Calories

Pizza Study Shows Body's Resilience To 'pigging Out'

FRIDAY, Aug. 7, 2020 -- Ever felt guilty for that occasional binge on high-calorie, fatty foods? Relax: A new study of folks overindulging on pizza finds that if you're healthy and you don't 'pig out' regularly, your body deals with it just...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Hope Beel Flashes Her Fit Figure In A Sexy Blue Bikini While Drinking Vodka

Hope Beel went scantily clad for a recent Instagram update on Thursday. The Texas native showed off her fit figure while enjoying a drink. In the caption of the post, she revealed that she was sipping on vodka, and that it had reduced calories in...
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Eliminate Excess Calories With A Magic Chef Air Fryer For $35

Magic Chef 1.6qt Air Fryer | $35 | MorningSaveRead more...

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Time-restricted Feeding A 'viable Option' To Lose Weight

'Severe [time-restricted feeding] is achievable and can help adults with obesity lose weight, without having to count calories,' researchers report. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Obesity, Medical Research

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45 Fast Food Single Items With More Than 1,000 Calories

The age of COVID-19, with its social distancing measures and restrictions on movement, is probably testing even the biggest health fanatics’ discipline when it comes to food. In these trying...

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Bacteria With Metal Diet Discovered In Dirty Glassware

Caltech microbiologists have discovered bacteria that feed on manganese and use the metal as their source of calories. Such microbes were predicted to exist over a century ago, but none had been found or described until now. “These are the...
Related topics: Bacteria, Diet, Medical Research

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Microbiologists At Caltech Discovered A Bacteria That Feeds On Manganese Metal

Microbiology researchers at Caltech have made a discovery that ends a 100-year long search for microbes able to live on manganese. The researchers discovered a bacteria that feeds on manganese and uses the metal as their source of calories. Microbes...
Related topics: Medical Research, Bacteria

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Can An Instagram For Food-logging Help You Reach Your Weight Loss Goals?

Most diet and weight loss apps, like MyFitnessPal and Lose It, employ the calorie-tracking method of logging your food. You tell the app what you ate -- say, a slice of pizza -- it then estimates the number of calories you consumed. But this method...
Related topics: Instagram, Diet

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How Adele Lost Weight: Singer's Transformation Credited To Low-calorie Delivery Meals

Singer-songwriter Adele stunned the whole world when she showed off her perfectly toned body on Instagram to mark her 32nd birthday. The singer’s jaw-dropping weight loss has been nothing less than dramatic. Since showing off her new...
Related topics: Instagram, Social Media

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How To Stop Using Exercise As Punishment For What You Eat

Working out shouldn't just be about burning calories or weight loss. It's time to separate fitness and food.

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Ultragenyx's Dojolvi Gets Fda Nod To Treat Rare Disease

Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical Inc. RARE announced that the FDA has approved UX007 (triheptanoin) as a source of calories and fatty acids for the treatment of pediatric and adult patients with molecularly confirmed long-chain fatty acid oxidation...
Related topics: Food And Drug Administration

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Brief Quasi-fasting Diet Boosts Breast Cancer Chemo Response

(MedPage Today) -- A fasting mimicking diet (FMD) – a low-calorie, low-protein, plant-based, intermittent meal plan with the metabolic benefits of fasting -- used over several days was a safe and effective adjunct to chemotherapy in women...
Related topics: Diet, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Oncology, Chemotherapy, Proteins

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Jellyfish Contain No Calories, So Why Do They Still Attract Predators?

New study shows that jellyfish are an important food source for many animals. As jellyfish blooms become more frequent and more massive, this could affect marine ecosystems.
Related topics: Medical Research

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What Can We Learn From Our Sweat?

We wear sensors that track steps, heart rate, and calories burned. Soon, we may measure our sweat, too! What will those measurements tell us? -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Improved Heat-resistant Wheat Varieties Are Identified

Wheat, in its own right, is one of the most important foods in the world. It is a staple food for more than 2.5 billion people, it provides 20% of the protein consumed worldwide and, according to the FAO, supplies more calories than any other grain....
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What Difference Do Calorie Counts On Menus Make?

MONDAY, June 15, 2020 -- Calorie labeling requirements for menus in U.S. restaurant chains could save tens of thousands of lives and billions of dollars in health care and other costs, a new study claims. Researchers created a model to assess what...
Related topics: Medical Research

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The Myriad Of Benefits Of Intermittent Fasting

At this point, intermittent fasting isn’t a new concept, nor is it a difficult one. You take in all of your calories for the day within a limited window of time, and the rest of the day, you stick with water, maybe a cup of coffee, or tea in...

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Eating Late In The Day May Result In Burning Fewer Calories

If you have a habit of eating dinner late in the day, you may be burning less fat than you would if you ate at an earlier hour, according to a new study. This isn’t merely an issue of weight loss, however, with the researchers finding that...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Daily Deal: Metalika Smart Watch With Health And Activity Tracker

The new generation Metalika Smart Watch will help you keep track of your daily activity levels in a stylish way. It tracks your steps, calories burned, mileage, and heart rate. It can connect with your phone so you can receive SMS/call alerts, check...

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Aha News: Calorie Data On Menus Could Generate Significant Health, Economic Benefits

THURSDAY, June 4, 2020 (American Heart Association News) -- Current federal law requiring restaurants to post calories on their menus would help diners make healthier choices and could ultimately lead to fewer cases of heart disease and diabetes,...
Related topics: American Diabetes Association, Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes

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