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Milk Extract May Heal Wounds And Smooth Wrinkles

...researchers areworking closely on the project with dairy company Bonlac, and with the HighettLaboratory of the CSIRO's Division of Food Science and Technology in Victoria. Project leader Dr David Belford, from the CSIRO Division of Human Nutrition,says the whey extract may eventually be included as a spec...

Fast Food Can Speed Up Clogging Of The Arteries

...- cooked, fried or processedfoods, meats, eggs and dairy products chief among them -- add to the overalloxidant load and can speed atherosclerosis. "With the popularity of fried foods and the widespread fast-foodindustry, oxidized fats are common in the Western diet and could contribute toheart dis...

Electronic Nose Inspects Cheese, Hints At Human Sense Of Smell

...per. An endowment from the dairy industry of Ohio funded this research, and Brewster Cheese Inc. of Brewster, Ohio, provided the cheeses. The commercially-available electronic nose Harper and Jou used was the Fox 2...

Fructose Consumption May Accelerate Aging: Skin's Elasticity And Softness May Be Affected

...onateddrinks, baked goods, canned fruits, jams and dairy products that containfructose," said Werman. The researchers' laboratory tests found that rats fed fructose for a yearshowed significantly greater age-related alterations, manifested in their skinand bone collagen. Collagen is the prote...

The American Heart Association Urges Caution On Cholestin

...nt of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy products theyconsume," says Pearson. Most dietary saturated fat is derived from animalproducts, such as red meat, butter, cheese and whole milk. If diet alone does not help to lower the LDL cholesterol in anindividual's blood, there are s...

NHLBI Urges Americans To Take Control Of Their Hypertension

... eating plan rich in fruits,vegetables, and lowfat dairy foods and lower in saturated fat, total fat, andcholesterol. It has been shown to reduce high blood pressure. The fact sheetgives an overview of the plan and a week of DASH menus. Heart healthy recipes from the NHLBI Stay Young At Heart Program,...

New book on osteoporosis covers preventing and treating 'The Aging Disease' in consumer language

...revents some bone loss withaging. Good sources are dairy products and calcium supplements. Vitamin D is essential for bone health. It promotes calcium intake andmaturation of bone cells. Good sources are sunlight and a daily multiplevitamin. The best diet to maintain bone mass is moderately high in pr...

American Heart Association Media Advisory: Cholesterol Lowering Margarines

... high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low fat dairy productsand lean meat. Additionally, for many people, medications such as thecholesterol-lowering drugs may still provide the best means of lowering LDLcholesterol levels. "Individuals who know that their LDL cholesterol is elevated should consult w...

Hearts N' Parks - an innovative North Carolina program to prevent heart disease launched

...lesterol, and high in fruits and vegetables,lowfat dairy products and whole grains. The NHLBI has been helping Americans and people worldwide stay healthiersince 1948. NHLBI undertakes a wide range of activities to improve theunderstanding, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of heart, lung, and ...

Vegans likely short on calcium, experts say

... of calcium in strictvegetarian diets that exclude dairy products has found that these diets, knownas vegan...um isn'ta problem," she says. "But if they give up dairy products, and don't eatcalcium-fortified foods, I don't know how they're going to do it." Weaver, to...

New sterol spread can reduce bad cholesterol

...similar to cholesterol, which is found in meat and dairy products. But sterols are derived from plant oils. The substances are structurally similar to cholesterol so they interfere with cholesterol absorption in the intestines. The good news is that the sterol spread seems to lower LDL -- low-density lip...

Traditional Chinese diet helps ward off heart disease

... vegetables, emphasize plant proteins and eat less dairy products and meat," he says. "They should also co...ly per 1,000 calories, along with about 3 grams of dairy products and 151 grams of vegetables. (Thirty grams equal one U.S. ounce.) They also drank about 1...

First human studies promising for popular nutritional supplement

...is a naturally occurring fatty acid. Found in many dairy products and in beef, its biological activity has been studied intensively since it was discovered more than a decade ago. In animal studies, CLA has been found effective in fighting several types of cancer, atherosclerosis and diabetes; enhancing im...

Rising ammonia emissions attributed to cars, not livestock

...onia levels, Baum said. Aside from cars and dairy farms, major sources of ammonia emissions include fertilizers and sewage treatment plants. Although Baum's findings are based on cars in southern California, they "raise questions as to what ammonia emissions from on-road vehicles are nationwi...

New Mayo Clinic Healthy Weight Pyramid helps you lose weight and keep it off!

...mendations such as beans, fish, lean meat, low-fat dairy (3-7 servings/day). One serving equals 70 calories. That is 1/3 cup beans, 3 ounces meat or fish or 1 cup skim milk. Fats, the fourth level of the pyramid, includes heart-healthy olive oil, nuts, canola oil and avocados (3-5 servings/day). One servin...

Animal-based nutrients linked with higher risk of stomach and esophageal cancers

...ds of animal origin with the possible exception of dairy products, and control of obesity."...

Thanksgiving meals: Cooking with chemistry

...brown, cut the sugar in half, reduce the amount of dairy products, and substitute lower-protein cake flour for some of the regular flour. White wine with health benefits similar to red Researchers in Israel say they have developed a method to boost the antioxidant content of white wine so that it has he...

Annals of Internal Medicine tip sheet Feb. 5, 2002

...e red meat, processed meat, French fries, high fat dairy products, sweets and desserts) (Article, p. 201). This research is important because the incidence of type 2 diabetes is increasing rapidly in the United States. According to the authors, avoiding weight gain and eating a prudent diet may substantia...

High homocysteine levels may double risk of dementia, Alzheimer's disease

...hat a diet rich in green leafy vegetables, low-fat dairy products, citrus fruits and juices, whole wheat bread, and dry beans can significantly lower levels of homocysteine. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) now requires the addition of folic acid to enriched breads, cereals, flours, corn meals, past...

Calcium intake may be associated with reduced risk of colon cancer

...nd her coworkers analyzed calcium intake from both dairy sources and calcium supplements by roughly 88,000 ...lude that calcium, rather than other components of dairy products, may be the relevant component in reducing colon cancer risk....

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