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     2  +1 2014 sep 14complex carbsNutritionMD.org :: Carbohydrates : Simple versus ComplexCarbohydrates : Simple versus Complex . Simple carbohydrates are sugars. All simple carbohydrates are made of just one or two sugar molecules. They are the  ...
     2  +2 2014 sep 07complex carbs likeComplex carbohydrates may be referred to as dietary starch and are made of sugar molecules strung together like a necklace or branched like a coil. They are  ...
     2  +1 2014 aug 05protein calorie malnutritionNutritionMD.org :: Protein - Calorie MalnutritionProtein - Calorie Malnutrition : Overview and Treatment. Protein - calorie malnutrition results in 2 similar but distinct diseases, marasmus and kwashiorkor.
     3  +1 2014 sep 26hypokalamia in pemNutritionMD.org :: Protein-Calorie MalnutritionIndividuals treated for protein-energy malnutrition are at risk for refeeding syndrome, in which hypophosphatemia, hypokalemia , and hypomagnesemia may lead ...
     3  +2 2014 sep 01complex carbohydrate foodsCarbohydrates: How Many Carbs Do I Need? ... Making Sense of Foods ... Complex carbohydrates are commonly found in whole plant foods and, therefore, are ...
     3  -1 2014 aug 29eating disorder deficienciesNutritionMD.org :: Eating Disorders : Nutritional ConsiderationsNutrition therapy is indicated for patients with eating disorders , including ... zinc, magnesium, and copper when assessed by diet history.19 Deficiencies are also  ...
     3  +1 2014 aug 26glycemic index gritsNutritionMD.org :: How to Choose Low GI Foods: The Four Food How to Choose Low GI Foods: What Factors Influence the GI of a Food? How to Choose Low GI Foods: The Four Food Groups and the Glycemic Index · How to Choose Low-GI ... High: white flour, most breads, most cold cereals, grits . red bean ...
     3  -1 2014 aug 19reducing stimulation for colicNutritionMD.org :: Infantile Colic : Diagnosis and TreatmentInfantile Colic : Nutritional Considerations ... A complete physical exam should be performed, and colic should be a ... Reduction of stimulation may be helpful.
     4  +2 2014 aug 07types of fiberNutritionMD.org :: Understanding Fiber: Two Types of FiberUnderstanding Fiber: Two Types of Fiber . There are two types of fiber : soluble and insoluble. It's important to have both in your diet, and, luckily, most fiber–rich  ...
     4  +1 2014 aug 05patient teaching nutritionNutritionMD.org :: Basic Diet Orders: Teaching Patients Good Health Basic Diet Orders: Teaching Patients Good Health Practices · Helping Patients Adopt ... NutritionMD » Health Care Providers » General Nutrition . Health Care ...
     5  +4 2014 sep 03benefits of fiberNutritionMD.org :: Understanding Fiber: Health Benefits of FiberUnderstanding Fiber: Health Benefits of Fiber . Understanding Fiber. Fiber, which used to be called "roughage," is only found in foods from plants, such as beans, ...
     5  -1 2014 aug 31acne risk factorsNutritionMD.org :: Acne Vulgaris: Risk Factors and DiagnosisAcne Vulgaris: Risk Factors and Diagnosis. Risk Factors . Cosmetics. Skin and hair products that contain oils or dyes can exacerbate acne lesions. Water–based  ...
     6  -4 2014 sep 02what are complex carbs
     7  ~ 2014 sep 24nutrition psoriasisNutritionMD.org :: Psoriasis : Nutritional ConsiderationsPsoriasis : Nutritional Considerations. Dietary strategies are aimed at eliminating inciting factors, reducing inflammation, and limiting calories . Fasting, low-calorie  ...
     7  +2 2014 aug 22four food groupsNutritionMD.org :: The New Four Food GroupsWhat foods make up a healthy diet? There are four basic healthful food groups : bowtie pasta Whole grains, such as rice, oats, corn, or pasta, are great for energy  ...
     7  +2 2014 aug 21nutrition for hypothyroidNutritionMD.org :: Hypothyroidism : Nutritional ConsiderationsHypothyroidism : Nutritional Considerations. Genetic factors apparently account for approximately 80% of the risk for autoimmune thyroid disease , leaving a role ...
     8  -1 2014 sep 28respiratory health supplementsUpper Respiratory Infection: Nutritional Considerations - NutritionMDUpper Respiratory Infection: Nutritional Considerations ... mainly been identified in clinical trials of nutrient supplements , rather than in trials of therapeutic diets.
     8  -1 2014 sep 07health benefits of fiber
     8  +1 2014 sep 02alicia silverstone tofu recipeNutritionMD.org :: Tasty Tostadas from Alicia SilverstoneCelebrity Vegetarian Recipes · NutritionMD ... Tasty Tostadas from Alicia Silverstone . Alicia Silverstone ... Tofu cream is a great condiment. It's delicious on  ...
     8  +6 2014 aug 31nutrition for depressionNutritionMD.org :: Depression and Anxiety: Nutritional ConsiderationsDepression and Anxiety: Nutritional Considerations. Diet may influence mood in several ways. Certain amino acids and other nutrients act as cofactors in the ...
     8  +3 2014 aug 22nutrition for parkinsonsNutritionMD.org :: Parkinson's Disease: Nutritional ConsiderationsNutritional links to Parkinson's disease have been identified, although the mechanisms explaining these associations are not entirely clear. Nutritional Factors in ...
     9  +3 2014 oct 1221 day vegan kickstart orgNutritionMD. org :: NutritionMD Home21 - Day Vegan Kickstart Get ready to kickstart your health >>. Vegetarian ... American Dietetic Association endorses vegetarian diets for every stage of life >> .
     9  +3 2014 sep 14supplements for respiratory healthHealth Care Providers Section ... Upper respiratory infections are caused not simply by the presence of an invading microorganism, but ... mainly been identified in clinical trials of nutrient supplements , rather than in trials of therapeutic diets.
     9  -1 2014 sep 12tomato giHow to Choose Low GI Foods: What Factors Influence the GI of a Food? ... broccoli, tomatoes , onions, mushrooms, and most other vegetables are low GI foods.
     9  -1 2014 aug 23how much fiberUnderstanding Fiber: How Much Fiber Do You Need? - NutritionMDEstimating the Fiber in Foods: Quick Fiber Check · Understanding Fiber : ... Understanding Fiber : Sources of Insoluble and Soluble Fiber · Understanding Fiber : ...
     10  ~ 2014 sep 06high in caloriesNutritionMD.org :: How to Spot a High - Calorie FoodLow in fiber or have no fiber: If a food contains no fiber, it is probably too high in calories . Dairy products, meat, and eggs contain no fiber. As a simple rule of ...
     10  -3 2014 aug 16gout nutrition therapyNutritionMD.org :: Gout : Nutritional ConsiderationsGout is a treatable disease that often responds well to a combination of diet therapy and medication. Loss of excess weight may enhance treatment by improving ...
     10  +1 2014 aug 08liver cirrhosis dietNutritionMD.org :: Cirrhosis : Nutritional ConsiderationsMalnutrition, a common complication in liver cirrhosis , is associated with poorer outcome. Consequently, a diet that provides 25 to 40 kcal/kg body weight a day ...
     10  +1 2014 jul 17does oatmeal have fiberUnderstanding Fiber : How Much Fiber Do You Need? - NutritionMDUnderstanding Fiber : Sources of Insoluble and Soluble Fiber · Understanding ... So you can see we have a long way to go. Here's a ... 1 cup oatmeal , 4 grams.
     11  +11 2014 sep 05fiber typeNutritionMD.org :: Understanding Fiber : Two Types of FiberUnderstanding Fiber : Two Types of Fiber . There are two types of fiber : soluble and insoluble. It's important to have both in your diet, and, luckily, most fiber –rich  ...
     11  ~ 2014 aug 19diet for liver cirrhosis
     11  +1 2014 aug 18renal diet guidelinesEnd-Stage Renal Disease: Nutritional Considerations - NutritionMDNutritional status should be assessed, and every patient with ESRD should receive a diet plan . ESRD patients on dialysis may spontaneously reduce protein  ...
     11  -5 2014 aug 04folate treatment cervical cancerNutritionMD.org :: Cervical Cancer : Nutritional ConsiderationsCervical Cancer : Diagnosis and Treatment · Cervical Cancer : Treatment ... certain micronutrients on HPV infection, particularly carotenoids (both vitamin A and ...
     11  +4 2014 jul 27peptic ulcer dietNutritionMD.org :: Gastritis and Peptic Ulcer Disease: Nutritional Gastritis and Peptic Ulcer Disease: Nutritional Considerations. For decades, doctors have recommended dietary adjustments aimed at preventing or treating ...
     11  +14 2014 jul 19vitamin deficiency symptoms chartNutritionMD.org :: Micronutrients in Health and Disease - Table 2Table 2: Vitamin Functions, Deficiency Diseases,Toxicity Symptoms , and Dietary Reference Intakes*. Vitamin . Functions/Roles in metabolism. Deficiency  ...
     11  +5 2014 jul 18fight uterine cancerNutritionMD.org :: Endometrial Cancer : Nutritional ConsiderationsEndometrial Cancer : Nutritional Considerations. As with many cancers, the risk for uterine cancers appears to be associated with greater intakes of foods found ...
     12  -1 2014 aug 10build immunity through nutritionStrengthening Immune Function: Build Your Immunity - NutritionMDPhysical activity also allows the release of toxic by-products in your lungs via deep ... Here are some other tips to strengthen your immune system with diet :.
     12  +4 2014 jul 17list of complex carbs
     13  -7 2014 sep 02examples of complex carbohydrates
     13  +15 2014 aug 22congestive heart failure dietNutritionMD.org :: Heart Failure : Nutritional ConsiderationsHeart Failure: Nutritional Considerations. Diet therapy for congestive heart failure chiefly involves restriction of excess sodium and fluid, which can overburden ...
     13  -9 2014 jul 23protein energy malnutritionNutritionMD.org :: Protein -Calorie MalnutritionProtein -calorie malnutrition results in 2 similar but distinct diseases, marasmus and kwashiorkor. Marasmus is defined simply as chronic deprivation of energy  ...
     13  +3 2014 jul 17complex carbohydrates list
     14  ~ 2014 oct 04sugar free sweetenersNutritionMD.org :: Understanding “ Sugar - free ” SweetenersUnderstanding “ Sugar – free ” Sweeteners . If you have a sweet tooth, your healthiest option is to choose naturally sweet whole foods such as strawberries, ...
     14  -3 2014 aug 18herbs to flush alcoholNutritionMD.org :: Alcoholic and Toxic Liver DiseaseCommon culprits include alcohol , illicit drugs, medications, herbs , and dietary ... in flushing upon alcohol intake, which may create an aversion to alcohol use.
     14  +11 2014 aug 03carbs vs sugarCarbohydrates : Simple versus Complex. Simple carbohydrates are sugars . All simple carbohydrates are made of just one or two sugar molecules. They are the  ...
     14  +6 2014 jul 22neutrition kidney failureEnd-Stage Renal Disease : Nutritional Considerations - NutritionMDEnd-Stage Renal Disease : Nutritional Considerations. Nutrition -related concerns include maintenance of acceptable weight and serum proteins (eg, albumin), ...
     15  -9 2014 sep 01complex carbohydrate examplesCarbohydrates : Simple versus Complex . Simple carbohydrates are sugars . All simple carbohydrates are made of just one or two sugar molecules. They are the  ...
     15  -2 2014 aug 10sugar free sweetners
     15  -2 2014 aug 03list of simple carbohydratesCarbohydrates: Simple versus Complex. Simple carbohydrates are sugars. All simple carbohydrates are made of just one or two sugar molecules. They are the  ...
     16  -1 2014 aug 17high calorie foodsHere are some useful ways to spot high - calorie foods that can sabotage your weight-loss efforts. High - calorie foods are: 1. Low in fiber or have no fiber: If a food ...
     16  -3 2014 jul 30list of complex carbohydrates
     16  +17 2014 jul 29animal vs humanNutritionMD.org :: Breastfeeding: Human Milk versus Animal MilkBreastfeeding: Human Milk Versus Animal Milk. Milk from cows and goats is quite different in composition than human breast milk and, therefore, should not be ...
     16  -7 2014 jul 28burn victim recovery supplementsNutritionMD.org :: Burns : Nutritional ConsiderationsNutritional support is a key component of burn care. ... losses exceeding 10% are associated with significantly poorer outcome, including impaired immunity and delayed healing .6 ... Additional vitamin–mineral supplements may be indicated.
     16  +4 2014 jul 27how many carbsNutritionMD.org :: Carbohydrates: How Many Carbs Do I Need?Typically, about three-fourths of your daily calories should come from carbohydrates . There is no need to calculate your carbohydrate intake (unless you are ...
     16  -4 2014 jul 18grean tea ane miaNutritionMD.org :: Iron Deficiency Anemia : Nutritional ConsiderationsIron Deficiency Anemia : Risk Factors, Diagnosis, and Treatment
     16  -2 2014 jul 16diet for chronic pancreatitisNutritionMD.org :: Pancreatitis : Nutritional ConsiderationsDiet may also have an important role after diagnosis. Dietary recommendations differ, depending on whether the condition is acute or chronic . Acute Pancreatitis .
     17  -5 2014 aug 28high calorie food
     17  +6 2014 aug 24beignet de bananeNutritionMD.org :: Beignet de Banane FlambéBeignet de Banane Flambé. Makes 6 servings. 1 water 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 1/4 cup potato starch 2 tablespoons peanut or sunflower oil 6 bananas, cut in ...
     17  +2 2014 aug 22immune boosting foodsStrengthening Immune Function: Choose Immune - Boosting FoodsStrengthening Immune Function: Choose Immune - Boosting Foods . When trying to build immunity, consider these three categories: vitamins, minerals and ...
     17  +9 2014 aug 18types of fatNutritionMD.org :: Fats: Types of FatFats come in different types . While you will want to keep them all low in your diet, it is useful to know that different fats affect your health differently. First, let's ...
     17  +13 2014 aug 15symptoms of menopauseNutritionMD.org :: Vasomotor Symptoms of MenopauseVasomotor Symptoms of Menopause : Overview and Risk Factors. At menopause, a woman's ovaries stop producing eggs, her body produces less estrogen and ...
     17  -5 2014 aug 13consumers of depression pillsNutritionMD.org :: Depression and AnxietyConsumers ' Section ... Depression and Anxiety: Overview and Risk Factors ... Medications : Drugs associated with anxiety include bronchodilators (e.g., ...
     18  +83 2014 sep 05highest calorie foods
     18  +9 2014 aug 23benefits of soyNutritionMD.org :: Understanding Soy Foods: Possible Benefits of Understanding Soy Foods: Possible Benefits of Eating Soy Foods. Many people are including soy foods in their diets because of their reputed health benefits :.
     18  -1 2014 aug 19carbs in potatoesCarbohydrates : How Many Carbs Do I Need? Choosing Carbohydrates Wisely ... Starchy vegetables such as potatoes , sweet potatoes , corn, and pumpkin ...
     18  -1 2014 aug 17renal diet restrictionsThe recommended dietary protein intake for clinically stable maintenance ... Although many patients may not achieve a therapeutic degree of sodium restriction , ...
     18  -2 2014 jul 29gallbladder stones dietNutritionMD.org :: CholelithiasisCholelithiasis, or gallstones , is a common syndrome in which hard stones ... which generally occurs after eating a large meal and may radiate to the back, right ...
     19  -8 2014 aug 20bone loss productNutritionMD.org :: Promoting Lifelong Bone Health: Limiting Bone LossMinimizing this loss is a smart strategy for protecting bones . ... Animal products — meat, fish, eggs, and cheese among others—make the blood more acidic.
     20  -6 2014 sep 30diet for gastritisFor decades, doctors have recommended dietary adjustments aimed at preventing or treating symptoms of gastritis and PUD. Common suggestions have  ...
     20  +7 2014 sep 11source of macro nutrientNutritionMD.org :: Macronutrients in Health and DiseaseToo little or too much of any of these macronutrients may result in poor health and a ... Protein is also the second largest source of stored energy (second to fat ...
     20  +6 2014 aug 24gastric ulcer diet
     20  +2 2014 aug 07low gi vegetablesLow: Green leafy vegetables , broccoli, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, and most other vegetables are low GI foods. High: White potatoes and parsnips are two of ...
     20  +14 2014 jul 19glycemic load tomatoThe Four Food Groups and the Glycemic Index - NutritionMDHow to Choose Low GI Foods: The Four Food Groups and the Glycemic Index ... Low: Green leafy vegetables, broccoli, tomatoes , onions, mushrooms, and most ...
     21  -3 2014 sep 03pumpkin spice muffinsNutritionMD.org :: Pumpkin Spice MuffinsPumpkin Spice Muffins . Makes 10 muffins. These moist and delicious fat-free muffins are great for breakfast or afternoon snack. 2 cups whole-wheat flour or ...
     21  -4 2014 aug 19best complex carbs
     21  +80 2014 aug 07how to treat gastritisGastritis and Peptic Ulcer Disease: Diagnosis and TreatmentGastritis and Peptic Ulcer Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment . Diagnosis. The evaluation begins with a medical history and a physical examination. Blood testing ...
     21  -7 2014 aug 01diabetes mellitus dietNutritionMD.org :: Diabetes Mellitus : Nutritional ConsiderationsDiabetes Mellitus : Nutritional Considerations. Prevention: Type 1 Diabetes. Dietary factors that may influence the risk of type 1 diabetes have been under ...
     22  -1 2014 sep 14physicians committee for responsible medicineNutritionMD.org :: NutritionMD HomeOffers nutrition information and advice for specific medical conditions for consumers and health care providers. Operated by the Physicians Committee for  ...
     22  +5 2014 aug 29diet for rheumatoid arthritisNutritionMD.org :: Rheumatoid Arthritis : Nutritional ConsiderationsA body of evidence indicates that patients who follow vegan or vegetarian diets may experience significant improvement in rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.
     22  +7 2014 aug 23symptoms for menopauseVasomotor Symptoms of Menopause : Overview and Risk Factors. At menopause , a woman's ovaries stop producing eggs, her body produces less estrogen and ...
     22  +2 2014 aug 08high glycemic vegetablesLow: Green leafy vegetables , broccoli, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, and most other vegetables are low GI foods. High : White potatoes and parsnips are two of ...
     22  +2 2014 aug 04atypical migraine symptomsNutritionMD.org :: MigraineMigraines with motor symptoms are classified as familial or sporadic ... Aura without headache (acephalgic migraine or “ atypical migraine ”) may also occur.
     22  +35 2014 jul 18diet for pancreatitisAlcohol use, smoking, body weight, diet , genetic factors, and medications all affect the risk of developing pancreatitis . Diet may also have an important role after ...
     23  +10 2014 jul 19immunity boosting foods
     23  +1 2014 jul 19immune boosting diet
     24  +5 2014 sep 08fruits migraine triggersNutritionMD.org :: Migraine : Nutritional ConsiderationsAvoidance of foods found to trigger migraine can reduce or eliminate ... eggs, citrus fruits , meat, wheat, nuts and peanuts, tomatoes, onions, corn, apples, and ...
     24  +77 2014 sep 04breast feed animalsNutritionMD.org :: Breastfeeding : Human Milk versus Animal MilkBreastfeeding : Human Milk Versus Animal Milk. Milk from cows and goats is quite different in composition than human breast milk and, therefore, should not be ...
     24  +7 2014 aug 21symptons of menopause
     24  +6 2014 aug 15supplements for kidney diseaseNutritionMD.org :: Chronic Kidney Disease : Nutritional ConsiderationsPatients with kidney disease frequently have risk factors for atherosclerosis, ... Thus, for kidney disease patients not on kidney dialysis, supplementation with 5 ...
     24  -8 2014 aug 09coffee and ulcersCommon suggestions have included avoiding spicy foods, coffee , and ... Diet may moderate the risk for gastritis or peptic ulcer through acting on H pylori, among ...
     24  -2 2014 aug 01china black rice breadNutritionMD.org :: Fresh Fruit Salad and Black China Rice Bread Fresh Fruit Salad and Black China Rice Bread from Persia White. Persia White I don't like to feel weighed down and I don't always have much time to spend in ...
     24  +27 2014 jul 23mexican corn saladNutritionMD.org :: Mexican Corn SaladMexican Corn Salad . Makes 6 servings. 1 15-ounce can corn, drained 1 large cucumber, peeled and diced 1/2 cup finely chopped red onion 1 medium red bell  ...
     24  -1 2014 jul 19gastritis foods to avoidFor decades, doctors have recommended dietary changes to prevent or treat gastritis and ulcers. Common suggestions have included avoiding spicy foods , ...
     25  +2 2014 oct 02symptom of menopause
     25  +76 2014 aug 26lower esophageal sphincterNutritionMD.org :: Gastroesophageal Reflux DiseaseThe pathophysiology involves defective lower esophageal sphincter function, due to inappropriate sphincter relaxation. This condition may be exacerbated by  ...
     25  +10 2014 aug 13diet for ckd patientPatients with CKD frequently have risk factors for atherosclerosis (hypertension, ... The right kind of diet , as described below, can help control blood pressure, ...
     25  -6 2014 aug 03tea and ironNutritionMD.org :: Iron Deficiency Anemia: Nutritional ConsiderationsIron Deficiency Anemia: Risk Factors, Diagnosis, and Treatment ... Tea , coffee, and cocoa should not be consumed with meals in patients with iron deficiency ...
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