Archive | March, 2009

BBC Science: Does eating fish make children smarter? (Double click picture to view)

11. March 2009

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Meet Tony the Chef

10. March 2009

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Meet Tony the Chef

Nutrition Wonderland would like to introduce you to a new column we will be featuring from time to time on the website called, Tony the Chef. Below, the Chef says hello - maybe you should say hello back.

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Has Cuba Cured Heart Disease? The Policosanol Story

9. March 2009

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Has Cuba Cured Heart Disease?  The Policosanol Story

Immediately after Castro came to power in 1959, the Cuban Institute for Research on Sugar Cane Derivatives (ICIDCA) was formed and began studying - as you might imagine from the name - products that could be derived from sugar cane. They found one compound - called policosanol - that showed promise. This is that compound's story.

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Cookingupastory.com: Abundant Life Farms, Pasture Raised Animals

8. March 2009

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Fructose, Insulin Resistance – Together At Last

6. March 2009

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Fructose, Insulin Resistance – Together At Last

Today, researchers from Yale announced new findings that demonstrate the mechanism by which the fructose sugars found in both refined table sugar and high fructose corn syrup cause a reduction in insulin sensitivity, a key stage in the development of both obesity and diabetes.

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Hammy the Hamster Organic Experiment

4. March 2009

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Finish Your Broccoli, Breathe A Little Easier

3. March 2009

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Finish Your Broccoli, Breathe A Little Easier

Research is now showing that greens might be particularly good for those who suffer from inflammatory diseases like asthma and allergies because a compound found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, kale, and horseradish can ramp up the body's natural way of suppressing those kinds of diseases when eaten.

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Improved Archives, New Horizons

3. March 2009

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Improved Archives, New Horizons

We have a new archive that can be sorted in 3 ways - you can see it here: http://nutritionwonderland.com/archives

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Integrative Medicine on Capitol Hill

2. March 2009

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Integrative Medicine on Capitol Hill

On Thursday, the US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions held a hearing called, Integrative Care: A Pathway to a Healthier Nation to assess how complementary medicine will be incorporated into President Obama's challenge for Congress to pass health care reform in 2009.

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