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Los Angeles Times

Even without nudging blood pressure up, high-salt diet hobbles the brain
Los Angeles Times
It suggests that even before a chronic high-salt diet nudges blood pressure up and compromises the health of tiny blood vessels in the brain, the oversalted gut is independently sending messages that lay the groundwork for corrosion throughout that ...
Alzheimer's disease: Eating a high-salt diet can increase your dementia riskExpress.co.uk
High salt diet could also be bad for brain health, researchers findABC Online
Salt-heavy diet can starve the brain of nutrients, leading to dementia: StudyChannel NewsAsia
FoodNavigator-Asia.com
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The Spokesman-Review

Five reasons not to diet in 2018, and what to do instead
The Spokesman-Review
January, a.k.a. National Dieting Month, is once again upon us. 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 ...
The New Year Diet and Intuitive EatingState College News

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Medical News Today

Can a Western diet permanently alter the immune system?
Medical News Today
Consuming a Western diet may prompt irreversible changes in the immune system that make it hyper-responsive to triggers of inflammation, says a new study.
Our Bodies Could Be Treating a Western Diet Like It Was a Dangerous InfectionScienceAlert
Fast food makes the immune system more aggressive in the long term — Universität BonnUniversität Bonn

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Big Think (blog)

How the Mediterranean Diet Can Help You Live Live Longer and ...
Big Think (blog)
As diet fads come and go, the Mediterranean diet continues to be a mainstay of recommendations due to a consistent flow of studies that confirm its benefits. A new meta-study just came out that says the diet is a boon for seniors, helping them avoid ...

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GQ Magazine

The Real-Life Diet of Brandon Ingram, the NBA's Most Talented Beanpole
GQ Magazine
After an up-and-down rookie season playing for a franchise plunging headlong into the post-Kobe Bryant, Brandon Ingram is reminding the world why the Lakers made him the second overall pick in the 2016 NBA draft. The 20-year-old forward trails Kyle ...



Medical News Today

How dietary fat helps prostate cancer to spread
Medical News Today
Research points to the high-fat Western diet as the main environmental culprit behind prostate cancer metastasis. The recent research consists of a set of papers published in the journals Nature Genetics and Nature Communications. The first author of ...
Flipping the switch: Dietary fat, changes in fat metabolism may promote prostate cancer metastasisScience Daily
Limiting dietary fat could help prevent prostate cancer's fatal metastatic progressionNew Atlas
Fatty Western diets make prostate cancer more aggressive - but a new type of statin could control the disease, new ...Daily Mail

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Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)

Should You Try the Whole30 Diet? – Health Essentials from ...
Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)
Have you been hearing a lot about the Whole30 diet? This 30-day elimination diet involves giving up alcohol, sugar, artificial sweeteners, grains, dairy, and legumes. There are many health claims about this diet, so we asked a dietitian to help us sort ...

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Auburn Citizen

Buchberger: The role of diet in treating tendon disorders
Auburn Citizen
Entering a new year is a good time to correct some dietary deficiencies. So this article revisits a topic I covered eight years ago. When it comes to injuries such as muscle strains, ligament tears, nerve irritation, tendon tears, tendonitis, etc ...



Minneapolis Star Tribune

More Minnesota women are ditching diets: 'Weight loss is not a goal ...
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Minnesota women are taking aim at the "diet culture" and stereotypes about plus-size people.

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The Atlantic

Diet Coke's Moment of Panic
The Atlantic
But soda's prospects have since fizzled. Diet Coke may still be the second-most popular soda in the country, but soft-drink consumption has declined every year this decade, according to an analysis shared with The Atlantic by the research group ...
The new Diet Coke is zesty, feisty and so thirsty for millennials ...The Denver Post
New Diet Coke Branding Tells Millennials It Can Keep Them SlimInc.com
Lime-A-Rita Hilariously Shaded Diet Coke Over Their New Flavors and Soda CansDelish.com
AZCentral.com -The Daily Meal -Tonic -The Coca-Cola Company
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