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CBS News

Low-carb diets may be best for losing weight and keeping it off, study finds
CBS News
Strictly limiting carbohydrates and eating more fat may help the body burn more calories, a new clinical trial shows. Researchers found that among 164 adults in a weight-loss study, those placed on a low-carb, high-fat diet burned more daily calories ...
Optimizing the dietScience Magazine
How a Low-Carb Diet Might Help You Maintain a Healthy WeightNew York Times
Low-carb diets can help keep the weight off, study saysAtlanta Journal Constitution
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Futurity: Research News

Should you eat a low-gluten diet?
Science Daily
An increasing number of people choose a low-gluten diet, even though they are not allergic to the dietary substance. This trend has sparked public debate about whether or not low-gluten diets are recommendable for people without allergies. Now ...
Low-gluten, high-fiber diet could settle your stomachFuturity: Research News
Gluten-free diets aren't as healthy as you think, study findsMetro

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Grub Street

Why the keto diet is a recipe for fat profits.
Grub Street
The time of the keto diet is now. Although the idea of a ketogenic diet was originally created by Mayo Clinic doctors to treat epileptics in 1923, its popularity as a weight-loss phenomenon has exploded since people started hyping butter coffee — and ...
What Can You Drink On A Keto Diet? Perfect Guide To Keto DrinksDoctor NDTV

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The 6 Biggest Keto Diet Mistakes
But the keto diet also has its downsides. For starters, its entire premise is based on a complex metabolic state known as ketosis, in which the body is forced to burn fat instead of carbohydrates for energy. It's not easy to send the body into ketosis ...
Should you be on the keto diet if you're pregnant?Pulse Nigeria
10 common reasons why you're not losing weight on the keto dietBusiness Insider Australia

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'Profound' Study Challenges Traditional Diet Tenet That All Calories Are Created Equal
Kaiser Health News
A study that was unique in both its size and rigor found that adults who cut carbohydrates from their diets and replaced them with fat sharply increased their metabolisms. Meanwhile, states want to get kids moving, but children of low-income families ...

New York Times

Diet, Not Age, May Account for Rising Blood Pressure
New York Times
The lead author, Noel T. Mueller, an assistant professor of epidemiology at Johns Hopkins, said that while it may not be feasible to follow a Yanomami diet, just cutting our salt intake in half could prevent an estimated 15 million cases of ...
Study of two tribes sheds light on role of Western-influenced diet in blood pressureMedical Xpress

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Should You Be Eating a High-Fat, Low-Carb Diet Like Keto? Scientists Weigh In
Diet fads often make the lofty claim that adjusting food habits one way or another will produce the dieter's desired results. More specifically: Eat this, not that, and watch the pounds fall off. But diets are hard to sustain, and it seems like diet ...

Learn How Cranberries Are A Healthy Addition To Your Diet
ROANOKE - Celebrate national cranberry day with a recipe for Chocolate Cranberry Smoothie! Kelly Six from Eclectic Wellness shares how cranberries are a flavorful and healthy fruit to add to your diet! Check it out! Chocolate Cranberry Smoothie

Scope (blog)

Diet Impact on Gut Microbes Revealed in Analysis of Himalayan Populations
While the groups have comparable ancestry, language patterns, and cultural practices, the investigators noted, their dietary habits range from hunting and gathering to long-standing or recent agricultural practices, which corresponded to gut microbiome ...
Changes in Himalayan gut microbiomes linked to dietScope (blog)
Variance in gut microbiome in Himalayan populations linked to dietary lifestylePhys.Org

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Science Magazine

The gut microbiota at the intersection of diet and human health
Science Magazine
Diet affects multiple facets of human health and is inextricably linked to chronic metabolic conditions such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Dietary nutrients are essential not only for human health but also for the health and ...

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