Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder affecting the large intestine, causing cramps, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both. Patients talk about how they cope with IBS issues in the Mayo Clinic Connect Digestive Health group. https://mayocl.in/2LqIghn
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Early diagnosis will ultimately be essential in the management and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. Examination of Alzheimer’s biomarkers can improve the prediction of short-term memory decline in middle-age and elderly individuals, according to new research from Mayo Clinic. https://mayocl.in/2jWEj8f
The ONLY way, and I mean ONLY way- to promote groundbreaking research into cures is to move to a publicly funded model totally divorced from private sector investment until the final development stage. We need CURES, not endless, expensive, revenue-generating TREATMENTS. We have millions of brilliant young minds wanting to pursue lab-based research because it's a passion. They'a cheap and dedicated labor pool that has the capacity to devise cures if only there were reliable public funds to enable them to pursue non-revenue-tied research.
the cynic in me can't help but scoff at the idea of "early diagnosis" being the "ultimate" answer.to effectively treating Alzheimer's. "Early diagnosis" will help whatever marginally helpful treatments that Big Pharma concoct *seem* more effective than they are. Alzheimer;s and cancer are two of the diseases that demonstrate so clearly why a market-oriented healthcare system fails to incentivize cures and constantly promotes "long-term" treatments. In a publicly-funded system, researchers could pursue answers without direction form companies who want to ensure that whatever they're funding produces a long-term revenue stream-which is WHY we ALWAYS hear about chronic treatments and not cures. Market healthcare = need for interventions that produce long-term revenue streams, not one-off cures.
I wouldn't want to be diagnosed when there's no cure.
In my world, weekend overeating (and over-boozing) was ‘just what people did'. It felt good to let loose...until I got sick of the regret, guilt, bloating, and extra pounds. That's when I discovered the surprising *real* reason behind my Friday-to-Sunday gorging. Here are the 5...
Science aside, the key takeaway from this graphic is this: get beyond “good foods” and “bad foods”. Instead, ask: does this food ADD VALUE to my body? Does it nourish me and benefit me? Both potatoes and sweet potatoes can be a...
I would assume as well that glycemic load isn't really a big factor because people in general eat meals that have proteins and fat as well. People generally just don't eat a potato in isolation. They might have chicken/beef and possibly veggies as well. This would lower the glycemic load I would guess.
Potatoes in its skin precooked cooled then baked or sautéed is healthy, the nutritional value is 'just beneath its skin that's why it shouldn't be peeled
If you are diabetic, potatoes need to be very restricted. You only have to check your sugar levels to confirm this. Chicken beef and low carb veggies don't give you high readings.
So you want to be a great coach, maybe even a full-on “Super Coach”. But how do you evolve and grow when you don’t know… what you don’t know? The right mentor can make all the difference. Here’s how mentorship can improve your career —...