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Young Lives 9h
Window of opportunity: between 27% and 40% of children recovered from initial stunting to become not stunted by age 5, the % rising further by age 8, and even at age 15 - YL data. Check out our summative report here:
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tachan 🐼 | #WEWANTSUNGMINwithSJ 17h
And thanks people who cares and pray for my success directly or indirecly 🙏😙💞
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José Graziano da Silva Sep 19
We cannot continue to blame the mother if her child is obese. We must consider & a public and not a private issue: governments should implement policies & programs aimed at providing healthy, nutritious & affordable for everyone.
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Stephan van Vliet 2h
Our work with demonstrating that whole eggs put mTOR in a more 'favourable' position to stimulate muscle protein synthesis when compared to eating egg whites only; likely due to the yolk's nutrient density!
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Alberto Ferraresso 2h
My | Take-home messages from behind and in front of the cameras (II)
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Wendi Irlbeck, MS 5h
Athletes who skip 🥣 may experience: ❌Low energy = impaired performance ❌Tired brain🧠leading to poor coordination & focus ❌Quicker to fatigue = ⬇️lower quality training sessions ❌Nutrient deficiencies which⬆️risk for injuries like stress fractures🦴
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My Nutrition Ireland 5h
Hearty, Tasty & Easy “Butternut Squash Creamy Curry Soup” 🍁 to get you all cozy and warm! Enjoy your weekend lovely people 😉 Recipe by Chef
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The Lancet Neurology 4h
Online now! Review of and prevention of cognitive impairment: what is the evidence that nutrition can modify the risk of future cognitive impairment and ?
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Beth Frates, MD Sep 20
Fava beans are also called faba, broad, horse+ Windsor beans. They were one of the first crops to be cultivated with evidence of their being grown in Neolithic times. Beans are packed with protein + fiber which makes them a healthy option for any meal of the day.
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UNICEF Yemen Sep 20
These children from displaced communities just watched an animated movie on lifesaving and practices during sensitization session on prevention, with support of , in governorate, 🎥 🧒🏾🧒🏻👧🏼👧🏻 Health
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Bioversity Sep 20
New study reveals that less than 7% of world’s 1,097 cultivated vegetable species are adequately documented & researched, yet the lesser known 93% of vegetables can be crucial for improving diet quality
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EFSA 8h
Tracey Brown : change in - personalized , sustainability, pharma-food - won’t happen in a structured way, society adapts through a series of stories
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Mark Hollingsworth Sep 18
We are looking for a volunteer to help with admin tasks relating to the Nutrition FENS 2019 Conference. A few hours a week, most could be completed at home. Great opportunity to be involved in Europe’s largest conference. DM me for details.
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Beth Frates, MD Sep 19
Pears are excellent for your health, especially if you have any inflammatory conditions like arthritis. They are high in fiber which helps promote satiety (feeling full) + a healthy microbiome (normal bacteria in your gut). 100 Most Healing Foods pg 56
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Life Extension Sep 17
Yup, the spongy white part below the peel/zest of an is actually good for us. It contains pectin, hesperidin and other flavonoids. Ever tried it in a smoothie? P.S. the peel is nutritious, too.
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ResistTheHerd© 3h
"Wansink had previously helped update the U.S. dietary guidelines" Why am I guessing that he didn't recommend people eat less grains, less fruit, less veggies and MORE meat? Between outright fraud and bias, nutritional "science" remains in a state of disarray.
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HealthRanger 12h
The 10 worst toxins in vitamins, supplements and health foods.
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Nicky Edmonds 9m
So grateful for bumping into on the train to Manchester today...normally such a long, tedious journey! Great chat about & of course & in general 👍🏼
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Health & Mindfulness 1h
The digestive system does more than digest food; it plays a central role in the immune system and so it's important to nourish the body with fiber. Benefits extends beyond regularity .. prevention of diabetes and heart disease, blood sugar management and more.
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HighCALS Sep 19
We’re looking for healthcare professionals to complete an online survey about nutritional management in MND. Follow the link to start the survey: . Please share!
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