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The ketogenic diet: Does a fat-heavy eating plan cut pounds?
NewsOK.com, Oklahoma - October 10, 2017

Two friends of mine began following a ketogenic diet earlier this year. From my (very basic) understanding, this diet severely restricts carbohydrates, even more so than other low-carb approaches like Atkins.Since beginning this diet, my friends have lost significant ...

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OSU's Crabtree Finds Gains In Good Nutrition
NewsOK.com, Oklahoma - August 13, 2017

I've become more educated. We have a fantastic nutritionist on strength staff and just having those resources to ask questions has helped a lot.âCrabtree said he's taken more personal control of his own diet, beginning with better choices.âI'm big in my meal ...

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Nutrition 'Straight as an arrow'
Edmond Sun, Oklahoma - July 14, 2017

"Find your straightest path to health and wellness" is the slogan of Arrow Nutrition, which has been providing healthy products to the community for the last two months. Owned by 22-year-old Mariah McClellin and 23-year-old Stefan Compton the business s

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Keto diet might just be the answer to your carbs
Tahlequah Daily Press, Oklahoma - June 24, 2017

The phrase "chewing the fat" has a literal meaning when you're on the keto diet. You are expected to chew the fat - and lots of it.Although I haven't been living in a remote cave in the wilds, I'd never heard of the keto diet until a few weeks ago. Sure, I knew ...

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'Keto' diet good for quick weight loss, but caution advised
Tahlequah Daily Press, Oklahoma - June 21, 2017

A diet that has gotten some headlines in recent years is the ketogenic, or keto, diet. There is nothing new about its driving mechanism: the reduction of carbohydrate consumption. The Atkins diet of the 2000s also urged dieters to cut down on carbs, as does the ...

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App Finder: Nice nutrition apps
NewsOK.com, Oklahoma - March 27, 2017

March is National Nutrition Month, and it's a great time to examine your eating habits and make sure they're keeping you healthy and happy. Enlist some help from some handy apps that can help you track what you're putting into your body and aid you in find

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8 Tips for Deciphering Diet Claims
KRMG, Oklahoma - March 23, 2017

In "Coffee Is Good for You," I'll give you the bottom line on an array of popular diet and nutrition claims in a quick, easily digestible way. Research about diet and health rarely yields the equivalent of DNA evidence, which provides incontrovertible proof. All ...

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First-calvers have special diet requirements
Enid News & Eagle, Oklahoma - March 19, 2017

One of the challenges is providing a high-quality diet to these females after calving. In many situations, the energy needs are not met, and the first-calf female loses weight and body condition from the time of calving to the start of the breeding season.

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Day care, nutrition store join local lineup
Tahlequah Daily Press, Oklahoma - March 10, 2017

Marybeth Vintges just opened Children's Coop in Keys March 1, but her story begins much earlier. After the birth of her first child, Vintges decided to push her aspirations to enter the medical field aside when she realized she had another calling: child care. ...

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March is National Nutrition Month | Lifestyles | tahlequahdailypress ...
Tahlequah Daily Press, Oklahoma - March 4, 2017

National Nutrition Month is a nutrition education and information campaign created annually in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

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Maintain a healthy diet to restrict psoriasis flare-ups
NewsOK.com, Oklahoma - February 14, 2017

Is there anything I can do with my diet to control this, or even prevent it from happening?Dear Reader: That's a good question. Thanks to the growing body of research detailing the link between inflammation and chronic disease, there are some equally intr

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Can breakfast help keep us thin? Nutrition science is tricky
Tulsa World, Oklahoma - January 22, 2017

Cereal makers have paid for studies that support the belief that eating breakfast can help keep us thin. The fact that cereal makers commissioned the studies doesn't mean breakfast is unhealthy, but it shows how difficult it can be to sort the hype from reliable ...

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Paleo diet still thriving with athletes, health-conscious
Tulsa World, Oklahoma - January 18, 2017

The then-newfound diet â named after the Paleolithic era diet of cavemen â become synonymous with the exercise because its founders followed the diet to provide much-needed fuel for their bodies following the intense workouts and strength training

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Diet Res-Illusions: Tips from the pros on losing weight
Tulsa World, Oklahoma - January 16, 2017

Brian Wansink, a food behavior scientist at Cornell University, speaks during an interview in the produce section at a supermarket in Ithaca, New York. In a study of 1,200 shoppers, every minute spent in the produce section meant $1.80 more in frui

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Weight loss smack down: Sideline and Gametime nutrition clubs kick off weight loss challenge
Tulsa World, Oklahoma - January 11, 2017

With a scale in hand, Gametime Nutrition owner Charlie Burke, left, and Sideline Nutrition owner Vance Brown, right, are ready to lead Wagoner and Coweta residents through a Weight Loss Challenge that runs now through Feb. 24. Teams are now forming at each

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