Gluten-free diet depends on what’s eating you

‘Serve to Win’: Following the Novak Djokovic Diet

Whitney Jones of Midwest Gastroenterology Associates in Louisville, Ky. “It’s just sort of a phenomenon.” Some say being gluten-free eases digestive symptoms and makes them feel healthier. Some say it can help people with autism or attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder. And some hope it helps them lose weight. Doctors and dietitians are divided about who can benefit from going gluten-free beyond the 1 in 133 Americans with Celiac disease, which can lead to osteoporosis, thyroid disease or even cancer if left untreated. They also agree it can help people with Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity, a less severe immune response estimated to affect 18 million Americans, or 6 percent of the population. But there is less evidence that it helps in other instances, and experts generally say it’s not a good weight-loss strategy. “A well-balanced diet and exercise are the keys to weight control,” said Dr. Shawna Kauffman, a family medicine physician with Norton Healthcare. “At this point, I look at (going gluten-free for weight loss) as a fad diet.” Deborah Eck, a registered dietitian contracted with Norton, suggested that those adopting a gluten-free diet consult a dietitian or other medical professional to ensure they are eating well-balanced meals. Kauffman agreed.

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(Which actually happened with a particularly rude tortilla chip a few months ago, alas.) But fueled by seeds and oats and active biotic ingredients, I feel somewhat phenomenal. Theres none of my typical pre-morning slump, despite the absence of coffee, and as I gather my belongings to meet a friend and go grocery shopping I sense this signals the beginning of a brave, new era of gluten-free productivity. This feeling abates the instant muscle I begin collecting foodstuffs to prepare the rest of my meals, and begin to understand the benefit of being a multiple Grand Slam champion. Djokovics tennis earnings mean he doesnt feel the financial sting of those gluten-free ingredients as much as I, a freelancer combing through several overpriced organic food stores while weighing the cost-benefit between a $12 jar of almond butter and a $30 tin of manuka honey. Surely a teaspoon of almond butter cant make that much of a difference in my smoothie, can it? Still, Im able to make some smart decisions to give myself plenty to work with. Heres one revelation I find pretty amusing: the same brandmaker of one type of rice pasta sells a pound of shells for $4.59, while 12 ounces of penne comes in at $5.59. Apparently, the sense of shame that comes with eating pasta shapes made for children is worth a full dollars discount and four more ounces of food, though I clearly lack the pride to care. Jeremy Gordon Gluten-free pasta primavera Djokovics other big advantage comes from having a professional team to prepare this stuff for him.


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Diets through history: The good, the bad and the scary

1983: Jazzercise, founded in 1969 by professional dancer Judi Sheppard Missett, hits all 50 states.

1983: Jazzercise, founded in 1969 by professional dancer Judi Sheppard Missett, hits all 50 states. 1985: Harvey and Marilyn Diamond publish “Fit for Life,” which prohibits complex carbs and protein from being eaten during the same meal. 1987: In her memoir-slash-self-help book, “Elizabeth Takes Off,” actress Elizabeth Taylor advises dieters to eat veggies and dip each day at 3 p.m.

4 Terrible Diets to Avoid

Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Nikolas Chugay had seen the procedure done in Latin America, especially Venezuela, so he introduced it in the U.S. four years ago at a price of $2,000 a pop. Diet includes an exercise plan and a daily drink of 800 calories. Tube feeding diet Brides-to-be, want to squeeze into that strapless wedding gown in 10 days? One terrible diet scheme is the K-E Diet (short for Ketogenic Enternal Nutrition), which promises to help you drop weight quickly by being fed through a feeding tube. Through the tube, dieters are fed a carb-free mixture of protein, fat, and water, adding up to only 800 calories a day. Drunkorexia diet Basically, a diet based on alcohol and little else. Experts find that as many as one in six US college women skip meals to get drunk faster and “make room” for alcohol calories, with three times as many women reportedly engaging in what’s dubbed “drunkorexia” than men. The 6 Weeks to OMG Diet The diet calls for skipping breakfast, exercising first thing in the morning after drinking black coffee, then sitting in a cold bath to encourage the burning of stored fat until 10 a.m. Snacks and fruits are off limits, foods are protein-heavy and carbs can come from cola or broccoli.

Diet Doc Weight Loss Diets Introduces New Specially Formulated Magnesium Citrate to Gently Relieve Constipation While Dieting

This uncomfortable and sometimes painful condition occurs within the colon when the colon is unable to absorb enough water or the muscle contractions are not strong enough to push the stool toward the rectum. Constipation during dieting can hinder fast results causing the body to retain up to pound of fecal matter per day. Diet Docs new and specially formulated magnesium citrate works by attracting water through the tissues by a process known as osmosis. The additional water stimulates the bowel which provokes defecation. Dieters need to remember that it is important to drink plenty of water while dieting and while using magnesium citrate in order for the body to properly absorb the magnesium citrate. While following Diet Docs medical weight loss diets , increasing fecal volume safely with magnesium citrate can help with constipation and eliminate toxins that build up in the digestive tract. This supplement is highly recommended as a gentle laxative during the low calorie program. Benefiting from decades of scientific research, Diet Doc offers the nations most efficient, natural, and safe way to lose weight fast . Subsequent to a satisfactory medical evaluation and doctor consultation, certified nutritionists design weight loss diets that are high in fiber, low in fat and rich in essential nutrients while being compatible with each patients personal nutritional, lifestyle and medical needs.

Diets, intense workouts and body pressures: Ex-Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt on finding a healthy, happy lifestyle

“And because body image was so important – especially when you’re a dancer/singer/popstar – it meant my workouts gave me such a beating; they were so intense.” She added: “I was running for miles and miles and miles and only eating chicken breasts and vegetables. “[In the end] I just found I was living this life that was great fitness-wise, but I wasn’t finding enjoyment in any of it.” The Got To Dance judge explained that nowadays she lives a far healthier, happier lifestyle, but – like the rest of us – once battled with faddy diets to keep in tip-top shape. “I did give some diets a try, but I found that I just couldn’t implement them into my life,” she admitted. [ Kimberly Wyatt’s Marilyn moments WOWS the BAFTAs ] “It became that my life circled around the Atkins or the Body For Life or the Grapefruit Diet… but the problem was they just didn’t fit into my life.

Toward a Diet That Prevents Cancer

He lost 300 pounds through diet and exercise — now Ryan ‘Mac’ McDonald is racing after his dream

Ryan ‘Mac’ McDonald near his heaviest weight, 530 lbs. Through diet and exercise, he has dropped around 300 lbs. in the past three years.

(But that was the 80s , when carbs were good.)The guidelines since are increasingly based in research and evidence. They’ll continue to change as we learn more. They aren’t specifically meant to protect us from cancer; just to get us as healthy as possible. (USDA, 1980) So Dr. Hannah Arem and a team at the National Institutes of Health wanted to see if we’re on the right track. They calculated the Health Eating Indices (HEIs) of 537,218 people based on the guidelines (the2005 version, which hassince been lightly updated, in 2010), and then compared them to pancreatic cancer rates. 2,383 people ended up getting pancreatic cancer, but they were 15 percent less likely to get it if they had the highest HEIs as compared to the lowest.

The diet that saved Novak Djokovic


“It wasn’t, oh there are too many fast-food commercials on TV, or too many 32-ounce Doctor Peppers. “It took me 36 years to put 530 pounds on. Even though it came off fast in the big picture, I can’t just expect it to reverse.” As part of his races, Mac raises donations for the YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth to combat childhood obesity. He continues to share his journey on his Facebook page and as others discover his story, he wants to tell them that change is possible. “There are a lot of hurting people out there. I read some emails that just broke my heart, about giving up,” he said.


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Health Coverage for the Extended Family, Coming Soon?

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But experts expect insurance coverage options to broaden to meet growing demand from the so-called sandwich generation for their employers to offer coverage for more than their spouse and children. With competition fierce for employers to attract and retain highly-skilled workers, many are looking for ways to differentiate themselves from competitors and offering health benefits beyond the immediate family may be that secret sauce. The trend of workers taking care of aging parents is only expected to continue. According to the Pew Research Center, nearly half of adults in their 40s and 50s have a parent who is over the age of 65 and are either raising a young child or financially supporting a child 18 or older. About 1 in 7 middle-aged adults is providing financial support to both an aging parent and a child. Those numbers are evolving and will probably continue to grow as baby boomers continue to age, says Richardson. A recent survey by Grand Rounds, which provides employers and consumers with access to top doctors, found that 60% of U.S.

HHS awards $67 million to help uninsured sign up for health coverage

Federal health officials made the awards based on the numbers of uninsured in each state. States with the largest numbers of uninsured received significantly more funding than earlier projections. Florida received $7.8 million in grants, more than $2 million more than earlier forecasts. Texas group are receiving nearly $11 million, $2.7 million more than previous estimates.

Dr. Paul Inselman, Founder of the Inselman Institute and Leader in Growing Field of Enzyme Nutrition, Selects Simply the Best PR as Agency of Record

The Inselman Institute, based in Coral Springs, FL, successfully treats patients from all around the country with many conditions including female hormonal imbalance, chronic pain, bone problems, indigestion, fatigue, weight gain, poor sleep, neck pain, chronic congestion, and much more. Dr. Inselman uses natural, functional digestive nutritional testing and enzyme nutrition to pinpoint the perfect diet and exact supplements needed to restore homeostasis (balance). “Our targeted publicity campaign will position Dr. Paul Inselman as the leader in the enzyme nutrition field,” states Kim Morgan, President of Simply the Best PR. She adds, “We will reveal how enzyme nutrition presents a systematic approach to locating the nutritional stress in the body and address how those stress points are easily corrected with supplemental enzymes. Dr.

Fitness First to boost presence with GBP77.5 million investment

The plans also include expanding its presence in countries worldwide. GBP44 million of the investment would be used on renovating clubs and testing out new ideas. The GBP77.5 million investment follows a smaller investment of at least GBP20 million into the UK business earlier this year. “Investing at this level illustrates our confidence in the potential of our business and the international fitness industry, which is growing at over 5% a year. In addition to our recent GBP26 million investment to boost the quality of our UK clubs, we have our sights set on building on our strong position internationally,” said Andy Coslett, Fitness First CEO. The previous operators of Fitness First was BC partners, a private equity firm. BC Partners bought the chain for GBP1 billion in 2005.

Fitness-Enthusiast Coulla Pieri Shares Trainer Favorites

Fitness-Enthusiast Coulla Pieri Shares Trainer Favorites

Finding a moving meditation is a great way to practice instead of performing poses. Beginning with seated meditation helps my body to relax and my mind to calm and focus and intuition to take the wheel. Coulla Pieri Talks on Muscle Endurance and Power According to Coulla Pieri, Orangetheory Fitness claims to produce increased muscle endurance, power and stamina and weight loss. The gym operates in 144 locations and pushes participants hard.