Special Diets for Health Conditions and Allergies | Publication List

Summary: Our data table below features 35 published articles, research papers, and documents from our Special Diets category. While certain items in the list may have undergone updates, rewrites, replacements, or revisions, the default order of the table below organizes data by descending publication date. However, you can search and sort the information by clicking on the column headers - data sorting requires JavaScript to be enabled in your browser.

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Special Diets Publications
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Food Texture Preference for Kids with Down Syndrome2022/08/292023/01/04
Study Finds Plant Protein, Fiber, Nuts Lower Cholesterol, Improve Blood Pressure2018/06/052018/06/07
Investigating Link Between Parkinson Disease and Binge Eating2018/04/03
A More Complete Mediterranean Diet May Protect Against Aggressive Prostate Cancer2018/01/21
Diet-to-Go Meal Delivery Plan for People with Prediabetes or Diabetes2016/01/052020/11/24
The Ketogenic Diet for Controlling Epilepsy Seizures2014/09/232021/05/16
Possible New Therapies for People with Celiac Disease or Gluten Intolerance2014/04/032021/08/17
eMeals: Low Calorie Menu Planners Sent to Your Email2013/12/302021/09/22
Rickets Disease and Appropriate Nutrition2013/11/112021/08/30
Importance of Fiber to Children According to Kelloggs2012/09/062022/02/08
Dietary Changes Can Help Children with ADHD2012/04/262022/05/26
Low Glycemic Index Foods for Breakfast Control Daily Blood Sugar2012/04/042021/09/26
Curry Spice May Offer Hope for Tendinitis Treatment2011/08/222022/01/08
Eating Nuts Improves Diabetes Control Without Weight Gain2011/08/192013/08/01
Home Remedies and Honey Recipes for Cough and Sore Throat2011/05/052015/04/19
Calls for Greater Awareness of Food Supply for Children with Diabetes2010/12/03
New Lyme Disease Cookbook and Recipes2010/12/01
Diverse Vegetable Diet may Decrease Risk of Lung Cancer2010/09/11
Celebrate World Heart Day with Healthy Recipes2010/09/02
Cooking Tips to Lower High-cholesterol2010/06/072013/03/23
High Protein Egg Breakfasts Help Teen Obesity2010/06/022017/09/21
No Behavioral Improvement with Autism Diet2010/05/20
Dietary Protein may Reduce Hip Fractures in Seniors2010/05/05
Weight Loss for Type 2 Diabetics2010/03/252018/01/26
Eating Right to Fight Diabetes2010/03/172013/03/23
List of Foods That Keep Your Eyes Healthy2010/02/272019/05/06
Ankylosing Spondylitis Diet Information2010/01/072018/03/15
Food and Protein After Lap Band Surgery2009/09/162013/06/12
Mediterranean Diet Trumps Low-fat Diet for Diabetes Management2009/09/09
Senior Health and Nutrition: What Seniors should be Eating2009/06/252018/03/15
How to Bulk Up on Fiber to Clean Colon and Intestines2009/06/202014/10/30
Diet May Reduce Risk of Prostate CancerInformative2009/06/032023/11/09
What Type of Diabetes Diet is Best2009/04/062011/05/29
Lupus Diet and Nutrition Information2009/01/132018/03/16
Diets to Prevent Cancer2008/12/302018/03/15

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