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Diet and running

Run Toward a More Nutritious Diet

September 28, 2020

With participation in marathons and running events at an all-time high, it’s worth noting that those who run at a faster pace appear to eat better, too.

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Older adult nutrition

A Healthy Diet for the Ages

September 28, 2020

A nutritious diet is a good place to start to help curb general frailty that causes disability and premature death among older individuals.

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Diabetes and carbs

Carbs and Type 2 Diabetes

September 28, 2020

Scientific evidence suggests that as long as you choose the right types of carbs, you can still enjoy that sandwich for blood sugar control for diabetes.

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Microalgae and nutrition

Micro Food for Mega Nutrition

September 28, 2020

Scientists believe that microalgae could provide a viable source of health-hiking omega-3 fatty acids while offering a more environment-friendly source.

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Fasting and skipping breakfast

When to Fast?

September 28, 2020

While skipping meals can slash daily calorie intake, it can also reduce overall diet quality—especially if the meals you miss are breakfast and lunch.

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Calorie consumption

Good News for Pizza Night

September 25, 2020

An investigation that asked its participants to gorge on pizza found that, metabolically, humans may be able to cope with calorie gluttony at a single meal.

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Dieting

Are Diets a One-Hit Wonder?

September 8, 2020

Research suggests it doesn’t much matter which diet a person clings to, as most plans yield similar short-term results without providing long-term success.

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Spinach and manganese

Manganese May Combat Diabetes

September 8, 2020

You know the importance of calcium, vitamin C and vitamin D, but manganese? It turns out that this essential nutrient may lower risk factors.

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Cooking at home

Home in the Kitchen

September 8, 2020

Stay-at-home orders haven’t been the only thing spurring on people to spend more time in food-related activities, according to the USDA.

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Sugar levels in food

People Are Souring on Sugar

September 8, 2020

It used to be fat, but now consumers are deciding on the healthfulness of a product based on its sugar levels, so says the latest research.

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Meat in a diet

Meat on the Mind

September 8, 2020

Though plant-based eating seems to have all the nutrition science momentum, it’s not all doom and gloom when it comes to the health effects of eating meat.

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