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7 Signs of Inadequate Nutrition

By Peter Jaret
WebMD Feature

Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD

Getting adequate nutrition may be trickier for older adults. Because seniors tend to be less active than younger people, they need fewer calories. 648 more words

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Eat Your Way to Better Sleep

Ultimately, to maintain a normal sleep rhythm, one must maintain a normal eating rhythm. Part of the reason for this linking of eating and sleeping is the body’s cortisol rhythm. 2,506 more words

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Nutrition – women’s extra needs

Women need greater amounts of certain nutrients than men, particularly iron and calcium. Menstruation, pregnancy, lactation and menopause are times of increased nutritional demand. 1,609 more words

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27 Health and Nutrition Tips That Are Actually Evidence-Based

There is a lot of confusion when it comes to health and nutrition.

People, even qualified experts, often seem to have the exact opposite opinions. 2,033 more words

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How to celebrate National Nutrition Month

by Rachel Conn

National Nutrition Month is celebrated in a variety of ways at Gleaners. We really enjoy sharing nutrition education ideas and information through our on-site food pantry, like: 126 more words

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Keeping Yourself Stress-Free After Spring Break.

Twenty-four hours ago, you were laying out in the sun, under the clearest, cloudless skies in Aruba. Fast forward to Monday morning, and you are just breaking into your work week routine, your morning yoga class already a distant memory. 378 more words

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Healthy Eating When You’re Sick

WebMD Feature

By Peter Jaret
Reviewed By Laura J. Martin, MD

Eating healthy meals isn’t easy when you don’t feel well, especially if you have a serious or chronic illness. 662 more words

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