11 Things Nutritionists Eat at the Airport —and 4 They Avoid

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CONCLUSION: This study confirmed published results that labour progresses more slowly as maternal BMI increases. The study was performed in a centre with a specialized BMI pregnancy clinic; thus weight gain adherence, awareness of labour differences, and patient counselling may have contributed to low Caesarean section rates. Obstetric care providers should consider differences in maternal BMI in labour progression before undertaking a potentially premature Caesarean birth, especially in primiparas. PMID: 31324481 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada : JOGC - Category: OBGYN Tags: J Obstet Gynaecol Can Source Type: research
In this study, the effects of dietary administration of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) (Enterococcus faecalis Y17 and Pediococcus pentosaceus G11) on growth performance and immune responses of mud crab were assessed. Both strains (Y17 and G11) showed an inhibitory activity against bacterial pathogens (Aeromonas hydrophila, Vibrio parahaemolyticus, Vibrio alginolyticus, Staphylococcus aureus, and β Streptococcus), and a wide pH tolerance range of 2–10. In vivo, mud crabs were fed a control diet and experimental diets supplemented with 109 cfu g−1 diet either Y17 or G11 for 6 weeks before subjecting to a cha...
Source: Fish and Shellfish Immunology - Category: Biology Source Type: research
Publication date: October 2019Source: Fish &Shellfish Immunology, Volume 93Author(s): Che-Chun Yi, Chun-Hung Liu, Kuo-Pin Chuang, Yi-Ting Chang, Shao-Yang HuAbstractThe use of probiotics as alternatives to antibiotics for disease control is a relatively eco-friendly approach in aquaculture; hence, studies isolating and assessing the benefit of potential probiotics to fish farming are common. The zebrafish is an excellent model system for validating beneficial functions of potential probiotics before their practical application in aquaculture. Here, a potentially probiotic Chromobacterium aquaticum was isolated from lak...
Source: Fish and Shellfish Immunology - Category: Biology Source Type: research
 Everyone has bad habits. Even your sainted Granny who seems perfect to you has some bad habit that only your grandfather knows about. Bad habits, like everything, exist on a spectrum, from biting your nails to snorting cocaine – and everything in between. In this episode, our hosts discuss bad habits that many people with mental illness seem to have – from smoking, to alcoholism, to drug use and, you guessed it, everything in between.   SUBSCRIBE &REVIEW “90% of people with schizophrenia smoke.” – Michelle Hammer   Highlights From ‘Bad Habits Mental Illness&rsq...
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​BY GORDON MURPHY, PA-C, MPHThe patient was blue, her primary care physician noted. Quite literally, in fact.The 38-year-old woman had sought care for a recurrent urinary tract infection, and that's when her primary care physician found her pulse oximetry to be 74%. He was concerned about hypoxia and asked us to evaluate her.The patient reported taking an SSRI for anxiety and having a hormone-eluting IUD. She had previously had a Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. She said she had a headache, but had been instructed not to take NSAIDs. She said she had just finished a course of Cipro for her UTI, but continued to be symptomatic w...
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Amanda began the process overweight, depressed, struggling with energy, muscle and joint pains, pre-diabetic, hypertensive, and with polycystic ovary syndrome, reliant on numerous medications even in her 20s and early 30s. As you can see now, after starting with the Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox, she is now slender and free of ALL her health problems and off ALL her medications. “The pic on the left is me in my 20’s, 27 to be exact. This was before I ever started my journey. “That smile was masking physical and emotional pain, suicidal ideation, PCOS, depression, hypothyroidism, ADD symptoms, fibromyalg...
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Image: AlexMaster via Adobe Stock If you're worrying about how you'll manage yourself around food over the holidays, you're not alone! This time of year is very stressful for many people even for those who don't have the added complication of a dysfunctional relationship with food! It's a busy time, with a lot going on socially. It's expensive. There are expectations. And then there are all the family dynamics. For many, it's a tricky navigation. My whole approach is very much weight neutral, and I work within a Health At Every Size (#HAES) framework. My goal is not to help people lose weight, because what I've learned o...
Source: Healthy Living - The Huffington Post - Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news
In conclusion, in order to allow faithful and meaningful discoveries, future analysis of iPSCs and their derivatives should not shy away from mitochondrial genome monitoring and single-cell technology. A Copy of the Self: Today's Airy Philosophy is Tomorrow's Practical Concern https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2016/09/a-copy-of-the-self-todays-airy-philosophy-is-tomorrows-practical-concern/ The march of technology turns matters of philosophy into matters of practical action. The process of taking visions and making them concrete makes once airy hypotheticals relevant in everyday life. The theoria of th...
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ICYMI Health features what we're reading this week. This week, we read up on political health hazards, including holding office and living in fear of terrorism.  One piece highlighted new research about the connection between poor health and terrorism-related fear (big surprise: being stressed out is bad for your heart). And a lighthearted essay focused on the health-perspective pros and cons of being president. On the plus side: prominent public figures have great access to top-notch health care. On the minus side: elected officials tend to die almost three years earlier than their election-losing counterparts. Read ...
Source: Healthy Living - The Huffington Post - Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news
Here is Samantha’s Wheat Belly transformation, a breathtaking change in health and appearance: “I was battling severe brain fog, major break outs, migraines, loose stools, exhaustion, stomach pains, gas, bloating, unexplained weight gain, vision problems, depression, anxiety, insomnia, joint pain, hypothyroidism, racing heart. I literally thought I was dying. “That [left] was my body before Wheat Belly. I am almost feeling back to myself again. I have energy. I can play with my son. Almost all my symptoms have vanished. I’m no longer depressed. My hair is no longer falling out. I reversed thyroid i...
Source: Wheat Belly Blog - Category: Cardiology Authors: Tags: Wheat Belly Success Stories Depression energy fatigue hypothyroidism insomnia joint pain Weight Loss Source Type: blogs
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