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Ketogenic Diet: Which Patients Benefit?
When it comes to addressing disease, most diets have a precautionary pitch: Eat better, lose weight, and push back the day you receive an unwanted diagnosis from your doctor. In recent years, the ketogenic diet (KD) has changed this dynamic by being ...
The Weird History of the Keto
Is the Very Trendy Keto Diet Actually Safe For You? We InvestigatePOPSUGAR

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Vanity Fair

Santa Clarita Diet Is About More Than a Flesh-Eating Realtor, Says Drew Barrymore
Vanity Fair
Drew Barrymore's Santa Clarita Diet character faces the same problems as the rest of us: fighting the uphill battle of raising a teenager, navigating the nuanced tribulations of careers and marriage, sating her ravenous craving for human flesh. But ...
Santa Clarita Diet Season 2 Review (Spoiler-Free)Den of Geek US
Drew Barrymore Felt a 'Responsibility' to Lose 20 Lbs. for Santa Clarita Diet: 'No Excuses'
New To Netflix This Week: Santa Clarita Diet Season 2, New Anime, And More Movies And TV ShowsGameSpot
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BarBend (blog)

Struggling to Stay On Track With Your Diet? These 3 Tricks Could Help
BarBend (blog)
Heads up! This article is about diet tricks – not fundamentals. These can be really useful for people who already have a sound diet planned, and are having a little difficulty sticking to it (for whatever reason). If you don't follow any sort of diet ...
How to Support a Friend Who is on a DietBeliefnet
New Diet Study Shows Meal Timing And Frequency Can Boost Weight Loss More Than Counting CaloriesThe Inquisitr
Still tempted to try the blood type diet? Here's what the experts sayBusinessGhana

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Stanford Diet Study Casts Doubt on Calorie Counting - Bloomberg
Even with modern food labeling and calorie-counting apps, forces beyond our control affect how much energy we burn each day. (Health-care policymakers, take note.)

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Pacific Standard

Beef Eaters Contribute Almost Half of the US's Diet-Related Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Pacific Standard
Nearly half of the United States' diet-related greenhouse gas emissions result from only 20 percent of Americans' dietary choices, a new study finds. The study, published in Environmental Research Letters, finds that Americans with the highest levels ...
Study Finds Beef a Big Culprit in Diet-Related Greenhouse Gas EmissionsCourthouse News Service
20 percent of Americans responsible for almost half of US food-related greenhouse gas emissionsScience Daily
Twenty percent of Americans responsible for nearly half of US food-related greenhouse gas emissionsNews from Tulane
Tech Explorist (press release) -Zacks
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Every Question You've Ever Had About The Keto Diet — Answered
You'll find very little contention about using ketogenic diets here: Research shows they can be powerfully effective, especially when medications don't work for epilepsy. In the 1960s, some health care professionals began using ketogenic diets for ...

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Big Breakfast Bests the Traditional 6-Meal Diabetes Diet
When you eat matters most when it comes to diet planning for people with type 2 diabetes. Its all in the timing, according to researchers from Tel Aviv University who propose shifting the way you eat so you're having biggest meal at breakfast and the ...

Science Daily

Fish accounted for surprisingly large part of the Stone Age diet
Science Daily
Osteologists Adam Boethius and Torbjörn Ahlström have studied the importance of various protein sources in the human diet across three millennia, from around 10 500 to 7 500 years ago. This was done by combining chemical analyses of human bones from ...

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Tom Brady Won't Loosen His Diet After He Retires from Football ...
Tom Brady plans to continue his football career for the foreseeable future—with the full support of his wife, Gisele Bünchen, by the way—but if he ever does retire, don't expect him to relax his famously strict diet. “It's possible,” the New England ...
Tom Brady diet update: Patriots QB doesn't hate tomatoes, but thinks strawberries taste like '(expletive)' (blog)

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Women's Health

Fasting diets reduce important risk factor for cardiovascular disease
Science Daily
During the study, overweight participants were assigned to either the 5:2 diet or a daily calorie restriction diet and were required to lose five per cent of their weight. Those on the 5:2 diet ate normally for five days and for their two fasting days ...
The 5:2 Diet Could Speed Up Your Metabolism AND Keep Your Heart HealthyWomen's Health
Fasting Diet Improves Cardiovascular Health: University of Surrey ResearchPerfScience
There's now scientific evidence to suggest there are real health benefits to fasting — and they're not just related ...Business Insider
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