Tag: "tasty" at medical news

'Dr. Chef' improves quality of life for patients

...eeds, they also participated in the preparation of tasty and healthy food for their own consumption. The workshop was composed of a series of seven meetings, each lasting three hours. The meetings started with a short lecture, given by a registered dietician, about an element of the disease's recommended ...

New benefits of soy revealed

...isle promise low-fat, no-fat, low-cal and low-carb tasty treats. But what really makes a food healthy? And should we believe the commercial hype about soy products and our health? Renowned nutrition and weight-loss expert, and University of Kentucky physician and researcher, Dr. James Anderson addresses th...

Startling new facts about what Australians are eating for lunch

...to Sanitarium Dietitian, Cathy McDonald, a healthy tasty lunch will be based on wholegrain carbohydrates, protein (we recommend plant proteins, such as legumes and nuts), a variety of vegetables and some fruit and water or low-fat milk/soymilk. "Meals based on these foods are nutritious, taste good and boo...

'Best if used by ...'

...est if used by" date, people rate the food as less tasty and less healthy. "Freshness dating tricks both our minds and our tastebuds," said Brian Wansink (Ph.D), Cornell Professor and director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab. A panel of 36 consumers rated yogurts with freshness dates that were set to ...

'Mindless Eating' is a nourishing read

...t nourishing book you read all year. It is full of tasty morsels dipped in a rich, creamy, sometimes sarcastic sauce of humor, spiced with common sense and reachable goals. The author of this Bantam Books banquet, Brian Wansink, is director of the Cornell University Food and Brand Laboratory. He also is a...

Study finds three-quarters of women are households' chief cook and food shopper

...ave packed lunches and I like to buy them healthy, tasty snacks for them to eat. "Im very concerned that they get their five portions of fruit and vegetables every day and I make sure we are well stocked up with this type of food. " Every day I like to cook a dinner with vegetables - a typical mea...

Do shopping lists promote or prevent healthy choices?

...e by feeling-based considerations (say an urge for tasty food), whereas stimulus-based choices are guided relatively more by cognitive or deliberation-based considerations (say, the need to be on a diet)," explain the authors....

Nanoparticles can track cells deep within living organisms

...y no special sauces have to be added to make them tasty to these cells," says Wickline, also professor of medicine, of physics and of biomedical engineering and a Washington University heart specialist at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. "And then the cells just go about their business and do what they're supposed...

International symposium on fruit, vegetables headed for Houston

Fruits and vegetables tasty and a vital part of daily nutrition. But researchers worldwide continue to seek better ways to use the healthful properties of these foods. Many of these scientists will meet in Houston Oct. 9-13 to share the latest findings. FAV Health 2007 - Frui...

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