Tag: Nutrition

8+ Striking Nutrition Studies Every Medical Student Should Read

In the United States, dietary factors are the most important risk factors for disease, yet medical schools fail to provide adequate nutrition…

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Calorie Density Is the Key to Weight Loss

Losing weight is hard. We make progress, and then we find ourselves back where we started—or worse, even heavier than before. It’s…

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Don’t Believe the Hype: Diets High in Saturated Fat DO Cause Heart Disease

A new commentary just published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine contends that saturated fat is uninvolved in coronary artery disease. Before…

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Why the Paleo Diet Doesn’t Make Sense

The Paleo diet seems like a great idea: eat like a caveman to avoid the diseases of civilization. The logic, so it…

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3 Strategies to Keep Your Sex Hormones Balanced

(This is the second article in a series that includes Why Hormones Matter and Three Ways to Mess Them Up.) Modern lifestyles…

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Can’t Cut Meat 100 Percent Yet? “The Reducetarian Solution” Says Less Is Next Best

The good news: There is a growing number of people who are reducing their intake of animal products. According to a recent…

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10 Best Articles of 2016

We’re proud of the work we did this year to help people live healthier, happier lives. Here’s a look at the most-read…

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10 Kid-Friendly Snacks You Can Make in 5 Minutes

As busy parents, it’s easy to always feel like we’re in a rush. Children are also growing fast and can seem hungry…

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What is the Healthiest Diet on the Planet?

Excerpted from “The Healthiest Diet on the Planet” by Dr. John McDougall and Mary McDougall. The Healthiest Diet on the Planet offers…

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What Acclaimed Author of “How Not to Die” Wants Us to Eat to Avoid an Early Death

In the nutrition world, Dr. Michael Greger is best-known for reviewing dozens of scientific studies every day and publishing daily videos about…

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Meals That Heal: My Journey from Cancer Patient to Plant-Based Chef and Teacher

My early childhood memories include vivid memories of food: the smell and sizzle of bologna on a hot skillet, the oozy cheesiness…

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The Plantrician Project: Educating Doctors and Nurses to Use Nutrition as Medicine

Have you asked your doctor questions about nutrition and diet? Did your doctor discuss with you the importance of good nutrition? Probably…

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