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TOP 10: Grilled Fish Recipes for Your Next Barbecue

Cinzia Cuneo June 10, 2024 , ,

There are plenty of reasons to get excited for warmer weather, but we’d say that grilling is pretty high up there. If you usually only grill meat, what about trying some fish and seafood for a change? So get ready to go and let yourself be inspired by these simple, delicious and healthy grilled fish recipes. (more…)

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Diet, Lifestyle Habits and GERD

Kathryn Adel June 10, 2024 , ,

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a chronic condition caused by stomach contents backing up into the esophagus. There are several potential causes that can contribute to the development of GERD, the most common being obesity. GERD can also be caused by a weakening of the sphincter muscle between the esophagus and stomach, or a hiatal hernia. (more…)

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TOP 10: Lettuce Recipes that Go Beyond Salad

Cinzia Cuneo May 27, 2024 ,

In spring, locally produced lettuce begins to appear on market shelves. These lettuces are just as varied, sweeter and less bitter than those that grow in winter and they lend themselves to being combined with all kinds of seasonings. Try these 10 tasty lettuce recipes. (more…)

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Is Your Gut Motility Normal?

Kathryn Adel May 15, 2024 ,

“Gut motility” refers to the movements of the intestine. Assessing intestinal transit time, which refers to the movement of food along the digestive system, is commonly used as a marker of gut motility and gut function. It is measured as the time between the ingestion of a food and its first fecal excretion event. (more…)

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ARFID and Fear of Eating

Kathryn Adel April 9, 2024 ,

Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) is an eating disorder recently recognized in the 5th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). It is an eating disorder, just like anorexia or bulimia. However, it differs from the latter in that people with ARFID do not have body dysmorphia or a fear of gaining weight. (more…)

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