Foodary helps you discover the science behind eating patterns.
So that means helping you talk with your doctor about any food issues that affect your wellbeing. Because I provide scientific data about diets and diseases. But you have to ask your doctor how that applies to your health condition. Then you can support your doctor’s treatment plan. With food and lifestyle options that help your professional health plan – not hinder it.
Foodary Nutrition Facts
Nutrition is the study of how your body uses the nutrients from eating food. Also, the relationship between your eating patterns, illness, and wellbeing.
Good nutrition is about balancing food intake with the needs of your body. Because too few or too many nutrients lead to malnutrition. So good eating patterns prevent you becoming over-nourished or under-nourished. Malnutrition reduces wellbeing and increases diseases.
Obviously, you consult health professionals for nutritional guidance. Especially where you are suffering effects of poor nutrition. But how can you discuss nutrition with your doctor if you have no clue what nutrition means?
Foodary does not give nutrition advice. Instead, I help you discover scientific facts about food that might affect your situation. So you get more benefits from professional consultation. But you need to consider both sides of nutrition – diet and disease. Or as I put it, illness and wellbeing on one side and food on the other side.
Foodary Illnesses and Wellbeing Facts
For each disease affected by food, I review the science. Then I add articles to What Diet for Your Disease?. But if I haven’t covered your health problems yet, just send me a message on the feedback form near the end of any page.
Foodary Food Facts
I’m creating an index of food items. To show you how they affect different diseases. Also, if there are healthier alternatives. Now, I’m still in the early stages of Foods for Disease and Wellbeing. But again, I’ll prioritize your favorite foods if you ask on the feedback form.
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Top Nutrition Facts
To get you started, here are the top 7 nutrition facts from Foodary:
Alkaline Grains List June 10, 2023
Is cornmeal acidic? How about semolina bulgar wheat or couscous? See how to include grain and pasta in an alkalizing diet. Get the alkaline grains list.continue reading ...
Alkaline Drinks List June 10, 2023
My Alkaline Beverages List is vital for your healthy diet. Do not ignore drinks. Hydration and alkalizing belong together. Check your alkaline drinks list now.continue reading ...
Acid-Alkaline Beef List June 10, 2023
Is beef acidic or alkaline? Clearly it's acid-forming due to protein. But we all need protein. So balance low-acid beef with lots of alkalizing vegetables.continue reading ...
Acid-Alkaline Legumes and Legume Products Food Chart June 10, 2023
Beans, chickpeas, lentils and other legumes. They are important for healthy eating. But how to balance your diet? Get full acid-alkaline legumes list today.continue reading ...
Alkaline Nuts and Seeds List June 10, 2023
Are macadamia nuts alkaline? Are pecans and cashews acidic? We all want to know how to balance an acid-alkaline diet. See the alkaline nuts and seeds listcontinue reading ...
Alkaline Fruit Juice and Fruits List June 10, 2023
Fruits and juices are alkaline. But there's a wide range of PRAL values between most and least alkalizing. See Alkaline Fruits and Juices List for diet choice.continue reading ...
Acid-Alkaline Poultry Products Food List June 10, 2023
Is chicken acid or alkaline? Would it be better to switch to turkey or is that acidic? What about ostrich for a change? Get the PRAL Alkaline Poultry food list.continue reading ...
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