Parke County Pumpkin-Cream Cheese Roll Low-Carb Recipe

Parke County Pumpkin-Cream Cheese Roll Low-Carb Recipe From CarbSmart Low-Carb & Gluten-Free Holiday Entertaining Cookbook The first time I tasted these rolls, I was cycling with my newish-husband through the gorgeous orange and red hills at the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival of Parke County Indiana–I say “of” because the festival is the entire county;…

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Paleo Shrimp Scampi

This Paleo Shrimp Scampi is an easy way to enjoy a classic seafood dish without all the gluten or carbohydrates from pasta. This recipe is a great meal option for those who prefer meals that are low in carbohydrates. Course-Main Dish Protocol-Elimination Diet, Paleo, Standard Servings  2 Ingredients 1 spaghetti squash cut in half lengthwise,…

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Improvement with gluten restriction in irritable bowel syndrome.

A study that came out this past October, showed that a gluten diet may worsen the symptoms of IBS patients. Therefore, some form of gluten sensitivity other than celiac disease exists in some of them, and patients with IBS may benefit from gluten restrictions. Intest Res. 2016 Oct; 14(4): 343–350. Published online 2016 Oct 17. doi: …

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A Study on Fats That Doesn’t Fit the Story Line

Aaron E. Carroll APRIL 15, 2016 There was a lot of news this week about a study, published in the medical journal BMJ, that looked at how diet affects heart health. The results were unexpected because they challenged the conventional thinking on saturated fats. And the data were very old, from the late 1960s and…

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Eating Processed Food Increases Your Chances of Developing High Blood Pressure

This study found that their participants who ate the processed foods were more likely to develop high blood pressure… Ultra-processed food consumption and the incidence of hypertension in a Mediterranean cohort: The Seguimiento Universidad de Navarra Project American Journal of Hypertension, 12/13/2016 de Deus Mendonca R, et al. In this study, researchers investigate the relationship…

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7 Tips to Get Into Ketosis

By Franziska Spritzler, RD, CDE Ketosis is a normal metabolic process that provides several health benefits. During ketosis, your body converts fat into compounds known as ketones and begins using them as its main source of energy. Studies have found that diets that promote ketosis are highly beneficial for weight loss, due in part to…

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Bread and Other Edible Agents of Mental Disease

Front Hum Neurosci. 2016; 10: 130. Published online 2016 Mar 29. doi:  10.3389/fnhum.2016.00130 PMCID: PMC4809873 Paola Bressan* and Peter Kramer Abstract Perhaps because gastroenterology, immunology, toxicology, and the nutrition and agricultural sciences are outside of their competence and responsibility, psychologists and psychiatrists typically fail to appreciate the impact that food can have on their patients’…

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Green Tea’s Impact on Cognitive Function Now Visible

by Megan Brooks Green tea appears to boost memory by enhancing functional brain connectivity, a new imaging study suggests. A study led by Stefan Borgwardt, MD, PhD, from the Department of Psychiatry, University of Basel, Switzerland, shows that drinking a green tea extract enhances memory performance, a finding that researchers suggest may have important clinical…

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More People Pick Elimination Diets to Discover Food Sensitivities

– The Fad and Science Behind Not Eating Entire Food Groups for Weeks at a Time By  Sarah Nassauer April 16, 2014  The adage that you are what you eat doesn’t quite ring true for some people. A growing group is swearing by the idea: You are what you don’t eat. Elimination diets—which call for cutting…

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Chinese Herb Proves Effective in Rheumatoid Arthritis

by Nancy Walsh, Senior Staff Writer, MedPage Today April 15, 2014 A plant extract used in traditional Chinese medicine was as effective as methotrexate for the short-term treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and was superior when the two agents were given in combination, an open-label randomized trial showed. At 6 months, 46.4% of patients receiving methotrexate had improved by…

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