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Digestion breaks down food into byproducts that can be either good or not-so-good for our memories. It's all about the foods we eat.
Vitamin D Offers No COVID Protection
Vitamin D may be good for your bones, but hopes that it might help the immune system protect the body from COVID have been proven wrong.
Ultra-Processed “Gateway” Foods
Foods like potato chips and packaged pastries are habit-forming and can lead teens to eat more foods with lots of salt, sugar and fats.
Tea Drinkers Live Longer -- Really
Go ahead, have a cup. Those who drink tea regularly tend to live longer than those who never touch the stuff. Two cups were better than one.
Breakfast with Mental Health Benefits
It’s not only eating breakfast that matters to kids' academic performance. Where they eat their morning meal makes a difference, too.
Banana Peels Are No Joke
"Bacon," pulled peel sandwiches, and cookies from banana peels? Yes, it's true. Powdered peels add fiber and low-cal sweetness to foods.
Time to Up Your Fiber?
Even a small increase in your fiber intake can make a significant difference in your gut health. Pretty much any fiber supplement can help.
Vitamin D Supplements Yield Disappointing Results
We've been told that taking vitamin D can strengthen our bones, but a large study finds the supplement offers few, if any, benefits.
How Nutritious is Fake Meat?
Plant-based proteins, often made from soy and wheat, do not appear to be as available to our bodies as the real thing.
Junk Food Undermines Kids' Fitness
Kids who eat a lot of ultraprocessed foods -- such as chips, fries and processed meats -- lose out on more than nutrition.
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