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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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High fat diet displays health benefits in mice
Johns Hopkins News-Letter, Maryland - September 21, 2017

The Bacon Diet. Believe it or not, there is an actual diet colloquially known as the Bacon Diet, and it may just stave off illness, help you lose weight, help you become stronger, give you more energy and help you live longer.This eating plan does not consist of ...

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Nicholson focuses on nutrition
thepaper24-7.com, Maryland - April 8, 2017

Nicholson students were energized with knowledge about nutrition this week. Purdue students who are working on their Masters degrees in Public Health recently conducted nutrition education at Nicholson Elementary School. All Nicholson students were ...

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Hashimoto's thyroiditis — will diet alone help?
Frederick News Post (subscription), Maryland - December 13, 2016

Dear Mayo Clinic: I just turned 30 and recently was diagnosed with Hashimotoâs thyroiditis. Iâm wondering about whether it can be cured or if I will have to take medication for the rest of my life. Iâve read the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) diet may help. Is this ...

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Liberia to Reduce Malnutrition through Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture
Liberian Daily Observer, Maryland - December 8, 2016

Liberia, like other West African countries, continues to face high levels of malnutrition especially among children under five who suffer from stunting. Impeded (delayed) growth is one of the most common indicators of malnutrition. Stunting is partly ...

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Proper nutrition and exercise important for both cancer prevention and recovery
Carroll County Times, Maryland - October 10, 2016

According to Carroll Hospital's community nutrition educator Melanie Berdyck, the American Institute for Cancer Research indicates that one-third of common cancers can be prevented through diet and lifestyle changes."A lot of this could be avoided if we just took ...

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Medical Alert: Proper nutrition for distance running
WBAL Baltimore, Maryland - October 10, 2016

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Lindsey Carter, a registered dietitian nutritionist, has opened a new business in Middletown called Back 2 Basics ...
Frederick News Post (subscription), Maryland - October 10, 2016

Back 2 Basics Nutrition opened in September at 17 W. Main St. in Middletown. Owner Lindsey Carter talked to The News-Post about the business, which offers medical nutrition therapy or nutrition counseling for those 21 years old and younger.

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Polyunsaturated fat better than monounsaturated fat in diet for metabolic syndrome
Baltimore Sun (blog), Maryland - June 21, 2016

A special muffin recipe made with polyunsaturated fat helped people lose more weight than those with monounsaturated fat and improve other health measures, according to a small study at the University of Maryland School of Medicine that may help doctors understand ...

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Understanding a gluten-free diet
WBAL Baltimore, Maryland - June 20, 2016

LACEE: YOU PROBABLY HEAR A L OF PEOPLE TALK ABO GLUTEN FREE. JOINING ME IS JOANN EATON. >> GOOD MORNIN GLUTEN FREE. IS IT HEALTHY FOR ME? DOWN. >> I IS BARLEY AND THE GLUE THAT HOLDS BAKE

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Changing your diet can make difference when it comes to kidney stones
WBAL Baltimore, Maryland - April 18, 2016

Dr. Blaine Kristo with Mercy Medical Center says changing your diet can make a difference when it comes to kidney stones. He explains how. Tweet · Pin It. Show Transcript Hide Transcript. Advertising. Video Transcript. THE RAIN CHANCE ON FRIDAY.

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New diet research recommends some saturated fats, less omega-6
WHAG, Maryland - April 12, 2016

New research shows that certain fats might not be as bad for your heart as you may think. "Saturated fats, we are finding, aren't as bad for you as we once thought," said Jennifer Carter, clinical nutrition manager at Winchester Medical Center's

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Some Cultures Hardwired for Vegetarian Diet
Discovery News, Maryland - March 29, 2016

Some people today are hardwired to have improved health when on a vegetarian diet, suggests new research that reveals how our ancestorsâ food choices continue to impact human health today.In this case, cultures from certain parts of India, Africa and Asia have ...

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US Diet Advice May Expose Babies to Mercury : Discovery News
Discovery News, Maryland - March 16, 2016

Diet recommendations under consideration by the U.S. government may lead pregnant mothers to eat unsafe levels of mercury, argues a new report from a cons

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Neanderthal Diet: 80% Meat, 20% Fruit, Veggies : Discovery News
Discovery News, Maryland - March 14, 2016

Neanderthals ate a diet consisting of 80 percent red meat and 20 percent plant-based food, according to two new associated studies that analyzed skeletons of earl

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