Just recently the official Dietary Guidelines were updated and released for the public. While the guidelines discuss all food groups, today’s focus will just be on Grains. According to the new guidelines, which stayed...

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A National Academy of Science study shows that B vitamins can slow the deterioration of brain regions affiliated with Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive decline “by as much as seven fold”. B vitamins lower homocysteine,...

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In the third and final part to the analysis of the book Wheat Belly by William Davis, Julie Jones analyzes topics such as celiac disease, rheumatoid arthritis, acne and skin problems, and Davis’ new...

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In Part 2, Julie Jones analyzes topics in the book Wheat Belly by William Davis such as the glycemic index, wheat addictions, mood alterations, and genetically altered wheat.   Davis’ Point: Whole wheat bread...

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Julie Jones, the Endowed Chair in Science at the College of St. Catherine, analyzes a variety of the positions discussed in the book Wheat Belly by William Davis using scientific literature. This is Part...

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A recent systematic review and meta-analysis of 17 studies has found that low-carbohydrate diets are associated with a significantly higher risk of all-cause mortality in the long run. The research also found that low...

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A recent study found that mothers who consumed folic acid from 4 weeks before pregnancy to 8 weeks after the start of pregnancy had a lower risk of having a child with autistic disorder,...

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According to research published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, there is no evidence that a gluten-free diet provides health benefits to the general population and is not an effective...

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“A hundred years ago white bread was an icon of progress, health and responsible parenting. Today, seen as devoid of nutrients compared to their whole-grain cousins – the edible equivalent of the Boogey Man....

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