• Healthy Living Guide 2020/2021 By Harvard   -   Jan 20, 2021

    HEALTHY LIVING GUIDE 2020/2021

    A Digest on Healthy Eating and Healthy Living Download the printable Healthy Living Guide As we transition from 2020 into 2021, the...

    Food, Regard, Alcohol, Diet, Digestion, Features
  • By Harvard   -   Jan 13, 2021

    DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR AMERICANS 2020 RELEASED

    The 9th edition of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2020-2025 is out, with the tagline to Make Every Bite Count. Intended for policy...

    Nutrition, Food, Features
  • By Harvard   -   Apr 17, 2020

    PREGUNTE AL EXPERTO: EL ROL DE LA DIETA Y LOS SUPLEMENTOS NUTRICIONALES DURANTE COVID-19

    El distanciamiento social y el lavado de manos son los métodos más eficaces y comprobados para reducir el riesgo y la propagación de...

    Ask the Expert
  • Seguridad de los alimentos, nutrición, y bienestar durante COVID-19 By Harvard   -   Apr 1, 2020

    SEGURIDAD DE LOS ALIMENTOS, NUTRICIÓN, Y BIENESTAR DURANTE COVID-19

    Esta página se actualizará conforme más información esté disponible. Última actualización: 27 de marzo del 2020. Según navegamos estos...

    Features
  • By Harvard   -   Apr 1, 2020

    ASK THE EXPERT: THE ROLE OF DIET AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS DURING COVID-19

    Social distancing and regular handwashing are the most effective and proven methods to reduce risk and spread of the coronavirus disease....

    Food, Nutrition, Diet, Ask the Expert
  • Food safety, nutrition, and wellness during COVID-19 By Harvard   -   Mar 26, 2020

    FOOD SAFETY, NUTRITION, AND WELLNESS DURING COVID-19

    This page will be updated as new information becomes available As we navigate these unprecedented times, many are wondering how to...

    Nutrition, Food, Hands, Drugs, Features
  • By Harvard   -   Feb 13, 2020

    PREDIMED STUDY RETRACTION AND REPUBLICATION

    What Changed, What Didn't, and the Big Picture On June 13, 2018, the New England Journal of Medicine retracted the 2013 study, “ Primary...

    Diet, Features
  • By Harvard   -   Feb 13, 2020

    5 QUICK TIPS FOR DEALING WITH SUGARY HALLOWEEN LEFTOVERS

    Halloween can be a special time of year for children, but parents may be stressed about sugar overload. Candy is intentionally excluded...

    Stress, Child, Quick Tips
  • By Harvard   -   Feb 13, 2020

    NEW PHYSICAL ACTIVITY GUIDELINES FOR AMERICANS

    Although many people view exercise as a way to lose weight, it plays a key role in the wellbeing of the body beyond weight loss. Research...

    Osteoporosis, Stroke, Cancer, Depression, Diabetes, Features
  • By Harvard   -   Feb 13, 2020

    EFFECTS OF VARYING AMOUNTS OF CARBOHYDRATE ON METABOLISM AFTER WEIGHT LOSS

    Losing weight is hard work, but many people who have lost weight may agree that keeping the weight off can be an even greater challenge....

    Drop, Diet, Features
  • By Harvard   -   Feb 13, 2020

    ROADMAP TO A HEALTHY AND SUSTAINABLE FOOD FUTURE

    Despite substantial scientific evidence linking diets with human health and environmental sustainability , historically there's been...

    Food, Nutrition, Diet, Sustainability
  • By Harvard   -   Feb 13, 2020

    INCIDENCE OF OBESITY-RELATED CANCERS IS RISING IN YOUNGER ADULTS

    In the past few decades, great progress has been made in the fight against cancer. However a disturbing new pattern is emerging in...

    Registry, Cancer, Myeloma, Obesity
  • By Harvard   -   Feb 13, 2020

    EGGS AND CHOLESTEROL BACK IN THE SPOTLIGHT IN NEW JAMA STUDY

    Not again , you may be thinking if you've come across the study by Zhong and colleagues, published in the March 15 th issue of JAMA....

    Stroke, Food, Cholesterol, Features
  • By Harvard   -   Feb 13, 2020

    EMPHASIZING UNSATURATED FATS ON A KETOGENIC DIET

    The ketogenic or “keto” diet is a low-carbohydrate, fat-rich eating plan which can include sources of unsaturated fats, such as nuts,...

    Plan, Food, Nutrition, Diet, Faculty in the Media
  • By Harvard   -   Feb 13, 2020

    ASK THE EXPERT: POPULAR PLANT-BASED MEAT ALTERNATIVES

    Plant-based alternatives to animal-based foods are not a new phenomenon. Tofu, for example, has often been treated as an alternative...

    Nutrition, Food, Ask the Expert
  • New “guidelines” say continue red meat consumption habits, but recommendations contradict evidence By Harvard   -   Feb 13, 2020

    NEW “GUIDELINES” SAY CONTINUE RED MEAT CONSUMPTION HABITS, BUT RECOMMENDATIONS CONTRADICT EVIDENCE

    A controversial “dietary guidelines recommendation” published in Annals of Internal Medicine suggests that adults can continue to consume...

    Diabetes, Cancer
  • By Harvard   -   Nov 28, 2017

    REMOVING TRANS FATS FROM RESTAURANT MENUS ASSOCIATED WITH DROP IN HEART ATTACKS AND STROKES

    Does a public health measure such as restricting trans fats from restaurant menus really make a difference? A study published April...

    Stroke, Drop, Food, Senior, Hospital, Features
  • By Harvard   -   Nov 28, 2017

    U.S. GOVERNMENT EASES SODIUM AND WHOLE GRAIN STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL MEALS

    In the U.S., over 30 million students consume at least one meal in school every day. With such broad reach, strong standards for healthy,...

    Food, Drop, Features
  • By Harvard   -   Nov 28, 2017

    MORE THAN COOKING, TEACHING KITCHENS AS LEARNING LABS FOR LIFE SKILLS

    With dramatic increases in obesity and diabetes, the search is on for innovative strategies to change the paths of those living with,...

    Nutrition, Obesity, Diabetes, Features
  • A comprehensive whole-community approach to reduce childhood obesity shows promise By Harvard   -   Nov 28, 2017

    A COMPREHENSIVE WHOLE-COMMUNITY APPROACH TO REDUCE CHILDHOOD OBESITY SHOWS PROMISE

    The World Health Organization reports that children who carry excess weight are more likely to stay overweight into adulthood and develop...

    Breast, Osteoarthritis, Breasts, Overweight, Cancer, Adolescence, Diabetes, Obesity, Features