HOW DIET INFLUENCES: NUTRITION FOR WOMEN
- Women make the world a better place. // Functional Ingredients;Sep2012, Issue 122, p52
The article presents an interview with Sarah Sullivan, director of marketing at DSM, and Dan Souza, the senior director of sales and marketing at Decas Botanical Synergies LLC. When asked what is new or hot in the nutritional supplement for women's health sector, Sullivan says that the substance...
- DASH diet may help prevent heart failure. // Active Living: Newsletters;Jul2009, p13
The article reports on the confirmation by Swedish researchers that Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) may help prevent heart failure. This confirmation was based on the 36,000 women who participated on its cohort study of mammography. Researchers have investigated that those women...
- ask the doctor. Phelps, Kerryn // Australian Women's Weekly;Sep2005, Vol. 75 Issue 9, p181
Answers several questions on women's health. Information on adding salt to food; Possible causes of excess fluid around the heart; Suggestions for maintaining a healthy diet for people with CREST scleroderma.
- All Heart. FRIEDMAN, NICK // Scholastic Parent & Child;Feb2011, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p44
An interview with actress Felicity Huffman is presented. She says that raising awareness about women's heart is important as heart disease is the top killer of women. She emphasizes that women should go to the doctor and check their heart health. She stresses that she started eating a healthy...
- LIPOSUCTION: NO HEART SAVER. // Nutrition Action Health Letter;Sep2004, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p11
Reports on a study on the effect of liposuction on the risk of heart disease and diabetes in women. Amount of abdominal fat removed from the participants in the study; Role of diet and exercise in heart disease prevention.
- Women and heart disease. Nelson, Janet // Breckenridge American;2/20/2008, Vol. 119, p3
The author recommends ways for women to prevent heart problems before they start. She explains the dangers of smoking and the benefits of quitting smoking. Blood pressure can be controlled by losing weight, exercising regularly and eating a healthy diet. The author also recommends taking an...
- â€œMy Eureka! body momentâ€. Friedman, Alonna // Glamour;Mar2003, Vol. 101 Issue 3, p248
Focuses on the inspirations of women to stay healthy. Teases received for being caught eating leftovers; Effectiveness of a low-fat diet to lose weight; Fear for having a heart disease.
- OK, MOM, EAT YOUR CEREAL! // Medical Update;May2000, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p4
Reports on the advantages of breakfast cereals in decreasing coronary heart disease among women.
- Go Red for the holidays! Mowery, Maggie // Corridor Business Journal;12/6/2010, Vol. 7 Issue 20, p21
The author presents important facts that she learned from the Go Red for Women event including the availability of a free online heart disease risk assessment at the National Heart, Lung, & Blood Institute site and the celebration for Go Red for Women Month on February 6, 2011.