Oh my. The press are at it again. Scaring the bejesus out of everyone for clickbait. In case you missed it, a new study published in the International Journal of Epidemiology (IJE), concluded that "high intakes of dairy milk were associated [italics added for emphasis] with greater risk of breast cancer, when adjusted for soy… Continue reading No, Drinking Milk Does Not Cause Breast Cancer
This week is Canadian Malnutrition Awareness Week. The Canadian Malnutrition Task Force started this annual campaign to educate healthcare professionals on early identification and treatment of malnutrition, educate the public on the importance of discussing their nutrition with healthcare professionals, and to increase awareness of the important role nutrition plays in patient recovery. As a… Continue reading Five Ways to Help Older Adults Improve Their Nutrition
About a month ago I finally got around to getting my haircut. This is a big deal being a new mom and it was the first time I’ve been to a salon in over a year. While I was waiting for my appointment, I noticed something different about the lobby of the salon since the last… Continue reading Collagen Supplements: Are They Worth the Hype?
I finally got around to reading that egg study that everyone’s been talking about from the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). If you didn’t hear about it, it has been covered quite a bit in the media since it’s release just over a week ago. The study has prompted a re-hash of the… Continue reading Dietary Cholesterol and Eggs: What You Need to Know