Feb 15, 2018 Issue
Vitamin D Screening and Supplementation in Primary Care: Time to Curb Our Enthusiasm [Editorials]

Evidence for vitamin D screening and supplementation in adults shows that these commonplace practices have virtually no established health benefits.

Oct 1, 2017 Issue
Food Consumption by Children and Adults [FPIN's Help Desk Answers]

Jul 1, 2017 Issue
Gluten-Free Diet for Irritable Bowel Syndrome [FPIN's Help Desk Answers]

The evidence is conflicting on whether gluten-free diets improve symptoms of IBS. Gluten-free diets may improve symptoms such as abdominal pain, stool consistency, and tiredness, and they can be recommended to patients with IBS.

Jun 1, 2016 Issue
Diet and Physical Activity for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention [Article]

Learn which diet and physical activity strategies have the best supporting evidence to prevent the leading causes of death in the United States.

Apr 1, 2016 Issue
Impact of Antenatal Dietary Education and Supplementation on Maternal and Infant Health Outcomes [Cochrane for Clinicians]

Antenatal dietary education appears to decrease the rate of preterm birth and increase infant birth weight among undernourished women. Providing balanced energy and protein supplements to pregnant women decreases the risk of stillbirth, low birth weight, and having an infant that is small for gestational age (number needed to treat [NNT] = 28).

Mar 15, 2016 Issue
DGAC Makes Food-Based Recommendations in the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans [Practice Guidelines]

The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) has released the 2015–2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which update the previous 2010 guideline, to provide guidance regarding healthy eating.

Mar 15, 2016 Issue
Eating Less Meat: A Healthy and Environmentally Responsible Dietary Choice [Editorials]

What should physicians tell their patients about eating meat?

Feb 15, 2016 Issue
Treating Low Vitamin D Levels Is Ineffective in Postmenopausal Women [POEMs]

You do not have to treat a low vitamin D level if your patient is a typical community-dwelling postmenopausal woman younger than 75 years. The usual dosage of vitamin D, 800 IU (20 mcg) daily, will not increase levels even after a year of therapy and has little effect on calcium absorption or bone mineral density.

Jan 15, 2016 Issue
Dietary Supplements: How Family Physicians Can Address Safety Concerns by Working with the FDA [Editorials]

Your patients are likely using some type of dietary supplement, whether they tell you or not. What can a physician do to support and protect patients from harm if they choose to use readily available dietary supplements?

Sep 15, 2015 Issue
Atopic Eczema and Early Introduction of Solid Foods [FPIN's Clinical Inquiries]

In most children, solid foods may be introduced before four to six months of age without increasing the risk of atopic eczema.

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