Orthomolecular Medicine

'Fate Of Food' Asks: What's For Dinner In A Hotter, Drier, More Crowded World? - WVTF

Nutritional Medicine - Mon, 2019-06-03 13:39
'Fate Of Food' Asks: What's For Dinner In A Hotter, Drier, More Crowded World?  WVTF

TERRY GROSS, HOST: This is *FRESH* AIR. I'm Terry Gross. Climate change is affecting the weather. And droughts, floods, storms and unseasonal temperatures ...

Ageing intelligently - Deccan Herald

Nutritional Medicine - Mon, 2019-06-03 13:30
Ageing intelligently  Deccan Herald

Functional medicine is a legitimate approach to live a happy, healthy and long life. It encompasses a whole-body approach and it pays attention to addressing ...

Lady Gaga's Trainer Explains How She Turns Her Health Into An Art Form - Elite Daily

Nutritional Medicine - Mon, 2019-06-03 09:56
Lady Gaga's Trainer Explains How She Turns Her Health Into An Art Form  Elite Daily

Do your friends tell you you're "celeb obsessed"? Do you follow your favorite celebs' every move? Know their Instagram histories so well that you can rattle off ...

Relevium Provides Corporate Update on Its Medical Cannabis Strategy - GlobeNewswire

Nutritional Medicine - Mon, 2019-06-03 09:31
Relevium Provides Corporate Update on Its Medical Cannabis Strategy  GlobeNewswire

MONTREAL, June 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Relevium Technologies Inc. (TSX.V: “RLV”, OTCQB: “RLLVF” and Frankfurt: “6BX”) (the “Company” or ...

When Is Nonoperative Geriatric Hip Fracture Preferred? - https://ryortho.com/

Nutritional Medicine - Mon, 2019-06-03 09:24
When Is Nonoperative Geriatric Hip Fracture Preferred?  https://ryortho.com/

Don't often hear about older hip fractures being done nonoperatively? That's because it doesn't happen so much. But when it does, how do patients fare?

Insects might be the key to making lab-grown meat take off - Fast Company

Nutritional Medicine - Mon, 2019-06-03 08:00
Insects might be the key to making lab-grown meat take off  Fast Company

Startups selling chips or protein bars made with crickets tout the environmental advantages of insects compared to raising cows or chickens. But the market for insects as food, while growing, is still tiny. A new study suggests that insects could enter mainstream diets another way: through lab-grown cells that could eventually be made into foods like faux shrimp or lobster. Unlike some startups that are working on creating foods like ultra-realistic, bioreactor-grown chicken nuggets or Wagyu beef from cells, the researchers aren’t trying to re-create insects. But insect cells, they say, are...

CVS Testing — And Yanking — Nutritional vitamins, Dietary supplements from Retailer Cabinets - Infosurhoy

Nutritional Medicine - Mon, 2019-06-03 07:40
CVS Testing — And Yanking — Nutritional vitamins, Dietary supplements from Retailer Cabinets  Infosurhoy

The company has been testing its products for contaminants as well as accuracy of their ingredient labels. Share on Pinterest CVS has removed 22 products ...

Ultra-processed food intake and the risk of cardiovascular disease | BMJ - MD Linx

Nutritional Medicine - Mon, 2019-06-03 05:21
Ultra-processed food intake and the risk of cardiovascular disease | BMJ  MD Linx

Family Medicine Article: Ultra-processed food intake and risk of cardiovascular disease: Prospective cohort study (NutriNet-Santé.

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