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Phosphorus nutrition can hasten plant and microbe growth in arid, high elevation sites: New study of post-glacial environments sheds light on the limits to life on Earth
Science Daily, - May 25, 2018

Glacial retreat in cold, high-altitude ecosystems exposes environments that are extremely sensitive to phosphorus input, new University of Colorado Boulder-led research shows. The finding upends previous ecological assumptions, helps scientists understand plant ...

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Low-fat diet reduces risk of breast cancer death
NHS Choices, - May 25, 2018

"A low-fat diet full of fruits and vegetables could reduce risk of breast cancer death," the Mail Online reports.This headline is based on a long-term follow-up of a US trial conducted in the 1990s, which included nearly 50,000 postmenopausal women. The women were ...

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Redmond schools honor 2 nutrition services employees
KTVZ, Oregon - May 25, 2018

REDMOND, Ore. - The Redmond School District Nutrition Services team has named Brandon Evans and Adrian Robles as its two outstanding employees for the 2017-18 school year, Nutrition Services ...

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This Woman Gave Up Her Restrictive Diet and Intense Exercise Regimen–and Feels Happier and Stronger Than Ever
Health.com, District of Columbia - May 25, 2018

 Unhappy and angry, this influencer tried eating more and working out less—and she's never felt better. Personal trainer Courtney Black used to pretty much live on veggies and kill herself doing tiring workouts. ...

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What Are The Differences Between The Paleo And Keto Diets?
Delish.com - May 25, 2018

Neither the Paleo nor the Keto (short for "ketogenic") diets are new, but there's been a huge surge in Google searches for both of them over the past year. That's likely because certain extremely fit and good-looking celebrities swear by these meal plans: Jessica ...

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Don't Worry About That Diet Soda Habit: Artificial Sweeteners Are Harmless, Say Scientists
Reason (blog), - May 25, 2018

Doug Meszler / Splash News/NewscomGood news for fans of diet drinks and sugar-free sweets: You can safely ignore the hype about zero-calorie sweeteners somehow triggering weight gain and metabolic issues, according to a team of U.S. and European scientists.The ...

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Icahn to trim stake in nutrition group Herbalife
Financial Times, US - May 25, 2018

© APLindsay Fortado May 25, 2018 Print this pageCarl Icahn is trimming his position in Herbalife for the first time, one of his longest-standing holdings and the genesis of a sharp-tongued battle with activist Bill Ackman.Mr Icahn has held the stake ...

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Diet (not genes) decides fat taste sensitivity
FoodNavigator.com, District of Columbia - May 25, 2018

The study on twins, conducted by researchers from the University of Deakin, Australia and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,​ suggests that an individual’s taste for fatty foods is not driven by genes but by diet.Lead researcher ...

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Talia Baiocchi’s Dinner Parties Involve Illicit Steaks and Late-Night Pictionary
Grub Street - May 25, 2018

Talia Baiocchi knows everything that you should, and should not, be drinking. The editor and founder of the online magazine for bar and drinking culture, Punch, she’s also the author and co-author, respectively, of the books Sherry and Spritz. While Baiocchi’s ...

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Diet Madison Avenue Goes Dark After News of Defamation Suit
Adweek, New York - May 25, 2018

|1 hour ago Anonymous industry whistleblower account Diet Madison Avenue effectively disappeared last night, several hours after news of a civil defamation suit filed against the entity went live in the advertising trade press. As of approximately 10 p.m. ...

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Researchers offer insights into liver disease caused by intravenous nutrition
Science Daily, - May 25, 2018

Research by physician-scientists at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus offers hope for improved quality of life for people who rely on intravenous nutrition due to intestinal damage.Karim C. El Kasmi, MD, PhD, assistant professor of pediatrics, ...

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'People just have less time now': is the Mediterranean diet dying out?
The Guardian, New York - May 25, 2018

Spain 'People just have less time now': is the Mediterranean diet dying out? Parents and experts in southern Europe digest the WHO’s warning this week on fast food Possible suspects in the demise of the Mediterranean ...

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'People just have less time now': is the Mediterranean diet dying out?
The Guardian, New York - May 25, 2018

Spain 'People just have less time now': is the Mediterranean diet dying out? Parents and experts in southern Europe digest the WHO’s warning this week on fast food Possible suspects in the demise of the Mediterranean ...

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'People just have less time now': is the Mediterranean diet dying out?
The Guardian, New York - May 25, 2018

Spain 'People just have less time now': is the Mediterranean diet dying out? Parents and experts in southern Europe digest the WHO’s warning this week on fast food Possible suspects in the demise of the Mediterranean ...

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Diet passes law allowing firms to access support for overseas infrastructure projects | The Japan Times
The Japan Times, JP - May 25, 2018

The Diet passed legislation Friday allowing companies to obtain support from independent administrative agencies in relation to infrastructure development projects overseas.The new law allows such agencies — such as the Japan Railway Construction, Transport ...

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