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Protein for endurance

30 Grams of Protein

January 18, 2021

Researchers found that consuming 30 grams of protein is sufficient for fit men to maximize recovery and muscle growth after vigorous endurance exercise.

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Consuming calories at night

The Dark Side of Night Eating

January 11, 2021

Those who consume a lower percentage of their daily calories after sunset consume fewer calories overall as compared to those who ate more at night.

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Flavonoids and Alzheimer's

Your Brain on Plant Chemicals

January 11, 2021

Based on data collected from 2,800 older adults, those with higher intakes of flavonoids were less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease.

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Seafood and microplastics

Fishing for Plastic?

January 11, 2021

A team of researchers in Australia tested seafood purchased from a market in Australia and found every sample contained traces of microplastics.

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Eating whole apples

A “Whole” Apple a Day

January 11, 2021

British food scientists founds that eating whole apples results in slower digestion rates as well as increased feelings of fullness and satiety.

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Keto flu

The Ketogenic Flu

January 11, 2021

The ketogenic diet, which is heavy in fat and skimpy on carbs, has become a popular eating method for weight loss, but it can also leave people feeling ill.

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Burning fat

Burning Fat After a Meal

December 7, 2020

A study found that people with higher body mass index levels produced less body heat after an oral glucose tolerance test than those with lower BMIs.

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Food labels

Being Upfront About Nutrition

December 7, 2020

A labeling initiative may give us a better sense of how nutritious an item is from the get-go, making it easier to find healthy items on store shelves.

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Zinc and COVID-19

Got Zinc?

December 7, 2020

First we heard how vitamin D can play a role in the severity of COVID-19; now we’re learning another nutrient may affect how people respond to the virus.

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