Nutrition News

Why is it harder for females to gain weight?Apr 18, 2018
For years, scientists have observed that when male and female mice eat the same high-fat diet, the males gain significantly more weight than the females. A new study proposes that part of the answer as to why that is may be in the brain.
Maximizing nutrition during cancer careMar 6, 2018
The physical and emotional tolls chemotherapy can have on a patient undergoing cancer treatment are well known, but there are many myths when it comes to managing fitness and nutrition during treatment. Nutritionist Rachel Dudley explains.
Resolve to improve health rather than to lose weightDec 28, 2017
Roberta Anding, registered dietitian with Baylor College of Medicine, says to focus on making changes in your daily routine that will improve your health and weight loss will follow.
Twice is nice: Enjoy your holiday leftovers safely Nov 21, 2017
Registered dietitian Roberta Anding offers important safety tips to follow when storing leftovers this Thanksgiving.
Turkey not only reason for Thanksgiving drowsinessNov 20, 2017
Registered dietitian Kristi King says a combination of factors are to blame for the post-Thanksgiving-meal nap
Overeating during the holidays is bad for your kidneys Nov 15, 2017
Dr. Sreedhar Mandayam explains how overeating during the holidays can impact your kidneys.
Regulating asprosin levels might help control appetite, weightNov 6, 2017
Studies into the asprosin hormone open an intriguing possibility for developing novel treatments for overweight people.
The difference between food allergy and food intoleranceSep 26, 2017
Dr. Carla Davis explains the important differences between a food allergy and a food intolerance.
How to incorporate fitness into your daily life Sep 14, 2017
Dr. Irvin Sulapas gives his tips on how to incorporate fitness into your daily life.
Mice will help reveal roles of human brown fatJun 2, 2017
Discovery opens the door to research that might lead to new ways of using brown fat to treat metabolic conditions such as obesity and type 2 diabetes in the future.