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More Than 40% of Millennials Have Changed Their Diets Because It’s Better for the Environment

A new survey of American millennials found that their relationship to food is more unique than that of previous generations, as almost 6 in...

How Do Nutritional Plant-Based Diets Compare With Meat Diets For Our Environment? Scientists Answer.

The scientists compared the diets based on the exact amount of protein that consumers usually get from meat-inclusive diets.

Scientist Surprised to Find How Important it is to Have Visual Diet Rich in Kindness Over Cuteness

This new piece of research shows that people experience twice as much positive emotion with images of kindness compared to pretty pictures.

When Diets Don’t Work, Try Time-Restricted Eating – It’s Not All About Counting Calories

You don't have to cut out the cheesecake in order to lose weight – you just have to set your alarm for a time-restricted eating schedule.

The Mathematics of Weight Loss, and Toppling the Diet Myths Along the Way

When you lose weight, where does all the fat go? Most people don't actually know, so this scientist is here to explain it.

Why Sleep is More Important Than Diet and How it Reversed Bone Disease

This renowned nutritionist did not think he was ever going to recover from his bone disease until he changed his lifestyle so he could get a better night's sleep.

Moms Start Allergy-Friendly Food Pantry for Families Who Can’t Afford Special Diets

Two Kansas moms started the nation's first allergy-friendly food pantry after they both financially struggled because of their kids’ allergies.

World’s Oldest Tortoise is Revived by New, Healthier Diet at 183-Yrs-old

The world’s oldest living land animal — a 183 year-old tortoise named Jonathan — is back on his feet, having regained his senses after starting...

Mediterranean Diet and Extra Olive Oil Can Lower Risk of Breast Cancer

A spoonful full of sugar may help the medicine go down, but four extra tablespoons of olive oil a day may significantly lower a...

Healthy Desserts and Snacks You Can Buy or Make That Won’t Bust Your Diet

  It's an age-old question: how can we lose weight while winning the battle against cravings, and feel satisfied at the same time? My answer is...

Hooray! A Diet Cheat Day Can Help You Lose Weight: Here’s How To Own It

According to a recent study, indulging in a diet cheat day could actually help boost your metabolism and lose weight. Sounds too good to be true, but...

Watercress: The Surprising Health & Diet Benefits You’d Never Guess

There are a number of “superfoods” out there, but this one, perhaps the least expensive, most low-calorie, and easiest to prepare, has somehow flown quietly under...

Stop Shunning Fat in Your Diet Says New US Dietary Guideline

For years, headlines have promoted low-fat diets and pushed us toward low-fat meals and snacks on grocery shelves. Fats have been truly maligned, like...

Diet May Cut Risk of Alzheimer’s by 50% (Long-term Study of 900 Seniors)

A hybrid version of the Mediterranean diet, nicknamed appropriately with the acronym MIND, could significantly lower a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, according...
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Landmark Study Shows Link Between Dietary Patterns And Depression in Women

Women whose diet includes more foods that trigger inflammation—like sugar-sweetened or diet soft drinks, refined grains, red meat, and margarine—and fewer foods that restrain...
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Mediterranean Diet Shines In Clinical Study

A careful test of the so-called Mediterranean diet involving more than 7,000 people at high risk for heart attacks and strokes found the diet...
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Off His Meds by Christmas After Only 6 Weeks of Veg Diet

"He is living proof that chronic heart disease can be reversed in weeks." 56 year-old Mark had a history of heart problems and eventually had...
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Study: Diet May Help ADHD Kids More Than Drugs

Hyperactivity. Fidgeting. Inattention. Impulsivity. If your child has one or more of these qualities on a regular basis, you may be told that he...
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New Diets for Cows, Sheep Could Cut Emissions

New diets for cows and sheep could reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, research funded by Britain's Department for environment shows. Feeding the animals maize...
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Good Diet Improves Looks More Than Make-up

Eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly can do more to make you good-looking than cosmetic surgery or make-up, according to academics at St...