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Daily Mail

Diet drinks and low-calorie meals trick the brain into making you FATTER and trigger diabetes, study claims
Daily Mail
Diet drinks and meals could cause people to put on weight and trigger diabetes even when they are low-calorie. Modern diet products confuse the human body because there is nothing natural like them, scientists say. Where a low-calorie drink is still as ...

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ESPN (blog)

How Netflix changed David Johnson's diet
ESPN (blog)
After watching two food documentaries on Netflix, Johnson and his wife, Meghan, both adopted a plant-based diet about a month ago. Thus far, according to Johnson, an All-Pro and Pro Bowl selection a year ago, he feels better since (mostly) removing ...

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NFL.com

Netflix binge leads to new diet for David Johnson - NFL.com
NFL.com
Cardinals RB David Johnson moved to a plant-based diet after binging on documentaries on Netflix. Johnson is part of a growing trend of pro athletes opting to ...

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CNN

Australian bodybuilder with rare disorder dies eating high-protein diet
CNN
Only after her death did her family learn that Hefford, the mother of a 7-year-old girl and a 5-year-old boy, had a rare genetic disorder that prevented her body from properly metabolizing her high-protein diet. Urea cycle disorder, which causes a ...
This Bodybuilder's Death Was Linked To Her High-Protein Diet In A Bizarre WayWomen's Health
Mandurah mum's use of protein shakes being blamed for contributing to her deathPerth Now
What is a Urea Cycle Disorder? - the National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundationthe National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation
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Men's Health

Everything You Should Know About the Ketogenic Diet
Men's Health
I'm beginning to hear more and more people lecture me about the benefits of the ketogenic diet. “Keto burns fat fast! It turbo-charges your energy! It fights disease! You can eat all the bacon you want!” But as is so often the case with diets ...

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Quartz

“Clean eating” promotes unhealthy habits—especially among kids
Quartz
But while some clean eating plans are focused on a balanced diet—with less processed and more whole foods—others are extreme. Some advise cutting out things such as gluten, or whole food groups, such as grains and dairy—all the while advising us to ...



ABC10

Concerns and questions over Linden Road 'road diet' project
ABC10
"We had a four lane major thoroughfare and now we're to two lanes, one lane in each direction," said Dan Amegin, West Sacramento resident. "Our major concern is safety. Coming around the cornerr, we have a bus stop here and kids pour out of here twice ...



Mongabay.com

Ever wondered how much your pet's diet impacts the environment?
Mongabay.com
Meat production has well-documented impacts on the environment, as Okin notes in a study he published this month in the journal PloS ONE: “Compared to a plant-based diet, a meat-based diet requires more energy, land, and water and has greater ...



Business Insider

The biggest reason people fail at diets, according to a dietitian
Business Insider
The idea of deprivation, ingrained in many diets, "gives us control over a situation" in the short term, Stuart said, perhaps leading people to think, "I haven't eaten any cookies, I'm so good." "This short-term diet doesn't become a habit," she said ...

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Four States Homepage

Freeman Medical Focus: Autism Diet Concerns
Four States Homepage
"The most common issues we've seen in our clinic is what we call food selectivity, meaning that the kiddos are eliminating entire food groups in their diet, mostly fruits and vegetables. The foods that they tend to gravitate toward are the snack-type ...


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