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New research published by the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that vitamin E can be amazingly effective in reducing symptoms of Alzheimer’s. This research was conducted at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center and lead by Dr. Maurice Dysken. Listen in as Darlene Kvist and Brenna Thompson are joined by Dr. Dysken to learn more about this ground-breaking study and the effects of vitamin E on Alzheimer’s patients.
What happens when people with chronic illness relapse from their recovery plan? What if you have heart disease and you relapse? Or what if you have obesity and you relapse? Why does relapse occur? Is it lack of support? Too many cravings? A plan that just doesn’t work? Explore the topic of relapse prevention as it relates to addiction and chronic disease with hosts Darlene Kvist, Kate Crosby and special guest Nancy Lindgren—a recovering alcoholic of 30 years.
Do you or someone you know suffer from migraines? On this episode of Dishing Up Nutrition, Lea and Katie share five foods that may be causing your migraines and reason why they trigger headaches.
The idea that a person can be addicted to food has recently gotten more support from science. Do you turn to food when you’re stressed? For most of us, what we eat 5-6 times a day can make a difference in our stress level and tendency toward food addiction. Listen in to learn what causes food addiction and what you can do about it with hosts Darlene Kvist and Katie Haarala.
Many people have sinus issues. Some are chronically congested, some have sinus pain and others have sinus headaches. Even with antibiotic treatment for sinus issues, many people’s problems continue to return. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic found that the most cases of chronic sinus problems are caused by an immune response caused from a fungus. Sinus flare ups are also related to food sensitivities. Learn more about these causes of sinus problems how you can combat the issues with hosts Darlene Kvist and Brenna Thompson.
Are you a parent of a child with ADHD (Attention Deficient/Hyperactivity Disorder)? If so, you are not alone. Five to 10 percent of children have ADHD and research has found that over two-thirds of them will continue to have ADHD as adults. There are many different types of and reasons for ADHD. Listen in as Darlene, Katie and JoAnn talk about what both kids and adults can do to feel and function better.
Low thyroid function is a complicated issue that can have many causes. On this episode of Dishing Up Nutrition, Brenna Thompson and Lea Wetzell focus on the importance of food choices and thyroid function.
Acne isn't just for kids any longer. On this episode of Dishing Up Nutrition Katie Haarala and Jennifer Barnes discuss the connections between your intestinal health and hormone balance to adult acne or skin irritations.
On this episode of Dishing Up Nutrition Darlene Kvist and Brenna Thompson discuss the latest research on Vitamin E and Alzheimer's.
Darlene Kvist and Kate Crosby welcome special guest Romaine Hanson to discuss what may be a new thought on how to manage anxiety and depression, using real-food nutrition.