InfoMedSearch Newsletters
Food

:: September 2014


Welcome to our Monthly Online Newsletter!


Highlighted Articles

Our Highlighted Articles are now being included in our Weekly Featured Articles site. If you have not already signed up for our Alerts newsletter which links to this site, please do so at our sign up page. Stay current and save time. Free access to our Weekly Featured Articles and Weekly Featured Brain Articles.

Guidelines

see Internet Sites listed below

Internet Sites

Related InfoMedSearch Topics

Related Topics - Highlighted Articles

Diet - Health

How To Maintain A Healthy Weight "Know Your BMI? If your body mass index is less than 25, you should work to keep it there. If your BMI is greater than 25, you can improve your long-term health by lowering your number. Studies have shown that having a BMI above 25 increases the risk of dying from heart disease and cancer."


Supplements - Nutrition

NIH - The Role of Vitamin and Mineral Supplements "Elderly people are at increased risk for nutrient deficiency. In large part this is due to diminished food intake with advanced age. However, differences in metabolism may also account for contrasting prevalences of nutrient deficiencies in older vs younger adults. ... There is a need for modifying the present food recommendations for the purpose of educating elderly people. This modification should emphasize nutrient dense food choices as well as targeted vitamin and mineral supplementation. For people unable or unwilling to increase their intake of nutrient dense foods, multivitamins and multimineral supplements should be recommended ..."

 

Caffeine-Coffee-Soft/Juice Drinks

 

Chocolate - Cocoa

 

Dairy

 

Fish
Food Safety - Poisoning
Meat

 

Nutrition

 

Tea

 

© 2004-2010 InfoMedSearch, LLC. All Rights Reserved. | Design: mqstudio | Disclaimer