Displaying items by tag: department of nutrition sciences

Amy Goss, Ph.D., RDN, says egg consumption can be incorporated into the diet in a healthful way without adversely impacting blood cholesterol in older adults.
While the average fluid lost from our bodies does turn out to be around 8 cups a day, you do not need to replace all of it with plain old water.
AMPLIFY and DUET provide sound information and support to make changes in diet and physical activity that are key in keeping cancer survivors and their loved ones healthy.

Three experts will be ready to help with your questions on health, exercise and following through on your New Year’s goals.

Lavish get-togethers with delicious treats by the sleigh-full will abound, but will that cause your waistline to bulge as well?
The study is the first to show how meal timing affects 24-hour energy metabolism when food intake and meal frequency are matched.
UAB nutrition researchers are conducting a new study on Type 2 diabetes and addressing the disproportionate complications experienced by African American patients.
Hill comes to UAB from the University of Colorado, where he was director of the Center for Human Nutrition at UC Health Sciences.
A primary care physician and a nutritionist create a checklist of cancer screenings, lifestyle changes and health conditions for women to be aware of during each decade after 50.
Courtney Peterson, Ph.D., says eating dinner in the mid-afternoon and fasting for the rest of the day is good for your metabolism.
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