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When you are recovering from pancreatitis, your doctor may put you on a soft, bland diet. Expect to load up on foods like applesauce and scrambled eggs, and to avoid spicy foods.
Your diet is just as important as you age as it has been all your life, so don't let menopause be when you stop paying attention. Here are some key areas to focus on.
If you’re living with acid reflux or GERD, the ketogenic diet may make your symptoms worse.
Our bodies produce less collagen as we age, so there is a huge market for collagen supplements. But should you take them?
If you’re over the age of 40, your natural melatonin has slowed production. So why not turn to a melatonin supplement as a replacement? Well, for starters, there’s little evidence that shows its worth as a sleep aid.
This delicious dish omits ingredients like gluten and processed sugars, so it's perfect for people with rheumatoid arthritis or other inflammatory conditions.
Despite fast food restaurants’ attempts to provide healthier options, 74 percent of kids get unhealthy drinks or sides with their meals, according to a survey.
Other than natural Greek and “Greek-style” yogurts, most kinds of yogurt are high in added sugar and some contain more than the recommended daily amount.
Sugar-free chocolates and candies can be tempting when you have diabetes, but they can still affect your blood sugar — and they taste truly awful.
If you’re cutting down on your carb intake for blood sugar control, try these delicious diabetes friendly keto recipies.