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New York Times

Diet Studies, Decoded - The New York Times
New York Times
The evidence on what constitutes a healthy diet is actually quite consistent. It's not very complicated, either.

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Harvard Health (blog)

Diet and depression - Harvard Health Blog - Harvard Health ...
Harvard Health (blog)
Research has shown that what we eat matters for every aspect of our health, including our mental health, and found that a healthy diet was associated with a significantly lower risk of developing symptoms of depression.
Should the FDA Approve the Mediterranean Diet for Depression?Medscape

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Wall Street Journal

Is That Lenten Diet for God or for You?
Wall Street Journal
“I thought if I can do this for God during Lent, maybe that would give me the extra motivation I needed to stick to a diet,” she says. I. t didn't work. She cheated because she wasn't getting the protein she needed. Last year, the 27-year-old youth ...

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MarketWatch

What's better for you: a low-fat or low-carb diet? Scientists have an answer
MarketWatch
What's better? Low-fat diets? Or low-carb diets? Scientists at Stanford University School of Medicine put it to the test. The answer after their studies: It's a draw. It turns out that cutting either carbs or fats shaves off excess weight in about the ...
Time to focus more on diet quality than diet type, study suggestsMinnPost
Low-carb versus low-fat diet — which one is better?The Mercury News
A study comparing low-fat and low-carb diets may have revealed the real best diet for your body and brainMarkets Insider
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NBCNews.com

What is the keto diet — and is it right for you?
NBCNews.com
When most people hear "diet" they think calories, but on the keto diet specific caloric intake isn't the focus. “Mostly, I encourage my patients to eat according to their appetites,” says Jalali. “Your body can be in a ketogenic state at a range of ...



Smithsonian

How Vampire Bats Can Survive on a Diet of Blood | Smart News ...
Smithsonian
Vampire bats are the only mammals that feed solely on blood—an odd and potentially dangerous diet. Blood is very low in vitamins and high in protein, making it difficult for the kidneys to digest. The bats' snack of choice also threatens to expose ...

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GQ Magazine

The Real-Life Diet of Chris Mazdzer, the First American Man to Win ...
GQ Magazine
Chris Mazdzer became the first American man to win singles luge medal in Olympic history, and he explains his diet and training regiment.

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Newsweek

High-Protein Diet Reduces Alzheimer's Disease Risk in Older Adults ...
Newsweek
High-protein diets rich in fish, meat and nuts may help to stave off Alzheimer's disease later in life, new research from Australia suggests. The study found a link between high protein intake and lower levels of dangerous protein in the brain, but ...

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Vox

The keto diet, explained
Vox
The diet's long history in science also lends it credibility. Doctors have been prescribing ketogenic diets to treat epilepsy for nearly a century, and increasingly believe it may hold promise for people with Type 2 diabetes. But what's lost in the ...
Sorry, DNA-Based Diets Don't WorkFuturism
Your DNA won't determine the best diet to help you lose weightLos Angeles Times
Why You Probably Shouldn't Waste Your Money on DNA-Based DietsLive Science
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Daily Mail

The model has spoken to FEMAIL and busted the top diet and fitness myths
Daily Mail
Each day, thousands of new fad diets and 'fat-busting' fitness programs flood social media feeds and forums across Australia. And while some of them are legitimate, contradictory information makes it difficult for those embarking on a fitness and ...

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