Eileen O'Grady, PhD, RN, NP, discusses the management of emotional eating and food addiction, the hunger scale, and the role of cognitive behavioral therapy in treating these conditions.
In a recent study, researchers examined the relationship between an anti-inflammatory diet and cognitive decline in community-dwelling older adults participating in the HELLIAD study.
In a recent noninferiority trial, researchers compared the efficacy of 2 popular weight loss regimens on weight management and diabetes risk markers in those with a history of gestational diabetes.
A 76-year-old woman was referred to our emergency department by her primary care provider out of concern for a severely low potassium level of 2.0 mEq/L.
The US Food and Drug Administration has released new goals for the food industry, in an effort to reduce sodium intake among the general population.
In this commentary, Diane Vizthum, a nutritionist from Johns Hopkins, outlines the research done on the ketogenic diet, whether it benefits heart health, and which patients may actually benefit from the diet.
In this slideshow, click through the case reports to brush up on cases involving malnourishment, including vitamin D deficiency and rickets.
In a recent study, researchers examined how often children and adults in the United States consumed processed and packaged snacks to better understand trends in junk food consumption.
More than 1.7 million people in the United States sustain a brain injury each year. In some cases, symptoms and long-term complications of a TBI may be improved with nutrition interventions, writes Anne Danahy, MS, RDN.
Although current dietary guidelines suggest limiting red meat intake in favor of white meat, a new study suggests that diets high in either red or white meat may have similar lipid and lipoprotein effects. Consultant360 discussed these findings with lead study author Ronald M. Krauss, MD.