Articles: nutrition

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  1. Nutrition and Age-Related Hearing Loss

    by Linda Lazarides BA

    Age-related hearing loss is the leading cause of deafness in the world, with 40% of elderly people affected. Linda Lazarides poses the question: is the loss of functions an inevita...

  2. Nutrition and Herbal Matters: Food Addiction

    by Nicki Woodward

    The author discusses how certain foods can taste so good to an individual that they have to have it everyday. This is a food addiction and occurs for a number of reasons. Some peop...

  3. Nutrition and Herbal Medicine to Survive Long-Haul Flights

    by Stephen Terrass

    Whether for business or holidays, we can either experience long-haul travel as an exciting adventure, or as a price we pay for our sins. In this article Stephen Terrass explores s...

  4. Nutrition and Stress

    by June Butlin

    In her column this month June Butlin looks at stress. In the first half of the article she reviews the mechanisms of the "fight or flight" response. In the second half she looks at...

  5. Nutrition and the Brain

    by Charles T Krebs PhD

    Most people have heard about nutritional deficiencies, that is, not having enough of a specific nutrient or nutrients in your diet, but are not always sure what this really means, ...

  6. Nutrition for Asthma

    by Penny Crowther

    Asthma is on the increase, and yet many doctors do not recognize the benefits of Nutritional Therapy in its treatment. Penny Crowther highlights the negative side effects of conven...

  7. Nutrition for Children and Young Adults

    by June Butlin

    Quality nutrition is very important for children's health, as it is likely to result in good eating patterns in later life, and is essential for optimum growth and development. R...

  8. Nutrition for the Brain / Vitamins for the Brain?

    by Amanda Williams

    The crucial role that a good diet and nutrition play in long-term cognitive health is frequently overlooked. Our brain requires the right nutrition throughout all stages of life, t...

  9. Nutrition For The Prevention Of Osteoporosis - Part Two

    by Penny Crowther

    The author continues her nutritional advice for the prevention of osteoporosis, and offers a suggestion for a recent treatment, as well as a recently developed test which can indic...

  10. Nutrition for the Prevention of Osteoporosis: Part One

    by Penny Crowther

    In the first of this column on the treatment of Osteoporosis the author focuses on bone building nutrients (such as magnesium, calcium, and their various forms; Boron and Vitamin D...

  11. Nutrition in Health Versus Healing

    by Vivienne Bradshaw-Black

    In this column on nutritional requirements for health and healing, the author looks at what is needed for maintaining health and promoting healing, and how nutrition is distributed...

  12. Nutritional Aspects of Adrenal Fatigue

    by Vivienne Bradshaw-Black

    This column focuses on adrenal fatigue, an increasingly prevalent condition closely associated with sluggish thyroid function that affects virtually all bodily processes to some de...

  13. Nutritional Aspects of Perspectives and Perceptions (Part II of II)

    by Vivienne Bradshaw-Black

    The author continues to develop the theme of finding out who we truly are.  She encourages us to become aware of and examine (and, ultimately, release) the past events and decisio...

  14. Nutritional Benefits of Whole Grain Wheat

    by Lucette Skidmore

    The author is a nutritionist, linguist and professional cook. She started experimenting with whole grain wheat about three years ago when she was helping a group of women to stor...

  15. Nutritional Care Of Peptic Ulcer

    by Dr Mohan Krishnarao Kale

    This is a detailed medical account of what a peptic ulcer is, the physiological processes involved, factors which cause it and can cause further damage, and how basic nutritional n...

  16. Nutritional help for Chronic Fatigue Sufferers

    by Victoria Tyler

    Patients who suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) are often so exhausted that they are unable to undertake half of their daily normal activities.

  17. Nutritional Support for Children with Autism

    by Kate Neil

    Regular contributor, Kate Neil, looks at the link between autism in children and nutrition. Autism rates in Britain have risen dramatically over the last 20 years, and 1 in 500 chi...

  18. Nutrium - Software for Nutritional Professionals

    by Manuela Abreu

    "I'm setting up my own nutrition business!" If you have ever considered this here's what you need to know. The first thing that comes to your mind is that you need to set up a websi...

  19. One Indian's View of Diet – How Food Habits Can Make or Break a Person

    by CSVR Murthy

    The author begins with a declaration based on Indian lore: a fellow eating once a day is a Yogi, twice a day is a Bogi, three times a day is a Drohi. He then explains that a yogi l...

  20. Optimum Nutrition for Babies

    by June Butlin

    I believe that optimum nutrition is essential in maintaining optimum health. It is vital to our lives as our bodies have been completely built and maintained by the foods that we...

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