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Q: "My sister-in-law has cancer which unfortunately has spread. Looking for the best diet or macrobiotic diet to tackle cancer."

March 19, 2018, 8:24 pm DISCUSSIONS

Thank you for reaching out to The Sage: Nutritious Solutions; we are very sorry to hear about your loved one. 
Cancer is a condition, that, unlike others, have many different ways to treat nutritionally. This is not because many different nutrition guidelines are appropriate, but because each cancer may cause different side effects - especially given the various types of cancer TREATMENT. With that said, you will be able to find any diet on the internet with the claim of benefiting/treat...

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"What kind of potatoes are better for you?"

March 15, 2018, 5:56 pm DISCUSSIONS

Thank you for reaching out to The Sage: Nutritious Solutions. As always, we are happy to help!
The short answer is: all varieties of potatoes are great!
Sweet potatoes tend to get the most popularity as the "healthiest  potato" because they are rich in Vitamin A, a nutrient involved in cell health, immunity and vision and have more fiber than white potatoes. In fact, one sweet potato has over 350% of the daily value for vitamin A! (the 'Daily Value', or 'DV' on ...

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The Low Iodine Diet for Thyroid Cancer Diagnosis

January 3, 2018, 9:12 am ARTICLES

Thyroid Cancer is a type of cancer usually found in women (3 out of every 4 diagnoses compared to men) and is commonly diagnosed at a younger age than other adult cancers. Though mortality remains steady and low compared to other types of cancers, living with a partial or lack of thyroid tissue carries its own innate health concerns. Most cases of thyroid cancer are known as papillary or mixed papillary-follicular subtype. The naming of these types has to do with the location of t...

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"I am getting terrible charley horses, do you think I need electrolytes?"

December 14, 2017, 2:32 pm DISCUSSIONS

Thank you so much for your question! As always, we are happy to help.

Lower limb muscle cramps can affect individuals for a number of reasons but mostly occur during exercise, at nighttime in older people, in pregnant women, in people with a neurological disease and during kidney dialysis.  All current and highly cited literature conclude that hypo hydration (3% wt loss) and electrolyte depletion, whether sodium, potassium, magnesium or calcium (nothing on Phosphorous or Chloride) ...

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Dan Yohe

November 9, 2017, 4:37 pm ARTICLES

Dan Yohe, MS, RDN, LDN, is a registered, licensed dietitian in Philadelphia. He is a clinical dietitian of the Crozer-Keystone Health System. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology at Penn State University and his Masters Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Drexel University. He has worked as an adolescent nutrition educator and garnered experience in critical care and outpatient counseling. He has also provided personalized nutrition education and menu planning to the Drexel...

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