Unscrambling The Egg Debate
The Egg and Heart Health
By Lisa A. Davis
When choosing nutritious foods, eggs are a veritable gold mine. They are loaded with hard-to-obtain vitamins and minerals and rich in protein. But for decades, eggs were deemed unhealthy. In fact, they developed such a bad reputation that some people chose not to eat them. The medical community was concerned about their high cholesterol content,.
By Christina Bradshaw
Bone broth is everywhere these days and claims abound about its ability to heal creaking joints, brighten dull skin, and boost energy. But what is it really? It’s a time-tested cooking staple, says Kaayla T. Daniel, a nutritionist and co-author of Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashioned Remedy for the Modern World. “It’s a traditional food in every culture around the world,” notes Daniel. “If it’s a fad, it’s the longest.
By Kymberly Taylor
Doctors still do not know how to care for the brain, especially when dementia sets in. Help may be on the way. A study published in the January 2016 issue of Neurology suggests that a powerful protein in brain tissue may slow dementia and protect the brain from Alzheimer’s disease (AD). What’s more, the protein, called brain-derived.
By Cindy Huang
Metabolism slows and joints wear down with age, making it easier to gain weight and harder to lose it. But that doesn’t mean flat abs are out. In fact, Dale Barr, certified trainer and owner of d3 Fitness in Annapolis, says that “chances are you may have strong abs but they’re covered by a layer of fat.” To have visible abs one would most likely need their body fat to.