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mindbodygreen.com

The Diet That Completely Changed My Gut Health (When Nothing Else Worked)
mindbodygreen.com
For some time, I experimented on my own since there was very little on the internet about the low-FODMAP diet when I started researching it. I felt like a lone ship in the dark floundering around trying to find my way across the oceans. I soon realized ...



WABC-TV

Study: Diet soda linked to reduced colon cancer death
WABC-TV
There is good news for people who love diet soda. A study finds that drinking artificially sweetened soft drinks may lower the risk of colon cancer recurrence and cancer death. Researchers from Yale University found that people who drank one or more ...
Diet soda linked to reduced colon cancer death, study saysWSB Atlanta
National briefs: Research: Diet sodas may fight cancer's returnPittsburgh Post-Gazette
Lower colon cancer death risk among diet-soda drinkersFuturity: Research News
Bend Bulletin
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NEWS.com.au

What in the world is keto cycling — and should you try it?
NEWS.com.au
Keto cycling, aka Cyclical Ketogenic Diet, or CKD for short, is actually a less-restrictive form of keto (yes, more carbs), for those who are looking for an alternative to the extreme diet, or those looking for a way to ease them into full ketosis. SO ...
Vermillion steakhouse adds ketogenic diet options to menuSioux City Journal
Jenna Jameson Credits Ketogenic Diet For 45-Pound Weight LossThe Inquisitr
Paleo vs. Keto Diet: Which Low-Carb Diet Is Right for You?Men's Health
New Straits Times Online -Body and Soul
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Bloomberg

California's Energy Diet Is Working
Bloomberg
But swapping a 3,000-pound internal combustion automobile for an 80-pound electric bike means a massive reduction in energy consumption for doing the same job of moving a person around. California's energy and emissions diet is working. Right now ...

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menshealth.com

Are High-Fat Diets Bad for Weight Loss?
menshealth.com
A new study suggests that fat, not carbs, is directly linked to weight gain; The study looked at mice on 30 different types of diets. Researchers found that the mice on a high-fat, low-carb diet gained the most weight, while mice on a low-carb diet ...

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New York Times

How to Get America on the Mediterranean Diet
New York Times
Of course, even the Mediterranean diet can sound like just another trend — especially in our current political moment, when so many are dismissive of anything with a European flavor to it. Recent news doesn't help, either: This past month a study on ...



Neurology Advisor

Western Diet Significantly Associated With Alzheimer Disease Severity
Neurology Advisor
CHICAGO -- Findings from cross-sectional analyses showed that following a Western dietary pattern was associated with more severe Alzheimer disease neuropathologic variations. The Western diet is known to include high consumption of red meats, ...



Grub Street

Chef Caroline Fidanza Won't Give Up on Italian Cookies
Grub Street
If you're a New Yorker with friends into food, you may have once heard one say something like, “I want to be like Caroline Fidanza when I grow up.” Square foot for square foot, Fidanza & Co.'s Saltie might've been New York's most loved sandwich shop of ...



WRAL.com

Want to encourage your teen to go on a diet? Think again
WRAL.com
While it may seem like common sense for a teen to start dieting if they're struggling with their weight, a recent study finds that encouraging them to diet may have the opposite result in the long run, according to the story. "In a study published in ...

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Today.com

Intermittent fasting helps weight loss and diabetes control
Today.com
Intermittent fasting diets can do more than help people lose weight — they may have a medical benefit, too. A new study has found people who stuck to an intermittent fasting diet improved their symptoms of diabetes. Fasting diets are becoming ...

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