Diet

Adjusting Fatty Acid Intake May Help With Mood Variability In Bipolar Disorders

Can specific dietary guidelines help people living with bipolar disorders better manage their health? Clinical trial results showed that a diet designed to alter levels of specific fatty acids consumed by participants may help patients have less...
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Food’s a Human Right, Not Just ‘a Commodity To Be Traded’: Guterres 

Every day, hundreds of millions of people go to bed hungry. Three billion people cannot afford a healthy diet. Two billion are overweight or obese and yet 462 million, are underweight. Nearly a third of all food that is produced, is lost or...
Related topics: Obesity

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Noom Users Say They Feel Misled By The Diet App

Hello,Welcome to Insider Healthcare. I'm Leah Rosenbaum, a new healthcare editor at Insider who will be helping Lydia with this newsletter for the next few months. Today in healthcare news:Weight-loss app Noom calls itself anti-diet, but users...

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Impossible Foods’ Plant-based Pork Is Heading To Select Restaurants

You’ll soon have the opportunity to enjoy your favorite pork recipes without breaking your plant-based diet. Impossible Foods, the company best known for its Impossible Burger, has announced plans to bring its plant-based pork alternative to...

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Mind Diet Linked To Better Cognitive Performance

Researchers have found that older adults may benefit from a specific diet called the MIND diet even when they develop these protein deposits, known as amyloid plaques and tangles.
Related topics: Medical Research, Proteins

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At Last, A Call For Leadership To Prevent Diet-related Chronic Disease

Chronic (“noncommunicable”) diseases—heart disease, cancer, and diabetes—account for half of annual deaths in the United States at enormous physical and economic cost to individuals and to society.  These conditions are related to diet;...
Related topics: Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Oncology, Diabetes, Obesity

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Jenelle Evans Flaunts 'healthier' Diet Results In Beach Bikini

Jenelle Evans is showing off her amazing bikini body after revealing she's ditched fast food and is losing weight "without trying." The former Teen Mom 2 star, fresh from announcing her new health kick on Instagram, has been photographed...
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Industry-funded Study Of The Week: Strawberries

A sharp-eyed reader, Paula Rochelle, sent me this one.  From the title alone, she suspected industry sponsorship.  Good thinking! The Study: Dietary strawberry improves cognition in a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial in older...
Related topics: Medical Research, Placebo

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Meds, Surgery May Help Obesity-related High Blood Pressure If Diet, Exercise Fall Short

Being overweight or having obesity, weight that is higher than what is considered healthy for an individual's height, is a major risk factor for high blood pressure. A healthy diet, more physical activity and less sedentary time are recommended to...
Related topics: Obesity, Hypertension, Blood Pressure

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‘flabby Fonzie’ Henry Winkler Told To ‘diet Or Die’ After Weight Gain?

Is Henry Winkler gaining too much weight? One report says the Happy Days legend has been told to “diet or die.” Gossip Cop investigates. ‘Flabby Fonzie Blimps Out!’ According to the Globe, Winkler’s doctors are telling him his health...

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Ancient Bone Tools Found In Moroccan Cave Were Used To Work Leather, Fur

When researchers first started to look at animal bones from Contrebandiers Cave, Morocco, they wanted to learn about the diet and environment of early human ancestors who lived there between 120,000 and 90,000 years ago. But they soon realized that...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Pilot Study Of Diet/exercise In Young Adults With Intellectual Disabilities Is Promising

A pilot study found that young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and intellectual disabilities (ID) were able to lose or maintain their weight with a system of education and support in place.
Related topics: Medical Research, Autism

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Oldest Known Mammal Cavities Discovered In 55-million-year-old Fossils Suggests A Sweet Tooth For...

A new study has discovered the oldest known cavities found in a mammal, the likely result of a diet that included eating fruit.
Related topics: Medical Research

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Google’s ‘original Chips’ Campaign Makes Us Hungry For The Pixel 6

I’m on a diet, one that doesn’t allow me to partake in things such as junk food. Naturally, Google has taken this time to release a new Original Chips campaign, based entirely on potato chips and processors (aka chips). Get it?...
Related topics: Google

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10 Of The Best Personal Blenders For Smoothies, Shakes, And More

Trying to eat clean and incorporate smoothies into your diet sounds great in theory, but lugging out a full-sized blender every single time you want a quick meal replacement or a refreshing treat is not the most efficient way to live. With a...

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Diet Could Affect Coronavirus Risk

Although metabolic conditions such as obesity and Type 2 diabetes have been linked to an increased risk of COVID-19, as well as an increased risk of experiencing serious symptoms once infected, the impact of diet on these risks is unknown. In a...
Related topics: Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes, Diabetes

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Manhart Mhx6 700wb Is A Bmw X6 M Competition On A Carbon-rich Diet

Quickly, can you name a car that’s quirkier than the BMW X6 M Competition and its 4.4-liter bi-turbo V8 engine? The answer is this, the Manhart MHX6 700WB. The WB is for wide-body, while the 700 connotes the number of horses lurking under the...

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Plant-based Diet Tied To Better Urological Health In Men

(MedPage Today) -- Men interested in preserving their urological health may benefit from eating more vegetables and fruits, researchers reported. A trio of studies presented at the American Urological Society (AUA) virtual meeting suggested that...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Good Sleep-time Recovery Is Associated With A Healthier Diet And Lower Alcohol Consumption

Good sleep-time recovery is associated with a health-promoting diet and health-promoting eating habits, as well as with lower consumption of alcohol, according to a new study investigating psychological and physiological well-being among working-age...
Related topics: Alcohol, Medical Research, Psychology

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Landfills And Meat Industry: New Food Sources For The Medes Islands Yellow-legged Gull

The diet of the yellow-legged gull in the Medes Islands (Girona, Spain) has changed extremely over the last decades, according to a study that analyzes the changes in the diet of this species over the last twenty years. Regarding these gulls, which...
Related topics: Medical Research

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