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What's better for you: a low-fat or low-carb diet? Scientists have an answer
To conduct the study, researchers recruited 609 people between the ages of 18 and 50. The participants were then randomized into one of two dietary groups, low-carbohydrate or low-fat, and instructed to stick to their diet for a year. (About 20% of ...
Low-carb versus low-fat diet — which one is better?The Mercury News
A study comparing low-fat and low-carb diets may have revealed the real best diet for your body and brainBusiness Insider
Time to focus more on diet quality than diet type, study suggestsMinnPost
Newsweek -Everyday Health, Inc. (blog) -Clinical Advisor -New York Times
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Harvard Health (blog)

Diet and depression
Harvard Health (blog)
Just this week, I have seen three patients with depression requiring treatment. Treatment options include medications, therapy, and self-care. Self-care includes things like sleep, physical activity, and diet, and is just as important as meds and ...
Should the FDA Approve the Mediterranean Diet for Depression?Medscape

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What is the keto diet — and is it right for you?
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 ...


New diet trends: How do they measure up?
(WXYZ) - There seems to be no shortage of diet trends these days, but how do they stack up? We asked Grace Derocha to show us what she thinks is the good and the bad. She's been a registered dietician for 17 years. She's also a health coach for Blue ...

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Pilot Study Is Testing Whether Mediterranean Diet Can Help MS Patients
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
Sand's team is seeking to understand the role that diet and gut bacteria play in the inflammation and nerve cell degeneration seen in autoimmune disorders like MS. Their pilot trial (NCT02986893) is assessing whether a Mediterranean diet can improve MS ...
A diet for stroke survivors; ocean pollution and your healthHometown Focus

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New York Times

Diet Studies, Decoded
New York Times
The scientific research on what constitutes a healthy diet can sure seem confusing. One study says that one thing is good for you. A few years later, another study says that the same thing is bad for you — or doesn't matter. The latest research seems ...

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Live Science

Should You Match Your Diet to Your Genes?
Eating plans that focus on matching your diet to your DNA or to the rate at which your body pumps out insulin (a hormone that has an impact on fat storage) have been popular recently. But a new study published today in the Journal of the American ...
Why You Probably Shouldn't Waste Your Money on DNA-Based DietsLive Science
The keto diet, explained - VoxVox
Your DNA Cannot Tell You How to Diet—YetGizmodo
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Keto Diet growing in popularity
Ketosis restricts your carbohydrate intake to 20-25gm per day, relying on fats and proteins for energy. This diet is targeted towards those who want to lose weight, improve their type II diabetes, and/or improve their gastrointestinal health. The ...

YouTube personality from Houston dies from breast cancer after claiming vegan diet had cured her
A Houston woman and popular YouTube personality has died from breast cancer after claiming that her vegan diet, among other lifestyle changes, had cured her of the disease. Mari Lopez's death was confirmed by her niece Liz Johnson on YouTube Sunday ...
Vegan YouTuber Who Claimed Raw Food Cured Her Cancer Dies From DiseaseNewsweek
YouTube star who claimed a vegan diet 'cured' her cancer, diesYahoo Lifestyle
YouTube star, who claimed her vegan diet 'cured' her breast cancer, dies of the diseaseTimes Now
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How plant-based diets can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70 percent
Vegan and vegetarian diets are not just the latest trend. According to climate experts, these diets could actually help mitigate the effects of climate change. “From a greenhouse gas standpoint and a climate standpoint, there are many advantages to a ...

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