PRAL Food List Category Index

These lists are categorized according to the What We Eat In America (WWEIA) project. So they fit neatly with advice based on the Healthy Eating Index (HEI).

Currently, I’m working on replacing old Alkaline Food Charts with new PRAL food lists. You will find these from the index table below. But if you are unfamiliar with PRAL food lists you should read Complete USDA PRAL List Guide first.

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Anti-inflammatory Strawberries and Honey

Collections of Strawberry & Honey Properties in Anti-inflammatory & Anti-oxidant Groups

Strawberries and honey are both the subject of many health studies. So here I review a recent study that looks at both these foods. Because it summarizes anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits in several chronic diseases.

Now, this is interesting for most people concerned with healthy eating. But it is especially important if you are also concerned with diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, or metabolic syndrome.

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Healthy Eating Patterns and Hearing Loss

Healthy Diet Hearing Loss Chart

Healthy Eating Patterns and Hearing Loss is my review of a recent nutrition study linking healthy diets with better hearing.

Let’s Hear It For Healthy Eating Patterns Audience

I wrote Healthy Eating Patterns and Hearing Loss for people who are generally interested in fighting diseases with diet. Especially people concerned with an acquired hearing loss.

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Mediterranean Diet Timeline: Into the 90s

Healthy Fish in Mediterranean Diet photo

Into the 90s is my second timeline charting the recognition of Mediterranean Diet as a healthy eating style. So if you missed the first timeline, check it out at Mediterranean Diet Timeline: Child of the 80s.

In today’s timeline, I show how the 1990s brought more research into health benefits of Mediterranean diet. So we see more quality studies and more studies into the effect of Mediterranean Diet on various health problems. Later, after finishing the timelines I will publish in-depth reviews of key studies for each disease. Also, I will produce food lists, eating plans, and recipes that help you switch to healthier eating.

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