Personalized biochemical analysis of breast milk to help enhance nutrition for the smallest infants

Physicians have launched a pilot study in which mothers’ breast milk is analyzed to determine whether premature infants are receiving the correct amounts of nutrients they need to thrive. The study could lead to a new innovation in personalized medicine: Individually optimized nutrition for the smallest patients. ScienceDaily: Infant Health News

Top 6 Women’s Fat Burning Nutrition Articles in 2013

Eat better, feel better and look better.  Changing eating habits you can maintain long-term is usually not a one or two week process, especially if you are trying to change some life-long bad eating patterns. Here are my top 6 […] ? Read the rest of this entry… (Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) The […]

Nutrition for Expectant Mothers

One of the best gifts you can give your unborn baby is a healthy diet.  The quality of what you put into your body can jump start your child’s physical and mental development.  Focus on essential nutrients and your baby and body will thank you. What should your diet look like? There is no one […]

Power Smoothies

Do you feel like you just do not have time to sit down and eat a complete breakfast?  Then, smoothies may be the perfect option for you.  Smoothies are a great option for breakfast because you can pack a lot of nutrition in one drink.  Once made, your power smoothie can be taken with you […]

Nutrition for Breastfeeding Moms

Many mothers that recently gave birth to their precious babies look forward to two things: a “push gift” from the father as a thank you for all their hard work bringing the child into the world followed by their favorite food, often from the list of items that pregnant women are prohibited from eating. Many […]