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How Lamb and Pears Can Help Your Food Allergy

How Lamb and Pears Can Help Your Food Allergy

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Lamb and pears may appear to be a strange combination, but the reason they are chosen as part of a food allergy diet is because they are rarely indicated in allergies and are therefore relatively safe foods for most people with a food allergy to eat.

Often the best way to treat a food allergy is to avoid the food that causes the allergy altogether so a period of exclusion gives your body a chance to tell you which foods are making you ill and whether you react to one food or many foods.

An exclusion diet consists of eliminating one or more foods completely from the diet for a given period of time and then reintroducing foods one at a time to check for adverse reactions.

Mediterranean Diet Lowers Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease – Study Found Fish Fruits and Vegetables Helped Prevent Mental Problem

Mediterranean Diet Lowers Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease – Study Found Fish Fruits and Vegetables Helped Prevent Mental Problem

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There may be more good news for people who eat a Mediterranean Diet, rich in fruits, vegetables and olive oil - researchers say the diet significantly reduced the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

The diet consists of high amounts of fruits, vegetables, legumes, cereals and fish, mild to moderate amounts of alcohol and low amounts of red meat and dairy products. Previous research has shown that the Mediterranean Diet reduced the risk of cancer, obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, problems with processing glucose that may lead to diabetes, coronary heart disease and overall death.

Walnuts may Protect Heart when Eating a High-Fat Meal

Walnuts may Protect Heart when Eating a High-Fat Meal

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Eating raw walnuts alongside your high-fat meal may help protect arteries from short-term damage. Olive oil did not offer the same benefits as walnuts did for the vascular structure. Researchers from the University of Barcelona’s Hospital Clínico first reported this study in the Oct. 17, 2006 edition of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

"People would get the wrong message if they think that they can continue eating unhealthy fats provided they add walnuts to their meals," said Emilio Ros, MD, PhD, director of the Lipid Clinic at Hospital Clínico in Barcelona, Spain, the primary location where the study was completed. "Instead, they should consider making walnuts part of a healthy diet that limits saturated fats.

Diet For Natural Bodybuilding – Powerful Tips You Can Use Everyday

Diet For Natural Bodybuilding – Powerful Tips You Can Use Everyday

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We are going to examine the most common challenge bodybuilders face which is nutrition.

Unfortunately there is so much confusion about what to eat, when to eat, how much to eat and on and on that it is almost impossible to sort out what to do. Also eating to grow is very different the eating to get shredded so the key point to remember is that your diet needs to evolve with your physique.

Consistency and self-discipline on your eating is two biggest keys to long term success on whatever eating program that you are following. Bodybuilders who are successful always plan ahead and have meals prepared well in advance. If you don't plan out your meals and have them with you at all times you will invariably fail in giving yourself the best possible gains. Hoping that restaurants, or friends or relatives will be serving "bodybuilding food" is unrealistic and leads to frustration as well as no progress. Don't be one of those people who do not prepare their meals in advance.

Renal Cancer risk reduced by eating Fatty Fish

Renal Cancer risk reduced by eating Fatty Fish

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A major study from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden shows that kidney cancer can help be prevented by eating fatty fish on a regular basis. This study focused on 90,000 Swedish women that were asked questions about their diet. They also study the women on mammography in correlation to diets. The data was collected from 1987 – 2004.

If women ate at least one portion of fatty fish in a week they reduced their risk of renal cancer by 74 percent compared to women that never ate fish. The women that did not provide follow-up information about the fish eating women were still at a 40 percent reduction in getting renal cancer.

"This is the first time that a link between the consumption of fatty fish and renal cancer has been studied," says Professor Alicja Wolk, one of the scientists working with the study. "The reason previous studies have been unable to demonstrate a link between fish consumption and renal cancer is that they made no distinction between fatty and non-fatty fish."

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