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2 Your Health: Diet and nutrition for cancer patients


When Robert Heyne was diagnosed with stage three esophageal cancer in Nov. 2013, the large mass growing in his esophagus made it impossible for him to swallow. "Nothing was going past my esophagus so they had me on a liquid diet and I stayed on that

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June starts the season of grilling and summer picnics. This seminar includes great recipes to plan a healthful and tasty outdoor party! Learn how to keep foods safe and make smarter choices for summer meals. Test your BBQ IQ with a fun trivia game. Upcoming dates ...

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Phosphorus nutrition can hasten plant and microbe growth in arid, high elevation sites: New study of post-glacial environments sheds light on the limits to life on Earth
Science Daily - May 25, 2018

Glacial retreat in cold, high-altitude ecosystems exposes environments that are extremely sensitive to phosphorus input, new University of Colorado Boulder-led research shows. The finding upends previous ecological assumptions, helps scientists understand plant ...

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Common childhood nutrition concerns
Baltimore Sun (blog), Maryland - October 20, 2017

The next step would be to start a heart healthy diet in the toddler years. This means using low fat dairy products beginning at age 2. Consider introducing seafood and poultry early and avoid fried foods. Make a habit of eating at home. Children who have more meals ...

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Synthesis of impact evaluations of the World Food Programme’s nutrition interventions in humanitarian settings in the Sahel - Working Paper 31, March 2018
ReliefWeb - July 1, 2018

SummaryAcute malnutrition in the Sahel affects an estimated six million children under five years, of whom about 1.4 million require treatment for severe acute malnutrition. While there is considerable evidence of the effectiveness of interventions to treat moderate ...

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There isn't enough land to grow all the food we'd need for the world to follow the USDA-recommended diet | CBC News
CBC.ca - August 16, 2018

Workers harvest wild blueberries at the Ridgeberry Farm in Appleton, Maine. For the global population to adhere to the USDA dietary guidelines, an additional gigahectare of fertile land — roughly the size of Canada — is required, researchers say.(Robert ...

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