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  1. Post-Exercise Nutrition
  2. Nutritional Support for Cancer Patients
  3. To Wheat or Not to Wheat Ė A case for or against a gluten-free diet
  4. Synopsis of: Food Politics
  5. Dr. Sternlicht Appears on CBSís The Doctors
  6. Learn the Physiology of Obesity
  7. Letís Move! Initiative
  8. Parallel Epidemics: Obesity & type 2 diabetes
  9. Misguided Recommendations for Parents of Children
  10. Caffeine Use in Sports
  11. Lifestyle modification over surgical or pharmacological intervention
  12. Dietary Saturated Fat Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer
  13. Expert Groups Recommend Home Monitoring of Blood Pressure
  14. Just Add Water
  15. Diet High in Phytosterols Lowers LDL-Cholesterol Same As Statin Drugs
  16. Sodiumís Impact on your Health
  17. Repeated Dieting Negatively Impacts Your Immune Function
  18. Glycemic Index and Endurance Performance
  19. Synopsis of Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease
  20. Does Milk Do A Body Good?
  21. Synopsis of The Truth About The Drug Companies
  22. Does the Federal Drug Administration Really Provide Protection?
  23. Selecting healthy foods made easier with the ONQI
  24. Enhancing Performance with a Cup of Coffee, or Two
  25. Understanding the Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet
  26. Antioxidants Benefits of Tropical Guava
  27. Understanding the Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet
  28. Milk Diminishes Chocolateís Health Benefits
  29. Nutrition & Exercise in the Prevention of Osteoporosis
  30. NYC:  Trans Fat Free
  31. Synopsis of Eat Right - Electrolyte
  32. Omega-3 to Omega-6 Ratio
  33. Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  34. Green Tea and Death: The Ohsaki Study
  35. Ribose Supplementation
  36. Avoiding Disease
  37. Dash Your Way to Lower Blood Pressure
  38. Setting appropriate weight loss goals depends on fat cell numbers
  39. Chocoholics have a healthy reason to celebrate
  40. You canít live on supplements alone
  41. The list of health imparting nutrients found in plants continues to grow
  42. When is eating fungus beneficial?
  43. Is eating fish safe or dangerous?
  44. A simple answer to a complex carbohydrate!
  45. Fish, Flax, Omega-3ís - what are the health benefits of the fatty acids found in certain foods?
  46. Have a nightcap for leg cramps at night
  47. Eating carotenoid-rich fruits and vegetables along with zinc helps prevent two common age-related, sight-robbing disorders
  48. Where did that water recommendation of 8 cups per day come from anyway? And is it right?
  49. Sleeping more than 7 hours may be a key to successful weight loss
  50. A diet filled with processed foods high in fat and sucrose effects more than your waistline
  51. Drinking a caloric beverage does little to aid satiety but raises caloric intake
  52. The balance of fats in your diet plays a role in your physical and mental health
  53. Sugar alcohols may be called ďnon-impactĒ but they do impact your body and health
  54. Is your doctor or medication making you sick?
  55. High blood pressure will play games with your mind, along with your heart
  56. Homocysteine found to be a culprit in fragile bones
  57. Are you becoming a diabetic?
  58. For disease prevention and regression look for soluble fiber in the foods you eat.
  59. Vitamin D proves more important than calcium in preventing disease.
  60. Turning up the heat - fat cell metabolism
  61. Green tea polyphenols remain despite added sugar
  62. Timing of intake not as important as amount
  63. Post-workout nutrition
  64. Read food labels - get the whole story
  65. Bottled tea versus brewed tea - which is healthier
  66. Sources of omega-3 fatty acids
  67. Water Options
  68. The $7 billion supplement market
  69. A must read: Eat Right - Electrolyte by W. Rex Hawkins, MD.
  70. Fructose versus high-fructose corn syrup
  71. Ideas to help guarantee long-term success
  72. Creatine Supplementation
  73. What you eat is as important as how much
  74. Awareness is the first step to change
  75. There are no forbidden foods - every food is OK in moderation
  76. When eating too much of one nutrient
  77. You have to check the ingredients
  78. Saturated fat is key
  79. Caffeine appears to raise lipid levels is some individuals
  80. Caloric comparisons for weight loss
  81. Fiber supplementation
  82. Acid-base balance, pH and diet
  83. Nutrients to focus on
  84. For non-hypertriglyceridemics fruit is a great option to satisfy your sweet tooth
  85. Caloric requirements
  86. Optimal weight loss
  87. Areas where fat is gained first is often where it is lost last
  88. It is all a matter of perspective
  89. Green tea can add important antioxidants
  90. Drink soda's, even diet ones, in moderation
  91. Take your iron supplement with protein and / or citrus fruit
  92. Eat for your health and to limit disease risk
  93. Expeller pressed is all right
  94. How much leeway exists in the nutrient guidelines?
  95. Glucosamine supplementation
  96. Synopsis of The China Study
  97. Gender specific differences in subcutaneous and visceral fat loss
  98. Headache sources
  99. Reaching Your Full Growth Potential
  100. Don't believe all you read
  101. How diet and activity each play a role in fat cell metabolism and help to determine whether you gain or loss weight
  102. Evidence a plant-based diet aids in preventing obesity
  103. Do you get your fiber in?
  104. Making eating guidelines easy
  105. Blood lipids can rebound following a low-fat diet
  106. Fiber as a drug
  107. Supplementation versus healthy food: what is the key?
  108. Not all nuts are created equal...some are great monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acid sources
  109. Gender differences in glucosamine requirements
  110. Activity is essential for long-term weight loss & maintenance
  111. More than weight loss
  112. When selecting foods - go for nutrient density
  113. Research against antioxidant supplementation
  114. Limit dietary saturated fat and dramatically improve your life
  115. Laughter as therapy
  116. Hold the Chili Please