Can’t lose weight by dieting alone? Researchers have bad news for you

For those who starve themselves to cut calories but still don’t see results — you’re not alone. Researchers at the University of Ottowa have identified a separate group of obese people who are especially resistant to losing weight through dietary changes alone, according to a report published on Wednesday in The Lancet’s eBioMedicine journal. The … Read more

EXTENSION NEWS: The ABCs for a healthy lunch | Columns

As kids and teachers head back to school, don’t forget to plan healthy lunches. A healthy future for out kids begins with a healthy lifestyle including nutritious meals including lunch, physical activity, and adequate sleep. According to the American Heart Association, 91 percent of our youth have a poor diet. Diets usually include too much … Read more

What is the Ayurvedic Diet? The Pros and Cons of the Eating Plan

Ayurveda is nothing new: It is a centuries-old practice. But with celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Aaron Rodgers and Kourtney Kardashian, touting the benefits of the lifestyle, it has become a wellness trend that is piquing people’s interests. Ayurveda, which translates to the “science of life,” is a holistic medical healing system designed to align the … Read more

Effects of Restrictive Bariatric Surgery on Congenital Prader-Willi Syndrome: A Case Report

Hyperphagia leading to obesity is the most common cause of mortality and morbidity in Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS). It has been classified as the most common genetic cause of the development of life-threatening obesity resulting from a defect in satiety, with an onset during early childhood. Abnormalities in the feedback from gut peptides, including ghrelin, may … Read more

Higher store prices force some to cheaper, less-healthy options | . grocery Business

WATERTOWN — It’s no secret that prices for just about everything are increasing and people are feeling it at the pump and in stores. Genesis M. Lugo-Ramirez was out shopping at Save-A-Lot in Watertown on Aug. 4 when she said she has switched from name-brand items to their off-brand counterparts. She said she still buys … Read more

Healthy eating in a time of inflation | Greene County

It’s no secret that prices for just about everything are up across the board, between gas and food, and people are feeling the increase at the pump and in the stores. Shoppers are buying less-healthy food because they are cheaper while they lose the nutritional value that healthy meals can provide. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance … Read more

Eating Quinoa Can Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes, Study Finds

Packed with protein, fiber, and antioxidants, quinoa is one of the healthiest grains, and now, new research suggests that consuming quinoa regularly can help prevent type 2 diabetes. With approximately one in 10 (37.3 million) Americans diagnosed with diabetes, this groundbreaking review gives those facing the risk of Type 2 diabetes some relief by simply … Read more

Everything You Need To Know – Forbes Health

Elimination diet protocols can vary among practitioners, explains Sharon Zarabi, a registered dietitian for the Katz Institute for Women’s Health and Director at Northwell Health, “My approach varies based on my client’s current diet and their personality and relationship with food. I typically remove foods in phases (rather than all at once) and educate them … Read more