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USA TODAY

Got inflammation? The Tom Brady diet might help
USA TODAY
According to the couple's chef, Allen Campbell, their diet is 80 percent veggie, 20 percent lean meat and fish, with no sugar, white flour, dairy, coffee, alcohol, nor nightshade plants — that means no bell pepper, eggplant, potato and tomato. This ...
Tom Brady Just Revealed His Intense Diet for Peak Fitness (and Why He Won't Drink Water at Mealtime)Inc.com
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What does Tom Brady eat? How the star stays on the field in his 40s ...CBS News
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NBCNews.com

What Happens to Your Brain When You Go on a Diet
NBCNews.com
This is at the heart of why diets don't work, says Sandra Aamodt, PhD, (appropriately) the author of Why Diets Make Us Fat. “Whenever your weight changes too much, your brain will intervene to push it back to what it thinks is the correct weight for you.




Reader's Digest

Following the Mediterranean Diet Beats Acid Reflux Better Than ...
Reader's Digest
Make this simple and healthy lifestyle change and you might never have to take traditional medication for your acid reflux again.
Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Need for Reflux MedicationHealthline

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Big Think

Ketogenic Diets Have "Profound Effect on Brain Function," Studies Find
Big Think
Ketogenic diets are this year's weight-loss silver bullet. While we should approach every diet with a healthy dose of skepticism, the more studies being conducted on ketosis—the state your body enters when producing elevated amounts of ketone bodies, ...



Not so fast: Pros and cons of the newest diet trend
Harvard Health
"One pattern that has become a bit popular is the so-called 5:2 diet," says Dr. Frank Hu, chair of the department of nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. With this system, you eat normally for five days of the week, but restrict ...



Harvard Health

An advantage of adding almonds to your diet?
Harvard Health
For the study, researchers recruited 82 people with elevated LDL cholesterol. For six weeks, they followed a cholesterol-lowering diet that included either 1.5 ounces (a scant 1/3 cup) of almonds, or a muffin with a similar number of calories (the ...



Washington Examiner

The federal government is morbidly obese but Sen. Tom Cotton still wants to quit the diet
Washington Examiner
Watching Congress try to budget is like watching an episode of "My 600-lb Life," that show where the super-morbidly obese try to live healthy before their weight consumes them entirely. Our corpulent Congress talks about cutting spending, about eating ...




Markets Insider

Obesity rates are the highest ever, and dietitians say a key factor may be to blame
Markets Insider
Nutritionists and public health experts say both issues can be traced to our diet. Globally, more processed, caloric foods are available to more people than at any other point in history. Nowhere is the problem of cheap, unhealthy, omnipresent food ...

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