Diet and Nutrition FAQs
Advice on how to help a patient with chronic conditions like diabetes and heart disease make dietary changes for the better.
Osteoporosis (brittle bones) is a common condition among older Americans. Learn how to fight osteoporosis by eating more of these ten common foods.
To fend off osteoporosis, be careful not only to eat the right foods but also to avoid the wrong ones. Here are six common foods that weaken bones.
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- Can Someone Who's Prediabetic Make Dietary Changes to Avoid Full-Blown Diabetes?
- What Can I Feed an Older Relative Who Has Difficulty Swallowing?
- What can I cook for my diabetic husband?
- What should diabetics cut out of eating and should they avoid carbohydrates?
- What can I do with my diet to increase my red blood count?
- How can I help my mother lose weight?
- Will vitamins help boost a low white blood count?
- What's the best diet for my diabetic father?
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- How can we keep Mom comfortable and relieve bone pain?
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