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8 healthy tweaks to make your diet today, according to nutritionists
NBCNews.com
The desire to get healthier is a common goal, but the thought of a massive dietary overhaul may seem overwhelming. Truthfully, even small tweaks have health payoffs, including lowering your chances of conditions like diabetes and heart disease. Plus ...



Fortune

Satire: Trump's Health Report Spurs Burger-Based Diet Craze
Fortune
Just days after Dr. Ronny Jackson concluded the President is in excellent health, a new diet craze is already on the rise, even as many in corporate America express doubt about the viral trend. Spurred by reports of President Trump's physical well ...

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Vox

Why certain diets may increase your cancer risk
Vox
“There are several stimulators of chronic inflammation, and diet is one of those factors that can constantly stimulate the body toward a more chronic inflammatory state,” said lead study author Fred Tabung, a research associate in the department of ...
'Inflammatory Diet' May Boost Colorectal Cancer RiskLive Science

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Today.com

Want to try the Whole30 diet? This starter kit has everything you need
Today.com
If you're into trying different healthy eating plans, chances are you've dabbled with Whole30 — or at least toyed with the idea of it — until you realized how much food you'd really have to throw out of your fridge and pantry. And then have to start ...
Whole30 vs. Paleo | POPSUGAR FitnessPOPSUGAR

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Fresh fruit, vegetables mainstay of best diet
KPCnews.com
It would be nice if the resolutions we make with each new year were easy to achieve and maintain. But we all know that if they were easy, they would already be happening. The difficult problems, like weight control and dieting, seem to make the list ...



Slate Magazine

The Minnesota Diet
Slate Magazine
Her goal is to keep healthy people as close as possible to the Minnesota diet, which after all didn't kill anybody. She attends endless meetings, during which usually responsible adults snap at one another, zone out instead of listening, and get ...



5 reasons not to diet in 2018, and what to do instead
MyAJC
Before you sign up for another a restrictive eating plan that has been designed by someone who doesn't even know you, here are five reasons to opt out of diet culture this year. 1. Diets don't work. Anyone who says they have found the proven way to ...



Paleolithic diet healthier for overweight women
Science Daily
In her doctoral dissertation, Caroline Blomquist has spent two years following a group of 70 postmenopausal women with a body mass index exceeding 27, that is, overweight women after menopause. Half of the women held a diet according to Nordic ...



New York Times

High-Fat Diet May Fuel Spread of Prostate Cancer
New York Times
Obesity is linked to prostate cancer, scientists know, but it's not clear why. On Monday, researchers reported a surprising connection. When prostate cancers lose a particular gene, they become tiny fat factories, a team at Beth Israel Deaconess ...

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BBC News

Dolphin diet study gives conservation clues
BBC News
Wild dolphins need up to 33,000 calories a day, researchers have found - equivalent to about 60 portions of salmon. In contrast, Olympic swimmers - who are smaller and less active - burn about 12,000 calories a day during training. Studying the ...

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