Diet information source

Surprise: Salty Diet May Make You Drink Less


Surprise: Salty Diet May Make You Drink Less
Newser

A salty diet makes people drink less in the long run, a new study suggests. (AP Photo/Larry Crowe, File). (Newser) – An international team of scientists studying the effects of salt intake on our bodies has discovered a surprise: High-salt diets seem

full story

 read more

Related news

Even modest changes to diet could reduce risk of death, study finds
KTVA.com - Anchorage, Alaska - July 15, 2017

Fad diets capitalize on our desire for quick results but usually fail in the long run.Now new research adds to the evidence that a more moderate approach can make a lasting difference.A study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health finds that improving ...

more

Dramatic change to the 5:2 diet will make fast days a LOT easier
Mirror.co.uk - March 12, 2017

HALF her body weight in a year so she would look good in her wedding photos Michael Mosley has some good news for his hungry %:2 followers(Photo: BBC)Dr Mosley's new diet plan adds an additional 200 calories onto your 'fast day', allowing you to gorge on a maximum ...

more

Put your best fork forward for National Nutrition Month
WJLA, District of Columbia - March 6, 2017

Registered dietitian Charlotte Martin leads GMW anchors Autria Godfrey and Jummy Olabanji in a blind taste test of simple swaps that save calories and boost nutrition. (ABC7)WASHINGTON (ABC7) â When it comes to losing weight, there are plenty of small changes ...

more

'I Did A Low-Carb Diet For 2 Weeks—Here's How Much Weight I Lost'
Women's Health - March 30, 2017

I realized how helpful it really was to keep track of what I was eating. I kept my daily journal on a Google doc and updated it throughout my day. Not only did it help me keep a daily tally of how many carbs I'd eaten, but it was also a great reference for looking ...

more

Kirksville R-III looking at new USDA nutrition standards
Kirksville Daily Express and Daily News, Missouri - June 10, 2017

Kirksville R-III may soon be adopting a policy that would require the district to have nutrition standards for foods used in classroom parties or as rewards for students.Danielle Brown Kirksville Daily Express @danibrown_kdeKirksville R-III may soon be adopting ...

more

Local Updates

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming