Category: Whole Food Diets

What to Do About Gas Caused by High-Fiber Diets
view post What to Do About Gas Caused by High-Fiber Diets

High-fiber diets are believed to cause bloating by increasing certain populations of healthy, fiber-digesting gut bacteria. They produce gas as

Beyond Baby Talk: Helping Early Language
view post Beyond Baby Talk: Helping Early Language

At 18 months, parent surveys estimated that the children’s vocabulary averaged around 100 words among kids of coached families, compared

Coronavirus Rumor Mill Rampant With Bogus News
view post Coronavirus Rumor Mill Rampant With Bogus News

No, Bill Gates is not responsible for the coronavirus.

view post Smoky White Bean & Tomato Soup

This hearty bean soup is full of flavor from its rich tomato broth and dried seasonings: garlic, smoked paprika, Italian

view post A Plant-Based Diet Resolved My Arthritis, Blood Pressure, Insomnia

About nine years ago, I was hit with polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR), an inflammatory disease that causes intense muscle aches and

Negotiating Insulin Costs Could Save U.S. Billions
view post Negotiating Insulin Costs Could Save U.S. Billions

The researchers said that if Medicare were allowed to negotiate drug prices like the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

Employers Should Help Breastfeeding Moms: Survey
view post Employers Should Help Breastfeeding Moms: Survey

Nearly 79% of respondents said they had a private space at work to express milk. About two-thirds had break time

Siri and Alexa Probably Can't Help Beat Addiction
view post Siri and Alexa Probably Can’t Help Beat Addiction

In response to 70 different help-seeking queries, the virtual assistants offered “actionable responses” only four times. The most common response

view post Shannen Doherty Says She Has Stage 4 Breast Cancer

Doherty, 48, first revealed she had breast cancer in 2015 and provided updates about her battle with the disease and

Man Fights to Get Family Out of China Amid Outbreak
view post Man Fights to Get Family Out of China Amid Outbreak

The family flew to Shanghai in early November. Burnett left to come back to the U.S. to work, and his

view post Tips For Cutting Out Processed Food: From Reader Liz

Mom of three, Liz, shares why reading ingredient labels is so important—especially for her family—plus other great tips and advice

Pregnancy, Breastfeeding May Guard Against Early Menopause
view post Pregnancy, Breastfeeding May Guard Against Early Menopause

The risk was lowest among those who breast-fed exclusively, meaning the baby received breast milk only — no liquids or

Strong Support Network Is Key to Women's Cancer Recovery: Study
view post Strong Support Network Is Key to Women’s Cancer Recovery: Study

Compared to those with strong social support, those with low support had a 52% higher risk of death from all

view post Meat Still Isn’t Healthy, Study Confirms

These latest findings might seem to contradict an earlier study — published in the fall in the Annals of Internal

Untreated Sleep Apnea Puts Your Heart at High Risk
view post Untreated Sleep Apnea Puts Your Heart at High Risk

The AASM points to several major warning signs and risk factors for sleep apnea: snoring, choking or gasping, fatigue, obesity

Cervical Cancer Could All But Disappear in North America by 2040
view post Cervical Cancer Could All But Disappear in North America by 2040

The WHO plan also calls for 70% of women to be screened for cervical cancer once or twice in their

Shift Workers At Risk for Heart Disease, Stroke and Type 2 Diabetes
view post Shift Workers At Risk for Heart Disease, Stroke and Type 2 Diabetes

Shift workers are at a significantly increased risk for sleep disorders and metabolic syndrome, which increases a person’s risk for

New Study Supports Lowering Age of First Colonoscopy
view post New Study Supports Lowering Age of First Colonoscopy

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force — which sets federal screening standards — still recommends a starting age of 50

U.S. Maternal Death Rate Holds Steady
view post U.S. Maternal Death Rate Holds Steady

In 2018, 658 women died while pregnant or within 42 days of the end of pregnancy, and there were 17.4

view post How To Choose a Primary Care Physician for Yourself and Your Family

Are you in the market for a new primary care physician for yourself or your family? Maybe you just moved,