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Microbiome and Weight Gain
Microbiome and Weight Gain

Researchers discovered a link between the composition of the gut microbiome and weight gain due to energy extraction.

Pea protein
Bye or Buy? Pea Protein

Some research does demonstrate that pea protein can be just as effective at improving muscle size and strength.

Woman next to clock eating slowly for weight management
Eating Slowly to Manage Weight

Eating slowly and chewing thoroughly could be recommended as eating strategies towards helping with weight management efforts.

Meter showing the glycemic index
The Glycemic Index and Weight Loss

A review of more than 2 million people found no differences in body mass index between those with high- versus low-glycemic index diets.

Woman savoring food and not eating fast
Eating Fast Linked to Higher BMI

In today’s fast-paced world, many are guilty of eating fast. But failing to slow down could be one reason why Americans are gaining weight.

Fork and clock to represent hunger and blood sugar
Hunger and Blood Sugar Linked

Comparing what happened when 1,070 participants ate the same test meals, researchers found a link between hunger and blood sugar responses.

Spoonful of oats
Does Oatmeal Raise Blood Sugar?

Millions of Americans spoon up oatmeal for breakfast. It seems oatmeal does raise blood sugar but the effects depend on the type of oat.

Food timing
Meal Timing for Weight Loss

With respect to weight management, we now have more proof that it’s not just what we eat that matters but also when we take in our calories.