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Could seaweed diet help gassy cows?
GazetteNET, Massachusetts - October 1, 2018

The smelly reality is that cows will always pass gas. But if farmers had more access to seaweed, cow flatulence might just stink a little less for the planet.That’s the thesis of a New England-based aquaculture company which is launching a drive to become ...

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Could seaweed diet help gassy cows?
GazetteNET, Massachusetts - October 1, 2018

The smelly reality is that cows will always pass gas. But if farmers had more access to seaweed, cow flatulence might just stink a little less for the planet.That’s the thesis of a New England-based aquaculture company which is launching a drive to become ...

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Gassy cows are bad for the planet; could seaweed diet help? - The Boston Globe
The Boston Globe, Massachusetts - September 30, 2018

By Patrick Whittle Associated Press  September 30, 2018 The smelly reality is that cows will always pass gas. But if farmers had more access to seaweed, cow flatulence might just stink a little less for the ...

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Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Stroke Risk in Middle-Aged Women
PsychCentral.com, Massachusetts - September 22, 2018

A new U.K. study finds that adhering to a Mediterranean-style diet can significantly lower the risk of stroke in women over the age of 40, regardless of menopausal status or hormone replacement therapy.A traditional Mediterranean-style diet includes a high intake ...

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Fish-Rich Diet in Pregnancy May Boost Baby's Brain, Eye Development
PsychCentral.com, Massachusetts - September 21, 2018

Women who eat a diet rich in fatty fish can help boost their child’s brain function and eyesight, according to a small Finnish study published in the journal Pediatric Research.The new findings support previous studies that emphasize the importance of an ...

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Fish-Rich Diet in Pregnancy May Boost Baby's Brain, Eye Development
PsychCentral.com, Massachusetts - September 21, 2018

Women who eat a diet rich in fatty fish can help boost their child’s brain function and eyesight, according to a small Finnish study published in the journal Pediatric Research.The new findings support previous studies that emphasize the importance of an ...

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Big nutrition research scandal sees 6 more retractions, purging popular diet tips
Ars Technica, Massachusetts - September 20, 2018

Enlarge / Broken plate with knife and fork on white background.Getty | PM ImagesBrian Wansink, the Cornell nutrition researcher who was world-renowned for his massively popular, commonsense-style dieting studies before ultimately going down in flames in a beefy ...

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Big nutrition research scandal sees 6 more retractions, purging popular diet tips
Ars Technica, Massachusetts - September 20, 2018

Enlarge / Broken plate with knife and fork on white background.Getty | PM ImagesBrian Wansink, the Cornell nutrition researcher who was world-renowned for his massively popular, commonsense-style dieting studies before ultimately going down in flames in a beefy ...

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Big nutrition research scandal sees 6 more retractions, purging popular diet tips
Ars Technica, Massachusetts - September 20, 2018

Enlarge / Broken plate with knife and fork on white background.Getty | PM ImagesBrian Wansink, the Cornell nutrition researcher who was world-renowned for his massively popular, commonsense-style dieting studies before ultimately going down in flames in a beefy ...

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Big nutrition research scandal sees 6 more retractions, purging popular diet tips
Ars Technica, Massachusetts - September 20, 2018

Enlarge / Broken plate with knife and fork on white background.Getty | PM ImagesBrian Wansink, the Cornell nutrition researcher who was world-renowned for his massively popular, commonsense-style dieting studies before ultimately going down in flames in a beefy ...

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Even on standardized diet, gut flora change from day to day
MIT News, Massachusetts - September 13, 2018

Researchers are only beginning to understand how the gut microbiome — the vital community of microorganisms that lives in our intestines — interacts with our bodies and the food we eat. For doctors and scientists, the challenge lies ...

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The TB12 diet: is it healthy?
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, Massachusetts - September 12, 2018

The TB12 diet: is it healthy?Tom Brady is a great athlete, but is he a nutritionist?CloseOfficial TB12 Facebook PhotoOfficial TB12 Facebook PhotoBy Nicholas Remillard, Arts EditorSeptember 12, 2018Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Food & Drink, Headlines ...

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PepsiCo Expands Nutrition Greenhouse Startup Program to U.S.
Xconomy, Massachusetts - September 10, 2018

PepsiCo is expanding its Nutrition Greenhouse program from Europe to North America, adding to its arsenal of initiatives designed to connect the global soda-maker to innovative startups in the food and beverage sector.Nutrition Greenhouse will be an accelerator ...

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Keeping Fit: Get back to basics in exercise and diet
MetroWest Daily News, Massachusetts - September 9, 2018

By Wayne L. Westcott, Correspondent Sunday Sep 9, 2018 at 9:00 AM In previous Keeping Fit columns I have presented the results of our Quincy College Exercise and Nutrition Research Study with respect to reducing body weight ...

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The Power And Pitfalls Of The Popular Ketogenic Diet For Patients
WBUR, Massachusetts - September 7, 2018

Support the newsSeptember 07, 2018Karen WeintraubMoreCloseclosemoreTo manage her seizures, 9-year-old Gloria Johnson uses the ketogenic diet, which she says includes "lots of avocados." (Matthew Mead/AP)Sign up for the CommonHealth newsletter to receive a weekly ...

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