Celebrating Nutrition and Hydration Week, 11th to 17th March: Empowering Health Through Knowledge

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Nutrition and Hydration Week (11th to 17th March) serves as a crucial reminder of the pivotal role nutrition plays in our overall health and well-being. It’s a time to reflect on our dietary habits and make positive changes towards a healthier lifestyle. At Nutrition Network (NN), we are committed to empowering individuals with the knowledge and tools they need to make informed choices about their nutrition.

Our platform is an online, accredited education, connection, and learning platform founded by The Noakes Foundation in partnership with an esteemed team of doctors and scientists. It has been designed for healthcare practitioners across all disciplines, covering the latest science and research in the field of Therapeutic Carbohydrate Restriction (TCR).

The purpose of Nutrition Network is to actively share the knowledge, research, analysis, and practical skills that already exist in the area of TCR with those wanting to learn more and implement these strategies into their clinical or professional practice.

In an article, The Effect of a Therapeutic Carbohydrate Restriction Diet on Serum Concentrations of High-Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes published in the journal Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders, investigated the effects of a therapeutic carbohydrate restriction diet on serum concentrations of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) in patients with type 2 diabetes. The researchers found that the diet led to a significant reduction in hs-CRP levels, suggesting an improvement in systemic inflammation.

This Nutrition and Hydration Week, we want to emphasize the transformative power of informed nutrition choices. It’s a time to reflect on the impact our diets have on our health and well-being, and to empower ourselves with knowledge that can lead to positive change.

By understanding the role of TCR in managing conditions like diabetes, improving metabolic health, and implementing evidence-based nutrition practices, we can make informed decisions that support our health goals.

In another article on Effects of a 6-Month Therapeutic Lifestyle Change Program on HDL Subclasses and HDL-Associated Enzymes in Patients with Metabolic Syndrome published in the journal Lipids, investigated the effects of a 6-month therapeutic lifestyle change program, including dietary carbohydrate restriction, on HDL subclasses and HDL-associated enzymes in patients with metabolic syndrome. The researchers found that the program led to favorable changes in HDL subclasses and HDL-associated enzymes, which are associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease.

Join us in celebrating Nutrition and Hydration Week by taking the first step towards a healthier future. Enroll in our online trainings, connect with our community of healthcare practitioners and experts, and together, let’s make this  Nutrition and Hydration a meaningful step towards better health for all!

We offer online training on topics such as, Cancer, Diabetes, Obesity, Therapeutic Carbohydrate Restriction and its application, Blood Glucose, Sports Nutrition, Addictive Eating and so much more by experts from all around the globe.

By enrolling in our online trainings, you not only gain valuable knowledge about nutrition but also support our cause of spreading awareness about the importance of healthy eating. A portion of the proceeds from our trainings goes towards supporting The Noakes Foundation and our mission of empowering individuals to take control of their health through nutrition.

Celebrate Nutrition and Hydration Week with us by joining Nutrition Network and taking the first step towards a healthier, more informed you!

References:

Feinman, R. D., Pogozelski, W. K., Astrup, A., Bernstein, R. K., Fine, E. J., Westman, E. C., … & Worm, N. (2015). Dietary carbohydrate restriction as the first approach in diabetes management: Critical review and evidence base. Nutrition, 31(1), 1-13. doi:10.1016/j.nut.2014.06.011

Mavropoulos, J. C., Yancy, W. S., Hepburn, J., & Westman, E. C. (2005). The effects of a low-carbohydrate, ketogenic diet on the polycystic ovary syndrome: A pilot study. Nutrition & Metabolism, 2(1), 35. doi:10.1186/1743-7075-2-35

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