They Are Incredibly Aggravating.

I do get asked that a lot. One reporter joked that maybe I was secretly in love with her. Thats not the case. We seem to be in a unique period in cultural history where we have more tolerance for pseudoscience and what I call bunk. This has made room for celebrities to step in. Gwyneth is an icon in the world of fashion and a movie star, but increasingly, her brand is dispensing health advice. There is a plague of celebrity culture in the area of health and science, and Gwyneth is really the queen of this realm. Truly maddening. The bra myth? Bad, unscientific breast cancer advice frm Gwyneth Paltrow. https://t.co/FbgCwImFY3 @beaconpressbks #bunk Timothy Caulfield (@CaulfieldTim) October 28, 2015 What about celebrity physicians like Dr. Mehmet Oz, who touts unproven weight loss pills, and Dr. Deepak Chopra, who suggests that quantum healing and happy thoughts can cure cancer? They are incredibly aggravating. The quantum thing is hilarious. When doctors like Oz and Chopra provide such advice, its more problematic because of their legal and ethical obligations as physicians. They are viewed as being more trustworthy thats why you saw the tremendous pushback Oz got [from fellow physicians last year]. Because theyre physicians, theyre held to a higher standard, and I think they should be. Katy Perry swears by what she calls the vitamin LYFE. Do you really think people should stop taking vitamins?

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Cooking Without Gluten Can Be A Huge Life Adjustment For People, But It Can Be Tasty.

The worst thing they can do is go on the diet, said Lee Graham, the executive director of the New England Celiac Organization. They need to have a blood test to see if in fact the antibodies are there. If you start the gluten-free diet, your antibodies go down. Blood work is needed to see if someone has celiac, which can lead to a biopsy of the small intestines. There is no way to see if a person is simply gluten intolerant outside of changing their diet. The test looks for the tissue transglutaminase antibody. If it comes back positive, the person may have celiac, Johnson said. Recommendations for staying true to gluten-friendly diet Sticking to a diet is the only treatment. A gluten-free diet is the only treatment for these conditions, so its incredibly important, White said. Celiac cases must not consume any gluten whatsoever or risk damage. With intolerance, you can be more flexible and depends on the symptoms and the patient. Many can tolerate gluten in small doses without experiencing symptoms. While everyones diet is different, White said fruits, vegetables, lean protein, whole grains, and healthy fats are gluten-free choices. Grains such as rice and quinoa are naturally gluten free, she added. They really need to sit down with a registered dietician that knows something about it, Meade said. Cooking without gluten can be a huge life adjustment for people, but it can be tasty. White has a series of recipes she offers for people who cant have gluten on her website, DanaWhiteNutrition.com . Recipes include quinoa stuffed peppers, pork fried rice, cod and vegetables, and a banana date smoothie. Finding support with others with the issue in the community I was diagnosed (with celiac) 12 years ago and 12 years ago (was a) different landscape than it is now, said Lisa Tureotte, a former Middletown resident and former co-chair of the Greater New Haven Celiac Group.

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We Still Dont Have Large Population-based Studies That Show Cost Effectiveness By Decreasing The Age To 40 Years, Gurudu Said.

She underwent multiple tests every month, for four months, before she got the answer. She had Stage 4 colon cancer. And she was given six months to live. By the time they had found my cancer it had spread to my lungs and my liver, said Newcomer. She was 35 years old. A new study in Cancer journal proposes colon cancer screenings could begin at age 40 or 45. Colon cancer screening guidelines recommend initiating screenings at 50 years old, but the percentage of cancer cases in younger patients is increasing. In less than 15 years, the colon cancer rate will increase by 90 percent in people 20 to 34 years old, according to a study published in JAMA Surgery. Young adults were more likely to be diagnosed with an advanced-stage of the disease, according to Cancer journal. Several surgeons who conducted the study said that shows the recommended age for screening needs to be younger than current guidelines. Newcomer agreed. She said she kept telling doctors to examine her for possible colon cancer. She told them her father was diagnosed with colon cancer when he was 46. Doctors told her she was too young to get colon cancer. Screenings for those with a family history of colon cancer, like Newcomer, is recommended at age 40, a decade younger than those without a family history. I let my doctors tell me that I was fine, Newcomer said. They kept saying I was crazy and there was nothing wrong with me. Dr. Suryakanth Gurudu, a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, while not specifically addressing Newcomers case, said getting tested early is recommended if patients have colon cancer in their family history. Patients with first degree family members, that includes, parents, sisters and brothers, should undergo a colonoscopy at age 40. But he does not agree with a proposal by a group of surgeons writing in Cancer journal to lower the age for a colon screening to age 40 or 45. We still dont have large population-based studies that show cost effectiveness by decreasing the age to 40 years, Gurudu said. It may hurt or it may benefit people between 40 to 50 years of age. He suggests that a less invasive approach, such as stool DNA, may be an option instead of an expensive procedure like a colonoscopy. Insurance does not always cover the full cost of a colonoscopy if the patient is younger than 40, is not considered high risk or does not have symptoms, according to Colon Cancer Alliance. Like many cancers, colon cancer can strike with or without a family history. Janelle Hill, a cancer survivor who chairs the Phoenix chapter of Colon Cancer Alliance, was diagnosed at 35 years old. Hill said she believes the recommended age for screenings should be lowered.

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Its A Lot Like People Taking Probiotics To Bolster Beneficial Bacteria In Their Own Bodies And Promote A Healthy Immune System, Towers Said.

At the larger of the two greenhouses, the crops grow under high-tech lighting and state-of-the-art greenhouse glass imported from Germany. Some of the crops in the 15,000-square-foot structure are destined for a 1-acre outdoor grow plot at the rear of the greenhouse building designed to replicate a farm environment. One of the research fields we will work on is crop efficiency, where we look at microbes grown in concert with crops in a symbiotic relationship, said Nate Royalty, director of invertebrate and pathogen biology at Bayer. The result will be an increasing yield or stress tolerance for crops. UC Davis entomologist Frank Zalom sees the rise of biopesticides, which are derived from plants, bacteria, protozoans and minerals, as a positive development for farmers and for pesticide producers. Because of health risks, companies are having a harder time receiving government permission to produce conventional pesticides. The market for these things will increase because its easier to register them than conventional pesticides, Zalom said. Its getting harder and harder to register conventional pesticides, and there are not many new categories of pesticides being developed at this time. Bayers research should be viewed with some caution, said Paul Towers, a policy specialist with the Pesticide Action Network, an international advocacy group that tracks pesticide use. Some of the chemicals used in Bayer Crop Sciences products like those in its biopesticide seed applications have been linked to bee colony collapse. There is also a concern with the potential for doing more harm than good by mixing biopesticides with hazardous pesticides, Towers said. But the growing interest in biopesticides is a welcome development, he said. Its a lot like people taking probiotics to bolster beneficial bacteria in their own bodies and promote a healthy immune system, Towers said. “Bayers track record should be cause for concern, but supplementing with biologicals is a move in the right direction. Many organic farmers already treat their soil with biopesticides. Researchers are looking at how to make the microbes tightly targeted to certain crops and to make them degrade quickly in soil. The idea that we can try naturally occurring microbes in the ecosystem around crop roots for the benefit of farmers? Thats a relatively new concept, Royalty said. The companys interest in biopesticides stems from a successful product it already produces called Votivo, which is a bioinsecticide applied to seeds.

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Sometimes The Good Bacteria In The Gut Die When You Get An Illness (such As The Flu) Or Take Antibiotics.

A healthy adult colon is about six feet long and works to remove water from waste material before it leaves the body, as well as helping remove toxins and absorbing various vitamins and nutrients into the bloodstream. Importance of good bacteria Our colons are full of good bacteria. In fact, approximately 100 trillion organisms call our bowels home. These bacteria in the gut fulfill a variety of important functions, such as aiding digestion, stimulating cell growth, blocking the growth of harmful bacteria, training the immune system to respond to disease-causing pathogens and defending against some diseases. Sometimes the good bacteria in the gut die when you get an illness (such as the flu) or take antibiotics. When the good bacteria are killed, it upsets the balance in your colon, which results in diarrhea, since your colon cant absorb water as it normally does. It can also cause an upset stomach. A healthy colon Bacteria are part of our normal intestinal environment and serve a very useful and vital purpose in our everyday body function. To make sure your colon is healthy and working at its full potential, here are some habits to keep in mind: Focus on probiotics, such as yogurt. Eat plenty of prebiotics, such as whole grains, onions, garlic, leeks and artichokes. Eat plenty of fiber (aim for 20-25 grams daily). Avoid fatty food. Dont hold bowel movements. Drink water and other fluids for adequate hydration. Exercise regularly. Get a colonoscopy screening if one is advised by your physician. Dr. Sara Worden is a colorectal surgeon with The Everett Clinic. For more about her and her practice: everettclinic.com/worden .

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Disordered Eating Includes Various Types Of Unhealthy Relationships With Food, But Is Not As Severe As An Eating Disorder.

When they are incorporated as rules with the mentality that you are not allowed to have a certain type of food, this may lead to a form of disordered eating, such as following the guidelines too strictly in such a way that it has a negative impact. To clarify a common point of confusion, there is a difference between eating disorders and disordered eating. Disordered eating includes various types of unhealthy relationships with food, but is not as severe as an eating disorder. An eating disorder refers to a diagnosed mental illness which consumes the individuals thoughts and life. Disordered eating can often lead to an eating disorder. An eating disorder is not just a phase; the consequences of an eating disorder can lead to severe physical and emotional health issues, including heart disease and death. You may be surprised to know that eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness. There are several misconceptions regarding the treatment of eating disorders, one being that the focus of treatment is food itself. In reality, eating disorders are almost always about much more than just the food, and are accompanied by a lot of mental and emotional distress. February 21-27 is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and the theme this year is the importance of early intervention and screenings. For more information on eating disorders, the National Eating Disorder Association offers multiple resources at www.nationaleatingdisorders.org , including a screening tool available at www.mybodyscreening.org . So, with all of this information in mind, how can you make healthy choices during American Heart Month and beyond? Here are a few tips: 1. Listen to your body Your body has cues for hunger and thirst that may take practice to recognize if you have been ignoring them for a while. It might mean eating more or less, depending on the day, and may be helpful to pay attention to your body in how youre responding to stress, as well. 2. Savor each bite The more you enjoy your food, the more likely you are to actually taste it, and decide whether or not you truly like it. This makes the eating experience more pleasant, and will also help you to slow down and listen to your body. Page 2 of 2 – 3. Enjoy the experience Many forms of social gatherings are organized around food, as food is a way people are often able to connect. Food may be a main highlight of the celebration, but focusing on it too much might take you away from enjoying the experience of a birthday party, graduation or holiday. Be sure to engage with those around you and appreciate the special occasion. Recognize the context of where you are and the purpose of the event. Overall, health and wellness includes not just your body, but also your mind. In terms of eating healthy, some foods are obviously going to offer more nutritional value than others. However, a big part of whether or not a food is healthy to eat is more defined by when, why and how much is consumed. During this time of raising awareness for both mental and physical illnesses with National Eating Disorder Awareness Week and American Heart Month, we have a chance to check in on our eating habits and mentality surrounding food.

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Essential Oils Role In Antibiotic Reduction In Addition, Essential Oils Were Found To Be Particular Efficient In Conditions Where Intestinal Infections Such As Salmonellosisandcoccidiosiswere Present.

Cargill has been researching the use of non-medicated feed additives for several years as an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs). As an independent supplier, Cargill has performed cross-additive research and determined the most beneficial types of feed additives for individual customer needs. For consistent performance improvement, essential oils turned out to be a key solution because they impact all four key gut function areas (listed below). Since 2009, a combined total of 77 comprehensivein vitroandin vivotrials have been conducted at Cargill’s Animal Nutrition Innovation Centers in Velddriel,the Netherlands, andElk River, Minn., as well as at regional facilities inJordan,France,Poland,Indiaand the U.S., on additives including essential oils, probiotics, yeast derivatives and medium chain fatty acids (MCFA). Essential oils key in gut health support Gut health is important in poultry production because the digestive system performs key functions essential to ensuring birds’ optimum performance. Cargill seeks to better understand optimal gut function in four key areas: Managing microflora for a well-balanced bacterial population Controlling immune function and inflammatory response Maximizing nutrient digestion and absorption Improving the physical barrier against pathogens While all additives studied showed some benefit in these areas, Cargill researchers found that selected essential oil compounds, particularly those derived from thyme, cinnamon and oregano, had the most comprehensive effect on overall gut health. Benefits included: Antimicrobial activity Improvement of nutrient digestibility Stimulation of mucus production “Only essential oils have both a broad spectrum of activity against pathogens and a direct impact on digestive function,” said Stephanie Ladirat, global technology lead for gut health additives in Cargill’s animal nutrition business. Essential oils role in antibiotic reduction In addition, essential oils were found to be particular efficient in conditions where intestinal infections such as SalmonellosisandCoccidiosiswere present. They were also found to be a viable alternative to antibiotics as more than 85 percent of the results showed a minimal difference between the positive control (antibiotics) and essential oils. The research also showed that essential oils are just one facet of a feeding program that promotes ideal gut health and allows antibiotic reduction. Research findings support combining essential oils with organic acids to get maximum efficacy. “Cargill’s local nutrition experts are working directly with poultry producers to develop customized, holistic feeding programs encompassing nutrition, additives and farm management based on the study results,” saysTwan Van Gerwe, poultry R&D director in Cargill’s animal nutrition business. Combined study results from 12 trials demonstrated that birds given Cargill’s PROMOTE Biacid Nucleus additive, which contains a proprietary mixture of seven carefully selected essential oil compounds, in combination with an antibiotic-free diet, consistently improves body weight gain by 2 percent and feed conversion by 1.5 percent, producing a return on investment (ROI) of 5:1 for producers. Long-term benefits of healthy digestion in poultry For poultry producers the high return on investment is a top benefit of intestinal health support. However, promoting gut health also helps address issues in food safety and animal welfare. Healthy poultry intestines may result in a lower risk of bacterial food contamination and in healthier barn environments. Finally, feed efficiency has become increasingly important due to the growing world population and limitations in feed resources. Supporting gut heath contributes to efforts to meet increasing demand for global animal protein in an efficient way. “Promoting gut health while reducing AGPs is critical for sustainable animal performance and profitability,” addsVan Gerwe. “Our R&D work in improving poultry gut health is an important part of Cargill’s commitment to nourishing the world’s population.” About Cargill Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and 150 years of experience. We have 150,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work. For more information, visit Cargill.com and our News Center . Cargill Animal Nutrition Cargill’s animal nutrition business has more than 17,000 employees at more than 250 facilities in 37 countries offering a range of products and services to feed manufacturers, animal producers, and feed retailers around the world. In 2011, Cargill completed the acquisition of Provimi, a global leader in premix and animal nutrition solutions, adding to Cargill’s portfolio of animal nutrition offerings. Today, Cargill’s animal nutrition business offers a range of compound feed, premixes, feed additives, supply chain and risk management solutions, software tools and animal nutrition expertise that is unmatched in the industry. For more information about Cargill Animal Nutrition, visit: http://www.cargill.com/feed . SOURCE: Cargill

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However, Promoting Gut Health Also Helps Address Issues In Food Safety And Animal Welfare.

Cargill has been researching the use of non-medicated feed additives for several years as an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs). As an independent supplier, Cargill has performed cross-additive research and determined the most beneficial types of feed additives for individual customer needs. For consistent performance improvement, essential oils turned out to be a key solution because they impact all four key gut function areas (listed below). Since 2009, a combined total of 77 comprehensivein vitroandin vivotrials have been conducted at Cargill’s Animal Nutrition Innovation Centers in Velddriel,the Netherlands, andElk River, Minn., as well as at regional facilities inJordan,France,Poland,Indiaand the U.S., on additives including essential oils, probiotics, yeast derivatives and medium chain fatty acids (MCFA). Essential oils key in gut health support Gut health is important in poultry production because the digestive system performs key functions essential to ensuring birds’ optimum performance. Cargill seeks to better understand optimal gut function in four key areas: Managing microflora for a well-balanced bacterial population Controlling immune function and inflammatory response Maximizing nutrient digestion and absorption Improving the physical barrier against pathogens While all additives studied showed some benefit in these areas, Cargill researchers found that selected essential oil compounds, particularly those derived from thyme, cinnamon and oregano, had the most comprehensive effect on overall gut health. Benefits included: Antimicrobial activity Improvement of nutrient digestibility Stimulation of mucus production “Only essential oils have both a broad spectrum of activity against pathogens and a direct impact on digestive function,” said Stephanie Ladirat, global technology lead for gut health additives in Cargill’s animal nutrition business. Essential oils role in antibiotic reduction In addition, essential oils were found to be particular efficient in conditions where intestinal infections such as SalmonellosisandCoccidiosiswere present. They were also found to be a viable alternative to antibiotics as more than 85 percent of the results showed a minimal difference between the positive control (antibiotics) and essential oils. The research also showed that essential oils are just one facet of a feeding program that promotes ideal gut health and allows antibiotic reduction. Research findings support combining essential oils with organic acids to get maximum efficacy. “Cargill’s local nutrition experts are working directly with poultry producers to develop customized, holistic feeding programs encompassing nutrition, additives and farm management based on the study results,” saysTwan Van Gerwe, poultry R&D director in Cargill’s animal nutrition business. Combined study results from 12 trials demonstrated that birds given Cargill’s PROMOTE Biacid Nucleus additive, which contains a proprietary mixture of seven carefully selected essential oil compounds, in combination with an antibiotic-free diet, consistently improves body weight gain by 2 percent and feed conversion by 1.5 percent, producing a return on investment (ROI) of 5:1 for producers. Long-term benefits of healthy digestion in poultry For poultry producers the high return on investment is a top benefit of intestinal health support. However, promoting gut health also helps address issues in food safety and animal welfare. Healthy poultry intestines may result in a lower risk of bacterial food contamination and in healthier barn environments. Finally, feed efficiency has become increasingly important due to the growing world population and limitations in feed resources. Supporting gut heath contributes to efforts to meet increasing demand for global animal protein in an efficient way. “Promoting gut health while reducing AGPs is critical for sustainable animal performance and profitability,” addsVan Gerwe. “Our R&D work in improving poultry gut health is an important part of Cargill’s commitment to nourishing the world’s population.” About Cargill Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and 150 years of experience. We have 150,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work. For more information, visit Cargill.com and our News Center . Cargill Animal Nutrition Cargill’s animal nutrition business has more than 17,000 employees at more than 250 facilities in 37 countries offering a range of products and services to feed manufacturers, animal producers, and feed retailers around the world. In 2011, Cargill completed the acquisition of Provimi, a global leader in premix and animal nutrition solutions, adding to Cargill’s portfolio of animal nutrition offerings. Today, Cargill’s animal nutrition business offers a range of compound feed, premixes, feed additives, supply chain and risk management solutions, software tools and animal nutrition expertise that is unmatched in the industry. For more information about Cargill Animal Nutrition, visit: http://www.cargill.com/feed . SOURCE: Cargill

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Currently, The Popularity Of Colon Cleanses And Irrigations Is On The Upswing Again.

The question is, did they work then, and do they work now? What Is Colon Cleansing? Colon cleanse products are liquids or powders that you swallow. When they get to the gut, the contents begin to irritate the colon lining, breaking off the mucus that then flushes out with the watery stool that results. Another procedure, colonic irrigation, is what used to be called a high colonic in the 1980s a high-octane, super enema that uses considerably more fluid than a typical enema, which uses only a few ounces. The force and amount of the fluid are intended to wash off so-called buildup on the colon wall. Though the practice dates even farther back, standard treatment in the 19th century for the many illnesses blamed on the colon often consisted of colon cleanses or irrigations. Scientists and doctors of the time were convinced of their usefulness, until science progressed and the colon cleanse was found to be not only not helpful, but also downright dangerous in many cases. Currently, the popularity of colon cleanses and irrigations is on the upswing again. Those who promote colon cleansing often are aiming to appeal to those who may be worried about developing illnesses, such as colon cancer. While todays screening tests are very effective in detecting most cases of colon cancer , some people are nervous about or afraid of undergoing these procedures particularly colonoscopies and would rather take another route to prevent colon cancer. From the number of colon cleansing and irrigation products available, it seems theyre doing a brisk business. But these practices are no substitute for screening and early detection . Colon Cleanse: The Claims Colon cleanse and irrigation promotions make many claims that sound believable to the general public. Commercials on the radio talk about waste that sticks to the colon walls like spackle and state that buildup of mucus on the colon walls is toxic and can make you ill, possibly causing colon cancer. The spin is that these products are the only way to remove this toxic gunk. However, none of these claims have been proven through scientific studies. Colon Cleanse: The Dangers Your colon, like the rest of your body, is complex and is set up to work in a certain way. The lining of your colon is supposed to have certain cells and bacteria in order for it to absorb nutrients and send waste along to be eliminated. As cells on the lining die, much as skin cells do, they are washed away in the normal course of elimination. Your body needs a certain balance of minerals and electrolytes to work properly. When youre healthy, this balance is maintained partly through the colon as it absorbs what your body needs. If you upset the balance in the colon or irritate the walls too much, it may lose that ability to function properly. Other dangers exist, too. Colonic irrigations can cause injury to the rectum or colon if not done correctly.

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It Adequately Increases Your Metabolism Which Also Reduces Those Extra Pounds.

Taking care of the internal parts of your body is just as important as taking care of the external parts. Taking care of the internal parts of your body is just as important as taking care of the external parts. It is an effective way of getting impurities out of your system. Thus weve compiled some solid reasons why you should consider the detoxification of your body regularly: Cleans your colon: Cleansing your colon will throw out the remove all impurities from over the years. Detoxifying helps this organ to function maximally as lots of water and fiber-rich foods are necessary during the process. Build your immune system: Cold, flu, constipation and nausea are clear signs of a faulty immune system. Start detoxifying now and prevent your body from falling ill. Remember, prevention is better than cure. Helps with your complexion: What happened to all the healthy vitamins and proteins youve been consuming, it helps with a healthy complexion. Dont forget the necessary ingredient; water! Take off the pounds: Detox can also prevent toxins from getting into your blood stream during weight loss however, it can help you reduce! Detoxification helps the bodys natural fat shedding capacity. It adequately increases your metabolism which also reduces those extra pounds. Try out these quick tips and let us know what you think.

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