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Nestlé tops 2018 Access to Nutrition Index
Times of Oman, District of Columbia - May 26, 2018

Muscat: Nestlé is ranked first in the 2018 Access to Nutrition Index (ATNI) released for its overall performance in its nutrition-related commitments. This confirms Nestlé’s leadership in nutrition, health and wellness as well as our contribution to ...

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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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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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What is the Nordic diet? Affordable and a huge hit among nutritionists
New Zealand Herald, District of Columbia - May 24, 2018

The Mediterranean diet has been shown, unequivocally, to boost brain power, fuel metabolism and lower disease risk better than any fad on the market. But there is another lifestyle that nutritionists are touting, endorsed by the World Health Organisation: the ...

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When it comes to kids, "There is no Mediterranean diet anymore."
Treehugger, District of Columbia - May 24, 2018

The nations once renowned for their way of eating now have the highest childhood obesity rates in Europe.The Mediterranean diet has long been upheld as a model for the rest of the world -- an ideal way of eating that ensures lasting physical and mental wellbeing. ...

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When it comes to kids, "There is no Mediterranean diet anymore."
Treehugger, District of Columbia - May 24, 2018

The nations once renowned for their way of eating now have the highest childhood obesity rates in Europe.The Mediterranean diet has long been upheld as a model for the rest of the world -- an ideal way of eating that ensures lasting physical and mental wellbeing. ...

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When it comes to kids, "There is no Mediterranean diet anymore."
Treehugger, District of Columbia - May 24, 2018

The nations once renowned for their way of eating now have the highest childhood obesity rates in Europe.The Mediterranean diet has long been upheld as a model for the rest of the world -- an ideal way of eating that ensures lasting physical and mental wellbeing. ...

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When it comes to kids, "There is no Mediterranean diet anymore."
Treehugger, District of Columbia - May 24, 2018

The nations once renowned for their way of eating now have the highest childhood obesity rates in Europe.The Mediterranean diet has long been upheld as a model for the rest of the world -- an ideal way of eating that ensures lasting physical and mental wellbeing. ...

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CU researchers offer insights into liver disease caused by intravenous nutrition
EurekAlert (press release), District of Columbia - May 23, 2018

AURORA, Colo. (May 23, 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 ...

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Stick to a green, plant-based diet to avoid obesity later in life
Economic Times, District of Columbia - May 23, 2018

Stick to a green, plant-based diet to avoid obesity later in life - The Economic TimesNever miss a great news story!Get instant notifications from Economic TimesAllowNot nowYou can switch off notifications anytime using browser settings.SECTIONSFOLLOW USFACEBOOKTWITTERYOUTUBELINKEDINGOOGLE ...

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EDITORIAL: Diet needs to move fast in light of latest twist in Kake scandal:The Asahi Shimbun
Asahi Shimbun, District of Columbia - May 23, 2018

The latest development in the unfolding Kake Educational Institution scandal has dealt another major blow to the credibility of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's statements in the Diet.According to a new set of official documents, submitted to the Diet on May 21 by the ...

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Even moderate adherence to vegetarian diet could prevent overweight/obesity in middle age
EurekAlert (press release), District of Columbia - May 22, 2018

Eating a diet high in plant-based foods and low in animal-based foods may protect against obesity in middle aged and elderly populations, even if a vegetarian or vegan diet is not strictly followed.The new research being presented at this year's European Congress ...

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Keto Diet promises rapid weight loss, but is it healthy?
WIS, District of Columbia - May 22, 2018

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -Adding high-fat cream and butter to her morning coffee is a ritual for Stephanie Rice."Day-to-day I start off with what's called bulletproof coffee. It's coffee, protein powder, some heavy cream, maybe butter. Then that keeps me full into ...

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SVH, Ceres offering nutrition classes
Sonoma Index-Tribune, District of Columbia - May 22, 2018

SVH, Ceres offering nutrition classes Next Article s s (1 of ) Sonoma Valley Hospital. (Photo by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)INDEX-TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTINDEX-TRIBUNE STAFF ...

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Experts: Raw food diet a growing, controversial trend in pet care :: WRAL.com
WRAL.com, District of Columbia - May 21, 2018

Raleigh, N.C. — A raw food diet is a growing and controversial trend in pet care.Supporters say dogs and cats are biologically designed to consume raw meat, and that the diet makes pets healthier and more energetic, but Consumer Reports says raw food can ...

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