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CNN

Diet sabotage: How to navigate the holidays with dietary restrictions
CNN
Whether you have allergies or intolerances, have decided to go vegetarian or simply want to lose weight, the holidays -- especially the food that seems to be everywhere -- can create scenarios that make diet restrictions even harder. "So many people ...

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Diet rich in fruits and vegetables tied to fewer menopause symptoms
Reuters
The study team also identified three distinct eating patterns: some women's diets were abundant in fruits and vegetables; others consumed plenty of mayonnaise, oils, sweets and desserts; and a third group favored a wide variety of fatty foods and snacks.

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Everyday Health

Study Sheds Light on How Low-Carb Diets Can Boost Metabolism and Help With Weight Loss
Everyday Health
Many current diets emphasize a low-carb approach, including the popular ketogenic diet. “Our study adds to the literature that suggests metabolic benefits for reducing processed carbohydrates in our diets,” says David Ludwig, MD, principal investigator ...
The Real Scoop on the Latest Low-Carb Diet Study - MedscapeMedscape
More calories burned when diet is low in carbsReuters
Just in time for the holidays: Low-carb diet may be key to losing weightPacifica Tribune
Maxim -WRBL -The BMJ
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Medical Xpress

Low-protein high-carb diet shows promise for healthy brain aging
Medical Xpress
Low-protein high-carbohydrate diets may be the key to longevity, and healthy brain ageing in particular, according to a new mice study from the University of ...
Low-protein, high-carb diet may help ward off dementia | Society ...The Guardian
Low-protein high-carb diet shows promise for healthy brain agingEurekAlert (press release)
Low-protein, high-carb diet may promote healthy brain ageingNews-Medical.net
Business Insider Australia -Xinhua
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Medical News Today

Why a low-gluten diet may benefit everyone - Medical News Today
Medical News Today
New research, published in the journal Nature Communications, finds that a diet low in gluten may also benefit the health of people who are not allergic to it.
Is Low-Gluten Diet Option Healthier Choice For Everyone? | Buzz ...Buzz Herald

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Mapping dietary data to better understand the relationship between diet and disease
EurekAlert (press release)
Dublin, Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 - Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have developed a new data mapping method which improves the quality of dietary data collected by short frequency questionnaires (SFQs), thereby improving the capacity to ...

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WEAU

Making or breaking your Thanksgiving diet in 2018
WEAU
On average, Americans consume 3,000 to 4,500 calories at their thanksgiving celebrations compared to a typical 2,000 calorie diet, according to Consumer Report. So how much of a difference does a little pre-planning and exercise make heading into your ...



Health.com

The Alcohol You Can Actually Drink on the Keto Diet
Health.com
Yes, most alcoholic beverages are essentially carbohydrate in liquid form. And yes, since your carbs are so limited on the keto diet, you're better off choosing carbs that are bundled with good-for-you nutrients. (Think whole grains, fruits, and ...
How to Stick to Your Keto Diet and Still Enjoy the Holiday Seasonmenshealth.com
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Low Carb & Keto Apple Crumble (i.e. Chayote Squash) | gnom-gnomgnom-gnom
Little Pine Low Carb -Diabetes Education Online -Taste of Home
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Minnesota Public Radio News

Humankind documentary: Diet and Health
Minnesota Public Radio News
A Thanksgiving Eve documentary about food, nutrition and health. Physicians and nutritionists discuss what we know about the ways a healthful diet can increase your long-term well-being. Some physicians are taking a more proactive approach guiding ...



News-Medical.net

New data mapping method improves capacity to identify diet-disease relationships
News-Medical.net
Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have developed a new data mapping method which improves the quality of dietary data collected by short frequency questionnaires (SFQs), thereby improving the capacity to identify diet-disease relationships.


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