Nutrition Health Review

Summer 2017

Nutrition Health Review provides consumers updates on the latest medical research, news, trends, and products in nutrition and healthy living.

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Nutrition Health Review 16 Coping with Change. change.pdf. Accessed August 1, 2017. 3. Minkel JD, et al. Sleep deprivation and stressors: evidence for elevated negative effect in response to mild stressors when sleep deprived. Emotion. 2012;12(5):1015–1020. 4. Ashbullby K, et al. The beach as a setting for families' health promotion: a qualitative study with parents and children living in coastal regions in Southwest England. Health & Place. 2013;23:138–147. 5. de Bloom, et al. Vacation (after-) effects on employee health and well-being, and the role of vacation activities, experiences and sleep. Stress Health. 2012;28(4):305–318. 6. Tiwari, A et al. Cooking at home: a strategy to comply With U.S. dietary guidelines at no Extra cost. Am J Prevent Med. 2017;52(5):616–624. 7. Bratman G, et al. Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual prefrontal cortex activation. PNAS. 2015;112:8567–8572. 8. Chikani V. Vacations improve mental health among rural women: the Wisconsin Rural Women's Health Study. Wisconsin Medical Journal. 2005;104(6):20–23. 9. Gump B. Are vacations good for your health? The 9-year mortality experience after the multiple risk factor intervention trial. Psycocom Med. 2000; 62(5):608–612. 10. Lippl FJ, et al. Hypobaric hypoxia causes body weight reduction in obese subjects. Obesity. 2010;18(4):675-81. 11. Monsivais P, et al. Time spent on home food preparation and indicators of healthy eating. Am J Prevent Med. 2014;47(6):796–802. 12. Voss JD, et al. Association of elevation, urbanization and ambient temperature with obesity prevalence in the United States. Int J Obesity. 2013;37:1407–1412. Other sources 1. Gallup 2. Greatist 3. Get Heathy U 4. Healthline 5. American Psychological Association 6. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 7. Applebees Nutritional Information 8. U.S. Food and Drug Administration 9. How to stick to your diet while on vacation. Cooking Light site.. vacation. Accessed August 1, 2017. 10. Science of Memory studies. site. whitepaper.pdf. Accessed August 1, 2017. 11. Walking for health. Harvard Medical School site. Accessed August 1, 2017. 12. Drexel H, et al. Metabolic and anti-inflammatory benefits of eccentric endurance exercise - a pilot study. Eur J Clin Invest. 2008 Apr;38(4):218-26. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2362.2008.01937.x. 13. Larger Portion Sizes Contribute to U.S. Obesity Problem. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute site. * time to take time Off, Continued from p14 dIY Remedies to soothe sunburns by Austin K. Vitelli t ake ibuprofen and drink coconut water right after getting sunburned to help with the pain, reduce inflammation, and stay hydrated. Next, make a soothing paste by combining a couple tablespoons of honey, a pouch of instant oatmeal, and 1/4 cup milk. Mix well, then gently apply to your burned skin for at least 20 minutes or until the sting goes away, and then gently wipe off. Applying a cool (not cold) milk-soaked washcloth to your burned skin can also soothe the burn. Three or four days after a sunburn, apply organic coconut oil to serve as a moisturizer. SOURCE: 504210-oatmeal-paste-for-sunburned-skin/ NHR stay in Control of Your heart health • Keep your goal weight • Can breathe easily • Do not have any swelling in your legs • Gain 3 pounds or more in 1 day • Gain 5 pounds or more in 1 week • Are short of breath • Notice swelling in your legs Call 911 if you: Call your doctor if you: You are in control if you: • Have chest pain • Are unable to breathe

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