsdale diet first appeared in the 1970s for weight loss goals. By drastically lowering carbs and calories intake, it’s meant to serve as a fast weight loss help. People keeping to the diet have 3 meals a ...

Indian Traditional Ayurvedic System of Medicine and Nutritional Supplementation

Food is the main source for serving the nutritional needs, but with expanding modernisation some traditional ways are being forgotten. Affluence of working population with changing lifestyles and lowering affordability of sick care, i...

How to Eat After a Cleanse

There are several ways to cleanse your body of toxins. Some of the strongest techniques involve fasting and juice cleanses. These programs require limiting the amount you consume for a period of time or allowing only organic juices to...

Plant based diet may reduce cardiovascular death risk by 32%

New study supports the mounting body of evidence that eating more plant based foods and fewer animal ones may contribute to a healthy heart and cardiovascular system.

Not only is eating fewer animal products beneficial for the E...

Beverly Hills diet

The Beverly Hills diet is a diet invented by Judy Mazel. She thinks that weight loss can be reached by eating foods in ...

The FODMAPs Diet – Kat's Food Blog

A couple years ago I saw some blog posts popping up about the FODMAPs diet. I didn’t think much of it since I wasn’t looking for any digestive help at the time. Over the past year one of my good friends has been following it with succ...

What You Should Know About the Shangri-La Diet

One of the most bizarre diets to become popular in recent years, the Shangri-La Diet was the brainchild of psychology professor Seth Roberts. According to Roberts, the diet was so named to conjure up images of the fictional Himalayan ...

Astral Projection Diet: It’s NOT as Difficult as You Think

Have you been looking to find the perfect Astral Projection diet?

Maybe you’ve read somewhere about what you should be eating, and what you should be avoiding.

Maybe you’ve been looking at AP forums, and found lots of conf...

How We Incorporate Sweets and Treats in a Healthy Way

Wondering how to introduce and incorporate sweets into your child’s life in a healthy way? Here are some ways to approach this that we think will help kids develop a healthy relationship with sweets (and all food) in the long run.

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Alkaline Diet Plan Review: Does It Work?

The Promise It's a pitch Hollywood celebs love: that the alkaline diet -- also known as the alkaline ash diet or alkaline acid diet -- can help you lose weight and avoid problems like arthritis and cancer. The theory is that some food...

The Sonoma Diet

Named after the lush wine country region in California, the Sonoma Diet was created by Connie Guttersen, RD, PhD, a registered dietitian. The plan stresses portion control and healthy eating for weight loss and promises a smaller wais...

Weight Watchers Diet Review: Does It Work for Weight Loss?

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Healthline Diet Score: 4 out of 5 Weight Watchers is one of the most popular weight-loss programs in the world. Millions of people...

Jain Food Restrictions

Why Jains dont eat Potatoes, Onions, Garlic or any underground vegetables ? Why do Jains refrain from eating after daylight ? Why do they drink boiled water ?

These are some of the questions that you always have in mind but dont...

5 Reasons We Love the MIND Diet

Since it’s debut in February 2015, the MIND Diet has drawn headlines for its promise to reduce the risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer’s. We think this attention is well deserved. The MIND Diet is not only a smart step to brain ...

Navigating Weight and Body Image With Your Child

Concerned about your kid’s weight? Here are some effective, science-backed things you could do – and not do – to support your kid’s healthy relationship with food and body image.

You might have seen that Weight Watchers recently...

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Plastic Everywhere, Even In Human Waste

Volunteers from eight countries around the world agreed to keep food diaries for a week and then provide stool samples for analysis. Lab results s...

The Western Diet: Fast Food, Snack Food, American Food

Americans have a love-love relationship with food—we love making it, eating it, and taking pictures of it. But America’s cozy relationship with food is complicated—nearly 72% of the population struggles with being overweight, the aver...

20 Foods Making You Gain Weight

No single food in isolation of everything else you eat is going to make you gain (or lose!) weight. But often, the same barrier stumps so many people when it comes to

Round up: Surviving the Holidays – Kat's Food Blog

After my last post on my own holiday survival tips, I came across quite a few other blogs with advice on how to deal with the holidays while on a specific diet and how to deal with stress. Here are a few that I found offered up some r...

Dr. Lukaczer’s Toolkit Item of the Month: Iron and the Thyroid

In the past, when I’ve seen serum ferritin below 50 ng/ml in a patient with low thyroid function, I would consider that level borderline low and would invariably try to raise ferritin with iron supplementation. Recently, I came across...

Religion and dietary choices

A healthy varied diet is essential for health, growth and development. Many religions include guidance on what is appropriate to eat in order to demonstrate faith.

Data from the 2011 census shows that the five most common religi...

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