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MarketWatch

What's better for you: a low-fat or low-carb diet? Scientists have an answer
MarketWatch
To conduct the study, researchers recruited 609 people between the ages of 18 and 50. The participants were then randomized into one of two dietary groups, low-carbohydrate or low-fat, and instructed to stick to their diet for a year. (About 20% of ...
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
Low-fat vs. low-carb diet study: Eat more veggies, less sugar ...Business Insider
Newsweek -Everyday Health, Inc. (blog) -Clinical Advisor -New York Times
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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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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 ...



AccuWeather.com

How plant-based diets can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70 percent
AccuWeather.com
Vegan and vegetarian diets are not just the latest trend. According to climate experts, these diets could actually help mitigate the effects of climate change. “From a greenhouse gas standpoint and a climate standpoint, there are many advantages to a ...



Live Science

Should You Match Your Diet to Your Genes?
ConsumerReports.org
Eating plans that focus on matching your diet to your DNA or to the rate at which your body pumps out insulin (a hormone that has an impact on fat storage) have been popular recently. But a new study published today in the Journal of the American ...
Why You Probably Shouldn't Waste Your Money on DNA-Based DietsLive Science
The keto diet, explained - VoxVox
Your DNA Cannot Tell You How to Diet—YetGizmodo
Futurism -Los Angeles Times -NBCNews.com -Daily Mail
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Indianapolis Recorder

6 surprising diabetes diet tips
Indianapolis Recorder
Back in the early days of diabetes care, a “diabetes diet” was all about what you couldn't eat. Patients were put on carefully restricted diets that limited starches and sweets. No bread. No peas. No dessert. Basically no fun at all. But today diabetes ...

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WXYZ

New diet trends: How do they measure up?
WXYZ
(WXYZ) - There seems to be no shortage of diet trends these days, but how do they stack up? We asked Grace Derocha to show us what she thinks is the good and the bad. She's been a registered dietician for 17 years. She's also a health coach for Blue ...

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KOB 4

Keto Diet growing in popularity
KOB 4
Ketosis restricts your carbohydrate intake to 20-25gm per day, relying on fats and proteins for energy. This diet is targeted towards those who want to lose weight, improve their type II diabetes, and/or improve their gastrointestinal health. The ...



ABC Action News

Bay to Bay Boulevard to go on a 'road diet,' according to Tampa City engineers
ABC Action News
TAMPA, Fla. — "It's pleasant. I mean it's the reason why we moved to this area," said Palma Ceia homeowner Tim Scheu. Walking his daughters to school and preschool makes living in Palma Ceia a blessing for this Tampa dad. "We've learned that families ...

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Here's Why Matching Your Diet to Your DNA Is a Waste of Time
ScienceAlert
The weight-loss technique du jour: DNA-based diets. Companies such as DNAFit and Helix suggest consumers pay about US$100 and a simple cheek swab; the resulting genomic analysis will purportedly show them what kind of diet will keep their bodies in ...


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