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Dollar Stores and Rural Nutrition
In rural communities grocery shopping can mean a trip to a dollar store. The stores rarely offer fresh food, a problem for residents' diets.
School-Based Gardens Improve Kids' Diets
When kids learn to grow foods at school, they tend to eat better. They're also less likely to develop diabetes or pre-diabetes.
Fatty Fast Food Livers
Eating even a modest fast food meal daily -- a small burger and fries -- can lead to fatty liver disease.
Eating to Conceive
People trying to conceive can get extra help from their diet. The Mediterranean diet's anti-inflammatory properties can boost fertility.
Intermittent Fasting Changes Genes
A long, overnight break between meals gives cells a chance to reboot and changes gene expression in a good way. Try eating dinner earlier.
What Does "Whole Grain" Really Mean?
The fiber in whole grains has undeniable health benefits, but there are conflicting guidelines for consumers. How to be sure of your intake.
Eating For a More Resilient Brain
The brain tissue of seniors who died with less dementia and fewer cognitive deficits had higher levels of this vitamin.
Thanks for the Memories
Seniors who ate more foods containing plant-based flavonols had better memories and reduced their risk of heart problems and cancer.
A Nutritional Scoring System to Help Us Make Better Food Choices
Food Compass rates the nutritional value of common foods across several dimensions. People who ate more high-scoring foods lived longer.
An Ultra-Processed Early Death
It is estimated that our love of snacks, cakes and cookies made with manufactured ingredients, leads to 30,000 premature deaths. Eat real.
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