- Hot flashes can be a common discomfort during menopause, but a new study suggests that dietary changes may offer relief.
- Researchers found that a low fat, plant-based diet rich in soy products was as effective as hormone replacement therapy for reducing hot flashes.
- Participants who followed the dietary protocol also experienced weight loss.
- The results suggest a potential for dietary changes as a first-line treatment for hot flashes.
- More research
- A new study suggests that a low fat, plant-based diet rich in soy is as effective as hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for reducing hot flashes.
- The 12-week trial found that a plant-rich diet reduced moderate to severe hot flashes by 88%.
- The diet may have also helped women lose 8 pounds on average and improved their quality of life.
- Some experts say the study isn’t robust enough and that HRT is still
Burgundy is what’s trending on the fall wine scene — and the New York City Wine & Food Festival is where you’ll find the latest vintage.
“Burgundy is really leading the pack as far as growth,” Joseph Edgar from Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits, who is curating the festival’s main event, told the Daily News. “Burgundy’s the hottest thing. From a profile standpoint, there’s nothing like it in the world.”
Starting Thursday, the 15th edition of the four-day gathering will bring together 400 food experts — including celebrity chefs, culinary personalities and wine producers
Reinventing the norm while staying creative and flexible are central themes of 2022. We’re tracking trending concepts to help you push the boundaries of menu innovation, so you can change up proteins and flavors, utilize what’s available, and discover new, delicious ways to engage your customers.
Comfort Food vs. Newest Trend
In 2022, we will see conflicting trends driving menu ideation. Consumers will be searching for comfort foods that remind them of days gone by, especially in the dessert category. They’ll also be looking for the newest food trends as seen on TikTok and similar platforms. Social media will also
Without a doubt, humanity advanced leaps and bounds once it became clear that cooking over fire equaled better food. But sometimes, it’s just too hot or the day’s too long to even consider turning on an oven or stove. Luckily, plenty of recipes require no heat (or very, very little) and are just as flavorful and satisfying as their cooked counterparts. Here are 14 spectacular meals for those days when cooking just isn’t on the menu.
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