Archive for the ‘Dietetics’ Category

Salt and Inactivity: A Recipe for Cognitive Decline

Posted by: admin on: November 21, 2011

It is known fact that high sodium intake has negative impact on cardiovascular health and that has led to salt-reduction strategies.  A study examined the effects of sodium intake on cognitive function in older people who were physically inactive.   Team@CMHF

A battle builds over breakfast

Posted by: admin on: November 18, 2011

Under the threat of federal action, everything about kids’ food, from cereal sugar levels to mascots to TV ads, is under scrutiny -Team@CMHF

Dietary Management of Diabetes

Posted by: admin on: November 7, 2011

Correct nutrition is the cornerstone of diabetes management and Indian vegetable and herbs are effective in controlling the disease -Team@CMHF

White Fruits, Vegetables Associated With Reduced Stroke Risk

Posted by: admin on: November 1, 2011

Large quantity of fruits and vegetables should be included in our daily meals, which not only provides lot of fibres, vitamins, minerals, trace elements and anti oxidants. Recently a study highlights that colour of the fruits and vegetables also matters in protecting from stroke. Team@CMHF

‘My Plate’ Food Guidelines a Welcome Change

Posted by: admin on: September 27, 2011

Putting food on a plate makes a lot more sense than stacking it in a pyramid. Enjoy tasty foods and be mindful of how much you eat. This plate is for everyone who asked for the bottom line on how to eat healthfully. The dominant message is about plant-based foods. Fruits, vegetables and grains cover […]


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