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New York Times

Diet Studies, Decoded - The New York Times
New York Times
The evidence on what constitutes a healthy diet is actually quite consistent. It's not very complicated, either.

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Harvard Health (blog)

Diet and depression
Harvard Health (blog)
One could argue that, well, being depressed makes us more likely to eat unhealthy foods. This is true, so we should ask what came first, the diet or the depression? Researchers have addressed this question, thankfully. Another large analysis looked ...
Should the FDA Approve the Mediterranean Diet for Depression?Medscape

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Wall Street Journal

Is That Lenten Diet for God or for You?
Wall Street Journal
Are we giving up something out of love of God or because we would like to lose some weight?” When students talk about giving up refined sugar or going on a Keto diet for Lent, he says that's fine, but reminds them that Lent is about more than self ...

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Smithsonian

How Vampire Bats Can Survive on a Diet of Blood
Smithsonian
According to Veronique Greenwood of the New York Times, a new study has started to unpack the mystery surrounding vampire bats' diet. A team of researchers, led by Marie Lisandra Zepeda Mendoza of the University of Copenhagen, used vampire bat ...

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NBCNews.com

What is the keto diet — and is it right for you?
NBCNews.com
When most people hear "diet" they think calories, but on the keto diet specific caloric intake isn't the focus. “Mostly, I encourage my patients to eat according to their appetites,” says Jalali. “Your body can be in a ketogenic state at a range of ...



The Real-Life Diet of Chris Mazdzer, the First American Man to Win ...
GQ Magazine
Chris Mazdzer became the first American man to win singles luge medal in Olympic history, and he explains his diet and training regiment.

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Newsweek

High-Protein Diet Reduces Alzheimer's Disease Risk in Older Adults, Study Finds
Newsweek
High-protein diets rich in fish, meat and nuts may help to stave off Alzheimer's disease later in life, new research from Australia suggests. The study found a link between high protein intake and lower levels of dangerous protein in the brain, but ...

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St. Cloud Times

My 10-year bulimia recovery: Making peace in a diet din
St. Cloud Times
I try to make peace with doughnuts about once a week. I love the golden color, soft texture, rich chocolate and bright, crunchy sprinkles. I used to allow myself only one doughnut a year. Please don't adopt that food neurosis, or any others I will ...

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Artsy

Need a Creative Boost? Take a Look at Your Diet
Artsy
Rubell assures me she's not alone: virtually all the artists she can think of are exacting about the way they eat, though few follow diets. Rosen, her dealer, adds that most artists are also good cooks. And why not? Artists, almost by definition, are ...

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