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Many soft drinks, whether they are sugary or artificially sweetened, are acidic. In the open access research article “Erosive Potential…

Malnutrition is a very common problem for people who have cancer, even before diagnosis. It can lead to loss of…

Surgery requires preoperative fasting. But why? And when can you eat again after surgery? This blog post looks at the…

The Mediterranean diet is a plant-based diet that has multiple benefits for healthy living. Based on the review article “Influence…

Babies born before 37 weeks of gestation require special care and potentially external help in their growth and development. Nutrition,…

Celiac disease is one of the world’s most prevalent genetic autoimmune diseases. The disease affects between 1 in 100 and…

With the COVID-19 pandemic entering its third year and people being more aware and worried about their immune system, we…

During the COVID-19 pandemic hospitals and healthcare institutions as well as patients and their supporters have been forced to employ…

On the occasion of this year’s World Obesity Day (March 4, 2022) we spoke with Vicki Mooney, patient advocate and…

This is the third part of our mini-series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients:…

This is the second part of our mini-series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients:…

This is the first part of our mini-series about the condition based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients:…

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects 5–20% of women of reproductive age worldwide. When left untreated, this can lead to issues…

Based on the open access paper “Interactions of Carbohydrate Intake and Physical Activity with Regulatory Genes Affecting Glycaemia: A Food4Me…

In their book “Kinderernährung – Expertenwissen für den Alltag” (German only), Swiss nutrition experts Dr George Marx and Andrea Mathis…

From the time they are born, it is important for humans to have a good composition of gut microbes to…

In their book “Kinderernährung – Expertenwissen für den Alltag” (German only), Swiss nutrition experts Dr George Marx and Andrea Mathis…

This blog post is about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It is inspired by the recent open access paper “Improvement in…

In their book “Kinderernährung – Expertenwissen für den Alltag” (German only), Swiss nutrition experts Dr George Marx and Andrea Mathis…

In their book “Kinderernährung – Expertenwissen für den Alltag” (German only), Swiss nutrition experts Dr George Marx and Andrea Mathis…

In old age, with muscle mass loss and increased weight gain, there are increased health risks like falling, fracturing, and…

In their book “Kinderernährung – Expertenwissen für den Alltag” (German only), Swiss nutrition experts Dr George Marx and Andrea Mathis…

Sugar-sweetened beverages are often consumed for hydration over healthier drinks. How the drink is represented and experiences around it are…

In their book “Kinderernährung – Expertenwissen für den Alltag” (German only), Swiss nutrition experts Dr George Marx and Andrea Mathis…

In their book “Kinderernährung – Expertenwissen für den Alltag” (German only), Swiss nutrition experts Dr George Marx and Andrea Mathis…

Recent research shows that the microorganisms in the gut communicate and affect brain health and depression. In the paper “Personalized…

In their book “Kinderernährung – Expertenwissen für den Alltag” (German only), Swiss nutrition experts Dr George Marx and Andrea Mathis…

If you are losing weight for personal or medical reasons, it could be important to talk to your primary care…

How impactful can a healthy diet be? In the case study “Quality or Quantity of Proteins in the Diet for…

In their book “Kinderernährung – Expertenwissen für den Alltag” (German only), Swiss nutrition experts Dr George Marx and Andrea Mathis…