Dietary polyphenols may regulate food intake due to potential effects on certain brain regions (hypothalamus),  nervous system (neuroregulators), adipose tissue, digestive system and metabolism related hormones (Ghrein, Leptin, and Insulin)

Polyphenols in your diet may regulate food intake

Polyphenols in your diet may regulate food intake Role of dietary polyphenols in food intake Frontier Voice of Nutrition Remarks (May 06, 2013) Print PDF of Polyphenols in your diet may regulate food intake Nalin Siriwardhana, Ph.D., interviewed Dr. Kiran Panickar, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD [...]

Mother’s milk is the First Choice for Feeding Preterm Infants

Mother’s milk is the First Choice for Feeding Preterm Infants Human milk is biologically, clinically and nutritionally most effective feeding mode for preterm infants Nutrition Remarks Health News Highlights (July 25, 2013) Written by Deeksha Sharma, Ph.D., Health News Writer for Nutrition Remarks, Solon, OH, USA Reviewed by Dr. Bertino Enrico Neonatal Unit, University of [...]

Optimal Nutrition for Low Birth Weight infants

Optimal Nutrition for Low Birth Weight infants Feeding guidelines to meet nutritional requirements of Small for Gestational Age (SGA) infants Health News Highlights of Nutrition Remarks (July 25, 2013) Written by Deeksha Sharma, Ph.D, Health News Writer for Nutrition Remarks, Solon, OH, USA Reviewed by Prof. David Tudehope, Mater Medical Research Institute, South Brisbane, Queensland,  [...]

Breastfeeding reduces the obesity risk in American Samoan Infants

Breastfeeding reduces the obesity risk in American Samoan Infants Breastfeeding slowed down the weight gain in overweight/obesity prone Samoan infants Nutrition Remarks Health News Highlights (July 24, 2013) Written by Deeksha Sharma, Ph.D, Health News Writer for Nutrition Remarks, Solon, OH, USA Reviewed by Dr. Hawley NL, International Health Institute, Department of Epidemiology, Brown University, [...]

Association between Breastfeeding Duration and Cognitive Development

Association between Breastfeeding Duration and Cognitive Development A dose-response relationship links longer duration of breastfeeding with better cognitive and motor development in children Nutrition Remarks Health News Highlights (June 21, 2013) Written by Deeksha Sharma, Ph.D., Health News Writer for Nutrition Remarks, Solon, OH, USA Reviewed by Jonathan Y. Bernard, Inserm, Center for research in [...]

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Mediterranean Diet May Reduce the Risk of Major Heart Diseases

Mediterranean Diet May Reduce the Risk of Major Heart Diseases A diet rich in Fruits, Nuts & olive oil can keep heart diseases at bay Health News Highlights of Nutrition Remarks (June 07, 2013) Written by Suhanki Rajapaksa, MBBS., Health News Writer for Nutrition Remarks, Solon, OH, USA. Reviewed by Dr. MA Martinez-González MD, PhD, [...]

The Gluten protein is mainly found in the endosperm of grain Kernel (seed)

Gluten free diet may help in diarrhea linked to irritable bowel syndrome

Gluten free diet may help in diarrhea linked to irritable bowel syndrome Gluten free diet may help in ameliorating the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome associated diarrhea in HLA DQ2/8 gene positive patients Health News Highlights of Nutrition Remarks (May 13, 2013) Print PDF of  Gluten free diet may help in diarrhea linked to irritable [...]

Relationship Between Obese Moms and Kids – epigenetics, home environment or both

Relationship Between Obese Moms and Kids – epigenetics, home environment or both?

Can moms’ healthy food and exercise habits make any difference? Frontier Voice of Nutrition Remarks (May 10, 2013) Print PDF of  Relationship Between Obese Moms and Kids †epigenetics home environment or both Nalin Siriwardhana, Ph.D., interviewed Dr. Kristi B. Adamo, PhD., Research Scientist and CIHR New Investigator, Director of HALO Research Laboratory at Children’s [...]

Dietary polyphenols may regulate food intake due to potential effects on certain brain regions (hypothalamus),  nervous system (neuroregulators), adipose tissue, digestive system and metabolism related hormones (Ghrein, Leptin, and Insulin)

Polyphenols in your diet may regulate food intake

Polyphenols in your diet may regulate food intake Role of dietary polyphenols in food intake Frontier Voice of Nutrition Remarks (May 06, 2013) Print PDF of Polyphenols in your diet may regulate food intake Nalin Siriwardhana, Ph.D., interviewed Dr. Kiran Panickar, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD [...]

Brain regions which displayed reduced activation eight hours after the consumption of the high protein breakfast

High Protein Breakfast May Help Energy Balance In Overweight Teen Girls

High Protein Breakfast  May Help Energy Balance In Overweight Teen Girls  Breakfast can alter appetite hormones and key brain regions Written by Nalin Siriwardhana, Ph.D, Editor In Chief for Nutrition Remarks, Solon, OH, USA Reviewed by Dr. Heather Leidy, PhD, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Nutrition & Exercise Physiology, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. USA Nutrition [...]

Intravenous, feeding tube and bottle feeding for a preterm infant at hospital

Children born preterm need expert nutritional care

Premature birth is associated with higher long-term chronic diseases risk Frontier Voice of Nutrition Remarks (April 12, 2013) Print PDF Children born preterm need expert nutritional care Nalin Siriwardhana, Ph.D., interviewed  Dr. Nicholas Embleton BSc, MD, FRCPCH from Newcastle Neonatal Service, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4LP, UK . Most preterm kids need [...]